Pat Edwards

WR / Detroit Lions / EXP: YRS Height: Weight: lb Age: College: None Bye 9,18,19,20,21

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  • by Marty Gitlin |

    Lions bring back S Couplin, waive WR Edwards

    The Lions have re-signed safety Jerome Couplin to the practice squad and released wide receiver Patrick Edwards from the same unit. Couplin had been waived Tuesday.

  • by Larry Hartstein | Senior Analyst

    Lions bring back WR Pat Edwards, cut DT Derrick Hopkins

    The Lions signed wideout Pat Edwards to their practice squad. He started two games and appeared in four for the team last season, catching five passes for 46 yards. To make room, Detroit released defensive tackle Derrick Hopkins.

  • by Larry Hartstein | Senior Analyst

    Lions sign 10 to reserve/futures contracts

    The Lions signed receivers Pat Edwards, Corey Fuller, Carlin Isles and Cody Wilson, running back Steven Miller, linebacker Jon Morgan, kickers John Potter and Giorgio Tavecchio, and defensive tackles Xavier Proctor and Jimmy Saddler-McQueen to reserve/futures contracts.

  • by Michael Hurcomb | Fantasy Writer

    Lions make change to practice squad

    The Lions announced Wednesday wide receiver Pat Edwards, who was waived Monday, was added to the practice squad. Running back Shaun Chapas was released to clear a roster spot.

  • by Michael Hurcomb | Fantasy Writer

    Lions waive Pat Edwards

    The Lions waived second-year receiver Pat Edwards to clear a roster spot for tight end Dorin Dickerson. Edwards managed just five catches for 46 yards through four games.

  • by Nando Di Fino | Senior Fantasy Writer

    Pat Edwards has 16 yards in Week 5

    Lions wide receiver Pat Edwards caught two passes for 16 yards in Sunday's 22-9 loss to the Packers. Edwards was one of eight players to catch a pass; the team was playing without Calvin Johnson, who was declared inactive with a knee injury prior to the game. Edwards missed Weeks 3 and 4 with an ankle injury. He now has 46 total yards on the season. The Lions face the Browns in Week 6.

  • by Chris Towers |

    Pat Edwards suits up Sunday

    Lions wide receiver Pat Edwards was able to play, as expected, in Week 5 against the Packers, after being listed on the injury report as probable with an ankle injury.

  • by Chris Cwik |

    Three Lions considered probable for Packers game

    Lions LB Ashlee Palmer, WR Pat Edwards and T Jason Fox are probable Week 5 against the Packers. Palmer was limited in practice Friday with an ankle injury. Both Edwards and Fox were able to fully participate throughout the week.

  • by Chris Cwik |

    Pat Edwards not in danger despite Lions signing receiver

    Lions wide receiver Pat Edwards is not in danger of losing time after the team signed Kevin Ogletree, according to Offensive coordinator Scott Lineham said signing Ogletree was done to shore up the depth at the position, and wasn't necessarily an indictment of Edwards' play. Edwards' biggest issue has been "availability" according to Linehan. Edwards has been limited by a high ankle sprain that he suffered during Week 2. Edwards has caught 3 balls for 30 yards.

  • by Nando Di Fino | Senior Fantasy Writer

    Pat Edwards an intriguing deep Week 5 option

    On any other team, in any other week, Lions receiver Pat Edwards would be an afterthought. But with the Lions being a pass-happy team without their No. 2 wide receiver (Nate Burleson), there's a bit of a void in the receiving corps that needs to be filled. Edwards was inactive Week 4, nursing an ankle injury. He's been probable this week with the same ailment. And he's played just two games this season, catching three passes for 30 yards. However, Ryan Broyles is coming off knee surgery and still getting acclimated, Brandon Pettigrew is a bit of an erratic wildcard, and Kris Durham doesn't have much of a track record to go on. Edwards' Week 5 opponent, the Packers, have allowed the third-most Fantasy points and seventh-most receiving yards per game. This isn't for 12-team leagues looking to fill a bye week, but Fantasy players in 18-team formats in desperate need of a wide receiver might want to consider the upside of Edwards. It's a huge risk -- but it's a calculated one, based on the matchup and set of circumstances.

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