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Kyle Shurmur: Activated from COVID, cut by WFT
Shurmur was activated from the practice squad COVID list prior to being released by Washington on Tuesday.
The quarterback entered league COVID protocols Dec. 30, but he was released Tuesday after being activated from the practice squad reserve/COVID-19 list. Shurmur has yet to make his NFL debut after going undrafted in 2019.... See More ... See Less
Kyle Shurmur: Lands on COVID-19 list
Washington placed Shurmur (undisclosed) on the practice squad COVID-19 list Thursday.
It's not yet clear whether Shurmur has tested positive for COVID-19, but he'll be forced to spend some time away from the team. A timetable for his return hasn't been established.... See More ... See Less
Kyle Shurmur: Reverts back to practice squad
Shurmur reverted to Washington's practice squad Wednesday.
Shurmur was elevated for Week 15, as Washington's top two quarterback options were sidelined in COVID-19 protocols. Expect Shurmur to stay on Washington's practice squad for the remainder of the season barring any injuries to Taylor Heinicke or Kyle Allen.... See More ... See Less
Football Team's Kyle Shurmur: Backing up Garrett Gilbert
Washington elevated Shurmur from its practice squad ahead of Tuesday's game against the Eagles.
Shurmur has yet to take his first NFL regular-season snaps, but he'll at least dress as the Football Team's backup quarterback for the Week 15 contest after neither Taylor Heinicke (illness) nor Kyle Allen (illness) were cleared to return from the reserve/COVID-19 list Tuesday. Though Shurmur has been in the Washington organization since September, the Football Team will turn to the more experienced Garrett Gilbert to make the spot start in place of Heinicke, according to Nicki Jhabvala of The Washington Post. Gilbert was just signed off the Patriots' practice squad Friday, so if he struggles early on against the Eagles, Washington could be compelled to give him the quick hook in favor of Shurmur.... See More ... See Less
Kyle Shurmur: Could see first NFL action
Shurmur and Garrett Gilbert could be options to start at quarterback in Tuesday's game against Philadelphia with both Taylor Heinicke and Kyle Allen on the reserve/COVID-19 list, Ben Standig of The Athletic reports.
Shurmur has been on Washington's practice squad throughout the year, while Gilbert was with the Patriots' practice squad before signing with Washington on Friday. It sounds like Gilbert's NFL experience may win out over Shurmur's familiarity with the playbook, and there's also perhaps some chance of either Heinicke or Allen being cleared by Tuesday. Allen was placed on the COVID list Wednesday, with Heinicke then joining him two days later.... See More ... See Less
Kyle Shurmur: Joins Washington's practice squad
Shurmur signed with Washington's practice squad Monday.
Shurmur was unable to secure a role with the Bengals during camp after he joined the team on a futures deal in January. However, he'll provide additional depth at quarterback for Washington since Ryan Fitzpatrick (hip) is slated to miss time. While Taylor Heinicke figures to serve as the interim starter with Kyle Allen available as a backup, Shurmur will be available if the team's quarterbacks encounter additional injuries.... See More ... See Less
Bengals' Kyle Shurmur: Receives future contract
The Bengals signed Shurmur to a reserve/future contract Monday.
The 24-year-old is the son of Broncos' offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur. The Vanderbilt product will compete for a backup role behind Joe Burrow (knee) in 2021. Brandon Allen and Ryan Finley are both favorites for the job after starting over Shurmur this year.... See More ... See Less
Kyle Shurmur: Joins Bengals' practice squad
The Bengals signed Shurmur to the practice squad Thursday.
Shurmer has spent time with the Chiefs and Broncos already in his young career, and the rookie out of Vanderbilt will now get a chance to grow in Cincinnati. With Joe Burrow (knee) out for the year and Brandon Allen (knee) looking uncertain for Week 15, it's possible that Shurmer gets a chance to join the active roster in an emergency capacity.... See More ... See Less
Kyle Shurmur: Signing on with Broncos
Shurmur signed with Denver on Monday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
Shurmur's most recent NFL experience comes from his time with Kansas City's practice squad, but now he'll join a team that Sunday became the first in 55 years to start a non-QB under center, per the Elias Sports Bureau. A rash of COVID-19 disqualifications to Denver's QB room left practice squad call-up -- and recent wide receiver -- Kendall Hinton as the starting option Week 12 against New Orleans. Shurmur could possibly be thrust into action this upcoming Sunday in Kansas City, but starter Drew Lock recently tested negative for the virus after being considered a high-risk close contact to Jeff Driskel (who tested positive for COVID last week). Broncos offensive coordinator, Pat Shurmur, is Kyle's father.... See More ... See Less
Kyle Shurmur: Cut by Kansas City
The Chiefs waived Shurmur on Monday, Dan Graziano of ESPN.com reports.
Shurmur spent time with the Chiefs during the 2019 offseason, and he rejoined the practice squad in November, but he now looks to have been beaten out for the No. 3 role by Jordan Ta'amu. The former Vanderbilt signal-caller will explore options for a similar depth role elsewhere in the league.... See More ... See Less
Chiefs' Kyle Shurmur: Staying in Kansas City
Shurmur signed a reserve/future contract with the Chiefs on Tuesday, according to the NFL's official transaction report.
Shurmur spent time with the Chiefs during the preseason before eventually being cut ahead of Week 1. The former Vanderbilt quarterback returned to Kansas City's practice squad in November, where he spent the remainder of the season. With veterans Chad Henne and Matt Moore slated to become free agents, Shurmur could get a ton of valuable reps this offseason.... See More ... See Less
Kyle Shurmur: Returns to Chiefs' practice squad
Shurmur was added back to Kansas City's practice squad Tuesday, Herbie Teope of The Kansas City Star reports.
Shurmur briefly joined the Chiefs' roster after Patrick Mahomes suffered a dislocated kneecap. Chad Henne (ankle) made his return from IR last week, leading to the 22-year-old being waived. After going unclaimed, Shurmur returns to his former spot on the practice squad.... See More ... See Less
Kyle Shurmur: Let go by Kansas City
Shurmur was waived by the Chiefs on Saturday.
Shurmur was promoted from Kansas City's practice squad after Patrick Mahomes (kneecap) went down Week 7, but Chad Henne (ankle) was activated off injured reserve Saturday to prompt his departure. Shurmur will be a candidate to rejoin the practice squad, assuming he clears waivers.... See More ... See Less
Chiefs' Kyle Shurmur: Promoted from practice squad
Shurmur was promoted from the Chiefs' practice squad to the 53-man roster Tuesday.
Patrick Mahomes is expected to be out this week after dislocating his kneecap last Thursday, so Shurmur makes his way to the active roster to serve as the Chiefs' backup quarterback. Matt Moore will work as the starter for now while Mahomes has no official timetable for his return.... See More ... See Less
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