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  • Chargers' Denzel Perryman: Links back up with Bolts

    Perry agreed to sign a one-year, $3 million deal with the Chargers on Sunday, Jeremy Fowler of reports. Perryman will rejoin the team for which he played during the first six seasons of his career. The 31-year-old popped in his first season after leaving the Chargers, tallying a career-high 154 tackles en route to his first career Pro Bowl campaign with the Raiders in 2021. His production came back down to earth in both of the last two seasons, as he tallied 83 tackles with the Raiders in 2022 before logging 76 tackles with the Texans in 2023. The 5-foot-11 inside linebacker also appeared in just 12 regular-season games during each of those campaigns. Perryman should provide a solid veteran presence for the Chargers, as the team currently includes two rather unproven inside linebackers in Nick Niemann and Daiyan Henley.
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  • Texans' Denzel Perryman: Ready to go for divisional round

    Perryman (ribs) does not carry an injury designation into Saturday's divisional-round matchup with the Ravens. Perryman suffered an injury to his ribs in the Texans' wild-card round win over the Browns and he was limited at the team's three practices this week, but he appears to be ready to go for the divisional round. The middle linebacker recorded three solo tackles before exiting Houston's victory over Cleveland, and he'll look to return to form with a full workload in Baltimore.
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  • Texans' Denzel Perryman: Exits wild-card game with rib issue

    Perryman injured his ribs in Saturday's playoff contest against Cleveland and is questionable to return. Perryman exited in the second half of the contest, though it's unclear how the injury occurred. The linebacker racked up three tackles early in the first quarter but hadn't posted any more between then and his exit. Neville Hewitt could see more snaps if Perryman is unable to return.
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  • Texans' Denzel Perryman: Listed as questionable for Week 16

    Perryman (Achilles) is questionable for Sunday's game against the Browns. Perryman was a limited participant in all three practice sessions this week to give himself a chance to play Sunday. Since returning from his suspension, he has 20 tackles (11 solo) in three games.
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  • Texans' Denzel Perryman: Double-digit tackles in win

    Perryman tallied 11 tackles (seven solo) during Sunday's 19-16 overtime win over the Titans. Perryman recorded double-digit tackles for the first time since Week 1, handling 92 percent of defensive snaps during the Houston's narrow overtime win. The veteran linebacker has handled at least 80 percent of defensive snaps in three of his last four appearances, putting him on the IDP fantasy radar as a potential flex option versus the Browns in Week 16.
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  • Texans' Denzel Perryman: Back from suspension

    Perryman was reinstated from the reserve/suspended list Monday. Perryman is in line to return from a two-game suspension in Week 13 versus the Broncos. He's been productive when he's been on the field so far this season with 41 tackles in six games, making him a reasonable IDP play come Sunday.
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  • Texans' Denzel Perryman: Handed down suspension

    Perryman was suspended by the NFL on Tuesday for three games due to repeated violations of playing rules intended to protect the health and safety of players, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Perryman's suspension comes after he lowered his head and delivered a blow to Ja'Marr Chase in the fourth quarter of Sunday's win over the Bengals, which resulted in a flag for unnecessary roughness. Due to having received six violations for this rule in his career, including in Week 2 of this season, Vice President of Football Operations Jon Runyan handed down the suspension. Perryman can appeal the suspension, but it's not yet known if he will. While the 30-year-old is out of action, Henry To'oTo'o, Christian Harris and Blake Cashman should be the Texans' primary options at linebacker.
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  • Texans' Denzel Perryman: Productive in return

    Perryman registered nine tackles (six solo), including half a sack, in Houston's 15-13 loss to the Panthers on Sunday. Perryman missed the team's previous game with a hand injury and was productive in his return, as led the team in tackles while also getting to the quarterback for the first time this season. The 2015 second-round pick now has 30 tackles (18 solo) in four games and will look to add to those totals versus Tampa Bay next week.
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  • Texans' Denzel Perryman: Sitting out Sunday

    The Texans have ruled Perryman (hand) out for Sunday's game against the Steelers. Perryman failed to practice in any capacity this week and will miss a second straight game as a result. Henry To'oTo'o, who recorded 10 tackles in the Week 3 win over Jacksonville, is expected to pick up another start at middle linebacker in Perryman's stead.
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  • Texans' Denzel Perryman: Doesn't practice Wednesday

    Perryman (hand/wrist) did not participate in Wednesday's practice. Perryman missed last week's upset win over the Jaguars. He played 100 percent of the defensive snaps in Week 2 against the Colts, so it's unclear when he was actually injured. Perryman has 18 tackles through two contests. Christian Harris, Blake Cashman and Henry To'oTo'o started at linebacker for Houston last week.
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  • Texans' Denzel Perryman: Won't play at Jacksonville

    Perryman (hand) is listed as out for Sunday's game at the Jaguars. After missing practice all week with a hand injury, Perryman will sit out in Week 3. Cory Littleton is likely to see increased work in his absence, and it's not clear how long it will take before Perryman is ready to play again.
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  • Texans' Denzel Perryman: Misses practice Wednesday

    Perryman (hand) did not participate at practice Wednesday. The issue seems to be a new one for Perryman, who has 19 tackles over two games in 2023. It's unclear at this point what the actual nature of the injury is.
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  • Texans' Denzel Perryman: Records eight stops against Colts

    Perryman logged eight tackles (five solo) in Sunday's Week 2 loss to Indianapolis. Perryman finished behind M.J. Stewart for the team lead in tackles. Perryman played every defensive snap for the Texans and has been a steady presence so far in his first season with Houston. The veteran linebacker has tallied 19 stops (11 solo) through the first two weeks of the campaign.
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  • Texans' Denzel Perryman: Logs sack Thursday

    Perryman had four tackles and one sack in Thursday's preseason game against the Patriots. Perryman's sack forced New England to kick a field goal after the Patriots had intercepted C.J. Stroud in Houston's end of the field. Entering his ninth season, Perryman is expected to start at middle linebacker for the Texans.
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  • Texans' Denzel Perryman: Recovering from labrum surgery

    Perryman is recovering from offseason labrum surgery and didn't practice Tuesday at OTAs, Aaron Wilson of KPRC 2 Houston reports. Perryman recorded 237 tackles over 27 games in two seasons with Las Vegas, but he suffered a season-ending shoulder injury in Week 16 last year. He agreed to a one-year deal with the Texans this offseason and presumably had to pass a physical, but he remains sidelined to start Houston's offseason program. It's unclear when he'll be able to play again, but whenever he's healthy, the veteran linebacker figures to compete for a sizable role in the Texans' defense.
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  • Texans' Denzel Perryman: Lands with Houston

    Perryman agreed to a one-year contract with the Texans on Wednesday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Perryman spent the last two seasons with the Raiders and will now make the move to Houston. He finished the 2022 campaign with 83 tackles (54 solo), one sack, two pass breakups and two interceptions in 12 contests. Perryman should play a significant role within the Houston defense in 2023 now that he has had time to recover from a dislocated shoulder he suffered late in the past season.
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  • Raiders' Denzel Perryman: Heads to IR

    Las Vegas placed Perryman (shoulder) on injured reserve Wednesday. Perryman was expected to miss the final two games of the regular season after dislocating his shoulder during last week's loss to Pittsburgh, so his move to IR was simply transactional. The veteran linebacker will end the season with 83 tackles, two interceptions and one sack across 12 appearances.
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  • Raiders' Denzel Perryman: Leaves with shoulder injury

    Perryman left Saturday's loss to the Steelers with a shoulder injury. Perryman picked up four tackles (two solo) and an interception in Saturday's contest, but his night came to an early end due to the injury he picked up in the fourth quarter. He had to be helped off the field, but the extent of his injury is not yet known.
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  • Raiders' Denzel Perryman: Six stops Week 11

    Perryman recorded six tackles (five solo) during Sunday's 22-16 overtime victory versus the Broncos. Perryman played 71 percent of Las Vegas' defensive snaps after sitting out last week's loss to Indianapolis due to a lingering hip injury. The 29-year-old also paced the Raiders' linebackers in stops, tying defensive end Maxx Crosby for the team's second-most tackles against Denver. Perryman has now recorded 24 tackles while playing 140 defensive snaps over his past three games, and he should continue to slot in as one of his team's top tacklers while Divine Deablo (forearm) remains out on IR.
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  • Raiders' Denzel Perryman: Will suit up Sunday

    Perryman (hip) is listed as active for Sunday's game against the Broncos. Perryman was ruled inactive with a hip injury ahead of last week's loss to the Colts, leaving him questionable to play Week 11. However, the issue appears to have improved after a week off, and the middle linebacker should reprise his starting role between Jayon Brown and Luke Masterson on Sunday.
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