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  • Raiders' Brandon Facyson: Active Monday

    Facyson (shin) is active for Monday's game against the Chiefs. The cornerback was questionable after being activated from injured reserve Saturday, but he was a full participant in practice all week. Facyson has not yet played this season after injuring his shin during the preseason and being placed on injured reserve Sept. 8. The sixth-year pro should enter Monday's game as a depth cornerback.
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  • Raiders' Brandon Facyson: Activated from IR

    Facyson (shin) was activated from the Raiders' injured reserve and is questionable for Monday's game against the Chiefs. Facyson sustained a shin injury during the preseason and was placed on the Raiders' injured reserve list Sept. 8. He was designated to return from IR on Dec. 6 and has a chance to make his 2023 debut on Christmas Day.
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  • Colts' Brandon Facyson: Officially active for Week 18

    Facyson (concussion) is active for Sunday's matchup against the Texans. Facyson left Week 17 with a concussion, but after not practicing Wednesday, he logged a limited session Thursday and was full go Friday. He was still listed as questionable for Week 18, but he's since cleared concussion protocol and will be available for the Colts' season finale. Facyson could see an expanded role with Stephon Gilmore (wrist) inactive and Kenny Moore (ankle) on injured reserve.
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  • Colts' Brandon Facyson: Exits with concussion

    Facyson left Sunday's loss to the Giants due to a concussion and did not return, 107.5 FM The Fan Indianapolis reports. Facyson's season is likely over as a result, considering the Colts have noting but pride to play for in Week 18. The veteran cornerback has been filling a rotational role in the Colts' secondary, logging between 43 and 56 percent of the team's defensive snaps over the prior three contests.
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  • Colts' Brandon Facyson: Listed as starting cornerback

    Facyson is listed as a starting cornerback opposite Stephon Gilmore with Kenny Moore listed as the nickelback on Indianapolis' unofficial depth chart ahead of Week 1. Moore will likely get more snaps than Facyson when they are the only two cornerbacks on the field, but Facyson will begin the season in a high-profile role in the secondary.
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  • Colts' Brandon Facyson: Signs with Indy

    Facyson (concussion) has agreed to a one-year deal with the Colts, Mike Garafolo of NFL Network reports. The Colts will be Facyson's third team after spending his first three seasons with the Chargers and the 2021 campaign in Las Vegas. He recorded 51 tackles (38 solo), 13 passes defesned and his first career interception last year with the Raiders. He will compete for a role providing depth in Indy's secondary.
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  • Raiders' Brandon Facyson: Suffers concussion Saturday

    Facyson won't return to Saturday's wild-card game at Cincinnati due to a concussion. Since signing with the Raiders in early October, Facyson has started nine of his 12 appearances, totaling 55 tackles and one interception during that span. Now that Facyson is sidelined for the rest of the team's playoff opener, Desmond Trufant likely will fill in at outside cornerback for the rest of this contest.
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  • Chargers' Brandon Facyson: Injures heel in win

    Facyson suffered a heel injury during Sunday's 38-21 win at Kansas City. During the end of the second half of Sunday's win, Facyson injured his heel. The cornerback ended his season with the Chargers recording 16 tackles (13 solo) throughout his 12 games.
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  • Chargers' Brandon Facyson: Listed as questionable

    Facyson (illness) is considered questionable for Sunday's matchup with the Raiders, Jeff Miller of the Los Angeles Times reports. If ultimately able to go, Facyson could be in for a bigger role than usual, as Casey Hayward is also listed as questionable (personal) for the contest. More clarity on Facyson's status should come as kickoff approaches.
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  • Chargers' Brandon Facyson: Manages nine tackles in loss

    Facyson notched nine tackles (five solo) during Sunday's 23-20 loss to the Broncos. Facyson started at cornerback in place of Michael Davis (suspension) during the Week 13 loss. He made nine tackles after recording just four stops in his last eight games. Facyson stands to receive another large workload on defense Week 14 against the Jaguars, but he could return to a depth role after that.
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  • Chargers' Brandon Facyson: Racks up tackles in opener

    Facyson recorded nine total tackles (seven solo) in Sunday's 30-24 overtime win against the Colts. Facyson was on the field for 58 of 63 possible defensive snaps (92 percent) and 18 of 26 possible special teams snaps (69 percent). The 24-year-old had more total tackles in Sunday's game than he had through 15 games last season (three). With Michael Davis (hamstring) leaving the game early and Trevor Williams (quadriceps) not suiting up, there were plenty of reps to go around at corner and Facyson took advantage of his opportunities.
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