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  • Commanders' Clelin Ferrell: Heading to Washington

    Ferrell signed a one-year contract with the Commanders on Monday. Ferrell spent the 2023 campaign with the 49ers, appearing in all 17 of the team's regular-season contests while producing 28 tackles and 3.5 sacks. The defensive end was forced to miss the team's run to the Super Bowl due to a knee injury, but he'll look to pick up where he left off as he begins his time in Washington.
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  • 49ers' Clelin Ferrell: Lands on IR

    The 49ers placed Ferrell (knee) on injured reserve Saturday, Jennifer Lee Chan of NBC Sports Bay Area reports. Ferrell sustained a knee injury in the 49ers' regular-season finale against the Rams. Despite San Francisco having a bye week as the top seed in the NFC, he was unable to practice in the week leading up to the team's game Saturday against the Packers. Ferrell finishes the season with 28 tackles (15 solo), including 3.5 sacks, one forced fumble and a fumble recovery over 17 games. In his absence, Alex Barrett and Randy Gregory should see increased opportunities as depth edge rushers behind starters Nick Bosa and Chase Young.
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  • 49ers' Clelin Ferrell: Won't play in divisional round

    Ferrell (knee) has been ruled out for Saturday's playoff matchup versus the Packers, Jennifer Lee Chan of NBC Sports Bay Area reports. Ferrell is expcted to miss multiple weeks while recovering from a knee injury suffered during the Week 18 contest versus the Rams, one that led to him being carted off the field. After failing to practice Tuesday through Thursday, it's no surprise that the 26-year-old will now miss his first game of the 2023 campaign. Ferrell logged 28 tackles, including 3.5 sacks, while playing as a rotational defensive end this season. In his absence Saturday, Randy Gregory and/or Robert Beal should see increased playing time behind starting defensive ends Nick Bosa and Chase Young.
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  • 49ers' Clelin Ferrell: Set to miss some time

    Ferrell (knee) is expected to be sidelined for multiple weeks, Josh Dubow of The Associated Press reports. Ferrell suffered a knee injury in the team's Week 18 loss to the Rams, and he was carted off the field. He will now look to see if he can make it back at some point this postseason, but that would likely require San Francisco to advance multiple rounds.
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  • 49ers' Clelin Ferrell: Won't return Sunday

    Ferrell (knee) has been ruled out for the rest of Sunday's game against the Rams, Nick Wagoner of reports. Ferrell was carted off the field and will not return to the 49ers' regular-season finale. He was one of seven San Francisco players to start all 17 games this season. Ferrell did not record a stat before exiting Sunday's game.
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  • 49ers' Clelin Ferrell: Cleared to play Monday

    Ferrell (ankle) has no injury designation ahead of Monday night's game against Baltimore, Cam Inman of The San Jose Mercury News reports. A situation edge player for San Francisco, Ferrell has 25 tackles (14 solo), 2.5 sacks, 10 quarterback hits, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery in his first season with the Niners after joining the team in free agency.
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  • 49ers' Clelin Ferrell: Suffers ankle injury

    Ferrell is dealing with an ankle injury, Cam Inman of The San Jose Mercury News reports. Ferrell suffered an ankle injury during the team's win over the Cardinals on Sunday, casting doubt on his status for the upcoming matchup against Baltimore. While the 2019 first-round pick is currently considered to be day-to-day, Randy Gregory and Robert Beal should see increased playing time if Ferrell ends up being out.
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  • Raiders' Clelin Ferrell: Projected for full return

    Ferrell was projected to have returned to a full practice Wednesday, Paul Gutierrez of reports. Ferrell missed the team's Week 1 matchup against the Ravens with a back injury, but it was reported Tuesday that he would likely be ready for game action soon. Though the Raiders only had a walkthrough Wednesday, Ferrell's projected full return to practice has him on track to make his season debut in Week 2 against the Steelers.
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  • Raiders' Clelin Ferrell: Expected back for Week 2

    Ferrell was sidelined for Monday's contest with a back injury, but he is likely to return for the Raiders' Week 2 matchup against the Steelers, Vic Tafur of The Athletic reports. Ferrell was a surprise inactive in Week 1, as he entered the game without an injury designation. He had battled an undisclosed injury in late August, though it's unclear if the issues are related. Regardless, Ferrell appears in line to return to his rotational role along the team's defensive line in Week 2.
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  • Raiders' Clelin Ferrell: Dealing with undisclosed injury

    Ferrell (undisclosed) is day-to-day but might play in Sunday's preseason finale against the 49ers, Paul Gutierrez of reports. The extent of Ferrell's injury is unclear, but it doesn't appear to be serious as the Raiders haven't shut him down completely. The 24-year-old has registered 65 tackles and 6.5 sacks through his first two seasons in the NFL. He will compete for starting reps with Maxx Crosby and Carl Nassib along the Raiders' defensive front.
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  • Raiders' Clelin Ferrell: Likely out Week 17

    Coach Jon Gruden said Ferrell (shoulder) isn't expected to play in Sunday's season finale at Denver, Josh Dubow of the Associated Press reports. The 23-year-old sustained the injury Week 14 against the Colts, and it appears he'll be sidelined for the final three weeks of the regular season. Assuming he doesn't play Sunday, Ferrell will finish the season with 27 tackles (18 solo), two sacks and two forced fumbles in 11 games.
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  • Raiders' Clelin Ferrell: Ruled out for Saturday's game

    Coach Jon Gruden confirmed Thursday that Ferrell (shoulder) has been ruled out for Las Vegas' Week 16 matchup against the Dolphins, Paul Gutierrez of reports. Ferrell was unable to suit up last Thursday night against the Chargers either, having proven unable to rehabilitate on a short week after sustaining his shoulder injury Dec. 13 against the Colts. The 2019 No. 4 overall draft choice has just two sacks on the season, both coming Week 13 against the Jets. Besides the two recent sacks, Ferrell also showed signs of progress by generating eight QB hits over his four preceding games to the injury.
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  • Raiders' Clelin Ferrell: Huge performance against Jets

    Ferrell recorded seven tackles (four solo), two strip-sacks and a pass breakup in Sunday's 28-24 win over the Jets. The Raiders underperformed in a game where they were heavily favored. However, Ferrell was a bright spot. After failing to post a sack through his first nine games of the year, Ferrell strip-sacked Sam Darnold twice, and the Raiders recovered each loose ball. It was a monster performance for the 2019 first-round pick, and he finished with a season-high 84 percent snap share. He'll look to build on that effort against the Colts in Week 14.
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  • Raiders' Clelin Ferrell: Pulled off COVID list

    Ferrell was activated from the reserve/COVID-19 list Thursday, Paul Gutierrez of reports. Gutierrez expanded his report by noting that coach Jon Gruden was noncommittal Wednesday surrounding Ferrell's status for Week 12. The 2019 No. 4 overall draft choice has yet to notch a sack over 402 defensive snaps this season after he collected 4.5 last year in his debut campaign out of Clemson. Week 12 offers a matchup against a Falcons offensive line that surrendered a season-high eight sacks last Sunday to the Saints.
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  • Raiders' Clelin Ferrell: Can't be stopped by Chargers

    Ferrell recorded eight tackles (five solo) and 2.5 sacks in Thursday's 26-24 win over the Chargers. The fourth-overall pick in April's draft took a while to get revved up this season with just 15 tackles and a sack over his first seven games. The Chargers had no answer for Ferrell in this outing, however, as he tormented Rivers to record the best performance of his career. To be fair, Sam Tevi (knee) was inactive and Russell Okung (groin) left on the Chargers' first offensive drive, leaving Los Angeles with backups at both tackle positions. Still, it was impressive work by the rookie, and the Raiders hope he can carry the confidence into a Week 11 matchup against the Bengals' weak offensive front.
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  • Raiders' Clelin Ferrell: Full-go Wednesday

    Ferrell (concussion) was a full participant for Wednesday's practice, Matt Kawahara of the San Francisco Chronicle reports. Ferrell still resides in the league's mandated concussion protocol, but the fact that he's back to full practice suggests he's nearing full clearance. The 2019 first-round pick will need to get the full clearance from an independent neurologist in order to play Sunday, but if he can't go, look for Josh Mauro and Maxx Crosby to see an increase in snaps.
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  • Raiders' Clelin Ferrell: No practice Thursday

    Ferrell (concussion) is not practicing Thursday. Ferrell remains in the league's protocol for head injuries, and he has yet to practice this week. The rookie first-round pick appears to be trending towards sitting out Sunday's game against the Bears, though he'll have one more opportunity to practice in some capacity.
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  • Raiders' Clelin Ferrell: Surprise fourth overall selection

    The Raiders selected Ferrell in the first round of the 2019 NFL Draft, fourth overall. This is a rather surprising selection. Ferrell (6-foot-4, 264 pounds) was a very productive player on a strong Clemson defensive line, posting 27 sacks and 50 tackles for loss in his 44 career games, but his athletic tools are more modest and he projects as more of a steady producer than a truly standout one. As much as he should be a fine player for the Raiders, it will be difficult to overlook the fact that they passed on several other defenders with seeming star potential like defensive linemen Ed Oliver and Josh Allen, or linebacker Devin White. Dwayne Haskins would have been a fine quarterback selection as well. While Ferrell isn't likely to turn into the star the Raiders apparently envision him as, he could prove an immediate IDP factor so long as he earns a role entailing 700 or more snaps this year.
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