If you've been playing fantasy football on Sleeper, you may notice that some players have two positions listed instead of the usual one.

For example, Cordarrelle Patterson is labeled as WR, RB. That means you can use him in a runningback slot, or a wide receiver slot, as well as any flex position that includes RB or WR.

If you are using any bonuses for scoring settings such as receptions or carries, the player will only get the bonus for his primary position.

What players are dual-eligible on Sleeper?

Our data provider updates player positions throughout the year, typically in late August. It's very rare that a player has a position change during the season.

Keep in mind that a player's position eligibility can change over the offseason, especially as the season gets closer.

Players with multiple offensive positions:

  • Dan Arnold (TE, WR)
  • Tavon Austin (RB, WR)
  • Moritz Bohringer (TE, WR)
  • Reggie Bonnafon (RB, WR)
  • Lynn Bowden Jr. (RB, WR)
  • Billy Brown (TE, WR)
  • Daniel Brown (TE, WR)
  • Dylan Cantrell (TE, WR)
  • Seth DeValve (TE, WR)
  • Trey Edmunds (RB, TE)
  • D.J. Foster (RB, WR)
  • Reggie Gilliam (RB, TE)
  • Jesper Horsted (TE, WR)
  • Bug Howard (TE, WR)
  • Rysen John (TE, WR)
  • David Johnson (RB, TE) (Inactive - former Steeler)
  • John Lovett (QB, RB, TE)
  • Byron Marshall (RB, WR)
  • Taquan Mizzell (RB, WR)
  • Cordarrelle Patterson (RB, WR)
  • Malcolm Perry (QB, WR)
  • Neal Sterling (TE, WR)
  • Khalil Tate (QB, WR)
  • Marcus Thigpen (RB, WR)
  • Tyler Thigpen (QB, RB)
  • Robert Tonyan (TE, WR)
  • Jason Vander Laan (QB, TE)
  • Elijah Wellman (RB, TE)

Remember, it's possible that these players get positions taken away or added. As our data provider continues to make updates, we'll have those reflected in the app as well as here.

Hope this helps!

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