Gibson was released from the Panthers' practice squad Friday, Alaina Getzenberg of The Charlotte Observer reports. Carolina elected to bring in Gibson on Nov. 2, adding him to the team's practice squad after Washington cut ties with the 26-year-old Sept. 17. Gibson has made all 20 of his regular-season appearances as a member of the Eagles, with his last game played being Philadelphia's 17-9 wild-card loss to Seattle on Jan. 5. The West Virginia product will now seek NFL opportunity elsewhere following a short stint in Carolina.
Gibson signed to the Panthers' practice squad Monday, Myles Simmons of the Panthers' official site reports. The 25-year-old spent the first week of the season on Washington's practice squad, and he now has another opportunity midway through the season. Gibson last saw game action with the Eagles in 2015, catching one pass for 48 yards in 15 games.
Washington released Gibson from the practice squad Thursday. Gibson spent just over a week on Washington's practice squad before being cut. Given Gibson's NFL experience, particularly on special teams, he should be able to earn an opportunity with another organization.
Washington signed Gibson to the practice squad Monday, Ben Standig of The Athletic reports. Gibson wasn't with the team during training camp, and he hasn't played an NFL game since the 2019 season with Philadelphia. Washington is rostering just five receivers to start the season, so Gibson will act as depth in case of injury.
Gibson was cut by Philadelphia on Sunday. The 25-year-old's only appearance last season came in the playoffs, when he logged 13 snaps (two on offense) in the Eagles' wild-card loss to Seattle. Gibson also recorded three catches for 59 yards across 20 games in his three-year career with the Eagles. He'll look for employment elsewhere and may have just enough NFL experience to make another roster around the league.
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