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Fantasy News

  • Buccaneers' Patrick Laird: Sticks with Tampa

    Laird signed a reserve/future contract with the Buccaneers on Tuesday, Scott Smith of the team's official site reports. Laird was elevated from Tampa Bay's practice squad for each of their two playoff games this season, but he was ultimately left inactive. The 28-year-old hasn't seen NFL action since 2021 when he was with the Dolphins, appearing in six contests but getting only one carry for four yards.
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  • Patrick Laird: Reverts to practice squad

    Laird reverted to the Bucs' practice squad Monday, per the NFL's transaction log. With Chase Edmonds (toe) listed as questionable, the Bucs elevated Laird to the active roster ahead of Sunday's playoff game against the Lions. Edmonds was healthy enough to play, so Laird was inactive for the game. Laird hasn't appeared in a regular-season game since 2021.
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  • Buccaneers' Patrick Laird: Elevated for divisional round

    The Buccaneers elevated Laird to the active roster Saturday. Laird was called up for the Bucs' NFC wild-card win over the Eagles, but he was inactive, as Chase Edmonds (toe) was able to suit up. Edmonds is listed as questionable for Sunday's NFC divisional-round game against the Lions, and if he cannot go, Laird would operate as the third running back behind Rachaad White and Sean Tucker.
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  • Patrick Laird: Returns to practice squad

    Laird reverted to Tampa Bay's practice squad Tuesday, per the NFL's transaction log. Laird was elevated from the practice squad Monday but was left inactive for Tampa Bay's 32-9 win over the Eagles in the wild-card round. With Rachaad White, Chase Edmonds and Sean Tucker healthy, Laird is unlikely to crack the game-day roster for the divisional round Sunday in Detroit.
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  • Buccaneers' Patrick Laird: Inactive Monday

    Laird (coach's decision) is inactive for Monday's wild-card game against the Eagles, Scott Smith of the Buccaneers' official site reports. The running back was elevated from the practice squad Monday but did not make the cut for the gameday roster of 48 players, per Smith. Laird has not appeared in a game this season and sits behind Rachaad White, Chase Edmonds and Sean Tucker on the depth chart.
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  • Buccaneers' Patrick Laird: Breaks off impressive run Saturday

    Laird rushed three times for 27 yards and brought in his only target for one yard in the Buccaneers' 26-20 preseason win over the Ravens on Saturday night. Laird logged the second-fewest snaps among the Buccaneers' running backs, but he put them to good use with a 21-yard scamper. The fourth-year pro is a versatile asset that can contribute as a runner, receiver and in multiple facets on special teams. Those traits, combined with his experience edge over undrafted rookies Sean Tucker and Ronnie Brown, could be enough to secure him a reserve running back role.
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  • Buccaneers' Patrick Laird: Solid workload in preseason win

    Laird rushed nine times for 20 yards in the Buccaneers' 13-6 preseason win over the Jets on Saturday night. Laird logged 19 snaps and paced the Buccaneers' backfield in carries. The fourth-year pro is battling undrafted rookies Sean Tucker and Ronnie Brown for a roster spot, and Laird could potentially have the inside track to a backup role due to his contributions on special teams. All the players in the competition, Laird included, will get another opportunity to make their case in the preseason finale versus the Ravens on Saturday night.
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  • Patrick Laird: Joins Bucs' practice squad

    Laird was signed to the Buccaneers' practice squad Wednesday, Doug Kyed of Pro Football Focus reports. Laird will return to the Buccaneers after he was waived Tuesday. The running back will begin the 2022 season on the practice squad, but he provides the team with another backfield option with NFL experience.
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  • Patrick Laird: Waived by Buccaneers

    Laird was waived by the Buccaneers on Tuesday, Greg Auman of The Athletic reports. Laird failed to make the Buccaneers' final roster after joining the team mid-camp this summer. The running back produced 35 rushing yards on 13 carries and caught four passes for 20 yards while playing in two games this preseason. Laird is a top candidate to join the Buccaneers' practice squad if he passes through waivers unclaimed.
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  • Buccaneers' Patrick Laird: Heavily featured in finale

    Laird rushed 12 times for 35 yards and secured all three targets for 19 yards in the Buccaneers' 27-10 preseason loss to the Colts on Saturday night. Laird was thought to be a borderline camp body when he signed Aug. 15, but the combination of his extended look Saturday and the lingering absence of Giovani Bernard (ankle) arguably leaves open the possibility the Buccaneers are at least contemplating the former as a possible No. 4 back. Greg Auman of The Athletic notes Bernard is guaranteed $895,000 if he's still with the team Week 1, and Laird is also three years younger than his 30-year-old veteran teammate while boasting solid pass-catching skills in his own right. The immediate fate of both players will be known soon enough considering Tuesday's 4pm ET 53-man roster deadline, and Laird is still probably a much likelier candidate for the practice squad than the active roster.
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  • Buccaneers' Patrick Laird: Quiet in Bucs debut

    Laird rushed once for no gain and brought in his only target for one yard in the Buccaneers' 13-3 preseason loss to the Titans on Saturday night. Laird, who'd just signed with the Bucs on Monday, logged a total of 10 snaps from scrimmage and five additional on special teams. The fourth-year pro had last seen game action back in Week 13 of last season with the Dolphins, and he figures in as a long shot to make the final 53-man roster with the team's top four running back spots seemingly set.
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  • Buccaneers' Patrick Laird: Inks deal with Tampa Bay

    The Buccaneers signed Laird on Monday, independent NFL reporter Dov Kleiman reports. Laird appeared in six games last year for Miami before landing on injured reserve with an MCL injury. He was designated to return from IR at the beginning of January, but he remained sidelined for the remainder of the campaign. Now healthy, he'll look to carve out a role in Tampa Bay's backfield, which just put Kenjon Barner (undisclosed) on IR and has Giovani Bernard (ankle) dealing with an injury.
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  • Dolphins' Patrick Laird: Back at practice

    Miami designated Laird (knee) for return from injured reserve Wednesday, Daniel Oyefusi of the Miami Herald reports. The running back has been on IR since Week 13 while dealing with an MCL injury. He'll participate in practice for the next three days while the Dolphins assess whether he's fit to return from IR ahead of Sunday's season finale versus the Patriots.
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  • Dolphins' Patrick Laird: Placed on injured reserve

    The Dolphins placed Laird (knee) on injured reserve Wednesday. Laird sustained an MCL sprain in the first quarter of Sunday's win over the Giants and will be forced to miss at least three games by virtue of his placement on IR. Since the Dolphins have a Week 14 bye, the 26-year-old won't be eligible to return until the regular-season finale Jan. 9 against the Patriots.
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  • Dolphins' Patrick Laird: Ruled out with knee injury

    Laird has been ruled out from Sunday's game against the Giants. Laird suffered the injury in the first quarter and walked off the field under his own power after being looked at by trainers. He then went into the medical tent and ultimately the locker room before being quickly ruled out. The severity of the injury is not clear at this point, but Laird's next chance to return will be Week 15 as the Dolphins have a Week 14 bye.
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  • Dolphins' Patrick Laird: Added to roster

    Laird will make the jump from the practice squad to the 53-man roster for Sunday's game against Buffalo, Daniel Oyefusi of the Miami Herald reports. Laird will be the third running back behind Myles Gaskin and Salvon Ahmed since Malcolm Brown (quadriceps) hit IR earlier in the week. The 26-year-old will likely see a handful of snaps against a Bills defense that ranks sixth in DVOA so far this season.
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  • Patrick Laird: Signed to practice squad

    The Dolphins signed Laird to the practice squad Wednesday, David Furones of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports. Laird has been a solid reserve option and special-teams contributor for the Dolphins over the last two seasons, in which span he's suited up for 31 games. Though he won't begin the 2021 regular season on the 53-man roster, it wouldn't be surprising to see him bump up should Miami suffer any backfield injuries.
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  • Patrick Laird: Cut by Dolphins

    Laird was waived by the Dolphins on Tuesday. Laird appeared in 31 games for Miami over the past two seasons and totaled 75 carries for 140 yards while catching 33 passes for 272 yards and one total touchdown. Myles Gaskin, Malcolm Brown and Salvon Ahmed will open the 2021 campaign on the 53-man roster for the Dolphins.
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  • Dolphins' Patrick Laird: Invisible in finale

    Laird played two offensive snaps during Week 17's 56-26 loss to the Bills. Laird closed out the 2020 campaign with his second game in a row sans either a carry or target. With both Myles Gaskin and Salvon Ahmed available, Laird's opportunities for backfield work effectively dried up. Even if the Dolphins don't make significant additions to the running back room during the offseason, Laird's best-case scenario for 2021 would likely be to begin the year in a reserve role.
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  • Dolphins' Patrick Laird: Sticks to special teams

    Laird didn't garner any carries or targets during Saturday's 26-25 win against the Raiders. Laird's entire 15-snap workload came via special teams during Miami's Week 16 win. The 25-year-old had taken a combined 50 offensive snaps over the Dolphins' preceding two outings against Kansas City and New England. However, with Myles Gaskin having returned from the reserve/COVID-19 list in time to face the Raiders, Laird was relegated from the offense entirely.
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