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2021 -1 -1.00
3y Avg. -0 0.00
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  • Nate McCrary: Cut by Green Bay

    The Packers waived McCrary on Tuesday, Wes Hodkiewicz of the team's official site reports. McCrary and Patrick Taylor lost out on the No. 3 running back spot to rookie UDFA Emanuel Wilson. McCrary was picked up by the Packers on Aug. 7 after being let go by the Browns three days prior. He could look to return to Green Bay's practice squad once he clears waivers or look for opportunities elsewhere.
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  • Packers' Nate McCrary: Picked up by Pack

    McCrary has signed with Green Bay, Aaron Wilson of KPRC 2 Houston reports. McCrary bounced around several practice squads during his rookie campaign in 2022. He subsequently signed a reserve/future contract with the Browns following the season, but he was ultimatey waived Aug. 4. After clearing waivers, he has found a new opportuinty in Green Bay.
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  • Browns' Nate McCrary: Finds new home

    McCrary signed a reserve/future contract with the Browns on Wednesday, Chad Krispinsky of reports. McCrary opened training camp with the Ravens but he then found his way to Carolina after not making the team's initial 53-man roster. He was then cut by the Panthers Dec. 13 and remained a free agent. He'll work to earn a role in Cleveland next season.
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  • Nate McCrary: Let go Tuesday

    McCrary was cut from the Panthers' practice squad Tuesday, Darin Gantt of the team's official site reports. McCrary joined the team Nov. 1, but he never worked his way to the active roster. He was let go to make room for Tae Hayes, who was signed to the practice squad Tuesday in a corresponding move. McCrary, who spent last season with Baltimore, will now work to earn an opportunity elsewhere.
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  • Ravens' Nate McCrary: Does not make roster

    The Ravens have waived McCrary, Jamison Hensley of reports. McCrary is a casualty of Baltimore's final roster cuts, as he was unable to move up the depth chart during the preseason. He spent time on the team's practice squad in 2021. He will be a candidate to start 2022 there again assuming he clears waivers.
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  • Ravens' Nate McCrary: Comes back for preseason finale

    McCrary (knee) netted minus-3 yards on two carries in Baltimore's preseason game Saturday. McCrary appears to be healthy after leaving the Ravens' previous preseason outing against the Cardinals with a knee injury. However, the undrafted back ultimately saw action on just one drive Saturday, with his second rushing attempt stopped behind the line of scrimmage for a four-yard loss. McCrary's mere 14 offensive snaps don't spell well for his chances to make Baltimore's 53-man roster heading into final cuts Tuesday.
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  • Ravens' Nate McCrary: Signs new contract with Ravens

    The Ravens signed McCrary to a reserve/contract Tuesday. The running back was active for one game with the Ravens in 2021, but he will be back with the team for the 2022 season. McCrary appeared in the Ravens' Week 13 game against the Steelers, rushing once for a loss of a yard. He finished the season on the practice squad injured list with an undisclosed injury but appears healthy heading into the offseason.
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  • Nate McCrary: Hits practice squad injured list

    McCrary (undisclosed) was placed on the Ravens' practice squad injured list Thursday, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports. The Ravens wanted to get a look at McCrary over the latter portion of the season, although he didn't get into the lone game he was active for in Week 13. He's struggled to stay healthy since, spending time on the COVID-19 list and now this unspecified injury.
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  • Nate McCrary: Restored to practice squad

    McCrary was activated from the Ravens' practice squad COVID-19 list Friday, Cliffton Brown of the Ravens' official site reports. McCrary went undrafted out of Saginaw Valley State and signed with the Ravens as a free agent after the 2021 NFL Draft. He was elevated for the Ravens' Week 13 contest against the Steelers, but he had no impact on the game. With the Ravens having no shortage of running back options, it'll take some work for McCrary to see the active roster again, but now that he's back to being active on the practice squad, he'll try to make it happen.
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  • Nate McCrary: Set for absence

    McCrary (undisclosed) was placed on the Ravens' practice squad COVID-19 list Thursday, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports. McCrary has spent the majority of the 2021 season on the Ravens' practice squad. He was elevated to the active roster in Week 13 against Pittsburgh and logged one carry for minus-1 yards. However, given his placement on the COVID-19 list, he is unlikely to be eligible for promotion from the practice squad for Sunday's matchup against the Packers.
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  • Ravens' Nate McCrary: Promoted to face Steelers

    McCrary was elevated from the practice squad Saturday, Ryan Mink of the Ravens' official site reports. McCrary was elevated after Kevon Seymour (illness) was placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list. It remains unclear if McCrary will be active Sunday, as that would likely require the Ravens to make Ty'Son Williams inactive. Even if he suits up, McCrary would probably see most of his playing time on special teams.
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  • Nate McCrary: Joins Baltimore's practice squad

    The Ravens signed McCrary to their practice squad Tuesday. McCrary had a strong preseason for the Ravens, rushing 42 times for 163 yards and a touchdown, but he was scooped up by the Broncos' practice squad after failing to make Baltimore's initial 53-man roster. He didn't appear in any games for the Broncos this season and elected to return to Baltimore instead of staying in Denver. The Ravens continue to cycle through running backs after losing J.K. Dobbins (knee) and Gus Edwards (knee) for the season. They currently have Ty'Son Williams, Latavius Murray and Devonta Freeman on their active roster, and McCrary now joins Le'Veon Bell on the practice squad.
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  • Broncos' Nate McCrary: Inactive for Week 1

    McCrary (coach's decision) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Giants. McCrary is not carrying an injury designation, so the backup running back is simply a healthy scratch. His next chance to make his season debut comes Week 2 at Jacksonville.
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