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  • Cardinals' Nate Hairston: Signs contract

    Hairston (undisclosed) has signed a reserve/future contract with the Cardinals, per the NFL's official transaction log. Hairston was placed on the practice squad injury list on Dec. 28 with an undisclosed injury, but his reserve/future contract signing indicates the issue is not serious. He will now set his sights on making an impression with the club during the 2023 offseason.
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  • Vikings' Nate Hairston: Clears physical examination

    Hairston was removed from the Vikings' active/non-football injury list Monday. Hairston made a relatively quick return from the active/NFI list after he was considered day-to-day while dealing with a banged-up lower ankle during last week's practices. The 2017 fifth-round pick landed with the fourth team of his NFL career when he signed a one-year contract with Minnesota in March, and he likely will need to carve out a role on special teams in order to make the squad's final 53-man roster.
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  • Vikings' Nate Hairston: Starts camp on NFI list

    Hairston (undisclosed) was placed on the active/non-football injury list Tuesday. Hairston will be sidelined as the Vikings begin training camp. Once healthy, the 28-year-old cornerback will compete for a depth spot in Minnesota's secondary.
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  • Vikings' Nate Hairston: Gets opportunity with Minnesota

    Hairston signed with the Vikings on Monday. Hairston provides depth in Minnesota's secondary after spending the 2021 season in Denver. He served primarily on special teams with the Broncos, though he also has started 18 games across five professional campaigns and recorded two career interceptions.
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  • Nate Hairston: Released by Denver

    The Broncos released Hairston on Thursday, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports. Hairston appeared in five total games between the Broncos and Jets last season. He's now free to search for a depth role elsewhere in the league.
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  • Broncos' Nate Hairston: Heading to Denver

    Hairston signed a contract with the Broncos on Saturday, Aric DiLalla of the Broncos' official site reports. The 26-year-old was cut by the Jets in early October, and he was most recently on the Ravens' practice squad. Hairston will be on the commissioner's exempt list while going through the COVID-19 protocols for joining a new team, so he won't be available for Week 14.
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  • Nate Hairston: Done in New York

    The Jets cut Hairston prior to Thursday's 37-28 loss to the Broncos, Ralph Vacchiano of SportsNet New York reports. Hairston was cut to make room for Javelin Guidry on the active roster. The 26-year-old cornerback will look to catch on as a depth option elsewhere in the league.
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  • Jets' Nate Hairston: Slides down depth chart

    Hairston dressed for 11 games in 2019, contributing 24 tackles and an interception. Hairston fell out of favor down the stretch with the emergence of Blessuan Austin and Arthur Maulet as starters at the cornerback position. While Hairston is under contract with the Jets in 2020, he'll likely need to earn his roster spot in camp.
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  • Jets' Nate Hairston: Out for Week 6

    Hairston (knee) is officially inactive for Sunday's clash against Dallas. It's unclear how the 2017 fifth-round pick picked up the injury, but it's serious enough to force him to miss time. With Hairston sidelined, look for Brian Poole and Arthur Maulet to see an increase in depth secondary snaps for the game.
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  • Colts' Nate Hairston: Only plays special teams

    Hairston played just seven snaps, all on special teams, in Sunday's win over Miami. Hairston hadn't suited up since Week 8 due to an ankle injury, so it's possible he's being eased back into action. Still, it's also possible he may not get back his starting cornerback role.
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  • Colts' Nate Hairston: Not playing Sunday

    Hairston (ankle) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Titans. Hairston will be unavailable for the third time this season and for the second straight game while he continues to battle the ankle injury, which limited him to one practice appearance this week. With Hairston sidelined, Kenny Moore, Pierre Desir and Quincy Wilson should serve as Indianapolis' primary cornerbacks.
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  • Colts' Nate Hairston: Listed as questionable

    Hairston (ankle) is questionable for Sunday's game against the Jaguars. Hairston was able to log limited practice sessions all week, and his availability could be a game-time decision. The second-year cornerback has struggled at times this season, but he's projected to draw the start against the Jaguars on Sunday if healthy.
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  • Colts' Nate Hairston: Six tackles in Sunday's loss

    Hairston started at cornerback opposite Kenny Moore and had six total tackles in Sunday's loss to the Bengals. Hairston wasn't terrible in coverage and was a productive tackler. With Indy's offense likely struggling to get off the field in most games, Hairston could be a decent source of tackles for a cornerback.
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  • Colts' Nate Hairston: Productive rookie campaign

    Hairston had 35 tackles (26 solo), two sacks, an interception and a safety in 14 games for the Colts in 2017. Hairston played a much larger role than anticipated in 2017 due to numerous injuries to the Colts' secondary, as well as the departure of veteran Vontae Davis. The rookie fifth-round pick should battle for defensive snaps in training camp, with starting cornerbacks Pierre Desir (pectoral) and Rashaan Melvin (hand) both headed for free agency in 2018.
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  • Colts' Nate Hairston: Increased playing time continues in Week 2

    Hairston had four total tackles and played 44 of 66 snaps on defense in Sunday's loss to Arizona. Hairston took over the nickelback role and got the third most playing time among the team's cornerbacks. He should continue to get signifcant snaps as long as Vontae Davis and Darius Butler remained sidelined with injuries.
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