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  • Bennie Logan: Moves to coaching

    Logan was hired by the LSU football program Tuesday as a defensive line analyst for the 2020 season, Brooks Kubena of The Advocate reports. Logan last suited up in the NFL for the Titans in 2018, producing just 14 tackles (five solo) across 15 games. His move to coaching likely spells the end of his playing career, where he racked up 230 tackles (161 solo) and seven sacks across six seasons in the NFL.
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  • Titans' Bennie Logan: Returns to practice

    Logan (elbow) was a full participant in Wednesday's practice, Turron Davenport of ESPN.com reports. Logan was sidelined during Sunday's game against the Ravens due to an elbow injury but appears to have recovered. Barring any setbacks, the rotational nose tackle appears on track to suit up against the Chargers in Week 7.
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  • Titans' Bennie Logan: Out with elbow injury

    Logan is inactive for Sunday's game against Baltimore due to an elbow injury, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports. Logan was added to the injury report Thursday and was unable to practice the rest of the week. Darius Kilgo will serve as the Titans' rotational nose tackle Sunday.
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  • Titans' Bennie Logan: Agrees to terms with Titans

    Logan has agreed to a deal with the Titans, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports Logan played 15 games for the Chiefs last season, starting 12 times and recording 52 tackles. The 28-year-old will bolster the interior of a Tennessee defensive line that's led by Jurrell Casey, who recorded at least five sacks each of the past five seasons. The Titans ranked fourth in the NFL with 88.8 rushing yards allowed per game last year, and Logan should only help that cause moving forward.
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  • Chiefs' Bennie Logan: Misses Wednesday's practice

    Logan (knee) did not practice Wednesday. It isn't clear if Logan injured his knee during Sunday's victory over Miami or if he's simply being given the day off. In any case, his status is worth monitoring in advance of Sunday's season finale in Denver.
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  • Chiefs' Bennie Logan: Full participant Thursday

    Logan (knee) was a full participant in practice Thursday. Head coach Andy Reid indicated earlier this week that the knee issue was a minor one, and Logan fully participating in practice Thursday confirms that. The 28-year-old is fully expected to play in Sunday's game against the Eagles at this point.
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  • Chiefs' Bennie Logan: Dealing with knee/quad contusion

    Logan is dealing with a knee/quad contusion, but head coach Andy Reid said he expected him to practice, Terez A. Paylor of The Kansas City Star reports. Logan's injury seems like a fairly minor one, as Reid remains optimistic that the nose tackle will be set to return to the field this week. Expect an update on Logan when he does return to practice.
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  • Chiefs' Bennie Logan: Logs 21 snaps Friday

    Logan recorded one tackle in 21 snaps during Friday's preseason loss to the Seahawks. Bailey appears to be healthy entering the 2017 season. That's great news for a Chiefs defense that had trouble stopping the run at times last year.
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  • Chiefs' Bennie Logan: Dealing with sore knee

    Logan did not practice Saturday due to a sore knee, Terez A. Paylor of The Kansas City Star reports. The fact that Logan is only dealing with soreness suggests this injury isn't anything to be overly concerned about. Jarvis Jones took his place in the base defense, though it was Rakeem Nunez-Roches who shifted over from end to fill in at nose tackle.
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  • Chiefs' Bennie Logan: Signing with Chiefs

    Logan will sign with the Chiefs, Terez A. Paylor of The Kansas City Star reports. Logan's signing could seem to indicate that Kansas City doesn't expect free agent Dontari Poe to return. A fellow run-stuffing nose tackle, Logan totaled 24 tackles and 2.5 sacks this past season, but that came after the Eagles switched to a 4-3 defense. In both of the prior two seasons, Logan posted at least 55 stops while working in a 3-4 scheme, which is what the Chiefs utilize.
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  • Eagles' Bennie Logan: Active for Sunday

    Logan (groin) is active for Sunday's tilt with the Falcons. Logan will take the field for the first time in three games and is expected to reclaim his role as a starting defensive tackle. However, the team could monitor his reps, meaning backup Beau Allen could see more action than usual.
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  • Eagles' Bennie Logan: Logs full practice

    Logan (groin) was a full participant in Wednesday's practice, Jeff McLane of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports. Logan has missed three consecutive games with a groin problem. However, his complete participation Wednesday suggests a return Sunday against the Falcons is imminent.
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  • Eagles' Bennie Logan: Will practice Wednesday

    Head coach Doug Pederson said Logan (groin) will be back at practice Wednesday. Logan -- the Eagles' top defender against the run -- has missed three straight games with a groin injury. Beau Allen has stepped up in his place, but Logan's potential return will certainly provide a boost to the Eagles' recently-suspect defense.
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  • Eagles' Bennie Logan: Ruled out for Sunday

    Logan (groin) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Giants. Logan is set to miss his third consecutive game in Week 9 as he continues to deal with the groin issue. In his absence, Beau Allen figures to pick up another start at defensive tackle.
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  • Eagles' Bennie Logan: Questionable to play

    Logan (groin) is questionable to play Sunday against the Giants, Jeff McLane of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports. After missing two consecutive games, Logan returned to practice this week, albeit in a limited fashion. Beau Allen will continue to start if he's ultimately unavailable.
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  • Eagles' Bennie Logan: Nearing return to practice

    Logan (groin) expects to return to practice at some point this week. Logan has missed the last two weeks while working back from a groin injury, but is reportedly nearing a return to full strength and should be back to practice at some point this week. If that return to practice holds true, Logan would likely be cleared for Sunday's matchup with the Giants and would jump back into his normal starting role, which would push Beau Allen back to the bench after logging a pair of starts in Logan's absence.
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  • Eagles' Bennie Logan: Won't return against Cowboys

    Logan (groin) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Cowboys. Logan will now miss his second straight game due to the groin injury he suffered in Week 6 against the Redskins. Beau Allen is consequently in line to get another start at defensive tackle.
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  • Eagles' Bennie Logan: Ruled out for Week 7

    Logan (groin) is inactive for Sunday's Week 7 matchup with the Vikings, Geoff Mosher of 97.5 FM The Fanatic reports. Logan missed all three of the Eagles' practices this week, and though he was listed as questionable heading into Sunday, he's still not healthy enough to play. Beau Allen is expected to slide into the starting lineup at defensive tackle in place of Logan.
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  • Eagles' Bennie Logan: Probably week-to-week with groin

    According to head coach Doug Pederson, Logan will probably be week-to-week with his left groin strain. Logan was forced from Sunday's game against the Redskins because of the injury but was able to return. If he is forced to miss time, expect Beau Allen to see an increased presence along the Eagles' defensive line.
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  • Eagles' Bennie Logan: Returns to game

    Logan (groin) has been cleared to return to Sunday's game against the Redskins, Jeff McClane of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports. Logan went down in the first half with a groin problem, but the injury did not prove serious.
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