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Josh Doctson: Parts ways with Cards
Doctson was released from Arizona's practice squad Tuesday.
Doctson has been on the Cardinals' practice squad all season and missed some time after testing positive for COVID-19, and he's now been let go by the team. The former 2016 first-round pick hasn't seen NFL action since 2019 with Minnesota.... See More ... See Less
Josh Doctson: Returns from COVID list
Doctson was restored to the Cardinals' practice squad from the practice squad COVID-19 list Monday, Darren Urban of the team's official site reports.
Doctson tested positive for the virus last week but has rejoined the practice squad now that he's cleared the health and safety protocols. The 2016 first-round pick hasn't seen game action since 2019 when he appeared in one game with Minnesota.... See More ... See Less
Josh Doctson: Tests positive for COVID
Doctson has tested positive for COVID-19 and will be placed on the Cardinals' practice squad-COVID list, Howard Balzer of SI.com reports.
Doctson spent most of his offseason with the Jets before getting released and signing onto the Cardinals' practice squad. The former first-round pick from 2016 likely won't be activated to Arizona's roster anytime soon, barring substantial injuries to the team's receivers.... See More ... See Less
Josh Doctson: Lands on Cards' practice squad
Doctson has signed with the Cardinals' practice squad.
Doctson was released by the Jets in mid-May and didn't have a team for fall camp after opting out of the 2020 campaign. The 2016 first-round pick has found a home on the practice squad, however, and could eventually work his way on to the active roster if injuries surface.... See More ... See Less
Josh Doctson: Let go Friday
Doctson was released by the Jets on Friday.
Doctson opted out of the 2020 season, which could have had an impact on the team's roster decision. The 2016 first-round pick has played in just one game over the past two years, splitting time between the Vikings and Jets after being let go by Washington following the end of his rookie deal.... See More ... See Less
Jets' Josh Doctson: Will return in 2021
Doctson plans to play in 2021 after opting out last season, journalist Manish Mehta reports.
Doctson will carry a cap hit of $985,000 in 2021. Washington's 2016 first-round pick hasn't lived up his lofty draft-day billing thus far, and he's no guarantee to make the roster in New York, especially if the year off has further eroded Doctson's skills.... See More ... See Less
Jets' Josh Doctson: Opts out of 2020 campaign
Doctson has elected to opt out of the 2020 NFL season, Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News reports.
Doctson had been in line to compete for outside wide receiver snaps with Breshad Perriman and rookie second-rounder Denzel Mims. The 2016 first-rounder didn't catch a pass in his lone regular-season game with the Vikings last season.... See More ... See Less
Jets' Josh Doctson: Signs with Jets
Doctson has agreed to a deal with the Jets.
Doctson, a first-round pick in 2016, was waived by both the Redskins and Vikings in 2020. He only played seven offensive snaps in Minnesota due to a nagging hamstring injury. He will now look to make an impression with the Jets during the offseason and earn a role catching passes from Sam Darnold.... See More ... See Less
Josh Doctson: Cut loose by Vikings
The Vikings waived Doctson on Tuesday.
After spending most of the season on injured reserve due to a hamstring injury, Doctson had a chance to make an impact Week 11, only to play seven offensive snaps and not get targeted in the Vikings' comeback win against the Broncos. As the team comes off its bye, Minnesota has decided to wave goodbye to the 2016 first-round pick.... See More ... See Less
Vikings' Josh Doctson: Active against Denver
Doctson is active for Sunday's game against Denver and will serve as the fourth receiver, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports.
Doctson spent the first two months on injured reserve with a strained hamstring. He'll likely have a small role initially, but he could eventually become the No 3. receiver.... See More ... See Less
Vikings' Josh Doctson: Activated from IR
The Vikings activated Doctson (hamstring) from injured reserve Friday.
Doctson will fill the opening on the 53-man roster that was created by the Vikings' recent release of fellow wideout Davion Davis. With Adam Thielen (hamstring) ruled out for Sunday's tilt against the Broncos, Doctson's return comes at an opportune time to bolster Minnesota's receiving corps. He could have a chance to unseat Laquon Treadwell for the No. 3 receiver role right away in Week 11.... See More ... See Less
Vikings' Josh Doctson: Designated for return from IR
Doctson (hamstring) was designated to return from injured reserve Wednesday after joining the Vikings for practice.
Doctson won't be eligible to play in Sunday's game against the Chiefs, but he could make it back for Week 10 in Dallas. His odds of earning snaps on offense may depend on Adam Thielen's recovery from a hamstring injury of his own.... See More ... See Less
Vikings' Josh Doctson: Targeting Week 10 return
Doctson (hamstring) said Thursday that he's targeting a return from injured reserve Nov. 10 versus the Cowboys, Chris Tomasson of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports.
Doctson said he's hoping to retake the field as early as he is eligible. The 2016 first-round pick is nursing a hamstring injury suffered Sept. 11, according to Tomasson. If Doctson is indeed able to get to full health in time to suit up Week 10 against Dallas, he'll likely be restricted to a depth role behind Adam Thielen and Stefon Diggs. Laquon Treadwell and Bisi Johnson will compete for the No. 3 receiver gig in the meantime.... See More ... See Less
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