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Justin March-Lillard: Gets cut Monday
March-Lillard was released by the Raiders on Monday, Aaron Wilson of ProFootballNetwork.com reports.
March-Lillard signed with the Raiders in January but has been let go in favor of the signing of fellow linebacker Kenny Young. March-Lillard spent time with the Titans, 49ers and Saints last season, appearing in a total of two games. The six-year veteran previously had a three-year stretch from 2018 to 2020 with the Cowboys where he was a regular contributor on special teams. He'll now look to earn a spot elsewhere for next season.... See More ... See Less
Justin March: Released by Tennessee
The Titans activated March off of the reserve/COVID-19 list and then released him Monday, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official website reports.
March appeared in 12 games last season for the Cowboys, but he didn't registered a single defensive snap. The 28-year-old will look to latch on to a new team for a fresh start during the 2021 campaign.... See More ... See Less
Titans' Justin March: Heads to COVID-19 list
The Titans placed March (undisclosed) on the reserve/COVID-19 list Thursday, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports.
March was a regular special-teams contributor with the Cowboys through 12 appearances in 2020, but he didn't handle a single defensive snap in that span. He's competing to carve out a similar role in Tennessee, but will need to wait until he's fully cleared the league's COVID-19 protocols before returning to team facilities.... See More ... See Less
Titans' Justin March: Lands in Tennessee
March signed with the Titans on Thursday, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports.
March did not log a single defensive snap with the Cowboys in 2019, but he was a strong special teams contributor by racking up 206 snaps and four tackles across 12 games. He figures to fill a similar role with Tennessee in 2021.... See More ... See Less
Cowboys' Justin March: Shifts back to injured reserve
March (undisclosed) reverted to injured reserve from the reserve/COVID-19 list Tuesday, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.
The 27-year-old was already on injured reserve when moved to the COVID list in early January, and he's now cleared the NFL protocols for the virus. March landed on the shelf in mid-October with an undisclosed injury after tallying four total tackles through 12 games.... See More ... See Less
Cowboys' Justin March: Shifts to COVID-19 list
March (undisclosed) was placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list Saturday, per the NFL's official transaction log.
The 27-year-old was already on injured reserve with the undisclosed injury, but he's now been moved to the COVID-19 list. March will revert to injured reserve once he clears the NFL protocols.... See More ... See Less
Cowboys' Justin March: Placed on IR
The Cowboys moved March (undisclosed) to injured reserve Saturday, Michael Gehlken of The Dallas Morning News reports.
March's placement on IR rules him out for the remainder of the regular season. He's appeared in 12 games with the Cowboys this season, recording four tackles (three solo) on defense and handling 206 snaps on special teams.... See More ... See Less
Cowboys' Justin March: Back with Cowboys
The Cowboys and March have agreed to terms on a contract Thursday, Nick Eatman of the team's official site reports.
March has been in important fixture on the Cowboys' special teams unit, suiting up in 274 special teams snaps in 2019. The 26-year-old only logged 42 snaps on defense, however, and that number likely won't increase in 2020 unless a number of injuries pile up in the Cowboys linebacking corps.... See More ... See Less
Cowboys' Justin March-Lillard: Returning to Dallas
March-Lillard has re-signed with the Cowboys, Rob Phillips of the Cowboys' official site reports.
March-Lillard is a core special teams player who ranked fifth on the team in coverage tackles last season. He only logged eight snaps on defense, though, and probably won't improve upon that unless a number of injuries happen to hit the Cowboys linebacking corps.... See More ... See Less
Cowboys' Justin March-Lillard: Signs with Dallas
March-Lillard signed a contract with the Cowboys on Wednesday, Brandon George of The Dallas Morning News reports.
March-Lillard was waived Saturday by the Seahawks after playing exclusively on special teams during his lone game with the team. The 24-year-old is likely to see a similar role in Dallas now that middle linebacker Anthony Hitchens has returned from a knee injury.... See More ... See Less
Justin March-Lillard: Waived by Seattle
March-Lillard was waived by the Seahawks on Saturday.
March-Lillard was signed Sept. 27 to add some linebacker depth for the Seahawks, and exclusively played special teams during his lone game with the team. Seattle needed to make room for defensive end Branden Jackson, with Cliff Avril (neck) looking at an extended absence.... See More ... See Less
Seahawks' Justin March-Lillard: Claimed by Seattle
March-Lillard was claimed by the Seahawks on Wednesday, John Boyle of the team's official site reports.
March-Lillard was waived by the Dolphins earlier in the week. He'll provide needed depth at outside linebacker with D.J. Alexander (hamstring) out of commission and Dewey McDonald (knee) on injured reserve.... See More ... See Less
Justin March-Lillard: Waived by Miami
The Dolphins waived March-Lillard on Monday.
March-Lillard's dismissal clears a spot on the 53-man roster for fellow linebacker Lawrence Timmons, who was reinstated from suspension Monday. With Timmons set to return to action Sunday and the Dolphins having recently acquired 2015 first-round pick Stephone Anthony to bolster their linebacking corps, March-Lillard was an expendable piece. March-Lillard has appeared in both of the Dolphins' first two contests, but played exclusively on special teams, logging one stop.... See More ... See Less
Dolphins' Justin March-Lillard: Claimed by Miami
The Dolphins claimed March-Lillard off waivers from the Chiefs on Sunday, Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald reports.
March-Lillard will provide the Dolphins with some depth at OLB after the loss of Raekwon McMillan (knee) and Koa Misi (neck) to injured reserve.... See More ... See Less
Chiefs' Justin March-Lillard: Added to active roster
March-Lillard (hand) was activated to the Chiefs' active roster Friday, The Daily News reports.
Despite joining the active roster for the first time since breaking his left hand in October, head coach Andy Reid admitted March-Lillard is unlikely to play in this weekend's season finale against the Chargers.... See More ... See Less
Chiefs' Justin March-Lillard: Designated for return
March-Lillard (broken hand) was designated to return from injured reserve Wednesday, NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports.
March-Lillard broke his left hand in October and was placed on injured reserve shortly thereafter. Considering league rules state only one player can return from IR per team per season, his designation to return means RB Jamaal Charles will not be coming back for the playoffs.... See More ... See Less
Chiefs' Justin March: Breaks left hand
March, who was placed on injured reserve Tuesday, is dealing with a broken left hand, Pete Sweeney of Chiefs.com reports.
The severity of March's hand injury ultimately landed him on IR, which may result in Sam Barrington and Ramik Wilson seeing an increased workload at inside linebacker moving forward.... See More ... See Less
Chiefs' Justin March: Placed on IR
March (undisclosed) was placed on injured reserve Tuesday.
March has an unknown aliment which will effectively end his season. The 23-year-old recorded 22 tackles (15 solo) and two pass deflections in five games this year. Look for Sam Barrington and Ramik Wilson to see increased reps as a result of the injury.... See More ... See Less
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