J.J. Wilcox

DB / Atlanta Falcons / EXP: YRS Height: Weight: lb Age: College: None Bye 6

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    J.J. Wilcox: Likely to join Falcons soon

    J.J. Wilcox visited with the Falcons on Wednesday, and it is expected that he soon will re-sign with the team, D. Orlando Ledbetter of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.Though not yet official, Atlanta appears to be bringing back a familiar face in Wilcox after he was cut by the team Sept. 4. The Falcons secondary has been ravaged by injury, as A.J. Terrell (reserve-COVID-19), Darqueze Dennard (hamstring), Keanu Neal (hamstring) and Ricardo Allen (elbow) were all inactive for Week 4, and that was before Damontae Kazee suffered a torn Achilles during Monday night's loss to Green Bay.

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    J.J. Wilcox: Parting ways with Falcons

    J.J. Wilcox was cut by Atlanta on Friday, D. Orlando Ledbetter of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.The Falcons brought in Wilcox to provide secondary depth for the 2019 season, but he suffered a torn ACL at the start of training camp and did not end up appearing in a single game. Wilcox was re-signed by Atlanta in early August, but he ultimately was unable to carve out a backup role at safety for the upcoming season. The 2013 Cowboys third-round pick is now available for a team seeking veteran assistance in the secondary.

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    Falcons' J.J. Wilcox: Returns to Atlanta secondary

    The Atlanta Falcons have re-signed J.J. Wilcox, Will McFadden of the team's official site reports.Wilcox originally signed with the team last April, but his 2019 campaign was derailed by a torn ACL in July. Now that he's been officially brought back by the Falcons and presumably ready to practice, the 2013 third-rounder will provide the team with some needed depth at safety.

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    Falcons' J.J. Wilcox: Set to return to Falcons

    J.J. Wilcox (knee-ACL) is prepared to sign a one-year contract with the Atlanta Falcons, Vaughn McClure of ESPN.com reports.The 29-year-old must first pass a physical and COVID-19 screening before joining the team, but those seem to be the only factors holding up the transaction from becoming official. After spending his 2018 campaign with the Colts and Jets, Wilcox signed on with Atlanta heading into 2019, and he was projected to potentially fill in a second-string role at safety before an ACL tear in late July cut his season short. Now nearing a return to the field following a long recuperation process, Wilcox provides further depth to the Falcons' secondary after the team brought in veteran Darqueze Dennard earlier this week.

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    Falcons' J.J. Wilcox: Lands on IR

    The Atlanta Falcons placed J.J. Wilcox (knee) on injured reserve Tuesday.Wilcox suffered a season-ending ACL tear during the first day of Atlanta's training camp. He appeared in two games with the Colts last season, recording four tackles (three solo). With Wilcox out for 2019, Damontae Kazee will likely step up as the primary backup to Keanu Neal (knee).

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    Falcons' J.J. Wilcox: Devastating injury at start of camp

    J.J. Wilcox suffered a torn ACL at practice Monday and is out for the season, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.Wilcox went down in a heap and had to be helped off the field by teammates, and he was later seen limping noticeably before being escorted to the locker room by trainers. Coach Dan Quinn did not specify the nature or severity of the issue immediately after practice, but it was revealed soon thereafter that the 28-year-old safety's season would be over before it truly got underway. Wilcox was not expected to start over Keanu Neal (knee-ACL) by any stretch, but he was certainly considered to be a steady rotational player who could see substantial regular-season playing time. Now that Wilcox is out for 2019, Damontae Kazee would likely be the No. 2 option at strong safety if Neal were to miss time.

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    Falcons' J.J. Wilcox: Lands in Atlanta

    J.J. Wilcox agreed to a one-year deal with the Atlanta Falcons on Monday, Will McFadden of the team's official site reports.Wilcox suited up for seven games between the Colts and Jets last season without a single start, notching seven tackles in that span. The 28-year-old projects to provide the Falcons with depth at the safety position behind Keanu Neal (knee) and Ricardo Allen (Achilles).

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    Colts' J.J. Wilcox: Clear of ankle issue

    J.J. Wilcox (ankle) was listed as a full participant at Tuesday's walkthrough.Wilcox was unable to play in Saturday's wild-card win over the Texans, but his quick return to practice -- though it's still just an estimation -- bodes well for the divisional round. The Indianapolis Colts may need the added depth at safety with Clayton Geathers (knee), Mike Mitchell (calf) and Malik Hooker (foot) all nursing injuries.

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    Colts' J.J. Wilcox: Inactive Saturday

    J.J. Wilcox (ankle) is listed as inactive for Saturday's wild-card game versus the Indianapolis Colts.There was optimism that Wilcox would be able to suit up when he was upgraded to from doubtful to questionable Friday. However, he will ultimately watch from the sideline. His absence should not have much of an impact on the Colts' secondary, as Clayton Geathers (knee) is returning from a two-game absence.

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    Colts' J.J. Wilcox: Upgraded to questionable

    J.J. Wilcox (ankle) is upgraded to questionable for Saturday's wild-card game against the Texans, Andrew Walker of the Indianapolis Colts' official site reports.Wilcox was initially listed as doubtful for Indianapolis' playoff opener due to an ankle injury, but he now appears to be trending in the right direction. With starter Clayton Geathers, who has missed the last two games due to a knee injury, also listed as questionable, Wilcox will be a key reinforcement to the Colts' secondary if he's able to take the field.

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