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League Player News

  • 10/17, 7:38 am
    • Moore caught three of seven targets...

      Moore caught three of seven targets for 44 yards in Sunday's loss to the Bears.

      Analysis: He was pressed into action for a season-high 34 snaps Sunday with Breshad Perriman (concussion) and Jeremy Maclin (shoulder) injured. Moore answered the bell by recording his first three receptions of the year and leading the team in receiving yards. He showed some promise overall Sunday, but it'll likely take Perriman and Maclin being sidelined again for Moore to have a significant role in Week 7 against the Vikings.

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  • 10/17, 7:31 am
    • Campanaro recorded three receptions for 24...

      Campanaro recorded three receptions for 24 yards in Sunday's loss to the Bears and added a 77-yard punt return for a touchdown.

      Analysis: Sunday marked Campanaro's best game of 2017 as he not only reached the end zone on a punt return, but he also played a season-high 33 offensive snaps. That said, part of his increased role can be attributed to Breshad Perriman (concussion) and Jeremy Maclin (shoulder) being injured. If Perriman or Maclin are still battling their respective injuries for Sunday's game against the Vikings, Campanaro could be in line for another strong snap count in the Raven offense.

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  • 10/17, 7:27 am
    • Myers was released Tuesday by the...

      Myers was released Tuesday by the Jaguars, John Oehser of the Jaguars' official site reports.

      Analysis: Myers is coming off an outing against the Rams where he missed two 54-yard field goals, making him 0-for-3 from 50-plus yards on the season. With the Jaguars' offense often times struggling to move the ball, the team is likely looking to find a more reliable leg from longer distances. Upon releasing Myers, the team has signed Josh Lambo, who played for the Chargers in each of the last two seasons.

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  • 10/17, 7:06 am
    • Miller, who did a forward flip...

      Miller, who did a forward flip after scoring a touchdown in Week 6, did not get positive reviews from head coach Bill O'Brien for the celebration, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports. "Yeah, I did not like the flip," O'Brien said Monday. "Just score, hand the ball to the official would be my advice to him."

      Analysis: O'Brien may not curtail Miller's playing time because of the celebration, but it was clearly a message delivered by the coach, who would like to see more growth from Miller. "I think he can add some things to our offense," O'Brien said. "Just continue to work and improve in the classroom and on special teams and he'll get more reps on offense." Miller remains fourth on the wideout depth chart, but as a third-round draft pick in 2016, the Texans have more invested in him than Bruce Ellington, the current No. 3 receiver.

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  • 10/17, 6:59 am
    • Ellington caught two of three targets...

      Ellington caught two of three targets for 22 yards while playing 45 of 66 offensive snaps in a 33-17 win over the Browns in Week 6.

      Analysis: Ellington's been on the decline since Will Fuller returned from a collarbone injury. After a standout game against New England in Week 3 (70 snaps, 59 yards, one touchdown), he's totaled 96 yards on seven catches the following three weeks with a corresponding drop in playing time. He remains ahead of Braxton Miller on the depth chart, but there's only so much room on an offense that includes Fuller, DeAndre Hopkins, Lamar Miller and Deshaun Watson.

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