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Fantasy News

  • Bears' Teez Tabor: Ends season on injured reserve

    Tabor (ankle) was placed on injured reserve after the Bears' Week 16 game, and he ended the season with eight tackles in six games. Tabor played in less of the Bears' games this season, as he was used as a rotational defender and special-teams player, and he failed to record a tackle in four different games. He'll be an unrestricted free agent this offseason, and he'll go into his fourth NFL season, likely as a depth option with limited IDP value.
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  • Bears' Teez Tabor: Good to go for Week 15

    Tabor (illness) is not on the Bears' final injury report ahead of Monday night's game against the Vikings. Tabor was ruled out of Week 14 due to illness but hadn't played in either of the Bears' prior two games even when healthy. If he gets on the field Monday night, he'll return to a depth role in Chicago's secondary and special teams.
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  • Teez Tabor: Recovering from foot injury

    Tabor, who was cut by the 49ers on Monday, is recovering from a Jones fracture in his foot, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports. Tabor expects to be ready for Week 1, though he'll first need to find a team. After flaming out in Detroit, the 2017 seventh-round pick spent much of 2019 on the San Francisco practice squad.
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  • Teez Tabor: Cut loose by Niners

    The 49ers cut Tabor on Monday, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports. The 2017 second-round pick never made an impact in Detroit and spent part of the 2019 campaign on San Francisco's practice squad. Tabor was released Monday to make room for veteran cornerback Jamar Taylor.
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  • Teez Tabor: Cut by Lions

    Tabor (undisclosed) was cut by the Lions on Friday, Tom Pelissero of reports. A second-round pick in 2017, Tabor's release comes after just two seasons and 22 games for Detroit. During that span, he totaled just 42 tackles (36 solo) and never defensed a single pass. He's still just 23 and could get a shot with another team that is willing to take a chance on the potential that made him a second-round pick in the first place.
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  • Lions' Teez Tabor: Day-to-day with injury

    Tabor missed Friday night's scrimmage due to an unspecified injury, Justin Rogers of The Detroit News reports. The specifics surrounding Tabor's injury are unknown at this time. "It will be day-to-day with him as he battles back," stated head coach Matt Patricia. "He works really hard. You just don't know. We'll see where it goes, but he's a tough guy. Tabor is a tough guy and he really wants to be out there."
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  • Lions' Teez Tabor: Practices in full

    Tabor (groin) was a full participant in Wednesday's practice. Tabor has been nursing a groin injury for over a week but appears to be nearing a full recovery. Barring any setbacks, Tabor appears on track to start against the Dolphins on Sunday.
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  • Lions' Teez Tabor: Placed on Active/NFI list

    Tabor (hamstring) was placed on the Active/Non-Football Injury list Tuesday, the Lions' official site reports. Tabor dealt with a minor hamstring injury earlier in the offseason, but the issue appears to be lingering for the 2017 second-round draft pick. He'll be able to return to the practice field once he's medically cleared.
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  • Lions' Teez Tabor: Returns to OTAs

    Tabor (hamstring) participated during Tuesday's OTA, Justin Rogers of The Detroit News reports. Tabor's hamstring injury was originally expected to keep him sidelined until training camp in late July, but he's already back practicing with the Lions as OTAs wrap up. The second-round pick snagged his first interception of the offseason program Tuesday over starting receiver Marvin Jones and has flashed additional signs of potentially providing the team's defense with another playmaker.
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