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  • Commanders' Jon Bostic: Placed on IR

    Bostic (pectoral) was placed on injured reserve Friday. Bostic is officially done for the regular season after being transitioned to IR on Friday following the pectoral injury he suffered in Week 16 against the 49ers. The linebacker will finish the regular-season campaign with 25 tackles while appearing in 15 games with the Commanders. De'Jon Harris was signed to Washington's active roster from the practice squad Friday and will provide the team with an additional depth option at linebacker in Bostic's absence.
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  • Commanders' Jon Bostic: Starting Sunday

    Bostic will draw a start Sunday against the Texans, Zach Selby of the Commanders' official site reports. Bostic will get the nod with Cole Holcomb (foot) inactive for the game. The former has played a big role in the team's rotation at linebacker the last two weeks, recording nine tackles (four solo) on 83 defensive snaps.
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  • Jon Bostic: Released by New Orleans

    The Saints released Bostic on Tuesday. Bostic signed a contract with the Saints in mid-August after they placed rookie fifth-round pick D'Marco Jackson (undisclosed) on IR. The 2013 second-round pick recorded back-to-back seasons with at least 100 tackles before appearing in just four games with Washington last year due to a pectoral injury. Now that he's healthy, Bostic should garner at least some interest in free agency.
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  • Saints' Jon Bostic: Headed to New Orleans

    Bostic signed a contract with the Saints on Monday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Bostic tried out for the Saints at the beginning of August, and the team has now signed the veteran linebacker after placing rookie fifth-round pick D'Marco Jackson (undisclosed) on IR. Bostic appeared in four games last year before suffering a season-ending pectoral injury. The former second-round pick had back-to-back 100-plus tackle seasons in 2019 and 2020, but he'll likely compete for a backup role behind Demario Davis in New Orleans.
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  • Football Team's Jon Bostic: Lands on IR

    Washington placed Bostic (pectoral) on injured reserve Tuesday. As expected, Bostic has been placed on IR and will likely miss the remainder of the season. Coach Ron Rivera said that Khaleke Hudson will see increased opportunities while Bostic is sidelined, but Jared Norris is also expected to see additional playing time.
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  • Football Team's Jon Bostic: Picks off Big Ben to seal upset

    Bostic had a team-high 10 tackles (four solo) and an interception in Monday's 23-17 win over the Steelers. Bostic racked up his highest tackle total since posting a season-high 14 against the Ravens back in Week 4, and he sealed Washington's upset of the previously undefeated Steelers with a late interception. The veteran linebacker bounced around the league earlier in his career but has settled in nicely with Washington, as he needs just 14 more tackles to reach 100 for a second consecutive season.
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  • Football Team's Jon Bostic: Likely will avoid suspension

    Bostic won't be suspended for his hit on Cowboys quarterback Andy Dalton (concussion) during Sunday's win, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Dalton had given himself up and was sliding to the ground when Bostic lowered his shoulder and administered a violent hit on the quarterback's head, forcing him to leave the game and enter concussion protocol. Bostic was ejected for his actions, but it appears the league won't hand him any further discipline. A hefty fine could still be on the docket, but Bostic should remain in his starting middle linebacker role when Washington resumes play Week 9 against the Giants.
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  • Football Team's Jon Bostic: Picks up another sack

    Bostic had seven tackles (five solo) and a sack in Sunday's 30-15 loss to Arizona, playing 100 percent of snaps on defense. Bostic also had seven tackles, a sack and 100 percent snap share in the season opener, with both he and Kevin Pierre-Louis handling three-down roles. Bostic had only 105 tackles (56 solo) and one sack in a similar role last season, but he's on track for much bigger numbers this year, in part because he's been so successful as a blitzer (four QB hits). He should have another busy day Week 3 at Cleveland.
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  • Redskins' Jon Bostic: Sets career tackle mark in loss

    Bostic made five tackles (four solo) in Sunday's 41-35 loss to the Giants. Bostic has been credited with at least five tackles in four-straight games and has not logged fewer than four since Week 1. Each new tackle he makes is a new career high and his next one will be his 100th of the season.
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  • Redskins' Jon Bostic: Reaches double-digit tackles

    Bostic had 11 tackles (five solo) in Sunday's loss to the Giants. Bostic played all but six defensive snaps Sunday and has come on strong the last few weeks after recording only two assisted tackles in the season opener. The 28-year-old has 29 tackles (13 solo) through four games, which ranks second behind Landon Collins on the Redskins' defense.
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  • Jon Bostic: Let go by Pittsburgh

    Bostic was released by the Steelers on Saturday. The move isn't overly surprising after the Steelers traded up to draft Devin Bush with the 10th pick during the first round of the draft. Bostic also played a reduced role down the stretch for the Steelers, so it seems as though he fell out of favor with the coaching staff. The veteran linebacker will spend the 2019 season with his at least his fifth different team in the last five years.
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  • Steelers' Jon Bostic: Quiet finish to solid season

    Bostic failed to record any tackles during Sunday's 16-13 win over Cincinnati. After averaging 45 defensive snaps per game the first 11 games of the season, Bostic's playing time took a huge hit, as he averaged just 13 defensive snaps for each of the last five games. This culminated with a season-low six snaps in the season finale. Playing in all 16 games, Bostic finished the 2018 season with 73 tackles -- including 2.5 sacks -- the most he has had in one season over his six-year career. There is no clear explanation for his reduced role during the stretch run, and he'll head into 2019 on the last year of his current contract.
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  • Steelers' Jon Bostic: Leads team with six tackles

    Bostic recorded six tackles (all solo) including a sack in Monday's 30-27 win over the Buccaneers. In just his third game as a Steeler, Bostic has already matched his career high with two sacks and leads the team with 21 tackles. The defense has 11 sacks through three games, second only to Chicago and is on pace for 58 on the year. They'll look to add to that total against Baltimore in Week 4.
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  • Jon Bostic: Signing with Pittsburgh

    Bostic (knee) is signing a two-year contract with the Steelers, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. With Ryan Shazier (spine) already ruled out for the upcoming season, Pittsburgh has a glaring need at inside linebacker alongside incumbent 16-game starter Vince Williams. A 2013 second-round pick, Bostic has never quite lived up to his draft status, although he did pile up 97 tackles in 14 games while handling a three-down role for the Colts last season. He may need to compete with Tyler Matakevich (shoulder) -- and possibly another free agent or draft pick -- for the starting job. The oft-injured Bostic finished last season on IR due to a knee injury of unknown severity.
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  • Colts' Jon Bostic: Ready to go Monday

    The Colts have listed Bostic (calf) as active for Monday's tilt versus the Titans. Bostic was a DNP for Saturday's practice after logging full practices earlier in the week, but it looks like the Colts were just exercising caution with 26-year-old linebacker. He will look to improve on the 40 tackles he has accumulated thus far on the season in Monday night's game.
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  • Colts' Jon Bostic: Records 12 tackles Sunday

    Bostic posted a team-high 12 tackles (five solo) is Sunday's 46-18 loss to the Seahawks. It was the second straight game that Bostic managed to record double-digit tackles, bringing his season total to a team-leading 33 (22 solo). With the Colts dealing with a defense that struggles to get off the field and an offense that has a hard time staying on, Bostic's number of tackles should continue to grow at an impressive rate.
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  • Colts' Jon Bostic: Seven tackles in Sunday's loss

    Bostic started at WILL linebacker and had seven tackles in Sunday's loss to the Rams. Indy's linebacking corps struggled against the pass Sunday. Bostic played his first game since 2015 after missing last season with a foot injury. While he didn't fare well against the pass, he may get a lot of opportunities to make tackles with a defense that will struggle to get off the field.
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  • Colts' Jon Bostic: Participating in OTAs

    Bostic (foot) participated in Tuesday's OTAs and got work as a starting inside linebacker, the team's official web site reports. Bostic missed last season when he suffered a fractured left foot in training camp. It looks like he's ready to practice at full speed. He'll compete for a starting inside linebacker role this summer.
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  • Lions' Jon Bostic: Working out on sidelines

    Bostic (foot) was seen working with trainers on the sidelines at Wednesday's practice, reports. Bostic was placed on injured reserve after going down with a fractured left foot in training camp. However, his increased activity Wednesday suggests Detroit may have made a decision regarding which one player they want to activate from IR. Such a notion would mean RB Ameer Abdullah (foot) is completely done for the season.
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  • Lions' Jon Bostic: Traded by Patriots

    The Patriots have traded Bostic to the Lions in exchange for a conditional seventh-round draft pick in 2017, ESPN's Mike Reiss reports. Bostic ended up being the odd man out after New England signed Shea McClellin and then drafted Kamu Grugier-Hill and Elandon Roberts. He'll bolster the Lions' depth at linebacker, with his capabilities well-understood by GM Bob Quinn, formerly the Patriots director of pro personnel.
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