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Nick O’Leary | Raiders TE

Date of Birth:  08/31/1992
Age:  27
Height  6'3"
Weight:   252
College:  Florida State
Drafted:  2015 | Round 6 | Pick 194
Depth Chart:  2nd string

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Nick O’Leary | Raiders TE

Nick O'Leary plans to play football in 2021.

O'Leary actually underwent heart surgery last month, having an angioplasty to reduce a 100 percent blockage of an artery. This explains why the Raiders placed O'Leary on the NFI/reserve list last month. Thankfully, O'Leary told the Palm Beach Post that he feels "good" and plans to play football again. The former Florida State star will turn just 28 this August, and he shouldn't have much trouble getting an opportunity next year assuming he's cleared by doctors. We wish O'Leary the best of luck as he looks to recover and get back on the field.

Nick O’Leary | Raiders TE

The Raiders placed Nick O'Leary on the NFI/reserve list.

O'Leary was just signed by the Raiders this offseason, and this is a surprise move. It's unclear what O'Leary is dealing with, but hopefully he's OK. The veteran tight end might ultimately be released so that he can land with another team, but we'll see as more is learned about his status.

Nick O’Leary | Raiders TE

The Raiders have signed Nick O’Leary.

Las Vegas has been loading up on tight ends, and they have a great collection of primary blockers behind elite receiving threat Darren Waller. O’Leary is a better real-life addition than fantasy consideration.

Nick O’Leary | Raiders TE

The Jaguars have signed Nick O'Leary.

O'Leary was recently released by the Dolphins, but he's a very good blocker that plays with physicality. The former Florida State standout has a chance at an immediate role for Jacksonville, but it probably won't lead to much fantasy value.

Nick O’Leary | Raiders TE

The Dolphins waived Nick O'Leary.

O'Leary is being waived to make room for the waiver claim of cornerback Xavier Crawford. The Florida State product should not have much trouble finding a new team soon.

Nick O’Leary | Raiders TE

Nick O'Leary catches one pass in Week 13.

O'Leary gained nine yards on his lone reception in the Dolphins' win. O'Leary just signed a contract extension with Miami, but he's not a fantasy option at the moment.

Nick O’Leary | Raiders TE

The Dolphins signed Nick O'Leary to a one-year contract extension.

This deal keeps O'Leary with the Dolphins through next season. He hasn't put up big numbers, but the coaching staff clearly likes him and wants to keep him around. The Florida State product isn't a fantasy option, especially with second-round rookie Mike Gesicki likely to become the top tight end for the Dolphins in 2019 and beyond.

Nick O’Leary | Raiders TE

Nick O'Leary catches one pass in Week 10.

O'Leary gained five yards on his lone reception versus Green Bay. O'Leary isn't a recommended fantasy option in a crowded tight end group for the Dolphins.

Nick O’Leary | Raiders TE

Nick O'Leary didn't catch a pass in Thursday night's loss to the Texans.

O'Leary had come on over the past two weeks, but he wasn't targeted against Houston. The Florida State product won't be a recommended fantasy option against the Jets in Week 9.

Nick O’Leary | Raiders TE

Nick O'Leary catches two passes against the Lions.

O'Leary gained 23 yards on his two receptions in the Dolphins' Week 7 loss. O'Leary is a reliable option for Miami, but he's difficult to trust in fantasy lineups.

Nick O’Leary | Raiders TE

Nick O'Leary scores in Week 6.

O'Leary caught his first touchdown as a Dolphin, scoring on a five-yard pass from Brock Osweiler in the first quarter. Overall, O'Leary had four receptions (on four targets) for 49 yards and a touchdown. The Florida State product might have worked his way into becoming Miami's top tight end at the moment, but he's not a recommended fantasy option right now.

Nick O’Leary | Raiders TE

Nick O'Leary gets six targets in Bills' loss.

O'Leary caught two passes for 22 yards in the Wild Card defeat against the Jaguars. As long as he isn't the starter in Buffalo, O'Leary won't be a fantasy option.

Nick O’Leary | Raiders TE

Nick O'Leary scores in win over the Dolphins.

It was a 26-yard reception and his only touch of the game. O'Leary had a nice run at one point with Charles Clay out of the lineup, but he finishes the regular season with just 22 receptions for 322 yards and two touchdowns. He will look to bring his winning prestige from Florida State to the Bills' first postseason game since 1999 when they face the Jaguars next Sunday.

Nick O’Leary | Raiders TE

Nick O'Leary catches two passes in Week 15.

O'Leary gained 33 yards on his two receptions, including a gain of 25 yards. The Bills did a nice job of attacking the middle of the field with their tight ends, but O'Leary's role isn't big enough to be a reliable fantasy option.

Nick O’Leary | Raiders TE

Nick O'Leary catches one pass in Week 14.

O'Leary gained nine yards on his lone reception (and lone target) of the game. He's a better real-life contributor for the Bills than he is for fantasy teams.

Nick O’Leary | Raiders TE

Nick O'Leary catches both targets in Week 12.

O'Leary gained 18 yards on his two receptions. He's not a recommended fantasy option behind Charles Clay.

Nick O’Leary | Raiders TE

Nick O'Leary catches one pass in Bills' loss.

O'Leary gained eight yards on his lone reception against the Chargers. His role isn't big enough to be a fantasy option.

Nick O’Leary | Raiders TE

Nick O'Leary scores in Week 10.

O'Leary caught a rookie quarterback Nathan Peterman's first career touchdown on a seven-yard crossing route late in the game. It was O'Leary's lone reception of the game, and he's not a recommended fantasy option right now.

Nick O’Leary | Raiders TE

Nick O'Leary catches four passes against the Jets.

O'Leary gained 51 yards on his four receptions, and he had a nice catch of over 20 yards on a crossing route where he went up and snagged the ball, but he then fumbled and turned it over to the Jets. If Charles Clay (knee) is out again next week, O'Leary would be a streaming option versus New Orleans.

Nick O’Leary | Raiders TE

Nick O'Leary held to one reception in Week 8 win.

It went for five yards. O'Leary was in a good spot against the Raiders, but Buffalo rode the running game and defense in a 34-14 victory. The second-year tight end remains a streaming option against the Jets on Thursday night.

Nick O’Leary | Raiders TE

Nick O'Leary caught two passes for 58 yards in Sunday's win over Tampa Bay.

O'Leary has stepped up with Charles Clay out, but splitting time with others makes him more difficult to trust. That said, he gets a great matchup against Oakland next Sunday, so O'Leary is worth considering as a streaming option.

Nick O’Leary | Raiders TE

Nick O'Leary leads Buffalo in receiving in Week 5.

O'Leary caught five of six targets for 54 yards, including a long of 19, against the Bengals. With Charles Clay going down with what looks like it could be a serious knee injury, O'Leary could emerge as a very good TE option. He's worth a pickup if you're looking for a tight end of if you need a bye-week fill-in.

Nick O’Leary | Raiders TE

Nick O'Leary catches one pass in Sunday's win.

It went for 31 yards. Even on an offense with limited skill-position players, O'Leary isn't a fantasy option behind Charles Clay. Buffalo plays Atlanta next.

Nick O’Leary | Raiders TE

Nick O'Leary catches 22-yard pass in Bills' Week 1 win.

It was O'Leary's only reception in the game. He's behind Charles Clay at the tight end position and won't be a great fantasy option as long as Clay remains healthy.

Nick O’Leary | Raiders TE

Nick O'Leary leads Bills in receiving yards on Thursday night.

O'Leary caught three passes for 50 yards, with the highlight being a 22-yard reception. Entering his second season, the former Florida State tight end isn't a fantasy option behind Charles Clay.

Nick O’Leary | Raiders TE

Nick O'Leary catches 16-yard pass in Week 1 of the preseason.

Currently number two on the unofficial depth chart, the third-year tight end is looking to have a breakout year after catching nine passes last season.

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