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  • Eric Ebron: Works out with Giants

    Ebron had a tryout with the Giants on Monday, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports. Ebron was one of two free-agent tight ends brought in for a workout with New York on Monday, according to Howard Balzer of SI.com. The 2014 first-round pick of the Lions enjoyed a slight bounce-back campaign with the Steelers in 2020 -- 56 catches for 558 yards and five touchdowns over five games -- but he quickly was edged out by rookie tight end Pat Freiermuth last year. As a result, Ebron caught just 12 of 18 targets for 84 yards and one score before his 2021 season was cut short to just eight games due to a knee injury. The 29-year-old received full medical clearance in February, and he could provide a veteran presence with a new team heading into this coming season.
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  • Eric Ebron: Unlikely to return to Pittsburgh

    Ebron is highly unlikely to return to the Steelers for the 2022 season, Brian Batko of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports. Ebron saw a slight bounce-back year during his first season with the Steelers in 2020, but he appeared in just eight games while battling injuries in 2021. Across those eight appearances, he hauled in just 12 of 18 targets for 84 yards and a touchdown, all career-worst marks. Pat Freiermuth established himself as the Steelers' clear No. 1 tight end last year, while Zach Gentry should operate as the secondary option in 2022 if Ebron ultimately doesn't return. After Ebron failed to carve out a consistent role in Pittsburgh's pass-heavy offense, he's unlikely to enter the 2022 campaign as a reliable fantasy option, regardless of his landing spot.
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  • Steelers' Eric Ebron: Cleared from knee injury

    Ebron (knee) announced Wednesday via his personal Twitter account that he received full medical clearance. Ebron missed the final seven games of 2021 with a knee injury after missing a pair of games midseason with a hamstring issue. He finished with a 12-84-1 receiving line across the eight games he did play, down from 56-558-5 his first year in Pittsburgh. Unless he re-signs with the Steelers first, Ebron will become an unrestricted free agent in mid-March, about a month before his 29th birthday.
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  • Steelers' Eric Ebron: Moved to IR

    Ebron (knee) was placed on injured reserve Saturday, Brooke Pryor of ESPN.com reports. Reports at the beginning of the week suggested Ebron would miss multiple games and might need surgery. He's now ineligible for Weeks 12 through 14 and could be out even beyond that. Rookie Pat Freiermuth will get more playing time with Ebron sidelined, while Zach Gentry bumps up to No. 2 on the depth chart at tight end.
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  • Steelers' Eric Ebron: Out for Week 12

    Ebron (knee) has been ruled out for Sunday's game in Cincinnati, Brooke Pryor of ESPN.com reports. Ebron emerged from the Steelers' Week 11 road loss to the Chargers with a knee injury that may require surgery. In the end, it kept him off the practice field Wednesday through Friday and will sideline him for at least one contest. With Ebron out of commission, Pat Freiermuth will serve as Pittsburgh's top tight end for the time being, while Zach Gentry and Kevin Rader are available for any snaps that linger.
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  • Steelers' Eric Ebron: Not practicing, as expected

    Ebron (knee) didn't practice Wednesday, Teresa Varley of the Steelers' official site reports. Ebron is expected to miss multiple games after injuring his knee in Sunday's loss to the Chargers. Surgery reportedly is on the table, which might bring the veteran's season to an early end and lock in rookie Pat Freiermuth for a heavy-usage role at tight end.
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  • Steelers' Eric Ebron: Likely headed for extended absence

    Ebron is expected to miss extended time and could require surgery to address the knee injury he sustained in the Steelers' Week 11 loss to the Chargers, Jeremy Fowler of ESPN.com reports. Though Mike Tomlin characterized Ebron as questionable for the Steelers' upcoming game Sunday against the Bengals, the coach noted the team wouldn't have a better sense of the tight end's status until after he underwent further evaluation. Ebron was seemingly sent in for additional testing Tuesday, and the initial diagnosis he received apparently wasn't encouraging. According to Fowler, Ebron is set to get a second opinion on his knee, but a procedure of some sort is considered the most likely outcome at this juncture. The Steelers signed another tight end (Kevin Rader) to the 53-man roster Tuesday, signaling that Ebron isn't expected to be ready to go for at least Sunday's game.
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  • Steelers' Eric Ebron: Iffy for Week 12

    Ebron (knee) is still being evaluated and is considered questionable as the Steelers begin preparations for Sunday's game against the Bengals, Missi Matthews of the Steelers' official site reports. Ebron was sidelined for Weeks 8 and 9 with a hamstring injury, but the veteran tight end is now dealing with a new concern after hurting his knee over the weekend in the Steelers' 41-37 loss to the Chargers. Pittsburgh will presumably wait and see what Ebron is able to do in practices Wednesday through Friday before reassessing his odds of playing this weekend, but if he is forced to miss his third game of the season, Zach Gentry would be the next man up for reps behind top tight end Pat Freiermuth.
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  • Steelers' Eric Ebron: Hurts knee against Chargers

    Ebron suffered a knee injury in Sunday's game against the Chargers and was unable to come back into the game, Brooke Pryor of ESPN reports. Ebron had three catches for 24 yards, including a five-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter prior to getting hurt. Despite finding the end zone, Ebron's a distant second behind Pat Freiermuth -- who also scored a touchdown while racking up seven targets -- in Pittsburgh's pecking order at tight end. Ebron's practice participation, or lack there of, during the week should help clarify his chances of suiting up in Week 12 against the Bengals.
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  • Steelers' Eric Ebron: Full participant Thursday

    Ebron (hamstring) fully participated in Thursday's practice session, Dale Lolley of DKPittsburghSports.com reports. Ebron was listed as a limited participant for Wednesday's walkthrough, but he didn't have any limitations Thursday. Although he missed the last two games due to a hamstring injury, it appears as though he'll be back in action Sunday against Detroit. The 28-year-old hasn't been targeted more than three times in any of his six appearance to begin the year, and he'll likely take on a secondary role behind rookie Pat Freiermuth, who has brought in 16 of 20 targets for 145 yards and three touchdowns across the last three games.
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  • Steelers' Eric Ebron: Estimated as limited participant

    Ebron (hamstring) was listed as a limited participant for Wednesday's walk-through practice. Ebron has missed the past two games due to a hamstring injury, but he may be ready to take the field for Week 10. The 28-year-old will likely need to progress to full practice participation Thursday or Friday in order to avoid an injury designation for Sunday's game against the Lions, however.
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  • Steelers' Eric Ebron: Expected back Week 10

    Ebron (hamstring) is expected to return to action Sunday against the Lions, Brian Batko of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports. Ebron was sidelined for a second straight game in Monday's 29-27 win over the Bears while he managed a hamstring injury. Though coach Mike Tomlin told Teresa Varley of the Steelers' official site that the tight end looked good during limited showings in practices Friday and Saturday, Pittsburgh ultimately erred on the side of caution by holding him out Monday. Though Ebron should be on track to play this weekend if his hamstring responds well to additional practice activity, he could find himself in a smaller role than he held prior to suffering the injury. Rookie Pat Freiermuth has emerged as one of Ben Roethlisberger's favorite targets over the past two weeks, producing nine receptions for 87 yards and three touchdowns.
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  • Steelers' Eric Ebron: Out ahead of prime-time game

    Ebron (hamstring) will not play Monday against the Bears, Brooke Pryor of ESPN.com reports. Ebron seemingly was trending in the right direction but ultimately was unable to practice Saturday. As a result, the veteran will miss his second straight game while emerging rookie second-round pick Pat Freiermuth will be slated to once again have a significant role in the offense.
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  • Steelers' Eric Ebron: Practices in limited fashion

    Ebron (hamstring) was limited in practice Friday, Brooke Pryor of ESPN reports. Ebron's limited participation is a step in the right direction after he missed both Thursday's practice and last week's win over the Browns. Pittsburgh doesn't play until Monday, so the Steelers won't give Ebron an official injury designation until Saturday. Even if he suits up against the Bears on Monday, Ebron would likely work in a backup role behind ascending rookie Pat Freiermuth.
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  • Steelers' Eric Ebron: Doesn't practice Thursday

    Ebron (hamstring) didn't participate in practice Thursday, Teresa Varley of the Steelers' official site reports. Ebron was unavailable for Sunday's game against the Browns due to a hamstring injury, and he was held out for the team's first practice ahead of Week 9. If he's unable to return for Monday's game against the Bears, Zach Gentry should see an uptick in playing time alongside Pat Freiermuth once again.
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  • Steelers' Eric Ebron: Unavailable Sunday

    Ebron (hamstring) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Browns, Brian Batko of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports. Ebron was added to the injury report as a limited participant with the hamstring issue Thursday, and he was unable to practice Friday. Pat Freiermuth should have an increased role in the passing game while Zach Gentry works as Pittsburgh's No. 2 tight end in Ebron's absence.
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  • Steelers' Eric Ebron: Limited participant Thursday

    Ebron was a limited participant at Thursday's practice due to a hamstring injury, Brooke Pryor of ESPN.com reports. Ebron fully participated in Wednesday's practice but apparently sustained a hamstring injury Thursday. If he's unable to suit up Sunday against the Browns, Pat Freiermuth should handle an increased target share, while Zach Gentry would likely see additional playing time.
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  • Steelers' Eric Ebron: Finds end zone in win

    Ebron hauled in both of his targets for 10 yards while rushing once for a one-yard touchdown in Sunday's 23-20 win over the Seahawks. Ebron continued to have a relatively low target share, but he reached the end zone for the first time this season on a jet sweep at the goal line late in the first half. The 28-year-old hasn't been targeted more than twice in any of his first six appearances of the season, and he saw less work as a receiver than rookie Pat Freiermuth against Seattle.
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  • Steelers' Eric Ebron: Limited production against Broncos

    Ebron secured both of his targets for 10 yards in Sunday's 27-19 win over the Broncos. Ebron has now had two receptions in each of the last two games, but he still hasn't topped 20 yards in any of his first five appearances of the 2021 campaign. The 28-year-old has hauled in five of his 11 targets for 37 yards to begin the year while splitting work with Pat Freiermuth and Zach Gentry.
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  • Steelers' Eric Ebron: Logs two receptions in Week 4

    Ebron hauled in both of his targets for eight yards in Sunday's 27-17 loss to the Packers. Ebron was held without a catch in each of the last two games, and he saw minimal production in Week 4 as the Steelers' passing game sputtered against Green Bay. The 2014 first-rounder has been targeted nine times across the first four weeks of the year and has just three receptions for 27 yards.
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