Marquise Goodwin

WR / Philadelphia Eagles / EXP: YRS Height: Weight: lb Age: College: None Bye 9

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    Eagles' Marquise Goodwin: Opts out of season

    Marquise Goodwin is in line to opt out of the 2020 NFL season due to COVID-19 concerns, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.Per the report, Goodwin based his decision on a desire to remain with his family in the coming months. The Philadelphia Eagles acquired the speedy wideout from the 49ers in a deal during this year's draft. Goodwin logged 12 catches for 186 yards and a TD in nine games with San Francisco last season.

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    Eagles' Marquise Goodwin: Restructures deal with Philly

    Marquise Goodwin (knee) agreed to a one-year, $1.35 million restructured deal with the Philadelphia Eagles on Saturday, Mike Kaye of The Newark Star-Ledger reports.The 49ers shipped the 29-year-old to the Eagles earlier in the day, and it's not a major surprise to see a reworked contract as he was set to receive over $9 million in base salary over the next two seasons. Goodwin is now essentially on a one-year, prove-it deal with Philadelphia, and he'll need to avoid the injury issues that limited him to 20 games over the last two seasons.

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    Eagles' Marquise Goodwin: Traded to Philly

    Marquise Goodwin (knee) was traded to the Philadelphia Eagles from the 49ers on Saturday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.That's now three Day 3 trades made by the 49ers during the 2020 NFL Draft, with the latter two (Matt Breida to the Dolphins being the other) saving the team around $7 million in cap space this season. After a 2019 campaign that saw the Eagles decimated by injuries and ineffectiveness, Philadelphia has aggressively added speed to its receiving corps, first with the first-round selection of Jalen Reagor and now the addition of Goodwin. The 2012 Olympic long jumper isn't any more of an obvious starting wide receiver than when he was with San Francisco, but he's an intriguing weapon in an offense that was essentially devoid of any sort of speed, and he should at minimum be a useful gadget player and returner in his new home.

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    49ers' Marquise Goodwin: Shopped by 49ers

    General manager John Lynch said Godwin (knee) is still being shopped, Eric Branch of The San Francisco Chronicle reports.The San Francisco 49ers presumably are hoping for a late-round pick as compensation, considering Marquise Goodwin is scheduled for a $3.95 million base salary and $4.9 million cap hit in 2020 (per Lynch and coach Kyle Shanahan both have said they don't want to cut the 29-year-old wideout, but that's what may ultimately happen if the Niners can't find a trade partner before the 2020 NFL Draft. The other scenario that might work is Goodwin accepting a pay cut to stick around in San Francisco, though he'd be facing a tough numbers game on a roster that has no shortage of quick, undersized wideouts. Goodwin finished 2019 on injured reserve with an unspecified knee injury.

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    49ers' Marquise Goodwin: Could be cut

    Marquise Goodwin (knee) may be released at some point this offseason, according to Matt Maiocco of NBC Sports Bay Area.Coach Kyle Shanahan sung a different tune in February, saying Goodwin is "too valuable" to be cut but might be available for trade. Shanahan had an obvious incentive to say what he said, as the Niners would have a tough time finding trade offers if other teams knew they'd end up releasing Goodwin anyway. With nothing cooking on the trade front, it now seems increasingly likely the team either cuts Goodwin or asks him to take a pay cut. The speedy 29-year-old was limited to nine games in 2019, catching 12 passes for 186 yards and a touchdown before an unspecified knee injury sent him to injured reserve in December.

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    49ers' Marquise Goodwin: Could be traded, won't be cut

    Coach Kyle Shanahan said Tuesday that the San Francisco 49ers are open to trading Marquise Goodwin (knee) during the offseason, Matt Barrows of The Athletic reports.Shanahan also clarified that Goodwin is "too valuable" to be simply released, indicating that the only way San Francisco would consider moving on from the 29-year-old speedster would be to find a trade partner willing to take on his $4.9 million cap hit for 2020. Since putting together an impressive 2017 campaign (56 catches for 962 yards and two touchdowns), Goodwin has now gone back-to-back seasons without surpassing 400 receiving yards or 25 catches. He appeared in just nine regular-season games in 2019, and a timetable for his recovery from a knee injury remains unknown.

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    49ers' Marquise Goodwin: Heading to injured reserve

    Marquise Goodwin (knee) was placed on injured reserve Tuesday, Field Yates of ESPN reports.The wideout had a regular role in the offense during the San Francisco 49ers' first five games of the season, but Goodwin had minimal results, namely 11 receptions (on 15 targets) for 181 yards and one touchdown. He then missed some time due to a personal matter and was buried on the depth chart thereafter due to the addition of Emmanuel Sanders and the emergence of Deebo Samuel and Kendrick Bourne. Goodwin will focus on rehabbing his knee injury moving forward while his teammates seek the No. 1 seed in the NFC side of the playoffs.

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    49ers' Marquise Goodwin: Not playing Week 14

    Marquise Goodwin (knee) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Saints, Matt Maiocco of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.Both Goodwin and Dante Pettis (knee) will be sidelined in Week 14, leaving the San Francisco 49ers with only four receivers in uniform. Even while ostensibly healthy during the previous two weeks, Goodwin logged just one snap (on special teams) between the 49ers' win over Green Bay and loss to Baltimore.

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    49ers' Marquise Goodwin: Officially questionable

    Marquise Goodwin (knee) is listed as questionable for Sunday's contest against the Saints, Nick Wagoner of reports.Goodwin's role with the San Francisco 49ers has declined to that of a depth wideout and special-teams contributor over the course of the season, so even if he ends up inactive for Sunday's tilt in New Orleans there wouldn't be large fantasy ramifications. Emmanuel Sanders, Deebo Samuel and Kendrick Bourne will operate as San Francisco's starting wideouts Week 14.

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    49ers' Marquise Goodwin: Active, but no offensive snaps

    Marquise Goodwin only played one snap on special teams in Sunday's 20-17 loss to Baltimore.Goodwin has fallen from starting wideout to a ghost on special teams over the course of this season. The project of trying to turn the Olympic sprinter into an every-down receiver may be over in San Francisco. We may see Goodwin surface again in some capacity this season, but for now it appears that he has fallen out of favor on the depth chart.