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Until Bradley finds meaningful offensive touches, Fantasy managers shouldn't bother adding him to rosters.

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2021 4 64 16.00 0.00 61.2
2020 5 60 12.00 0.00 62
3y Avg. 4 62 15.50 0.00 61.5
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  • Browns' Ja'Marcus Bradley: Tendered by Cleveland

    The Browns tendered Bradley's contract Monday. An exclusive rights free agent this offseason, the 25-year-old wideout made five appearances for the Browns last year and caught all four of his targets for 64 yards. He also operated as the team's kick returner during the final week of the regular season, returning two kicks for 49 yards.
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  • Browns' Ja'Marcus Bradley: Returns kicks in Week 18

    Bradley was not targeted and returned two kicks for 49 yards in Week 18's 21-16 win over Cincinnati. Bradley played just three snaps on offense, but he was used as the primary kick returner, taking over a role that had been filled by Anthony Schwartz and Demetric Felton. Bradley appeared in five games for the Browns after spending most of the season on the team's practice squad. The second-year wideout has been with Cleveland since signing as an undrafted free agent in 2020, and he could re-up with the team for 2022, giving the team a depth receiver with system knowledge that has kick-return experience.
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  • Browns' Ja'Marcus Bradley: No run on offense

    Bradley played nine snaps on special teams and did not appear on offense in Monday's 16-14 loss to the Raiders. Bradley had appeared in two previous games and caught four of four targets for 64 yards, but he was down the depth chart Monday in a game that Cleveland was short receiving options due to an outbreak of COVID-19. Rashard Higgins and Donovan Peoples-Jones were the main players at wide receiver, as Jarvis Landry was on the reserve/COVID-19 list.
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  • Browns' Ja'Marcus Bradley: Promoted to active roster

    Bradley has been added to the Browns' active roster ahead of Saturday's game against the Raiders. The Browns are presently without two tight ends (Austin Hooper and David Njoku) and one wide receiver (Jarvis Landry) that are on the reserve/COVID-19 list, while they deal with injuries to tight end Harrison Bryant (ankle), wideout Anthony Schwartz (concussion) and running back Kareem Hunt (ankle). With so much in flux as the team prepares for Week 15, it makes sense to have Bradley available. If on the active roster Saturday, Bradley could serve as the third wideout behind Donovan Peoples-Jones and Rashard Higgins.
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  • Ja'Marcus Bradley: Signs with practice squad

    Bradley signed with the Browns' practice squad Tuesday. Bradley was just cut by the Browns on Dec. 11, but with Jarvis Landry and JoJo Natson placed on the reserve/COVID 19 list Tuesday and Anthony Schwartz still in concussion protocols, the Browns are getting thin at wide receiver. Bradley appeared in the Browns' Week 11 and 12 contests against the Lions and Ravens respectively, totaling four catches on four targets for 64 yards. If moved to the active roster, he could file in as high as third, behind Donovan Peoples-Jones and Rashard Higgins, on the teams' wide receiver positional depth chart Saturday when they host the Raiders.
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  • Ja'Marcus Bradley: Cut by Browns

    Bradley has been waived by the Browns, Scott Petrak of the Elyria Chronicle-Telegram reports. Bradley was expected to serve as the Browns' No. 3 wideout in Sunday's matchup with the Ravens, so this news is somewhat surprising. He started the season on the team's practice squad and will presumably land back there should he ultimately go unclaimed off waivers. Pass catcher and potential kick returner JoJo Natson was elevated to the 53-man roster in a corresponding move.
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  • Browns' Ja'Marcus Bradley: Remains No. 3 receiver

    Bradley is expected to serve as the Browns' No. 3 wideout Sunday against the Ravens with Anthony Schwartz (concussion) set to miss a third consecutive game, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reports. Bradley, who started the season on Cleveland's practice squad, was recently added to the active roster and has passed Rashard Higgins on the depth chart. The Browns' pedestrian offense is expected to lean on running backs Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt, so there may be little for Bradley as the third wideout behind Jarvis Landry and Donovan Peoples-Jones. Bradley caught all four targets for 64 yards, including one catch of 37 yards, over the last two games.
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  • Browns' Ja'Marcus Bradley: Gets heavy workload in win

    Bradley caught two of two targets for 46 yards in Sunday's 13-10 win over Detroit. Bradley and Lawrence Cager were added from the practice squad to fill out a thinned wide receiving corps. Both Donovan Peoples-Jones (groin) and Anthony Schwartz (concussion) were sidelined, which meant Bradley operated as the Browns' resident deep threat. He led the position group with 55 of 74 snaps, followed by Rashard Higgins with 53, Jarvis Landry (knee) with 48 and Cager, who saw only one. If the wideout group gets healthier before next Monday's game in Baltimore, then Bradley will drop on the depth chart or revert back to the practice squad.
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  • Browns' Ja'Marcus Bradley: Signed from practice squad

    Bradley was signed to the Browns' active roster Tuesday ahead of the team's Week 10 matchup with the Patriots. The wide receiver has yet to play with the Browns this season after playing in three contests in 2020, catching five balls for 60 yards. With Odell Beckham being released, Bradley may have an opportunity to carve out a consistent spot on the active roster.
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  • Ja'Marcus Bradley: Restored to practice squad

    The Browns restored Bradley (undisclosed) from the practice squad injured list Tuesday, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reports. Bradley landed on the injured list early October, but he can now resume participating in practice squad activities. He appeared in three games with the team last season.
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  • Ja'Marcus Bradley: Sent packing by Browns

    Cleveland waived Bradley on Tuesday, Mary Kay Cabot of The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports. Bradley appeared in three games for Cleveland as a rookie last season, in which span he caught five of 11 targets for 60 yards. He could be a candidate to pop back up on the practice squad if he goes unclaimed on waivers.
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  • Browns' Ja'Marcus Bradley: Dealing with neck injury

    Bradley did not practice Tuesday due to a neck injury, Scott Petrak of the Elyria Chronicle-Telegram reports. The wideout signed a reserve/future contract with the club back in January after spending the majority of last season on the team's practice squad. Look for more updates on his status to come as Sunday's preseason matchup with the Giants nears.
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  • Ja'Marcus Bradley: Status unknown entering offseason

    Bradley remained on the practice squad for Sunday's divisional-round playoff game against the Chiefs. Bradley, who spent most of the season on the practice squad, was active for a few games toward the end of the season and had five catches, 11 targets and 60 yards -- all coming in one game against the Jets when Cleveland was missing its top four wideouts due to COVID-19 protocols. The Browns can ink him to a reserve/future contract. If not, Bradley is free to sign anywhere.
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  • Ja'Marcus Bradley: Shuffles to practice squad

    Bradley reverted to the Browns' practice squad Monday, per the NFL's official transaction log. Bradley didn't suit up in Sunday's wild-card win over the Steelers. The undrafted rookie out of Louisiana played just three regular-season games, receiving all 11 of his targets in a Week 16 loss to the Jets in which almost all of the Browns' wideouts were in COVID-19 protocol. The 24-year-old caught five passes for 60 yards in that game. He'll reside on the practice squad for now, but he could be called back up for the AFC divisional round with a daunting matchup against the Chiefs on tap.
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  • Browns' Ja'Marcus Bradley: Good to go for Sunday

    Bradley was elevated from the practice squad Saturday. Bradley now has the chance to line up at wide receiver for Sunday's wild-card matchup against the Steelers. The 24-year-old played in three games throughout the regular season, catching five of his 11 targets for 60 yards.
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  • Browns' Ja'Marcus Bradley: Could be active Sunday

    Cleveland head coach Kevin Stefanski included Bradley as an option to serve as the third wideout for Sunday's playoff opener against the Steelers, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reports. The Browns will be without KhaDarel Hodge (reserve/COVID-19), and Donovan Peoples-Jones (concussion) is questionable heading into Sunday night's game. Bradley and Marvin Hall, another name mentioned by Stefanski, played extensively in Week 16 when Cleveland's top four wide receivers were unavailable while on the reserve/COVID-19 list. The coach also talked about running back Kareem Hunt lining up at wide receiver and discussed Alexander Hollins, a wide receiver signed off the Vikings' practice squad Dec. 28.
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  • Browns' Ja'Marcus Bradley: Totals 60 yards as fill-in starter

    Bradley caught five of 11 targets for 60 yards in Sunday's 23-16 loss to the Jets. Bradley stepped in as Cleveland's top available wide receiver with the team's top four options on the reserve/COVID-19 list. He finished second to tight end Austin Hooper in both targets and receiving yards, but the Browns' passing game was held out of the end zone, as both of the team's touchdowns came on the ground. Bradley will be pushed back down the depth chart and may not dress at all against the Steelers in Week 17 if Cleveland gets some of its usual receiving options back.
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  • Browns' Ja'Marcus Bradley: Elevates to active roster

    The Browns elevated Bradley to the active roster Saturday. Jarvis Landry, Rashard Higgins, KhaDarel Hodge and Donovan Peoples-Jones have all been placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list, leaving Marvin Hall as the Browns' only wide receiver on the active roster. Bradley and Derrick Willies were called up from the practice squad as a result. An undrafted rookie out of Louisiana, Bradley has played in two games this season without a catch. He posted a 60-906-10 line in his last season at college.
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  • Browns' Ja'Marcus Bradley: Rises from practice squad

    The Browns elevated Bradley to the active roster Monday. KhaDarel Hodge (hamstring) has been ruled out for a second straight game, opening the door for Bradley to suit up for the Browns once again. The undrafted rookie out of Louisiana played 11 snaps on offense last week against the Titans and didn't receive a target. He'll slot in as the No. 5 receiver.
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  • Ja'Marcus Bradley: Shifts down to practice squad

    Bradley reverted to the Browns' practice squad Monday, per the NFL's official transaction log. Bradley was unable to produce any statistical output over 11 offensive snaps during Sunday's 41-35 triumph over the Titans. Absences from wideouts KhaDarel Hodge (hamstring) and Taywan Taylor (neck) helped push Bradley onto the active roster for Week 13, but it remains to be seen if he'll get another call this season.
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