McCray signed a one-year, $3.5 million contract with the Jaguars on Thursday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. McCray joins the Jaguars coming off a season in which he had just 16 tackles in 13 games played. He'll likely be a backup linebacker with the team and while he isn't expected to have a prominent role in the defense, he should provide special teams value.
McCray (concussion) was removed from the Bills' injury report. McCray sat out Buffalo's last three games and was limited in practice Wednesday due to a concussion he suffered in Week 13 but he was able to practice in full on Thursday and Friday this week. He's expected to be active for Sunday's matchup with the Jets, when he'll serve as a depth outside linebacker behind starters Jerry Hughes and Lorenzo Alexander.
McCray (concussion) was a full participant in Thursday's practice. McCray has missed the last three weeks with a concussion, but it appears he's finally on the brink of a return. He was able to take part in a full practice Thursday, which means he's officially graduated from the league-mandated concussion protocol. McCray should be active heading into Sunday's game against the Jets and will likely work as a depth option at outside linebacker behind the likes of Jerry Hughes and Lorenzo Alexander. We should get a final word on his availability over the next few days.
McCray (concussion) won't play in Saturday's game against the Dolphins, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports. McCray will be missing his third consecutive game due to the concussion he suffered in Week 13. The team hasn't been impacted greatly by the absence of the depth linebacker so far and likely won't come Saturday.
McCray (concussion) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Browns. This will be the second straight week McCray has been ruled out with a concussion, as he continues to go through the league's protocol. As a depth linebackers, McCray's absence shouldn't have much of an impact on the Bill's defensive game plan.