Blake Jarwin was queued up to be the No. 1 tight end in Dallas a year ago, but he tore his ACL in the opener. He's healthy now, and practicing with the team at the start of training camp. It makes him look like a viable target for those who pass on the top options at the position.

Dallas has three very good wide receivers, of course, but that's been the case in each of the last two seasons and the team still had a significant pass catcher at tight end. In 2019 it was aged Jason Witten, returning after a forgettable stint in the broadcast booth, and last year it was Dalton Schultz. Neither was a player to get excited about, but both finished as the No. 11 PPR tight end.

Over the past two seasons, there have been 26 tight ends to catch at least 50 passes, and only 16 to catch 60 passes. Witten and Schultz were two of those players.

50-CATCH TIGHT ENDS, 2019-2020
2020Darren Waller, L.V.14510711969
2020Travis Kelce, K.C.145105141611
2019Travis Kelce, K.C.1369712295
2019Darren Waller, Oak.1179011453
2019Zach Ertz, Phil.135889166
2019George Kittle, S.F.1078510535
2019Austin Hooper, Atl.97757876
2020Logan Thomas, Was.110726706
2019Tyler Higbee, LAR89697343
2020T.J. Hockenson, Det.101677236
2019Mark Andrews, Balt.986485210
2020Dalton Schultz, Dall.89636154
2020Evan Engram, NYG109636541
2019Jason Witten, Dall.83635294
2020Noah Fant, Den.93626733
2020Hunter Henry, LAC93606134
2020Mark Andrews, Balt.88587017
2019Dallas Goedert, Phil.87586075
2020Eric Ebron, Pitt.91565585
2020Hayden Hurst, Atl.88565716
2019Hunter Henry, LAC76556525
2020Mike Gesicki, Mia.85537036
2020Robert Tonyan, G.B.595258611
2019Greg Olsen, Car.82525972
2019Mike Gesicki, Mia.89515705
2020Jimmy Graham, Chi.76504568

Jarwin's health will need to be monitored in the preseason; make sure he doesn't have any setbacks with that surgically repaired knee. But good chance he outperforms where he'll be selected in most leagues, especially in PPR (or TE-premium) formats.

--Andy Richardson