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Fantasy News

  • Al-Quadin Muhammad: Let go by Bears

    The Bears have released Muhammad, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Muhammad ended the 2022 season with 29 tackles, one sack and a forced fumble across 17 games. He played an even timeshare with Trevis Gipson, as neither player was ultimately able to earn a larger role. The 27-year-old will now look to bounce back from a relatively disappointing season in 2023 with a new team. He has already played for New Orleans, Indianapolis and Chicago across his six-year career.
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  • Bears' Al-Quadin Muhammad: Disappointing season

    Muhammad recorded two tackles in the Bears' 29-13 loss to the Vikings in Week 18 and ended the season with 29 tackles, one sack and a forced fumble over 17 games played. Muhammad had his least productive season since 2018 after joining the Bears in free agency. He played in an even timeshare with Trevis Gipson, and both players posted similar production so neither was able to earn a larger role. Muhammad should play in a similar role going forward, as he's under contract with the team through the 2023 season.
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  • Bears' Al-Quadin Muhammad: Unlikely to play Week 10

    Muhammad (knee) is considered doubtful to play Sunday against the Lions. Muhammad appears to have picked up a knee injury while playing 79 percent of Chicago's defensive snaps against Miami this past Sunday, as he did not participate in any of the team's three practices Week 10. The starting defensive end totaled 19 tackles, one sack and one forced fumble over the first nine games of the season, and his absence would likely leave Kingsley Jonathan and Dominique Robinson to play increased roles opposite Trevis Gipson.
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  • Bears' Al-Quadin Muhammad: Expected to start at defensive end

    Muhammad is one of four defensive ends listed on the Bears' regular-season roster, according to the team's official site. Muhammad recorded six sacks and 48 tackles with the Colts last year, and he's expected to see a similar role, as the Bears' defense will have the same scheme the veteran was used to playing in over the last four years. However, he saw a career-high 766 snaps last year, and if he rotates off the field more than he did in Indianapolis, he could see a decline in production. With excellent pass rusher Trevis Gipson on the roster, that could be the main reason Muhammad rotates more than expected.
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  • Colts' Al-Quadin Muhammad: Has sack in Week 2 loss

    Muhammad had a sack and two total tackles in Sunday's loss to the Rams. Muhammad may have been the largest question mark on the defense for the Colts this season, as he's being counted on heavily to help replace Justin Houston and Denico Autry, who combined for 15.5 sacks last season. Muhammad has 1.5 sacks in two games, so the results are promising thus far.
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  • Colts' Al-Quadin Muhammad: Re-ups with Colts

    Muhammad agreed Wednesday with the Colts on a one-year, $3.4 million contract, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Muhammad averaged 36 defensive snaps per game last season, accruing 23 tackles, two sacks and a forced fumble across 16 appearances. Justin Houston has yet to re-sign with the Colts and is uncertain to return in 2021, so Muhammad will have a good chance to claim a starting role at defensive end if Indianapolis makes no other major additions at the position through free agency or the draft.
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  • Colts' Al-Quadin Muhammad: Reserve role Sunday

    Muhammad did not have a tackle, but had a QB hurry in Sunday's loss at Jacksonville. Muhammad played on 23 of the defense's 50 snaps. He had an impressive training camp and was thought to be a contender for a starting role at defensive end with Kemoko Turay still out with an ankle injury, but he had a smaller reserve role Sunday.
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  • Colts' Al-Quadin Muhammad: Produces three sacks in 2019

    Muhammad posted 28 tackles and three sacks over 16 games in 2019. Muhammad registered exactly 28 stops for a second straight season. The third-year defensive end averaged 30.5 defensive snaps per game, but his role for 2020 is to be determined. It likely depends on whether Jabaal Sheard re-ups with the Colts, but the team may bring in additional competition via free agency or the draft as well.
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  • Colts' Al-Quadin Muhammad: Gearing up Sunday

    Muhammad (groin) is active for Sunday's game against the Jaguars. With Muhammad active for the 16th time this year, the third-year defensive end will play in every game for the first time in his career. Despite not being a starter, Muhammad stays involved on defense, as he's averaged 30.4 defensive snaps per contest. The 24-year-old has recorded 26 tackles and three sacks this season.
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  • Colts' Al-Quadin Muhammad: Questionable for Week 17

    Muhammad (groin) is questionable for Sunday's regular season finale against the Jaguars, Andrew Walker of the Colts' official site reports. Muhammad was a full participant at Friday's practice session, which is a good sign for his Sunday availability. Magus Hunt and Tyquan Lewis could see some additional work rushing the passer behind starters Jabaal Sheard and Justin Houston if Muhammad sits out.
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  • Colts' Al-Quadin Muhammad: Gets hurt Sunday

    Muhammad suffered a stinger and is questionable to return Sunday's game against the Falcons, Joel A. Erickson of The Indianapolis Star reports. It's unclear how the 2017 sixth-round pick suffered the injury, but it's serious enough for him to miss time. He was making his second consecutive start for the injured Jabaal Sheard, so Ben Bangou is the leading candidate to get a boost in snaps at defensive end.
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  • Al-Quadin Muhammad: Waived by Indianapolis

    Muhammad was waived by the Colts on Thursday, Andrew Walker of the team's official site reports. Muhammad signed with Indianapolis after spending the offseason in New Orleans but ultimately failed to stick with the team. The second-year defensive lineman will look for a depth role elsewhere in the league.
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  • Saints' Al-Quadin Muhammad: Picked by Saints

    The Saints selected Muhammad in the sixth round of the 2017 NFL Draft, 196th overall. Muhammad (6-foot-3, 253 pounds) is an edge defender who showed promise early in his Miami (FL) career before character issues derailed his college career. He was dismissed from the team for the 2016 season and didn't play elsewhere, which may have contributed to his disappointing workout numbers (4.88-second 40-yard dash).
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