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Dolphins' Cethan Carter: Clears COVID-19 list
Carter (undisclosed) was activated off the reserve/COVID-19 list Wednesday.
Carter missed Monday's contest against the Saints, but he is expected to return in Week 17 against the Titans. However, the 26-year-old tight end's presence is not expected to change much, as he hasn't played more than four offensive snaps since the first two weeks of the season.... See More ... See Less
Dolphins' Cethan Carter: Placed in protocol
Carter (undisclosed) was placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list Thursday.
If Carter's unable to clear COVID-19 protocols before Monday's game against the Saints, his absence is unlikely to have much of an effect on Miami's offense since he sits fourth on the tight end depth chart. It's not clear at this time whether he tested positive for the virus.... See More ... See Less
Dolphins' Cethan Carter: Clear of injury report
Carter (leg) isn't listed on Wednesday's injury report, Marcel Louis-Jacques of ESPN.com reports.
Carter suffered a leg injury in the preseason opener but will be ready to go for Week 1. The 26-year-old is poised to work as a depth tight end for Miami.... See More ... See Less
Dolphins' Cethan Carter: Injures leg in preseason opener
Carter suffered a leg injury in the 20-13 loss against the Bears on Saturday, David Furones of the Sun Sentinel reports.
While blocking, Carter had the action on the run roll into his left leg, causing him leave the game. The good news is that the 25-year-old was seen walking under his own power on the sideline. The fourth-year tight end spent last year in Cincinnati, where he played in 15 games, amassing five catches for 53 yards. If Carter is forced to miss significant time with the injury, his chances of making the roster are likely limited.... See More ... See Less
Dolphins' Cethan Carter: Back from COVID list
Carter (undisclosed) was activated from the reserve/COVID-19 list Thursday.
Carter has been away from the team since landing on the COVID list over the weekend, but he can retake the field for Miami after clearing the health and safety protocols. The 25-year-old caught five passes for 53 yards in 15 games for the Bengals in 2020 and inked a three-year, $7.8 million deal with the Dolphins this offseason.... See More ... See Less
Dolphins' Cethan Carter: Lands on COVID list
Carter was placed on the COVID-19 list Sunday.
Carter, Mike Gesicki and Adam Shaheen all landed on the COVID-19 list as apparent close contacts after co-offensive coordinator and tight ends coach George Godsey tested positive for the virus, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Carter signed a three-year deal with the Dolphins in March after he totaled just 66 yards and a touchdown while serving primarily as a blocker in Cincinnati.... See More ... See Less
Dolphins' Cethan Carter: Signs with Dolphins
Carter signed a three-year deal with the Dolphins on Monday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Carter spent the first four seasons of his career in Cincinnati, though he missed all of 2018 with an arm injury. Though he's appeared in at least 15 games in his three other campaigns, Carter has commanded only 11 career targets. Instead, his primary value comes as a blocker, and he'll now work behind the likes of Mike Gesicki, Durham Smythe and Adam Shaheen in Miami.... See More ... See Less
Bengals' Cethan Carter: Serves as blocker 2020
Carter hauled in one of two targets for a 21-yard gain in the Bengals' Week 17 loss to the Ravens.
The tight end suited up in 15 of the Bengals' 16 games, but he drew a mere seven targets on his 220 offensive snaps for the season, illustrating how much the Bengals view him as a blocker. His role is unlikely to change no matter what other additions or subtractions the Bengals make at the position in 2021.... See More ... See Less
Bengals' Cethan Carter: No targets in loss
Carter played 14 offensive snaps and didn't receive a target in Sunday's 19-7 loss to the Dolphins.
Carter maintains around a 25 percent target share on a weekly basis. However, he's rarely used outside of a blocking role, as he's recorded just four receptions for 32 yards through 11 games.... See More ... See Less
Bengals' Cethan Carter: Full participant Thursday
Carter (shoulder) was a full go at Thursday's practice, Jay Morrison of The Athletic reports.
Carter currently sits second on the Bengals' tight end depth chart behind starter Drew Sample. The former only has two catches for 25 yards on the season.... See More ... See Less
Bengals' Cethan Carter: Won't go Sunday
Carter (shoulder) won't play in Sunday's game against the Browns, Geoff Hobson of the team's official site reports.
Carter was originally thought to be a healthy scratch, however, he won't sit out due to the shoulder injury. The Bengals will head into the rivalry game with just two active tight ends in Drew Sample and Mason Schreck.... See More ... See Less
Bengals' Cethan Carter: One catch
Carter had one catch for 24 yards in Sunday's win over the Jaguars.
Carter was only on the field for 20 offensive snaps, whereas fellow tight end Drew Sample was on the field for 64 snaps and had five targets to Carter's one.... See More ... See Less
Bengals' Cethan Carter: In line for more snaps
Carter is in line for more snaps as the Bengals' second tight end now that C.J. Uzomah is out for the season.
Carter presumably will be in there most often to block - in his first two seasons with the Bengals, he's had four targets, catching two passes for 13 yards and a touchdown. He had seven snaps Thursday night against the Browns without getting targeted.... See More ... See Less
Bengals' Cethan Carter: Nabs contract tender
The Bengals tendered a 2020 contract Monday to Carter, a restricted free agent.
Carter has spent his entire career in Cincinnati after going undrafted out of Nebraska in 2017. He took on an expanded role for the Bengals over the final quarter of the 2019 season, but he made most of his impact as a blocker. During that four-game span, he only recorded two receptions for 13 yards and a score.... See More ... See Less
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