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  • Adrian Phillips: Released by New England

    The Patriots plan to release Phillips on Monday, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports. The veteran safety was headed into the final year of a four-year, $12.75 million deal with New England. With his release, the Patriots will clear $3 million in cap space, leaving behind over $1.18 million in dead-cap hit. Phillips didn't miss a single game in his four years with the team but was demoted to backup duties last season, playing just 12 percent of the Patriots' defensive snaps while mainly focusing on special teams.
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  • Patriots' Adrian Phillips: Tallies four tackles in opener

    Phillips accumulated four tackles (three solo) in Sunday's season opening loss to the Eagles. Phillips contributed in multiple areas during Sunday's contest. He logged 17 snaps as a defender (28 percent) to go along with 22 on special teams (76 percent). He will continue backing up Kyle Dugger at strong safety when the Patriots welcome the Dolphins to town on Sunday Night Football in Week 2.
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  • Patriots' Adrian Phillips: Could return Week 2

    Phillips (ribs) has a chance to play Sunday against the Steelers, Jordan Schultz of TheScore.com reports. Phillips suffered the injury during the first half of the Patriots' Week 1 loss to the Dolphins. However, the team is "cautiously optimistic" about his chances to suit up Sunday. If Phillips is unable to play, Jabrill Peppers will likely see extra opportunities against the Steelers.
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  • Patriots' Adrian Phillips: Questionable for Saturday

    Phillips (knee) is questionable for Saturday against the Bills. Phillips has logged a limited practice every day this week, and he's been questionable with a knee issue for previous games this season. He still suited up in all 17 contests and should probably be expected to play Saturday. However, if he can't go, it'll be a significant blow to the Patriots' secondary and will likely lead to extra opportunity for Justin Bethel.
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  • Patriots' Adrian Phillips: Leads team in tackles

    Phillips had seven tackles (four solo) during Saturday's 27-17 loss to the Colts. Phillips recovered from the knee injury in time to take the field Saturday and played 81 percent of the defensive snaps. The 29-year-old has 71 tackles (42 solo), four interceptions, one forced fumble and one touchdown in 14 games this season.
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  • Patriots' Adrian Phillips: Dominant against former team

    Phillips notched three tackles (one solo), two pass breakups and two interceptions, one of which he returned for a touchdown, during Sunday's 27-24 win over the Chargers. Phillips earned AFC Defensive Player of the Week honors for his performance against Justin Herbert and his former team. The cornerback, who spent the first six years of his career with the Chargers, now sits at three interceptions on the season. He recorded the first pick-six of his career in the fourth quarter, when he intercepted Herbert and returned the ball for a 26-yard score.
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  • Patriots' Adrian Phillips: Makes six stops vs. Jets

    Phillips had six tackles (five solo) during Sunday's 54-13 win over the Jets. Phillips has 19 total tackles over the last three weeks, and he's now handled 76 percent of defensive snaps in back-to-back games. The 29-year-old is reliable as far as racking up a modest amount of stops every week, but he's not often involved as a pass rusher or as a playmaker in coverage.
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  • Patriots' Adrian Phillips: Season-best tackle total

    Phillips had eight tackles in a 25-22 win over the Texans on Sunday. Phillips played 90 percent of the snaps, which is about where he has been the past three weeks. Although the eight tackles (five of which were solo) were his best total of the season, he did not add anything else on the stat sheet. Phillips and the Patriots will take on the star-studded Cowboys offense in Week 6.
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  • Patriots' Adrian Phillips: Active for Week 3

    Phillips (undisclosed) is active for Sunday's contest against the Saints, Zack Cox of NESN.com reports. Phillips didn't practice Thursday or Friday, so his active status is a bit of a surprise. The 29-year-old played 51 defensive snaps against the Jets in Week 2 and recorded three tackles and one interception.
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  • Patriots' Adrian Phillips: Double-digit tackles again

    Phillips had 10 tackles (eight solo) during Thursday's 24-3 loss to the Rams. Phillips now has back-to-back games with double-digit stops, and he hasn't dipped below five tackles in a single game since Week 4. The veteran safety briefly spent time on the sideline due to a hand injury Thursday, but he managed to return without even missing a full drive.
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  • Patriots' Adrian Phillips: Hurts hand Thursday

    Phillips was forced out of Thursday's game against the Rams with a hand injury. Phillips appeared to be laboring after making a tackle on Cooper Kupp in the third quarter. Joejuan Williams appears to be the top candidate to fill in for Phillips for the time being.
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  • Patriots' Adrian Phillips: Leading tackler in blowout win

    Phillips racked up 12 tackles (seven solo) and a pass defensed in Sunday's 45-0 win over the Chargers. Phillips was by far the busiest member of the Patriots' defense in this one, as no other teammate finished with more than six tackles. The safety's second double-digit tackle performance of the season has him up to 84 on the campaign, along with a pair of interceptions.
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  • Patriots' Adrian Phillips: Rings up eight tackles

    Phillips made eight tackles (seven solo) in Monday's 30-27 win over the Jets. Phillips led the Patriots in tackles, enjoyed his highest total since Week 6 and extending his team lead in the category to 56. The veteran safety is tracking for the first triple-digit tackling season of his career, but his IDP ceiling remains low with no sacks, pass breakups or interceptions since Week 1.
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  • Patriots' Adrian Phillips: Leads team in tackles

    Phillips recorded nine tackles (eight solo), a pass breakup and an interception in Sunday's 21-11 win over the Dolphins. Phillips established himself quickly in an elite Patriots defense, pacing the squad in tackles and hauling in an interception in the first half. The veteran safety put together this impressive effort despite playing just 69 percent of the team's defensive snaps. This could become a theme since the Patriots deployed Terrence Brooks and Joejuan Williams a ton as well, but Phillips proved he could be effective nonetheless.
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  • Chargers' Adrian Phillips: Could return to Los Angeles

    Chargers general manager Tom Telesco is intent on retaining Phillips this offseason, Eric D. Williams of ESPN.com reports. It'll be interesting to see what type of money Phillips could get on the market, as the 27-year-old safety is only one year removed from receiving All-Pro honors as a special teamer. Though the Chargers seem intent on matching any offer for Phillips' services, he should be in line for a starting safety spot regardless of where he lands.
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  • Chargers' Adrian Phillips: Injury squanders productive season

    Phillips finished the season with 36 tackles while playing seven games. A fractured forearm put a stop to Phillips' bid for a second straight Pro Bowl appearance, but the versatile safety did pick up 22 tackles over the final four weeks of the regular season. The Chargers' base defense tends to operate with more safeties than expected, so while he might not earn the "starting" distinction, his role as a special teams ace and multi-faceted safety could make him an under-the-radar safety in deeper IDP leagues next year.
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  • Chargers' Adrian Phillips: Designated to return from IR

    Phillips (forearm) was designated to return from injured reserve by the Chargers on Thursday, per the NFL's transaction log. The move gives the team 21 days to activate Phillips to the 53-man roster, or he will revert back to IR for the rest of the season. He'll most likely sit this week, giving Jaylen Watkins another game to fill in before the Chargers go on bye Week 12.
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  • Chargers' Adrian Phillips: Heads to locker room

    Phillips (forearm) headed to the locker room during Sunday's game against the Lions and is questionable to return. It's unclear how Phillips picked up the injury, but it's serious enough to force him to receive extra treatment in the locker room. With Phillips sidelined, expect Jaylen Watkins to receive an increase in snaps.
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  • Chargers' Adrian Phillips: Working with first team

    Phillips worked with the first-team defense at strong safety during Friday's practice, Eric D. Williams of ESPN.com reports. Following news Friday that Derwin James suffered a foot injury that could cost him "a significant amount of time," Phillips has stepped into the latter's starting strong safety spot. With James' injury likely carrying into the regular season, Phillips is in line to take on a significant role in the Chargers' secondary.
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  • Chargers' Adrian Phillips: Hurts left arm against Patriots

    According to head coach Anthony Lynn, Phillips tore something in his left arm in Sunday's loss to the Patriots, Sam Fortier of The Athletic reports. Phillips totaled six tackles (two solo) in the contest despite the injury. It is uncertain at this stage what exactly the safety tore in his arm, but there will be hope that his recovery window will not affect his preparations for the 2019 season.
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