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  • Bradley Marquez: Lands on waiver wire

    The Lions waived Marquez on Tuesday, Tim Twentyman of the Lions' official site reports.

    Marquez suited up for Monday's season opener against the Jets and played 15 total snaps, including seven on offense. He didn't record a catch. The Lions brought in reserve lineman Jamil Demby to fill Marquez' void on the roster.

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  • Lions' Bradley Marquez: Makes team

    Marquez has secured a spot on the Lions' 53-man roster, Kyle Meinke of MLive Media Group reports.

    Marquez finished the preseason as Pro Football Focus' top-graded player on special teams and is likely sticking around in Detroit for very similar reasons.

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  • Lions' Bradley Marquez: Plays in second preseason game

    Marquez (leg) played nine special-teams snaps during Friday's preseason game against the Giants.

    Marquez was dealing with a leg injury in training camp, but his participation in Friday's exhibition suggests the receiver has put the issue behind him. Marquez currently seems like a longshot to make the Lions' final roster given the crowded nature of the team's receiving corps, though he still has two more preseason games to make a name for himself on special teams.

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  • Lions' Bradley Marquez: Absent from Wednesday's practice

    Marquez injured his leg during practice Monday and was unavailable for practice Wednesday, Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press reports.

    Marquez appeared in just one game for the Lions in 2017 after appearing in 30 games between his first two seasons with the Rams. His positioning on the team doesn't appear all that stable entering 2018, so missing time due to injury won't do him any favors. No further information on his status has been released, so it's best to consider him day-to-day unless something surfaces to refute that.

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  • Lions' Bradley Marquez: No offensive action in third season

    Marquez didn't record an offensive snap in 2017.

    Marquez spent the majority of the year on the Rams' injured reserve list with an unspecified knee injury and didn't sign with Detroit until late November, only seeing game action on special teams during the season finale. The Texas Tech product remains under contract with the Lions in 2018 but will need to carve out some sort of role in the offseason to secure a spot on the final 53-man roster.

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  • Lions' Bradley Marquez: Promoted to Detroit's roster

    The Lions signed Marquez to a contract Monday.

    Marquez, who appeared in 30 games with the Rams over the past two seasons, will step in as the Lions' new No. 5 wide receiver after the team waived Jace Billingsley last week. If Marquez is active on future game days, most of his snaps are likely to come on special teams.

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  • Bradley Marquez: Waived from injured reserve

    Marquez (knee) was waived by the Rams from injured reserve Monday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.

    Marquez ended the 2016 campaign on IR with an undisclosed knee injury. He garnered the same designation this summer since he apparently wasn't healthy in time for training camp. Now fully recovered, he'll be eligible to sign with any team other than the Rams during the rest of the season if he clears waivers.

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  • Rams' Bradley Marquez: Reverts to IR

    Marquez (knee) reverted to injured reserve Tuesday.

    Marquez was waived/injured Monday after dealing with a knee injury for most of training camp and reverts to IR after clearing waivers. He's likely stuck there throughout the end of the 2017 season, barring an injury settlement.

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  • Bradley Marquez: Waived by Rams

    Marquez (knee) was waived by the Rams on Monday, Alden Gonzalez of reports.

    Marquez had been dealing with a knee injury for much of training camp and just wasn't able to prove himself on the field. There's a chance he can find a new home elsewhere, but he'll have to stay healthy in order to do so.

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  • Rams' Bradley Marquez: Expected back for training camp

    Marquez (knee) is expected to be fully healthy for training camp, ESPN's Alden Gonzalez reports.

    Marquez ended the 2016 season on injured reserve due to a knee injury he sustained in Week 15. The Texas Tech product is coming off a season in which he logged the fifth-most snaps on special teams for the Rams and will likely need to earn his keep in that phase of the game once again in order to secure a roster spot ahead of Week 1.

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  • Rams' Bradley Marquez: Done for season

    Marquez (knee) was placed on injured reserve Friday, ESPN reports.

    Marquez was an effective special teams player for the Rams and will finish the season with three receptions for 37 yards.

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  • Rams' Bradley Marquez: Questionable for Saturday

    Marquez (knee) is listed as questionable for Saturday's game against the 49ers.

    Marquez injured his knee during last Thursday's loss to the Seahawks, limiting him during practice the past few days. However, with just three catches for 37 yards all season, Marquez's status for Saturday doesn't carry significant fantasy implications.

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  • Rams' Bradley Marquez: Questionable to return

    Marquez is questionable to return to Thursday's game after injuring his knee, Curtis Crabtree of Sports Radio KJR reports.

    Marquez injured his knee early on in the first quarter of Thursday's tilt. He's a key special team's player for Los Angeles but his absence shouldn't impact the offense greatly. Pharoh Cooper could see some extra snaps while Marquez is out.

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  • Rams' Bradley Marquez: Doesn't appear on injury report

    Marquez (ankle) was not listed on the Rams' injury report, Rams' Insider Myles Simmons reports.

    Marquez injured his ankle in the Rams' second preseason game and the team never clarified his status after that. His absence from the team's first injury report indicates that he's made a full recovery and he shouldn't be limited in Los Angeles' Week 1 matchup against San Francisco.

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  • Rams' Bradley Marquez: Suffers ankle injury

    Marquez suffered an unspecified injury to his right ankle during Saturday's preseason game against the Chiefs, ESPN reports.

    Marquez went down after catching a screen pass in the second half and needed help getting off the field. Then, after the game, the Texas Tech product was witnessed sporting a walking boot on his right foot, but will reportedly need further testing to determine the exact nature of the injury. At first blush, it appears Marquez could miss significant time, but, to date, the specifics of his injury remain clouded and no timetable has been provided for his return. Brian Quick and Mike Thomas stand to see added opportunity in Marquez's absence.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 5-10, 205 lbs
Birthplace: Odessa, TX, USA
Age: 31
School: Texas Tech
Experience: 4