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  • Woodrow Hamilton: Back to practice squad

    Hamilton (illness) was restored to the Giants' practice squad from their practice squad COVID-19 list Tuesday, per the NFL's transaction log. Hamilton tested positive for the virus and missed the Giants' last game of the 2021 campaign. The fourth-year pro split time between the Giants and the Titans this season, totaling 21 defensive snaps and two tackles across three appearances.
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  • Woodrow Hamilton: Cut by Panthers

    Hamilton was released by the Panthers on Friday, David Newton of reports. After appearing in five contests with the team during the 2020 season, Hamilton will leave Carolina in hopes to join a new team. The 28-year-old played a limited defensive role in 2020, recording just three tackles (two solo).
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  • Panthers' Woodrow Hamilton: Practicing in full

    Hamilton (illness) was a full participant in Wednesday's practice, Alaina Getzenberg of The Charlotte Observer reports. Hamilton has yet to see game action in 2019, but his full participation in practice puts him on track to be available for the team's regular-season finale Sunday against the Saints.
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  • Panthers' Woodrow Hamilton: Will not play vs. Colts

    Hamilton has been downgraded to out for Sunday's clash against the Colts due to an illness, Max Henson of the Panthers' official site reports. Hamilton was not on the injury report prior to being ruled out, so his illness presumably just kicked in. His absence means Stacy McGee and Wes Horton will be the only interior defensive line depth available.
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  • Woodrow Hamilton: Waived by Panthers

    The Panthers waived Hamilton on Friday, Max Henson of the team's official website reports. Hamilton has not suited up for an NFL game since his rookie year in 2016. He was competing with Kyle Love to earn a spot backing up Dontari Poe at nose tackle, but was unable to make enough of an impression.
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  • Saints' Woodrow Hamilton: Joins Saints

    Hamilton signed a contract with the Saints on Wednesday, Field Yates of ESPN reports. Hamilton was waived with an injury settlement by the Patriots in early September and was residing on the Saints practice squad. The 25-year-old should serve a reserve role in New Orleans' defensive line rotation with Tony McDaniel (undisclosed) placed on injured reserve.
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  • Patriots' Woodrow Hamilton: Not listed on injury report

    Woodrow was not listed on the Patriots' injury report Thursday. Hamilton was inactive Sunday due to illness but seems to be fully recovered from the flu bug as he returned to practice this week. Look for him to return to his starting role on the defensive line Monday night against the Ravens.
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  • Patriots' Woodrow Hamilton: Inactive Sunday

    Hamilton is inactive Sunday against the Rams due to illness. Look for Alan Branch to grab the spot start in Hamilton's absence with Vincent Valentine also likely to see increased reps. Look for more updates on the 23-year-old's health during the upcoming practice week.
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  • Patriots' Woodrow Hamilton: Ruled out for Week 8

    Hamilton (shoulder) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Bills, Mike Reiss of ESPN reports. Hamilton will be missing his second consecutive game due to his shoulder injury. His absence leaves New England thin at defensive tackle depth once again.
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  • Patriots' Woodrow Hamilton: Downgraded to out for Sunday's game

    Hamilton (shoulder) has been downgraded to out for Sunday's contest against the Steelers. Hamilton was a limited participant in practice all week with a shoulder injury suffered in Week 6, and apparently isn't recovering well enough to suit up against the Steelers. With Hamilton and defensive tackle Vince Valentine out Sunday, the Patriots will be short-handed along their defensive line.
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