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  • Packers' Rasul Douglas: Records first 2023 interception

    Douglas tallied four solo tackles, an interception and two pass deflections in Sunday's 25-24 loss to the Falcons. The pick was the fifth Douglas recorded over his last 12 regular-season appearances and his 10th over 31 regular-season games with the Packers. He will continue having ample opportunities to make plays, as he has been on the field for every defensive snap the Packers have logged through two weeks.
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  • Packers' Rasul Douglas: Locked into starting spot

    Douglas made a solo tackle in Saturday's 19-15 preseason victory over the Seahawks. The 12 games Douglas started last season were a career high, and he will have a chance to top that mark in 2023, as he started all three exhibition contests and will open the season as the Green Bay's No. 2 corner behind Jaire Alexander. Douglas has some value in leagues using IDPs, as he racked up 85 stops last year and has recorded nine interceptions over 29 games since joining the Packers.
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  • Packers' Rasul Douglas: Tallies third interception

    Douglas had eight tackles (seven solo) and an interception in Monday's 24-12 victory over the Rams. Douglas did not record an interception over the first seven weeks of the season, but he has picked up the pace in that department, snagging three errant passes over Green Bay's last seven games. He has been on the field for every defensive snap in five straight games and figures to remain an every-down player the rest of the way.
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  • Packers' Rasul Douglas: Logs sack, interception in loss

    Douglas recorded six tackles (six solo), one sack and an interception during Sunday's 27-17 loss to the Bills. Douglas stepped in front of Gabe Davis in the fourth quarter for his first interception of the season, which he lateraled to fellow cornerback Jaire Alexander for a one-yard return. The veteran also logged the first sack of his career as he brought down quarterback Josh Allen at the line of scrimmage late in the first quarter. Douglas has recorded 39 tackles (32 solo) and six passes defended over eight weeks, and he sits behind inside linebackers De'Vondre Campbell and Quay Walker as the Packers' third-leading tackler so far this season.
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  • Packers' Rasul Douglas: Three pass deflections in loss

    Douglas recorded 10 tackles (five solo) and three pass deflections in Sunday's 23-21 loss to the Commanders. Douglas compiled season highs in both tackles and pass deflections Sunday, producing 10 and three, respectively. The 27-year-old has yet to intercept a pass this season after recording five picks in 2021. On the season, Douglas has registered 33 tackles and five pass deflections while playing in all seven of Green Bay's contests.
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  • Packers' Rasul Douglas: Makes major impact in Green Bay

    Douglas tallied 57 tackles (52 solo), five interceptions, a forced fumble, 13 pass deflections and two touchdowns over 12 appearances with the Packers in 2021. Douglas spent the first five weeks of the season on the Cardinals' practice squad, but the Packers subsequently picked him up and watched him make a major impact the rest of the way. After finishing tied for fourth in the league in interceptions and tied for 15th in pass deflections -- all while playing far fewer games than most of those above him -- the 26-year-old is a lock to open next season on some team's roster. Just exactly whose, however, remains to be seen.
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  • Packers' Rasul Douglas: Cleared to return

    Douglas (shoulder) has returned to Sunday's game against Washington, Matt Schneidman of The Athletic reports. Douglas exited the game in the first half and was questionable to return. He'll be back to serve a key role in the Packers' secondary, helping to fill in for the sidelined Kevin King (shoulder).
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  • Panthers' Rasul Douglas: Has career year

    Douglas finished the 2020 season with 62 tackles (50 solo) and nine passes defended in 14 games played. Douglas joined Carolina in September after being waived by Philadelphia, and, in quickly earning a starting role on his new team, the veteran ended up with a career high in tackles. That came despite Douglas missing two games during the campaign, and he also came close to his third season with double-digit pass breakups in his four years as a pro. That production should see Douglas garner interest as an unrestricted free agent this offseason.
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  • Panthers' Rasul Douglas: Active against Lions

    Douglas (ankle) is active for Sunday's game against the Lions, Bill Voth of the Panthers' official site reports. Douglas will operate as the Panthers' No. 1 cornerback Sunday because Donte Jackson (toe) is inactive. He has allowed 398 yards and two touchdowns in coverage this season.
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  • Panthers' Rasul Douglas: Questionable for Week 11

    Douglas (ankle) is officially listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Lions. Douglas was limited in Friday's session, but he began the week with back-to-back full practices. As long as he gains clearance to suit up against Detroit, Douglas should be on track to draw his usual start at cornerback.
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  • Panthers' Rasul Douglas: Returns from COVID list

    The Panthers activated Douglas off the reserve/COVID-19 list Monday. Douglas can return to team activities and will start preparing for Sunday's game versus the Chiefs. He's started the past five games at cornerback and allowed a 76.8 passer rating and no touchdowns when targeted this season. A matchup versus the Chiefs will be tough, however, and Douglas could see a heavy dose of Tyreek Hill.
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  • Panthers' Rasul Douglas: Set for starting role

    Douglas will start at one of the cornerback positions for Sunday's game against Tampa Bay, Myles Simmons of the Panthers' official site reports. The 25-year-old handled 51 defensive snaps in Week 1's loss to Las Vegas, but he'll likely assume a larger role come Week 2. Douglas will take over for rookie Troy Pride, set to try to slow down a Tom Brady-led Buccaneer offense.
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  • Rasul Douglas: Cut loose by Philly

    The Eagles waived Douglas on Saturday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. The 2017 third-round pick started six games for the Eagles last season, and he recorded 35 tackles and 10 pass breakups. However, his coverage wasn't up to par, so the Eagles let him go before his rookie contract expired. Darius Slay, Nickell Robey-Coleman and Avonte Maddox (lower body) are expected to be the top-three corners in Philly moving forward.
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  • Eagles' Rasul Douglas: Restructures contract

    Douglas agreed to restructure his contract with the Eagles on Thursday, Mike Kaye of The Newark Star-Ledger reports. The terms of Douglas' restructure remain undisclosed, but it looks likely that the 24-year-old has agreed to a more team-friendly deal in order to increase his chances of making the 53-man roster. Douglas normally plays a reserve role in Philadelphia's secondary, but he made six starts in 2019 due to an abundance of injuries to the team's cornerback group.
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  • Eagles' Rasul Douglas: Impressing in offseason

    Douglas could compete for a starting job in training camp, Dave Zangaro of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports. Since being selected by the Eagles in the third round of the 2017 NFL Draft, Douglas has appeared in 30 games with 12 starts while operating in a reserve role. The 23-year old has flashed whenever called upon, and injuries to Philadelphia's cornerback room in 2018 gave Douglas the opportunity to lead the unit in interceptions (three) and snaps. With Ronald Darby (knee) and Jalen Mills (foot) both nursing injuries, Douglas could potentially earn a starting role if he puts together an impressive training camp.
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  • Eagles' Rasul Douglas: Clear from ankle injury

    Douglas (ankle) returned to Sunday's divisional-round game against the Saints, Eliot Shorr-Parks of Sports Radio 94 WIP Philadelphia reports. Douglas was back on the sideline during the first half, but he didn't retake the field until after halftime. The 23-year-old should resume his usual starting role at cornerback if he can avoid aggravating the ankle issue.
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  • Eagles' Rasul Douglas: Suffers ankle injury

    Douglas is questionable to return to Sunday's divisional-round playoff game at New Orleans with an ankle injury, Tim McManus of reports. Douglas was able to return to the sideline after sustaining the injury during the first half, but he did not retake the field prior to halftime. Cre'von LeBlanc and Avonte Maddox will be heavily relied upon at cornerback should Douglas be unable to return, with Sidney Jones (hamstring) inactive Sunday.
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  • Eagles' Rasul Douglas: Ready to play Sunday

    Douglas (knee) is active for Sunday's game versus the Giants, Jeff McLane of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports. With Jalen Mills (foot) and Sidney Jones (hamstring) inactive, Douglas will be the Eagles' top corner and will be tasked with slowing down Giants wideout Odell Beckham. Douglas has 11 tackles over the last two weeks, and he figures to have plenty of opportunities if Beckham receives double-digit targets for the ninth time this year.
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  • Eagles' Rasul Douglas: Absent from practice

    Douglas (knee) didn't practice Wednesday, Dave Zangaro of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports. Douglas continues to manage a knee sprain suffered during Sunday's loss to the Saints, leaving his status for the Week 12 tilt against the Giants in question. His potential absence this weekend would be costly with the Eagles already listing three other cornerbacks on their injury report.
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  • Eagles' Rasul Douglas: Day-to-day with knee sprain

    Douglas suffered a knee sprain in Sunday's loss to the Saints and is considered day-to-day, Daniel Gallen of The Harrisburg Patriot-News reports. Douglas injured his knee in the fourth quarter Sunday, joining the flock of injured Eagles cornerbacks. The injury could sideline him for a bit, but he appears to have avoided a long-term issue. Look for Chandon Sullivan and Cre'Von LeBlanc to see some extra snaps as long as Douglas is limited or sidelined.
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