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  • Texans' Chase Winovich: Lands with Houston

    The Texans and Winovich agreed to a one-year contract worth up to $2.75 million Monday, Aaron Wilson of KPRC 2 Houston reports. After having spent three years with the Patriots and one season in Cleveland, Winovich is now set to pursue his fifth NFL campaign with the Texans following Monday's development. The 27-year-old defensive end tallied 20 tackles and one sack across eight games in 2022.
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  • Browns' Chase Winovich: Sitting out Sunday

    Winovich (coach's decision) is inactive Sunday against the Buccaneers. Winovich hadn't played since Week 2 after spending several weeks on IR with a hamstring injury. Despite returning and playing Week 11 against the Bills, he'll be inactive Sunday against Tampa Bay.
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  • Browns' Chase Winovich: Activated off IR

    Winovich (hamstring) was activated off of the injured reserve Saturday. Winovich is expected to return to the lineup Sunday against the Bills. Winovich has been out since Week 2 and only recorded one tackle in the two games he played. The fourth-year defensive end figures to take on a rotational role behind Myles Garrett and Jadeveon Clowney, with hopes of aiding a pass rush that has been middle of the pack all year.
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  • Browns' Chase Winovich: Returns to practice

    Winovich (hamstring) returned to practice Wednesday, Anthony Poisal of the Browns' official site reports. Winovich, who played in the first preseason game, apparently sustained the injury then and has been sidelined since. He's one of five defensive ends on the initial 53-man roster announced Tuesday. That means he could have a substantial role in the rotation if healthy, or it's a spot that can be jettisoned if a player at another position is deemed a better roster fit.
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  • Browns' Chase Winovich: Battling hamstring

    Winovich was on the sidelines during practices Sunday and Monday due to a left hamstring injury, Chris Easterling of the Akron Beacon Journal reports. Winovich, acquired in the offseason from the Patriots, is one of a group of players riding exercise bikes on the sideline. He had a pair of tackles and played 23 snaps in the preseason opener last week against Jacksonville. When healthy, Winovich is slated to back up Jadeveon Clowney.
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  • Patriots' Chase Winovich: Activated from IR

    Winovich (hamstring) was activated from injured Wednesday, Field Yates of ESPN reports. Winovich injured his hamstring in Week 6 against Dallas and was placed on IR on Oct. 19. He returned to practice with the team on Nov. 11 clearing the way for his activation. He is now eligible to play Thursday against the Falcons.
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  • Patriots' Chase Winovich: Returns to practice

    Winovich (hamstring) returned to practice Thursday, Mike Reiss of reports. Winovich has been on injured reserve since mid-October, but his return to practice likely signals that the Patriots will open his 21-day window to return. It's not yet clear when the 2019 third-rounder will be cleared for game action, but he's trending in the right direction.
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  • Patriots' Chase Winovich: Starts training camp on PUP

    Winovich (undisclosed) was placed on the PUP list Thursday, Mike Reiss of reports. The nature of Winovich's injury is unknown, and he can be activated off the PUP list at any point during training camp. Given that, there's not a significant reason to be concerned about his status for the regular season at this time. Winovich is coming off his most productive season in the NFL, during which he logged 594 defensive snaps, 48 tackles and 5.5 sacks.
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  • Patriots' Chase Winovich: Another sack Monday

    Winovich recorded four tackles (two solo) and a sack across 37 defensive snaps in Monday's loss to the Chiefs. The second-year linebacker now has 2.5 sacks over the past three games, which leads the team. He's also played in 66 percent of the defensive snaps so far this season, a notable upgrade from his 28 percent average in 2019.
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  • Patriots' Chase Winovich: Records six stops

    Winovich made six tackles -- one for a loss -- in Sunday's 21-11 win over the Dolphins. Winovich split reps with Shilique Calhoun and logged 42 of 61 defensive snaps (68 percent), but it was Winovich who was most productive. The second-year linebacker finished second in tackles and recorded a QB hit as well. His IDP outlook is a little shaky without a full workload, but he's a proven pass rusher with 5.5 sacks in his rookie season. He'll set his sights on Russell Wilson, who was sacked three times Sunday, for a Week 2 matchup.
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  • Patriots' Chase Winovich: Active pass rusher

    Winovich recorded 1.5 sacks in Sunday's blowout win over the Dolphins. Despite the blowout, Winovich only played 26 of 62 defensive snaps (42 percent). The rookie third-round pick was effective in the limited snap count, but he's still listed behind Deatrich Wise and Michael Bennett on the depth chart. Consequently, this type of production will likely be rare for Winovich.
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