|Date of Birth:||10/10/1992|
|Drafted:||2013 | Round 2 | Pick 56|
|Depth Chart:||2nd string|
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Cody Latimer has been placed on the Commissioner's Exempt List.
Latimer was charged with multiple violations earlier this offseason, but he claims he had good reason for it if you want to look into the disturbing situation yourself. Anyway, Latimer will get paid as he stays on the Exempt List while the legal process and the NFL's own process is worked out.
Cody Latimer's lawyer releases statement.
To update the situation, Latimer's lawyer Harvey Steinberg said of his client's arrest for second-degree assault and illegal use of a firearm: "There’s an entire back story to this situation that constitutes one of the most highly provocative situations you can imagine. Please withhold judgment until all the facts of what took place that night are known." This process is set to play out in the legal system, but the NFL has shown they will come down hard on players and executives that do not live up to the standard of the league after their own investigations into off-field matters.
Cody Latimer charged for multiple offenses.
Latimer has been arrested for second-degree assault, along with illegal use of a firearm among his charges. As always, the full story has yet to come out, but this is not a good look for Latimer. We'll see what happens, but the new coaching staff for the Redskins led by Ron Rivera might just decided it's best to part ways with Latimer—despite just signing him this offseason—as they look to build a good foundation for the organization.
The Redskins are signing Cody Latimer, according to NFL Network's Mike Garafolo.
This is a nice landing spot for the former second-round pick of the Broncos, as he'll have a chance to compete for playing time in a Washington offense led by a new coaching staff. Latimer spent the last couple of years with the Giants.
Cody Latimer (concussion) practiced fully today.
It appears Latimer cleared concussion protocol and is ready go to for Week 4 after missing one game with the concussion. The former second-round pick could work his way into a fantasy option with Daniel Jones at quarterback, but he's not a recommended fantasy pickup yet.
Cody Latimer (concussion) was officially a limited participant in Wednesday's practice.
Latimer is progressing through the concussion protocol. He'll remain limited in practice until he can get fully cleared, so he'll have a few days to get cleared ahead of Sunday's matchup with the Redskins.
Cody Latimer (concussion) has been ruled out for Week 3.
This isn't a surprise after Latimer just suffered his concussion last Sunday. Hopefully Latimer is feeling better soon and can play in Week 4 versus the Redskins.
Cody Latimer (concussion) officially did not practice today.
Latimer suffered a concussion last Sunday, and he'll need to get through concussion protocol to play versus the Buccaneers in Week 3. Hopefully Latimer is feeling better and can at least practice on a limited basis tomorrow.
Cody Latimer ruled out for remainder of game after hit to the head.
He’s in the concussion protocol, which leaves New York even thinner at receiver. Hopefully Latimer can get cleared for Week 3.
Cody Latimer (calf) is officially active for the Giants.
With Sterling Shepard out with a concussion and Golden Tate still serving his suspension, this is great news for the Giants. Latimer figures to be a starter and one of the top targets for Eli Manning today, but he’s not a highly recommended Week 2 fantasy option versus the Bills.
Cody Latimer (calf) is officially listed as questionable for Week 2.
Latimer is likely headed for a gametime call, and he'd be a definite boost to a Giants receiving corps that will be without Sterling Shepard (concussion) and Golden Tate (suspension). If he's active, Latimer will not be a highly recommended fantasy option against the Bills.
Cody Latimer (calf) officially did not practice today.
Latimer was not listed on the injury report yesterday, but he's suddenly popped up with a calf injury. The Giants are decimated at receiver, and Latimer's Week 2 status is now in doubt after his calf issue. We'll see how he's listed on the final injury report when it's released tomorrow.
The Giants officially re-signed Cody Latimer.
With Odell Beckham Jr. gone, this is a good spot for the former second-round pick of the Broncos. Latimer knows Pat Shurmur's offense from last year, and the depth chart is pretty wide open aside from Sterling Shepard and new-acquisition Golden Tate. It's possible Latimer becomes the clear No. 3 receiver for the Giants, which could lead to solid fantasy value in deeper leagues. As of now, former Browns first-round pick Corey Coleman is probably Latimer's biggest competition for a starting job in three-receiver sets.
Cody Latimer scores against the Cowboys.
Latimer caught four passes for 72 yards and a touchdown in the Giants' season finale. The 2014 second-round pick of the Broncos made some nice plays throughout the game, and the 72 yards were a career-high while the score was his first touchdown as a Giant. Latimer's season ends with 11 receptions for 190 yards and a touchdown in six games. The Giants brought him back off injured reserve as a designated-to-return player this season, and they probably liked what they saw from him. Latimer will likely have a role with the team in 2019.
Cody Latimer catches ten-yard pass in loss to the Colts.
It was his only reception of the game. Latimer isn't a recommended fantasy option for the season finale against the Cowboys.
Cody Latimer has been activated off injured reserve.
Latimer injured his hamstring in October, but he's returning and could slot right back in as New York's No. 3 receiver. That said, the team might want an extended look at Corey Coleman down the stretch, and there isn't much fantasy value in the low-volume role on an offense centered around Saquon Barkley and Odell Beckham Jr.
The Giants placed Cody Latimer on injured reserve.
Latimer hurt his hamstring in last Thursday's win against the Eagles. Perhaps he'll be brought back as a designated-to-return player, but his season is probably over. If Latimer doesn't play again this season, his year ends with six receptions for 108 yards. Russell Shepard is likely to step up as the No. 3 receiver behind Sterling Shepard and Odell Beckham Jr., but the team is likely to go with more two-tight-end sets moving forward.
Cody Latimer (hamstring) is out for the rest of tonight's game.
Latimer's night ends with three receptions for 52 yards, including a 39-yarder where he made a nice play high-pointing the ball down the field. Hopefully Latimer is ready to go for a Monday night matchup with the Falcons after a mini bye week.
Cody Latimer (knee) was a full participant in practice.
We’ll update you if anything changes when the injury report is released tomorrow, but Latimer should be good to go for Sunday. He’ll slide back in as the No. 3 receiver for the Giants against the Panthers.
Cody Latimer (knee) was limited in practice.
This isn't a bad start to the week for Latimer, but ideally he'll get up to a full practice session tomorrow or Friday.
Cody Latimer (knee) has been ruled out for Sunday.
It's unclear when this knee issue was caused, but it forced Latimer to miss practice all week. Evan Engram (knee) is also out for the Giants, so Eli Manning is likely to lean on Odell Beckham Jr., Sterling Shepard, and Saquon Barkley more than usual against the Saints.
Cody Latimer catches one pass in Week 3.
Latimer's lone reception against the Texans went for 15 yards. He was also targeted on a pass down the right sideline but couldn't come up with it. Latimer is the clear No. 3 receiver for the Giants, but he's not a recommended fantasy option at the moment.
Cody Latimer catches two passes in Week 2.
Latimer gained 41 yards on his two receptions, including a nice catch on a 37-yard pass down the field. Latimer is doing a good job as the No. 3 receiver for the Giants, but he’s not a reliable fantasy option.
Cody Latimer signed with the Giants.
Latimer is a 2014 second-round pick of the Broncos that didn't quite work out for them. In his four seasons with Denver, Latimer caught 33 passes for 445 yards and three touchdowns, though he did just have his best season by far with 19 receptions for 187 yards and two touchdowns. Latimer is only 25 years old and will look to breakout on his second NFL team. He's not a fantasy option at the moment.
Cody Latimer (thigh) has been ruled out for Week 17.
Latimer appeared in 11 games this season, having by far his best season of his four years in the NFL so far. The former second-round pick had 19 receptions for 287 yards and two touchdowns, setting career highs in all three categories while averaging 15.1 yards per reception. Latimer will be an unrestricted free agent this offseason, so we'll see where he winds up if he leaves Denver.
Cody Latimer scores against the Colts.
Latimer had his best game of the season in tonight's Week 15 victory, catching three of four targets for 60 yards and a touchdown. The score came on a 22-yard corner route where Latimer made a nice catch on a ball that was slightly underthrown. And then Latimer also had two-point conversion where he barely got both feed in before his hand hit out of bounds. Latimer isn't a fantasy option, but it's good to see him producing for his team like this.
Cody Latimer caught two passes for 37 yards in Sunday's win over the Jets.
Latimer was actually second on the team in yards, as Demaryius Thomas did most of the damage for Denver with eight receptions for 93 yards and a touchdown. They will probably have another low-volume passing attack on Thursday night against the Colts, so Latimer can stay on the waiver wire.
Cody Latimer scores in Week 12.
Latimer caught three of four targets for 48 yards and a touchdown versus the Raiders, with the score coming in the fourth quarter on a 25-yarder down the field. Latimer isn't a recommended fantasy option right now, but it's good to see him step up and make plays like this.
Cody Latimer catches 21-yard pass in loss to Cincinnati.
It was his only reception of the game. Latimer isn't a fantasy option as he rotates behind Demaryius Thomas and Emmanuel Sanders on a bad offense.
Cody Latimer caught three passes for 28 yards in Sunday's loss to New England.
The fourth-year receiver has been a factor over the past couple weeks, but he's still not a fantasy option behind Demaryius Thomas and Emmanuel Sanders.
Cody Latimer catches two passes in Week 9.
Latimer gained 51 yards on his two receptions, making some nice catches including a leaping 32-yarder late in the game. The former second-rounder is not a fantasy option right now.
Cody Latimer catches two passes against Kansas City.
Latimer was targeted three times in the Broncos' loss, gaining 15 yards on his two receptions. With Emmanuel Sanders (ankle) likely to return next week, Latimer will likely get his snaps scaled back.
Cody Latimer leads the Broncos in receiving in Week 1 of the preseason.
Latimer had seven catches for 54 yards. The former second-round pick showed toughness over the middle, not shying away from contact and making catches. He likely knows he's fighting for a spot on the roster, and he had a good start in the first preseason game.
Broncos receiver Cody Latimer releases statement after TMZ video was released.
TMZ released a video of Latimer in a disagreement with bouncers, where it appears he gives a bouncer a light slap before getting pepper sprayed. Latimer's statement says the event occurred on February 20 and "is in the past." Latimer also said in the statement that "it's unfortunate that something form six months ago that didn't result in anything all of a sudden becomes a big story." The fourth-year receiver said he already talked to head coach Vance Joseph and the team about this, and he looks forward to working hard for training camp and the season. This was months in the past and it doesn't appear anything will come of it in terms of league discipline. Latimer will compete to make the Broncos in camp.
Cody Latimer was involved in a club altercation.
TMZ obtained a video of Latimer arguing with bouncers before he was pepper sprayed. The video shows Latimer with his hand on a bouncer, which the bouncer did not like and kept removing; then, Latimer gave him a little face slap which escalated things. This is obviously not a good look for Latimer, and the former second-round pick is trying to remain on the Broncos' roster this season as he battles for a spot during training camp. TMZ reports that there will be no criminal investigation into the matter.
ESPN's Jeff Legwold isn't sure Cody Latimer will make the Broncos final roster.
There is a lot of competition at the receiver spot for the Broncos, which is a great thing. Head coach Vance Joseph said that receivers Bennie Fowler, Jordan Taylor, and Latimer all "had a hell of a camp." The Broncos have Demaryius Thomas and Emmanuel Sanders locked in as the top two receivers, and they also drafted Carlos Henderson and Isaiah McKenzie in the third- and fifth-rounds of this past draft. Legwold thinks Latimer "might have one of the hottest seats" as he tries to make the team. Latimer was a second-round pick in 2014 and is still only 24-years-old, but he's going to need to play well throughout training camp and the preseason to remain on the team that drafted him.