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  1. Aaron Wilson @AaronWilson_NFL‬⁩ Visits: Jonotthan Harrison (Bills), T.J. Green (Panthers), Dare Ogunbowale (Jaguars) 9/9/20, 4:54 PM
  2. Technically he wasn’t claimed. He chose to sign w/TB PS. And I agree that TB w/Arians, his AZ OC and watching Brady is a perfect spot for him Not sure of the PS rules this yr but teams can protect up to 4 PS players per week. No idea if teams can protect the same players each week
  3. Albert Breer ⁦‪@AlbertBreer‬⁩ For the first time, teams can protect 4 players per week on their practice squad from being poached. Week 1 protections started coming in today. Among those protected ... • Bucs QB Josh Rosen. • Titans QB Trevor Siemian. • Lions QB David Blough. • 49ers WR Kevin White. 9/8/20, 5:53 PM
  4. Aaron Wilson ⁦‪@AaronWilson_NFL‬⁩ Clayton Thorson visiting Jets as they work out Alex McGough 9/8/20, 5:44 PM
  5. Sign him to the PS? Sure! Sign him to the 53 this week? No way!
  6. More on new Packers CB Parry Nickerson. He was a sixth round of the Jets in 2018. As a rookie, he played in 16 games with two starts for the Jets, who then traded him to Seattle last August. He spent part of last season on the practice squads of the Seahawks and Jaguars before being promoted to the Jaguars' active roster and playing in four games. Rob Demovsky, ESPN Staff Writer
  7. Worth a look.... Scott was one of two wide receivers Baltimore selected in the 2018 NFL Draft, joining fifth-round pick Jordan Lasley. The Ravens parted ways with Lasley early last year at training camp after he failed to develop. Baltimore hoped the 6-foot-5 Scott would take a leap forward this year and they could find a way to keep him on the team. However, a hot-and-cold training camp that saw Scott improve his play on special teams but often fall short of making big receptions. With just one reception for six yards over two seasons in the NFL, anything less than a perfect training camp was likely going to end his tenure in Baltimore. The 2018 NFL Draft was the first where the Ravens spent two picks at the position. The 2019 NFL Draft saw Baltimore select Marquise Brown and Miles Boykin, who are both in line for massive starting roles this year. The Ravens added Devin Duvernay and James Proche in the 2020 NFL Draft and saw both play well throughout training camp. Another mention I found: Scott, a former fourth-round selection, played all 17 of his offensive snaps Week 17 when Baltimore was resting its main contributors. He's a big-bodied receiver at 6-foot-5 and 210 pounds, but his movement skills are well below average for an NFL receiver even when adjusting for his size. https://www.cbssports.com/fantasy/football/news/ravens-jaleel-scott-invisible-again-in-2019/amp/
  8. And Chad Alexander, now the Jets director of player personnel, was with the Ravens when they drafted him
  9. After 1 season? And to not even sign him to your PS? So he can’t grasp the playbook, attitude issues, bad teammate, off the field issues or a combination?
  10. I don’t know if either would be labeled a veteran WR?
  11. He did but went out again. IIRC it wasn’t for the shoulder Rookie OL Cam Clark left practice with knee injury ... WR Denzel Mims (hamstring) returned to individual drills... CB Pierre Desir (hamstring) returned to team on limited basis ... WR Breshad Perriman (knee), still out, had MRI. Appears to be chronic knee issue... WR Braxton Berrios (back) sat out. Rich Cimini, ESPN Staff Writer5d ago
  12. And 28 pts week 1. That would shoot down all the G.Williams as a HC chatter.

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