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Harris is a big body and should be able to catch on elsewhere but the door to Green Bay is closed for him. Williams had just one game remaining on his ban. His latest suspension will keep him sidelined for at least a year. Williams was already in danger of falling out of the league after getting waived from the Steelers in March.
This effectively ends his career. Cadet dislocated his ankle Christmas Eve last year but is already said to be running at full speed. Are and Sheldon are both undrafted rookies. Crockett, a year-old out of North Dakota, spent last year on injured reserve after making two appearances for the Packers in All three face long odds of cracking the Raiders' man roster. An undrafted rookie out of Iowa, Wadley appeared on his way to earning a roster spot in mid-August, but he just did not make the cut.
The Titans will likely try to sneak him onto their practice squad. Tennessee remains extremely thin behind Derrick Henry and Dion Lewis. Khiry Robinson leg was sent to I. A 5-foot-7, pound scatback prospect, Muhammaed was a seventh-round pick in April's draft. Magee is a veteran camp body. Rainey was no longer needed with Baltimore's running back corps back near full strength. Waived by the Cowboys two days ago, McFadden went unclaimed on waivers.
Even with Ezekiel Elliott suspended since Week 10, year-old McFadden had been unable to get on the field for the Cowboys, getting scratched twice in three games since Zeke's ban took effect. Frankly, McFadden looked done in the preseason. He's apparently come to the same conclusion. It's a quiet end to a career that never quite lived up to expectations but was ultimately solid. Much of McFadden's once-prodigious juice was sapped by early-career injuries.
He retires with a career 4. It is a surprise after Hillman worked as the No. A veteran whose contract will guarantee if he is on the roster Week 1, it is possible the Cowboys bring him back later in the season. Mays missed virtually all of training camp with a hamstring injury. Their absences also upgrade the fantasy outlook for Giovani Bernard. Bothered by a lingering calf injury, Dixon turned 21 carries into just 44 yards 2.
A supposed short-yardage hammer, Dixon has never been effective in his six-year career. He turns 29 in September. It's an expected move after Sankey was ruled out for the season. Johnson hasn't appeared in a game since The seventh-rounder turns 25 in July.
Out of FB Free agent RB Darrin Reaves was arrested on two felony counts of unlawful restraint and one misdemeanor count of criminal trespass following an incident with two women over the weekend in Aledo, Illinois. Both of the alleged victims have filed for orders of protection against him. A camp body and practice-squad type, Reaves' career is almost certainly over.
West lasted eight days in New York. He's now been cut twice in 10 days. West figures to be one of the mainstays of the running back workout circuit this season. For now, they're carrying two fullbacks in Will Johnson and Roosevelt Nix. A fifth-round pick out of Vandy in , Stacy averaged a mediocre 3. Williams started six games for the Cardinals last season but averaged just 3.
He graduated as Maryland's fourth all-time leading rusher and was an honorable mention All-Big Ten pick as a senior. Ross is undersized with a limited passing-game track record, but his speed and outstanding senior-year rushing efficiency 6. Ward was the backup behind Freeman with Tevin Coleman out. He played well, running through gaping holes set up by the Falcons offensive line. He shouldn't be on the fantasy radar for Week 16 with Coleman likely to return.
Pope showed well during the preseason, and he earned some carries with both the Jets and Seahawks that year. He spent the final part of this season on Houston's practice squad. The Browns have since gotten much deeper at running back. It's unclear if Dayes is a serious practice squad candidate.
It is clear GM John Elway wanted to bring in powerful, bruising backs. With that said, Williams might not be an NFL-caliber athlete, testing in the 3rd percentile before the draft. Williams only produced one season over rushing yards.
A sixth-rounder, Taylor has never appeared in a regular season game. He took the rock 18 times for 58 yards 3. Washington was a seventh-round pick in and had some moments in fantasy circles.
Washington might get another chance. He ended up spending most of the year on the Broncos' practice squad. His retirement will likely be final this time around. It's a sign the Chargers have concerns about Melvin Gordon's ankle Week 17 availability, although Austin Ekeler broken hand is also unable to function on offense.
Beyond Hansbrough, Branden Oliver is the Bolts' lone healthy back. Daniels penciled in as the No. That would be a stunning turn of events to rely solely on Daniels, a converted quarterback, as the lone backup to the two-headed duo of Devonta Freeman and Tevin Coleman, especially considering Coleman's injury history. Atlanta would certainly keep one back on the taxi squad.
The Browns released a few notable names earlier in the day, but their final list is full of anonymous UDFA-types. It's a rebuilding year in Cleveland. He should get another shot before training camp. The moves create enough space for Philadelphia to sign their undrafted free agent group. Williams has spent the last few years bouncing between practice squads.
Toussaint has only handled six total carries over the past two seasons, but he's only 28 and remains experienced. Even if Mack sits Week 1, he's expected to return for the Colts' second game. Harris was on the team for 11 days as merely a warm body while Leonard Fournette and T.
He rushed seven times for 26 yards in the preseason finale Thursday night. Harris turns 29 on Sunday. Asiata rushed 27 times for 66 yards 2. Asiata turned 30 in July and is on his last legs in the NFL.
It is devastating news for a guy who was still fighting for his NFL career. We're hoping that he'll come through this, but his career is over and he was an outstanding young man while we had him. I want to make sure their family knows we care about them. Herron appeared in four games for Buffalo last season, racking up 57 total yards on 14 touches.
He faces a tough road to a roster spot this season, however. Chris Thompson will continue to play a big role on passing downs. Brown was claimed off waivers from the Redskins in October. His usage will be something to watch this weekend. The undrafted rookie out of Louisville care of Auburn appeared to have a roster spot locked up when Oakland cut Trent Richardson, but he now looks destined to spend his rookie year on the practice squad.
Dyer gained 70 yards on 31 carries 2. Draughn was competing with guys like Wayne Gallman and Orleans Darkwa at running back. Rookie RB Kapri Bibbs was waived in a corresponding move. Stewart will slot in as the No. Anderson and Juwan Thompson.
Bibbs will likely return to the Broncos practice squad if he clears waivers. Lorig, 27, is replacing Jed Collins as the Saints lead blocker.
Neither is particularly strong as an actual blocker, per PFF. Lorig has never carried the ball in four seasons but has 30 career catches for yards and a score. Johnson missed all of last season with nerve trouble in his shoulder. He's a competent blocker when healthy and also has some experience as a ball carrier. Igwenagu is an H-back type that got a lot of reps during training camp when Brent Celek was sidelined by a sprained knee.
Now he'll back up starter Clay Harbor with Celek concussion ruled out of Thursday's game against the Bengals. Lane broke his leg against the Bears in the season finale. He earned PFF's eighth-lowest fullback grade out of 22 qualifiers in The four-year veteran turned 29 this month. A fourth-round pick, Taliaferro averaged 4. It was all downhill from there as he battled foot and knee injuries. A hard-charging big back, Taliaferro had been getting tried at fullback.
Down to one healthy tight end behind a questionable Larry Donnell neck , the G-Men need to add somebody for Week 9. Young wasn't in the league last season after getting cut by the Bears, but he resurfaced on a futures deal with Carolina. Young had success as a lead blocker and short-yardage option during a seven-year stint in Washington. Young is younger and cheaper than Tolbert, whom the Panthers released last week.
Dan Gaspar's favorite DFS sleeper was a decent short-yardage option at times but lacked high-end lead-blocking ability. He could resurface as a special teamer elsewhere. The Packers are expected to carry an extra tight end. A sixth-round pick last year, Rogers spent his rookie season on the Rams' practice squad.
Hynoski was re-signed to a two-year deal in March, but he was beaten out by Nikita Whitlock, who offers more on special teams. Giants also waived K Chirs Boswell. Thomas logged 35 defensive snaps before going down with a torn labrum early last season.
He could revert to the practice squad if he clears waivers. Harkey was injured working out on Friday. The Rams' year-old lead blocker, Harkey is signed through He entered the league as a linebacker last season but the Eagles plan to use him at fullback. Mueller went undrafted out of Kansas State and spent last year on the Chargers' practice squad.
The Broncos abandoned the fullback position in recent years, but coach Gary Kubiak is hoping that will change this season. Duncan is a 6'3", pound behemoth who played tight end in college. Injuries sidelined him for his entire rookie campaign. Kubiak says the team will also look to add a fullback in the draft. He had two years left on an extension he signed two years ago.
Hewitt should get another look as a fullback-tight end hybrid. The year-old nabbed four catches for 31 yards over offensive snaps for Houston last year. He was an exclusive rights free agent. The Saints cut Johnson in November but re-signed him a month later. He'll be competing with Toben Opurum for a roster spot this summer.
Skov 6'1, has some versatility, having been a traditional NFL-type fullback at Stanford and then a do-it-all B-back in Georgia Tech's triple-option offense. With the Yellow Jackets last year, Skov rushed 93 times for yards with six rushing touchdowns while being limited to eight starts due to injury.
Cleveland wants its fullback Marcel Reese-versatile and sixth-round Malcolm Johnson is the only other FB on the roster, so Skov has at least a puncher's chance here. A good athlete for his size, Vainuku ran 4. Just an average lead blocker with limited passing-game or rushing experience, Vainuku will have to show value in kickoff and punt coverage to make it in the NFL.
Gronkowski survived final cuts with Buffalo, but was released after Week 1. Gronkowski gives the Patriots a second fullback behind James Develin. The Broncos let the hybrid back go earlier this month to make him a free agent.
As for the Jets situation, Matt Forte called the trade reports "fake news" last week and the Jets may also want to get a look at Elijah McGuire at some point this season. Still, their lack of depth at the skill positions will probably lead to some esoteric players having low-end fantasy impact in deep leagues. A sixth-round rookie out of Mississippi State, Johnson recorded four catches in 12 games as primarily a lead blocker. OL Darrian Miller was re-signed in a corresponding move.
Smelley has just four NFL appearances to his name, but had been atop the Texans' depth chart late last season. It's possible he wasn't percent healthy after tearing his calf in Week Sixth-round rookie Jay Prosch is now the Texans' lead blocker. Out of FB 49ers signed No. Recovering from a torn ACL, Millard 6-foot-2, pounds was not a pure blocker for Oklahoma, turning 98 college carries into yards 5.
He also caught 70 passes and scored 13 all-purpose touchdowns. He's a potential "redshirt" candidate for a 49ers team that likes to stockpile talent. Swain is graduating from the U. Naval Academy as a commissioned officer this week, but he has filed paperwork to begin his service as a reserve.
A Navy official said that paperwork is in the final stages of authorization. Once authorized, Swain will be cleared to play football this season. The Chargers also drafted FB Derek Watt, suggesting they plan to employ more two-back looks moving forward. It's irrelevant, as Whitlock is on I. It does put him one failed test away from a two-year ban, however. Whitlock is merely a decent lead blocker who can't afford these kinds of slip ups.
Stevenson lent a hand in college, but neither his size nor his physicality is indicative of a lead-blocking NFL success. Stevenson also tested poorly in Indy, managing a 4. Stevenson caught only 19 passes in his four-year college career and projects more as special teams than lead-blocking help.
Flowers tested out as a substandard athlete, however, running 4. Flowers projects as an NFL special teamer with situational value as a lead blocker and checkdown-pass option. McNitt was waived yesterday after the Falcons signed Jalston Fowler. Ham currently plays the position in Minnesota, but he averaged merely 1. The two will likely compete for a single roster spot for the remainder of camp.
Johnson's final year was derailed by a back injury that cost him six games. He excelled at the Thundering Herd's Pro Day, running 4. Nicknamed "Rockhead" for his bruising, no-frills playing style, Johnson has a future in the league on special teams and perhaps as a short-yardage runner. Mike Tolbert will be a good guy for Johnson to learn from in Carolina. A defensive tackle in high school, Hicks packs thump in the running game and is the premier lead-blocking fullback in this year's draft.
Hicks' special teams background will increase his chances of holding onto a roster spot. Iosefa is a coaching staff favorite, but simply isn't talented enough. He literally has 5. If Iosefa is going to hang around in the NFL, it's as a special teamer.
Conner needed to show extremely well on special teams to make the Bills' 53 behind Jerome Felton. Felton will serve as Shady McCoy's lead blocker. Penny got 31 carries in the Cardinals' banged up backfield last season. He made the switch to fullback and tight end in the spring but it didn't stick. Small started the last two games and will likely be added to practice squad if he clears waivers. What Copeland lacks in versatility -- he's no more than a short-yardage runner and caught seven career passes at LSU -- he makes up for with aggressive, relentless lead blocking.
An extremely physical player, Copeland consistently removed linebackers from plays to clear alleys for Jeremy Hill. Dallas isn't a great landing spot for Copeland, however, due to OC Scott Linehan's pass-happy leanings. The Falcons are now down to 52 players as they prepare to do some more maneuvering. There are some recognizable names for hardcore football watchers, but no one notable. There's nary a notable name on the list.
The back end of the Titans' roster boasts very little upside. Beane doesn't want to grant Boldin his release, so Boldin has lost what little control he has of the situation.
He had been given permission to seek a trade. Were Boldin's rights to be relinquished, he would have to clear waivers since it's after the trade deadline. Decker had not been officially released by the Patriots just yet but all signs pointed to it happening during final cuts.
He penned "it is time to hang my helmet up and start a new chapter in my life," bringing an end to his successful eight-year career. He finishes with catches, 5, yards, and 53 scores, a majority of his production occurring with the Broncos with Peyton Manning and Jets.
The entire statement can be read in the link below. Mumphery was recently accused of sexual assault stemming from a incident, while Bullough was slapped with a four-game PEDs ban. Both were special teams types who would have entered camp with minimal job security. Jennings made the announcement via a YouTube video linked below. Even though he played the final three years of his career in Minnesota and Miami, Jennings will forever be remembered as a Packer.
He caught passes for 6, yards and 53 touchdowns in his seven seasons with Green Bay, playing a key role in the Packers' Super-Bowl run in With a shoulder injury still at least a month away from being ready, Colston is taking his time.
It is likely his playing days are over. The appearances were the oft-suspended wideout's first since Now on the wrong side of 30, Simpson is at the end of the line of what's been a career full of missed opportunities.
Easley has been a core special teamer in Buffalo, but has only three career receptions. It is not a surprising development considering Johnson missed all of recovering from meniscus surgery after playing just 10 games his first year with the Chargers. Going on 31 in July , Johnson may struggle to land guaranteed money on the open market.
Somewhat surprisingly, Benn spent all of on Jacksonville's man roster, catching one pass in nine games. The second-round pick has 10 total grabs since the end of the season. He turns 30 in September. Famously nicknamed "Lord" Aldrick by ex-Rotoworlder Adam Levitan, Robinson was a perennial preseason hero in Washington and Atlanta before failing to make this year's final cut in San Francisco. Robinson offers enough deep speed that he could latch on elsewhere, but he's really only had any kind of success with Kyle Shanahan.
He got beaten out by Richie James and Kendrick Bourne. That's a misdemeanor offense. Morgan claims he was cleaning the gun when he shot himself. He was hospitalized but none of his injuries were life-threatening. Morgan will appear in court next month. He went to training camp with the Saints last summer but was among the team's final cuts. Nicks lasted less than two weeks on the roster.
Once one of the most promising receivers in the game, the first-rounder just does not have it anymore. Nicks is only 28, but his NFL career is likely over. This will be one of the easiest cuts made by any team all offseason. He missed of games with injury. Turning 31 later this month, Royal has little-to-nothing left in the tank. Davis has been a two-way star in Europe, playing corner and receiver.
His odds of cracking the Dolphins' man roster are exceedingly slim. Colter played quarterback and wide receiver for Northwestern. The Vikings will try to develop Colter on their practice squad. Long out of gas, Austin may struggle to find another team willing to sign him. Salas has been out since Week 5. Salas could re-sign with Buffalo when eligible in three weeks. He tested poorly at the Cardinals' Pro Day, managing a 4.
Although Williams offers NFL size and solid college production, he likely lacks the athleticism to win outside in the pros. Williams' best chance at a big-league career might be to try his hand as a "big slot" receiver.
The Giants are desperately thin at receiver following season-ending injuries to Odell Beckham and Brandon Marshall as well as an ankle issue for Sterling Shepard, but it is unlikely Eagan contributes much on offense. He could help out as a returner. Wright has 18 career catches, 13 of which came last season. He played for coach Hue Jackson in Cincinnati.
He'll compete for one of the rebuilding Browns' final roster spots. On offense, his game is best suited for a situational slot role. He's struggled with injuries the last two years, appearing in just eight games. Greene was a hyped fifth-rounder that could draw waiver interest. Bowe, entering his age season, may be done in the NFL. He effectively stole the Browns' money last season. Jones, 33, spent eight of his nine seasons with the Packers with one detour to the Raiders mixed in there.
A former third-round pick, Jones caught 51 career touchdowns and had arguably the best overall season of his career in with Green Bay, which ended up being his final year. He caught 50 balls for a career-best yards He had a touchdown season in and won a Super Bowl the previous year. Jones had some huge fantasy seasons. New England is paper thin at wideout, but neither Hansen nor fellow waiver claim Amara Darboh is a good bet to earn a role before Julian Edelman returns. Nick Williams made some noise early in the preseason, but he fell behind Taywan Taylor and Tajae Sharpe.
These moves get the Titans to the man roster limit. Whalen is going to be sidelined roughly a month with turf toe. He can't re-sign with the Raiders until Week 7, but is eligible to sign with anyone else before then.
The veteran slot man and special teamer will surely make the workout rounds at some point in the next two months. Wheaton was let go in final cuts over the weekend, but the Eagles need him back with Alshon Jeffery out and Mack Hollins questionable. Even so, he will not be usable in fantasy on Thursday night.
King had been playing through a leg injury this preseason. He'll be released with a settlement when healthy. Parker pled guilty to possession of cocaine and paraphernalia. Still only 29, Parker has said he hopes to continue his football career. He caught five passes in two games for the Giants last season, and is two years removed from a grab campaign.
He's running out of NFL chances. A sixth-round pick, Valles is a practice squad candidate. A straight-line downfield threat who lacks short-area quickness 7. Ford is recovering from an early August knee scope. A seventh-round pick, Ford should spend his entire rookie year on injured reserve. Cyclones QBs combined for a Williams lasted about four weeks on the Rams' man roster earlier in the season but was cut when St.
Louis needed to promote TE Justice Cunningham. He was a third-round pick by coach Jeff Fisher with the Titans in The Bucs are absurdly low on receivers behind Mike Evans.
Now 33, Washington caught 47 passes in 14 games for the Texans last season, averaging 14 yards per grab. He couldn't make the Patriots this summer, but might have a little something left in the tank.
The ex-Eagle and Texan spent the first three months of the season on the street. He could provide help in the slot, and should immediately slide in on special teams. Even with the Pats majorly banged up at wideout, Johnson won't come into fantasy value. The 49ers are pruning their roster following the draft. Now 26, Rogers will have trouble getting another NFL opportunity.
A Bucs sixth-round pick in , Herron has now been cut by two teams in as many years. Evans is facing a four-game ban for violating the league's substance-abuse policy. The fourth-rounder, who has never appeared in a regular season game, is near the end of the NFL line. A undrafted free agent, Patton couldn't lock down return duties in Tampa last season. He's unlikely to crack the Broncos' man roster. He scored three more TDs on kick returns as a junior, and one more on a punt.
Cole Croston was promoted from the practice squad as Cannon insurance. Lewis was a preseason standout last year and made a cameo last regular season.
He posted a line this preseason but could't crack the final Flying well under the radar, we could find no pre-draft measurables for Collins. Turzilli played three games for the Titans last season after beginning the year on the 49ers' practice squad.
He caught two balls for 25 yards against the Jets in Week 14, but wasn't targeted in his other two appearances. The suspension obviously won't help his chances of making the Titans' man roster. Standing in at 6-foot-3, pounds, Garrett blew up the Combine and was extremely productive at Tulsa. He'll get another long look this summer. A possession receiver at 6-foot, with 4. A priority undrafted free agent following the draft, Mathews is a great athlete for his size, but he never made much noise in camp.
Being cut this early is not a great sign, but he should latch on with a practice squad. He is a long-shot to crack the final roster. Dangerfield's Pro Day numbers weren't made available to the media, but he's known as a sub-par athlete with concerns regarding his separation skills and ability to win versus man coverage.
Lacking NFL-level movement skills, Dangerfield is a pretty extreme long shot. Jones is suspended the first four games for PEDs and wouldn't have counted against the Vikings' roster, but this isn't a surprise after his arrest this week. He managed a 4. Not a separation receiver, Howard will have to earn his NFL keep as a contested-catch winner and possession target. With John Brown out for Week 12, the Cards needed an extra body at receiver.
Undrafted out of Minnesota, Maye went to training camp with the Giants last summer and spent a week on the Titans' practice squad before signing a futures deal in January. He's yet to play an NFL snap. Binns was beaten out by the likes of Rishard Matthews, Marcus Thigpen, and Damian Williams at the first round of cuts. He's coming off a torn ACL. It's been over two years since we'd last heard from Mitchell. He hasn't appeared in a game since catching three balls for 31 yards across 11 games for the Browns back in Edwards was waived-injured on Tuesday and will spend the season on I.
Just recently signed off the Cardinals' practice squad, Hogan played ten snaps in two games with Indy. He was a size-speed specimen out of Marian University. Reese was the th pick in May's draft by the Chargers. He drew the nickname "Sweet Feet" in the spring thanks to his 4.
He'd have to make an impact as a returner. The year-old managed one catch for 16 yards over 38 preseason snaps. A first-round pick out of Notre Dame in , Floyd's career has gone downhill since his release from Arizona in His days of being an NFL difference-maker are likely over. A seventh-round pick this year, Braverman is a pure slot prospect, but he can supply a reliable set of hands after the Bears dropped 10 passes against the Titans.
He will take the roster spot of ILB Danny Trevathan, who is headed to injured reserve with a torn patellar tendon in his right knee. Braverman could push Eddie Royal for snaps. While certainly athletic, Rector was not a dominant college player, seeming to plateau after a fast start to his career.
He also flashed poor ball skills, frequently struggling with drops and double catches. His Combine snub can be attributed to deflated stats via Virginia's McLovin offenses the past few years. What hinders Severin's NFL outlook is 4. Consider him a homeless man's Laquon Treadwell without the blocking or the guns.
For all his limitations, Severin does have a chance to stick, with the Steelers in particular. A fifth-round pick by the Bucs in , Bell was a favorite of the draft community, but he missed his rookie season with a hamstring injury and failed to make the roster as a sophomore.
Bell is a good dart throw for the Broncos, but he is a long-shot to stick on the roster. Turner replaces Troy Niklas on the man roster. He should get most of his preseason snaps on special teams. He's a long shot at this point of his career. He showed good-not-great athleticism at the Combine, running 4. McKay struggled with drops in college and lacks crispness in his routes, but has some field-stretching tools.
It's always best to be highly skeptical of unknowns lighting things up in pad-less practices, but Morgan has apparently been vacuuming up everything thrown his way, and doing damage after the catch. An Arkansas product, Morgan was invited to the Combine, but tested poorly, running a dad-like 4. It was the slowest time amongst receivers. Morgan did shine in the yard shuttle. Morgan is a slot prospect who will have to lean on the typical cliches of shiftiness and toughness to crack the man roster.
PFF College charted Robertson with a Robertson showed mediocre athleticism at the Combine with 4. He offers some potential as a physical possession receiver. A undrafted free agent in , Washington spent his rookie year on various practice squads. He will likely have a similar sophomore campaign.
He's been in heavy decline since getting kicked off Auburn his senior year. Cunningham could resurface on the practice squad. His upside is a low-end slot receiver. Bequette was released with an injury settlement, making him a free agent. Daniels was recently claimed by the Patriots off waivers from the Vikings, but ostensibly only to serve as a short-term practice body at the end of camp.
The return man was battling to be the No. He'll likely be back to compete for one of San Diego's final roster spots in Arizona is the third team to cut Dobson in the past year. He is still only 26, but is unlikely to be one of the first calls when teams are looking to work out receivers this season. But McBride has reportedly been showing out at practice ever since OTAs and is now working with the first-team offense in place of Quincy Enunwa, who has a thumb injury. He finished the preseason with just one reception for nine yards.
A Packers seventh-round pick in last year's draft, Dupre got beaten out in Buffalo by undrafted rookie Robert Foster. Bills beat writers believe Dupre is a practice squad candidate, but it's never a good sign when you can't crack the bottom of the depth chart for the league's weakest wide receiver corps.
Most of these names had already trickled out Saturday morning, including a number of vested veterans not mentioned in the list above.
Raymond caught one ball in six games last season. The Lions did not draft a wide receiver in Chicago, but they have added a few warm receiving bodies through street free agency. Among them, Davis 6'3, He has the desired frame to compete against larger corners, but his lack of speed 4.
It's another sign Ben Roethlisberger won't return this week. Worthy was actually active for three of Houston's first five games, catching three passes for 14 yards. It's also known as sports-hernia surgery. Ayers was a seventh-round pick out of Houston last year and was promoted from the practice squad in December. He's looking at a recovery of about two months.
Showing concerning athleticism at the Combine, Harper managed a 4. Harper did flash playmaking ability after the catch in college, and displays an impressive enough combination of foot quicks and body control that NFL Films' Greg Cosell has suggested Harper boasts similarities to Steelers star Antonio Brown.
That is an extremely aggressive assessment, but makes Harper someone to monitor. He was a first-team All-Great American Conference pick as both a junior and senior. Luckett was exposed as a sub-par athlete at the Combine, where he ran 4. He did clock 4. Already 24 years old, Luckett faces an uphill climb as an overaged prospect with pedestrian physical attributes.
Anderson was signed by the Eagles a month ago. A wiry 5-foot, ish pounds, Stewart led the Cowboys with 60 catches this season, but managed just yards. Rotoworld's Josh Norris likes Stewart's ability to find creases in the defense, but believes he's a day-three prospect. Stewart is an excellent punt returner, however, which should help his stock. Stewart could do himself a world of good with a strong Combine. Boykin was out of the league for the entire season after spending the preseason with the Panthers.
He caught nine balls for 93 yards in exhibition play. Boykin was Tyrod Taylor's top target at Virginia Tech. He has zero catches in three career games. Jacobs tore his ACL in the 49ers' preseason opener. Moore returned 13 kicks last season while contributing nine tackles on special teams. He hasn't caught a pass since Not an outstanding talent and still learning how to play, White profiles as a low-upside prospect who will have to earn his early-career keep on special teams. Kerley finished third on the team with five targets in Week 1, so this news comes as a bit of a shock.
White was out of the league last season after getting cut by the Falcons in White faded late in his career, but he'll still go down as one of the better receivers of the last 15 years. In his prime, White recorded six straight 1,yard seasons, earning four Pro Bowl nods in that span. He'll retire as Atlanta's all-time leader in catches , receiving yards 10, and receiving touchdowns All of those records should eventually be broken by Julio Jones.
Out of FB Colts coach Chuck Pagano said the team is considering signing a veteran free agent receiver. The Colts waived Josh Boyce on Tuesday. Boyce had been getting reps as the No. Hilton, Donte Moncrief and Phillip Dorsett. Someone like Brian Hartline would provide a steady veteran presence as a No. Roddy White is also available. Out of FB The Bucs are not expected to sign free agent Riley Cooper following his tryout at their three-day rookie minicamp.
Cooper turns 30 in September. He's been out of the league since Perriman worked out for the Bills and Jets last week, but he did not find a deal. The Eagles could use some receiver help with Alshon Jeffery still sidelined, but they are likely just doing their due diligence on the former first-round pick.
Philly is also working out Kamar Aiken. Wide receiver has been a revolving door for New England following the offseason departures of Danny Amendola and Brandin Cooks. Britt went to training camp with the Patriots this summer but was cut following a hamstring injury.
Monday's scheduled workout would suggest Britt is nearing percent. Even if the Pats decide to bring him back, the journeyman wideout won't be a fantasy consideration. This trio is in addition to Hakeem Nicks, who also tried out.
With no receiver older than 23 on the roster, it would make sense for the Saints to add a veteran before offseason workouts begin in earnest. Brandin Cooks 22 , Willie Snead 23 , and rookie Michael Thomas 21 are currently the projected starters. The Chargers need to add a veteran with Keenan Allen lost for the season.
The Bolts' receiver depth chart is extremely low on proven talent behind Travis Benjamin. Givens is a vertical threat with Whalen a slot man. Thigpen will likely take over return duties after PR Leodis McKelvin fumbled a punt away to the Patriots on Monday night and muffed another. Lewis finished with career-highs in catches 36 and receiving yards last year and even served as the Giants' No. He caught four balls for 66 yards during the preseason but obviously it wasn't enough to keep his roster spot.
The year-old could be a candidate for the Giants' practice squad. He joins Will Fuller as Texans wideouts with broken collarbones. Williams isn't valuable enough for the Texans to keep on the man roster when he's likely out for the first weeks of the season, so he will likely go on I. Yancey has primarily been used in the slot during the preseason.
Wood also believes rookie WR Marquez Valdes-Scantling is a good bet to make the roster given what he's shown so far in the preseason. Henderson resurfaced last month in hopes of returning to the team, but the die was already cast. If Henderson is lucky, the Broncos could stash him on the practice squad.
The year-old was recently hit with a one-game suspension for violating the league's substance abuse policy. He graduated as the CAA's all-time leader in receptions. Harris needs work, but his combination of athleticism and collegiate production is impressive, even coming from the FCS.
Payton was a fifth-round pick last year who played just 30 snaps as a rookie and was suspended four games for PEDs to close out the season. Jenkins made a roster push late in training camp, but it is not a great sign he could crack the Cowboys' shallow receiver corps.
He may be out of chances. A fourth-round pick by the Seahawks in , Norwood was traded to the Panthers at the beginning of the season and spent all of this season on various practice squads. Older than most when he entered the league, Norwood could be nearing the end. Wenning was a sixth-round pick by the Ravens in Powe was a hot name early in training camp last August.
New York's trade for Jermaine Kearse on Friday likely ruined any chance Thompkins had of cracking the man roster. Out of FB Seahawks. Smith should enter camp as the favorite. He outsnapped Williams to 39 last season while earning five targets compared to just one for Williams.
McNeil never saw the field in after joining Seattle's practice squad late in the year. Whalen has ties to coach Mike Zimmer from their time with the Bengals. He'll compete for a role on special teams. Baltimore picked Morgan over washed-up Hakeem Nicks. Morgan had been doing the roster dance in New Orleans all season, getting signed and cut three times each. He gives the Ravens another deep threat behind Chris Givens.
As will Vincent Brown. With San Diego suffering another round of receiver injuries Sunday, they need the depth. Pettis spent part of last season and the offseason with the Chargers. Dontrelle Inman's neck and Stevie Johnson's groin availabilities for Week 14 are still up in the air. Matthews spent all of last season on injured reserve. The Ravens need bodies at receiver after losing Steve Smith Sr. Broyles reportedly asked for his release after not getting many looks this preseason.
A second-round pick out of Oklahoma, Broyles' career has been derailed by two ACL surgeries and a torn Achilles'. Those injuries have taken their toll on Broyles, who reportedly lacked explosiveness this offseason.
He may get a look from someone, but it appears his career is nearing the end. The second-round bust has not caught a regular season pass since That's not going to change in He'll get a chance to carve out a role on special teams before perhaps getting some snaps on offense.
He'll compete for a roster spot. The year-old last played in the NFL with Pittsburgh in Jones spent time with four NFL franchises but is most known for his three-year tenure with the Ravens, winning a Super Bowl for them in Jones earned All-Pro status that year and made a number of memorable plays throughout Baltimore's playoff run including a dramatic yard touchdown versus Denver and a yard kickoff return in Super Bowl XLVII. He visited the end zone 23 times in career games. Fountain also had the longest arms 34" of any wide receiver at the Combine.
Lacking short-area quickness and not a separator on game tape, Fountain wins with length and leaping ability and offers some vertical potential at the next level. A seventh-round pick out of Northern Illinois, Brown caught seven passes for 67 yards and a touchdown during the preseason.
He will be given a year on the practice squad to develop. Frequently injured, Doss was tentatively expected to open the year as the Jags' punt returner. They'll have to mix and match until Ace Sanders gets back. His injury is undisclosed. A seventh-round pick in , Debose tore his Achilles' last offseason. When healthy, he could catch on as a return specialist. Brown spent three years with the Jags from , making 39 catches in 18 games and bouncing around the practice squad.
At age 26 in February and a bit undersized with a limited skill set, he's not an exciting prospect. Palmer, a practice squadder, takes the place of suspended Wes Welker on the active roster. An all-purpose running back at Auburn, McCalebb has spent the last two seasons struggling on the Bengals' practice squad as a corner.
Now he's shifting back to the offensive side in an effort to find a role. He spent all of last year in San Francisco playing for Chip Kelly before getting waived by the new regime in May.
Even more so following the loss of Quincy Enunwa neck, I. Harper is one to monitor. New York and Chicago released him after injuries derailed the final years of his career, but he still showed interest in playing as early as May.
Instead, he'll be doing the salsa in an announcer's booth. Bray's agency, Universal Sports Management, announced the signing via Twitter. He was the Colts' primary punt returner in the nine games he was healthy for last season, finishing total return yards. He'll serve as special teams depth in Houston. Dye is needed with Cecil Shorts knee out for the season and Adam Humphries sidelined this week by a concussion.
Dye is unlikely to have a big role, but he did post four catches in Week 17 last season. Unfortunately, Cobbs lacks separation speed 4. Cobbs also needs a ton of work as a route runner and had a penchant for untimely drops at IU. Cobbs has red-zone potential but may max out as a situational receiver. At 6-foot-2, pounds, he offers some size in the slot, and could see immediate playing time after Jordan Matthews was placed on injured reserve Tuesday.
The year-old shined in early training camp practices, but didn't carry over his momentum into preseason games. Preston stands 6-foot-5, Bates made one appearance for the Seahawks last season. Going on 26, the former undrafted free agent is running out of NFL chances. Wylie has made eight career appearances, six of which came with the Chiefs in All seven players will be long-shots to crack next season's man roster.
An imposing 6-foot-3, pounds with 4. Williams was trying to rejuvenate his career in Kansas City, but looked sluggish in the preseason and had a drop in the Chiefs' second exhibition game.
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