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  • Lamar Miller: Works out for Dolphins

    Miller has a workout scheduled with the Dolphins on Monday, Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald reports. The Dolphins could be without their top three running backs, as Myles Gaskin and Salvon Ahmed are both on the reserve/COVID-19 list while Phillip Lindsay is battling an ankle injury. If signed, Miller -- who played in 61 games for Miami from 2012 through 2015 -- could take on a prominent role in Week 15 against the Jets if none of the three aforementioned running backs are cleared to return by then.
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  • Lamar Miller: Cut from practice squad

    Miller was cut from the Saints' practice squad Tuesday, Nick Underhill of NewOrleans.Football reports. Miller signed with the Saints' practice squad on Oct. 19 after being let go by Washington on Aug. 15. Aside from a single-game appearance with the Bears in 2020, Miller hasn't seen regular action since 2018 with Houston. The 30-year-old veteran will now try to get another shot in the NFL elsewhere.
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  • Lamar Miller: Joins Saints' practice squad

    New Orleans signed Miller to the practice squad Tuesday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Miller only suited up for one game last season, when he handled five offensive snaps without a carry for Chicago. Now, with Tony Jones (ankle) sidelined for at least a few more weeks, he will get a chance as an emergency option for the Saints.
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  • Lamar Miller: Works out for San Fran

    The 49ers brought in Miller for a workout Monday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Miller has appeared in just one game since 2018, but the 49ers are desperate as they deal with injuries to nearly every one of their rostered running backs. San Francisco also worked out Duke Johnson and T.J. Yeldon.
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  • Lamar Miller: Let go by Washington

    Miller will be released by Washington, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. The 30-year-old back last saw significant NFL action back in 2018, so it's not a big surprise to see him let go by Washington. Miller now will look to catch on elsewhere as a depth option, but at this stage he seems unlikely to emerge as a fantasy option in 2021.
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  • Football Team's Lamar Miller: Staying with Football Team

    Miller agreed Wednesday with Washington on a one-year contract, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. After missing the entire 2019 campaign with an ACL tear, Miller spent time in Chicago and then Washington in 2020, making his lone game appearance Week 10 for the Bears. He'll turn 30 this spring and won't face an easy task to earn a spot on the Football Team's Week 1 roster. Washington has both Antonio Gibson and J.D. McKissic under contract for the upcoming season.
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  • Football Team's Lamar Miller: Barely plays in 2020

    Miller played one game during the 2020 season, suiting up for the Bears in Week 10 and catching two passes for six yards. Coming back from his summer 2019 knee injury, Miller signed with the Patriots in August but was then released in early September. He later spent time with Chicago and Washington, logging a grand total of five snaps. The veteran running back can become an unrestricted free agent in March, a month before his 30th birthday.
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  • Football Team's Lamar Miller: Sitting out Saturday

    Miller (coach's decision) is inactive for Saturday's wild-card game against the Buccaneers, Nicki Jhabvala of The Washington Post reports. Miller has yet to play a game since signing with Washington on Dec. 16. Antonio Gibson figures to lead the team's backfield in its first playoff appearance since 2015. J.D. McKissic and Peyton Barber should rotate in as well.
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  • Football Team's Lamar Miller: Healthy scratch again

    Miller (coach's decision) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Eagles, Kyle Stackpole of Washington's official site reports. Miller hasn't made an appearance for Washington since being signed off Chicago's practice squad Dec. 16. With Antonio Gibson (toe) suiting up Sunday, the Football Team isn't in need of Miller's presence as an emergency option.
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  • Football Team's Lamar Miller: Healthy scratch for Week 16

    Miller (coach's decision) will not suit up for Sunday's game against the Panthers, Nicki Jhabvala of The Washington Post reports. The 29-year-old was signed off the Bears' practice squad Dec. 16, but he has yet to make an appearance for his new team. Miller was still working his way through league COVID-19 protocols when Washington hosted Seattle last Sunday, but this time around, he's been sidelined by a coach's decision. With Antonio Gibson (toe) making his first appearance since Week 13, and J.D. McKissic playing his usual passing-downs role, Peyton Barber will be the only other back on Washington's gameday roster.
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  • Football Team's Lamar Miller: Won't suit up Week 15

    Miller, who Washington signed off the Bears' practice squad Wednesday, won't be available for Sunday's game against the Seahawks, Nicki Jhabvala of the Washington Post and JP Finlay of NBC Sports Washington report. Per the reports, the veteran running back will need to go through COVID-19 testing protocols before he's eligible to suit up for Washington. In that case, he would be available for the team's last two regular-season games, as well as the playoffs, should Washington qualify. Miller provides the team with added backfield depth while Antonio Gibson deals with a toe injury, but he may not be in store for a significant role with Peyton Barber (ankle) and J.D. McKissic still in the backfield mix.
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  • Football Team's Lamar Miller: Joins Football Team

    Washington signed Miller off the Bears' practice squad Wednesday, JP Finlay of NBC Sports Washington reports. The 29-year-old running back's best days are almost certainly behind him, but Miller could get some looks down the stretch with his new team while top running back Antonio Gibson battles a toe injury. JD McKissic still appears locked in as Washington's top pass-catching option out of the backfield if Gibson can't go Week 15 against the Seahawks, but Miller could unseat Peyton Barber as the Football Team's primary ballcarrier. Barber, who is managing an ankle injury, is averaging a pedestrian 2.7 yards per carry this season.
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  • Lamar Miller: Returns to practice squad

    Miller reverted to the Bears' practice squad after Monday's 19-13 loss to the Vikings, per the NFL's official transaction log. The 29-year-old was elevated to the active roster for Monday's contest and made his team debut with two receptions for six yards. David Montgomery (concussion) was inactive but will have the bye week to recover before potentially missing additional contests. Miller could fill a minor role Week 12 versus Green Bay if he's again promoted from the practice squad.
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  • Bears' Lamar Miller: Pair of receptions in Chicago debut

    Miller caught two passes for six yards in Chicago's 19-13 loss to Minnesota on Monday. With David Montgomery sitting this game out with a concussion, Miller was given a small role in the offense and caught each of his two targets. If Montgomery continues to miss time after the Bears' Week 11 bye, Miller could have a similar role in Week 12 against the Packers.
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  • Lamar Miller: Closing in on promotion

    Coach Matt Nagy said Wednesday that Miller's "looking better and better each week" and is "getting close," Dan Wiederer of the Chicago Tribune reports. Miller remains on Chicago's practice squad, and Nagy's words suggest that the running back might still be getting up to speed physically in his recovery from a torn ACL. Once the team deems Miller ready, he should be elevated to the 53-man roster and join a thin backfield headlined by David Montgomery and jack-of-all-trades Cordarrelle Patterson.
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  • Lamar Miller: Links up with Bears' practice squad

    The Bears are slated to sign Miller to their practice squad, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports. Miller was among a number of running backs to work out for the Bears this week after Tarik Cohen tore his ACL in Week 3. If he's able to gain the favor of coach Matt Nagy and be signed to the active roster, Miller likely would slot in behind starter David Montgomery. Still, Miller hasn't played in an NFL game since the wild-card round for the Texans on Jan. 5, 2019, so it remains to be seen what he can contribute to Chicago's offense.
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  • Lamar Miller: Visiting with Bears

    Miller is among the group of running backs working out for the Bears in the wake of Tarik Cohen's season-ending ACL tear, Field Yates of reports. Chicago doesn't have any established options at the position behind David Montgomery, so the Bears would like to add a veteran presence. It remains to be seen whether Miller's that guy.
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  • Lamar Miller: Visit with Bills planned

    GM Brandon Beane confirmed that the Bills plan to bring Miller in for a visit, Chris Brown of the team's official site reports. Beane made it clear that no signing is imminent, noting that Miller's pending visit is "exploratory" and there's "a long way to go before we know if we'd add him to our roster." There had been some speculation that Miller, who was cut by the Patriots this past weekend, could end up on New England's practice squad or on IR under this season's less restrictive parameters. If Miller did end up joining the Bills down the road, however, he'd provide the team with veteran depth behind Devin Singletary and Zack Moss, and in the process supplant either T.J. Yeldon or Taiwan Jones.
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  • Lamar Miller: Cut by Patriots

    The Patriots have released Miller, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. The move is a bit surprising, but Miller is bouncing back from an ACL injury and may need a little more time to return to his pre-injury form, as New England running backs coach Ivan Fears recently suggested, per Mike Reiss of As Andrew Callahan of The Springfield Republican notes, it's still possible that the Patriots could bring Miller back at a later date.
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  • Patriots' Lamar Miller: Fellow running back injured

    A hand injury may threaten the Week 1 status of Miller's teammate, Damien Harris, ESPN's Mike Reiss reports. Harris was trending toward a key role in the Patriots' backfield to start the season, but his potential absence could create added early-season opportunities for last year's lead back Sony Michel, and perhaps Miller to a lesser extent, with pass-catching back James White and versatile Rex Burkhead also on hand. It may be a stretch to think that Miller -- who missed the 2019 season with a torn ACL -- is ready for a big workload out of the gate, but running backs coach Ivan Fears believes that 29-year-old, who averaged 4.6 yards per carry in 2018, can "bounce back and be the guy he was," while adding that he's sure "that's going to take a little time." The first order of business for Miller will be securing a roster spot, though it must be noted that some offseason rules changes have given teams added flexibility to stash players, something that could help Miller's cause in that regard.
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