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  • Panthers' Marquez Stevenson: Joins Panthers

    Stevenson signed with Carolina on Tuesday, Mike Kaye of The Charlotte Observer reports. Stevenson was waived by the Browns last Tuesday after inking a reserve/future deal with the team in January. The 25-year-old is most known for a stint in Buffalo that was unfortunately hampered by multiple injuries after he was selected in the 2021 Draft. Now healthy again, Stevenson will try to win a depth role in the Panthers' wide receiver corps.
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  • Marquez Stevenson: Let go Tuesday

    Stevenson was waived by the Browns on Tuesday, Scott Petrak of the Elyria Chronicle-Telegram reports. Stevenson joined Cleveland's practice squad last December after recovering from a foot injury he suffered while with Buffalo. The 25-year-old then inked a reserve/future contract with the team in January. However, it now appears Stevenson will need to find an opportunity elsewhere.
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  • Browns' Marquez Stevenson: Inks reserve/future contract

    The Browns signed Stevenson to a reserve/future contract Monday. Stevenson opened the regular season on Buffalo's IR with a foot injury and was activated Dec. 6, but he was quickly waived the following day. The second-year wideout then spent a short stint on the Bills' practice squad before joining up with Cleveland's in mid-December. Stevenson finished the 2022 campaign without appearing in a game, and he'll now compete for an active-roster spot with the Browns this offseason.
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  • Marquez Stevenson: Joins Cleveland's practice squad

    The Browns signed Stevenson to their practice squad Wednesday. Stevenson was cut from the Bills' practice squad Tuesday but quickly found a new home in Cleveland. The 2021 sixth-round pick made five appearances for Buffalo as a rookie, operating primarily as a return man, but he's yet to see the field this season. However, with Amari Cooper (hip) and David Bell (thumb) dealing with injuries, it's possible Stevenson could get elevated during the first week with his new squad.
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  • Marquez Stevenson: Let go from practice squad

    Stevenson was cut from the practice squad Tuesday, the Bills' official site reports. The sixth-rounder from last season has played only five games with the Bills while dealing with some injuries and difficulty getting up to speed with the pro game. For now, the playoff-bound Bills are looking more for experience than speed, so they signed Cole Beasley on Tuesday while Stevenson was on the way out.
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  • Marquez Stevenson: Added to Bills' practice squad

    Stevenson was signed to the Bills' practice squad Friday. Stevenson will return to Buffalo after he was waived by the team Wednesday and went unclaimed on the open market. The 24-year-old was just activated from injured reserve Tuesday following a foot injury, and he will provide the Bills with another depth option at wide receiver. Based on his impressive speed, it's possible that he could work his way into the return game at some point as well.
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  • Marquez Stevenson: Off to waivers

    The Bills waived Stevenson on Wednesday, Aaron Wilson of reports. As expected, the Bills sent Stevenson to waivers with the expectation that they'll be able to sign him to their practice squad as long as he isn't snatched up by another team. The 24-year-old suffered a foot injury early in training camp and has been unavailable up until his activation from injured reserve Tuesday. If Stevenson is indeed added to Buffalo's practice squad, pending waivers, then he'd serve as additional wide receiver depth for the time being.
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  • Bills' Marquez Stevenson: Designated to return from IR

    Stevenson (foot) was designated to return from injured reserve Wednesday, Alaina Getzenberg of reports. Stevenson will return to practice Wednesday and officially start the 21-day window for the Bills to either activate him or leave him on IR for the rest of the 2022 campaign. The wide receiver has been unavailable since the start of the season and doesn't have a clear path to usage in the offense once healthy. However, Stevenson can fly and might be utilized in the return game.
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  • Bills' Marquez Stevenson: Heads to IR

    The Bills placed Stevenson (foot) on injured reserve Wednesday. Buffalo kept seven receivers ahead of roster cuts Tuesday, so the writing was on the wall for Stevenson to head to IR since he doesn't appear close to returning from surgery, which he underwent two weeks ago. Had Stevenson stayed healthy through the preseason and secured a spot on the Week 1 roster, he likely would have seen most of his playing time on special teams rather than on offense.
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  • Bills' Marquez Stevenson: Healthy scratch for MNF

    Stevenson (coach's decision) is inactive for Monday's matchup with the Patriots. Stevenson made his NFL debut in Week 12 against the Saints after spending the first 11 weeks of the regular season on injured reserve. The rookie sixth-round pick played just one offensive snap and eight special-teams snaps, so his absence Monday won't impact the Bills' offensive gameplan.
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  • Bills' Marquez Stevenson: Comes off IR

    Stevenson has been activated off injured reserve ahead of Thursday night's game against the Saints, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports. He's missed the entire season to date due to a head injury suffered during the preseason. Now that he's been activated, we'll see if the rookie sixth-rounder suits up for what's become a huge game for the reeling Bills at New Orleans. If Stevenson does play, Buffalo will be looking for his top-end speed to boost the special teams, though we wouldn't be surprised if the Bills tossed out a gadget play involving Stevenson, either.
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  • Bills' Marquez Stevenson: Gearing up for return

    Bills head coach Sean McDermott confirmed that Stevenson (head) has been designated for return from injured reserve Tuesday, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports. The transaction opens up a 21-day window for the Bills to evaluate Stevenson in practice, and McDermott didn't rule out the possibility of the sixth-round rookie out of Houston playing in Thursday's game against the Saints, per Joe Buscaglia of The Athletic. Stevenson was a preseason star, but he got banged up along the way and was ultimately the team placed on injured reserve ahead of Week 1. There's not much room in the receiving corps on this high-powered offense unless injuries strike, but the special-teams group could perhaps use a boost, and Stevenson can fly. If he gets activated in the next few weeks, Stevenson's ability to contribute in the return game is probably his best path to seeing the field on game days.
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  • Bills' Marquez Stevenson: Not practicing Wednesday

    Stevenson (head) didn't practice Wednesday, Alaina Getzenberg of reports. Stevenson is eligible to rejoin the team at any point after spending the mandatory three weeks on IR. However, he may need some more time to recover from the head injury he sustained during the preseason. When healthy, the rookie sixth-round pick will look to compete for a reserve spot as a depth receiver and kick returner.
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  • Bills' Marquez Stevenson: Sent to injured reserve

    The Bills placed Stevenson (head) on injured reserve Wednesday. Stevenson made Buffalo's initial 53-man roster, so he will be eligible to come off IR as early as Week 4 against the Texans. The rookie sixth-round pick projects to operate as a depth receiver and kick returner when healthy.
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  • Bills' Marquez Stevenson: Makes Buffalo's squad

    Stevenson (head) has made the Bills' initial 53-man roster, The Buffalo News reports. The sixth-round rookie from Houston can flat out fly, and even though he may be the No. 7 wide receiver on the depth chart, the Bills likely didn't want to risk losing his upside to the waiver wire. Stevenson is also expected to serve as a return option behind top guy Isaiah McKenzie (shoulder).
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  • Bills' Marquez Stevenson: Evaluated for head injury

    Stevenson was evaluated for a head injury during the Bills' 19-0 win against the Packers on Saturday. Stevenson returned from a foot injury to play in the Bills' preseason finale, but he was pulled from the contest to be evaluated for the head injury. The rookie has been competing for a spot on the wide receiver depth chart throughout the preseason. Stevenson has also flashed as a punt returner, scoring a 79-yard touchdown on a punt return in Buffalo's game against the Bears in Week 2 of the preseason. The 5-foot-10, 182-pounder was building a solid case to make the team as a contributor on special teams; however, his potential head injury may have an impact on his ability to make the final cut.
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  • Bills' Marquez Stevenson: X-rays negative

    Stevenson (foot) was ruled out for the remainder of Saturday's contest against the Bears, but his X-rays came back negative. Before being removed, Stevenson continued his strong preseason performance by returning a punt for a 79-yard touchdown. The sixth-round pick has a real shot at making the roster as a special teams contributor for the Bills this season.
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  • Bills' Marquez Stevenson: Questionable to return

    Stevenson is considered questionable to return to Saturday's preseason game against the Bears due to a foot/ankle injury, Matthew Fairburn of The Athletic reports. Stevenson is apparently undergoing X-rays on the injury to get a better idea of the severity. When healthy, the Bills' sixth-round pick is competing for a job contributing on special teams and providing depth at receiver.
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  • Bills' Marquez Stevenson: Strong pro debut

    Stevenson, the Bills' sixth-round pick in the 2021 Draft, led the team in receiving Friday by catching all three of his targets for 50 yards. Stevenson was also the team's leading kickoff returner with three returns for 74 yards. The rookie can all-out fly, but trying to figure out where he lands on the final roster is a tricky proposition, and perhaps the practice squad is his most likely path for now. However, Isaiah Hodgins did get hurt in Friday's game, which could give Stevenson more opportunity to stick.
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