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  • Falcons' Erik Harris: Out for Thursday's matchup

    Harris (foot) has been ruled out for Thursday's matchup against Carolina, Michael Rothstein of reports. Harris will miss a second straight game due to a foot injury. The veteran operates primarily on special teams, so his absence shouldn't impact Atlanta's defense.
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  • Falcons' Erik Harris: Seven stops in blowout loss

    Harris registered seven tackles (four solo) and one pass deflection during Sunday's 43-3 loss to the Cowboys. Harris has registered at least seven tackles in four straight games since the Falcons' Week 6 bye. The 31-year-old safety's tackling production makes him a high-floor IDP option, but his lack of sacks and turnovers leaves little upside for fantasy managers.
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  • Falcons' Erik Harris: Back to full health

    Harris (calf) is not listed on Wednesday's injury report. Harris missed Week 5 due to a calf injury, but he appears to have returned to full health during Atlanta's bye. He stands to resume handling his usual starting role beginning with Sunday's road matchup against the Dolphins.
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  • Falcons' Erik Harris: Not practicing Wednesday

    Harris (calf) was a non-participant at Wednesday's practice, Michael Rothstein of reports. Harris picked up the calf injury during Sunday's loss to Washington, and he was unable to practice Wednesday. The 31-year-old likely will need to practice in some capacity Thursday or Friday to have a chance of playing Week 5.
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  • Falcons' Erik Harris: Signs with Falcons

    Harris signed a contract with the Falcons on Thursday, Jason Butt of the Atlanta News Now reports. Harris spent the past four seasons with the Raiders, during which he saw a significant amount of defensive snaps as he served as the starting strong safety for the team. During his 2020 campaign, Harris posted 61 tackles (44 solo), five pass breakups and a forced fumble through 14 games. The 30-year-old will aim to provide a boost to Atlanta's secondary in the upcoming NFL season.
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  • Raiders' Erik Harris: Without practice restrictions

    Harris (calf) was a full practice participant Thursday, Paul Gutierrez of reports. Harris was questionable heading into Las Vegas' Week 12 matchup against the Falcons, ultimately fielding just four defensive snaps during the contest. That, of course, is a huge dip from his typical workload, as Harris started the 2020 campaign with nine straight starts and an average of 56.3 defensive snaps per game Weeks 1 through 10. The chances of him being active for a Week 13 matchup against the Jets are strong, with Harris having upgraded from limited to full practice participation between Wednesday and Thursday.
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  • Raiders' Erik Harris: Just one tackle again

    Harris logged one solo tackle in Sunday's 24-17 win over the Chargers. That makes two games in a row with just one tackle for Harris. The lack of production hasn't been for want of playing time as he has seen at least 57 snaps in each game.
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  • Raiders' Erik Harris: Makes one tackle

    Harris had one assisted tackle during Sunday's 20-16 loss to the Jaguars. Harris played every defensive snap Sunday but failed to record multiple tackles for the first time since stepping into the starting role Week 2. The 29-year-old has 68 tackles (59 solo), three interceptions and two defensive touchdowns through 14 games.
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  • Raiders' Erik Harris: Estimated as limited participant

    Harris was estimated to be limited participant on Monday's injury report due to an illness, Daniel Popper of The Athletic reports. Harris played every defensive snap in Sunday's win over the Lions despite being listed as questionable with the illness, and it appears he's not fully past the issue. The 29-year-old seems on track to be available for Thursday's game against the Chargers, barring a setback.
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  • Raiders' Erik Harris: Paces squad in tackles

    Harris recorded 11 tackles (nine solo) and a pass breakup in Sunday's 31-24 win over the Lions. Harris played all 71 defensive snaps in this contest en route to a team- and career-high tackle tally. This is Harris' fifth straight game with an every-snap role, as the Raiders have been rolling with many three-safety sets featuring Karl Joseph and Lamarcus Joyner as well. Harris has averaged 6.6 tackles during that stretch, and he'll look to tack on more in Thursday's matchup against the Chargers.
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  • Raiders' Erik Harris: Shakes off illness

    Harris (illness) will play in Sunday's clash against the Lions. Harris only practiced in a limited fashion Friday, putting his availability in jeopardy, but he will give it a go for Week 9. The 29-year-old is expected to settle into his depth secondary role for the game now that he's officially healthy.
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  • Raiders' Erik Harris: Interceptions in two straight

    Harris finished with seven tackles and an interception Monday in the Raiders' 27-14 win over the Broncos. Harris is now up to two interceptions for the season, both of which have come in the last two contests. Though he's third on the depth chart at safety behind starters Karl Joseph and Marcus Gilchrist, Harris is still regularly featured in nickel packages, routinely affording him elevated snap counts. The 59 defensive snaps he logged Monday were Harris' most of the season.
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  • Raiders' Erik Harris: Re-ups with Raiders

    Harris signed his exclusive-rights tender with the Raiders on Monday. Harris was a key member of Oakland's special-teams unit this past season, playing 286 snaps in that phase while racking up five tackles in the process. He's now set to remain with the Raiders through the end of the 2018 campaign.
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  • Saints' Erik Harris: Expected to participate in offseason conditioning program

    Harris will participate in the Saints' offseason conditioning program, reports ESPN's Mike Triplett. He is also expected to be a full-go in time for training camp after tearing his ACL this past October. Harris, who spent the prior three years in the Canadian Football League, earned a roster spot with New Orleans last year but appeared in only four games, netting one tackle before suffering a season-ending knee injury. Even if Harris is able to return from injury at full strength, he will have to compete for a roster spot at a crowded safety position.
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