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Tucker (undisclosed) isn't participating in June minicamp but is expected to practice once training camp starts, Greg Auman of Fox Sports reports.

The Syracuse product was projected by some as a mid-round pick in 2023 but ended up going undrafted amidst rumors of a medical concern, with Go Long's Bob McGinn reporting it to be a congenital heart condition. Being an undrafted free agent may have been a better outcome than landing in the late rounds on a stacked depth chart, as Tucker got the third-most guaranteed money ($155,000) of any UDFA running back this year and is now with a team that has arguably the worst backfield in the league. Rachaad White, Chase Edmonds, Ke'Shawn Vaughn and Patrick Laird are the veterans, joined by Tucker and fellow undrafted rookie Ronnie Brown.

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