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  • Ravens' Trayvon Mullen: May miss season

    Mullen will undergo toe surgery, and head coach John Harbaugh expects him to miss the season, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports. Mullen was already set to miss the first four games of the season after being placed on the reserve/non-football injury list Friday. Now it appears his absence will likely extend beyond that. The 25-year-old was expected to compete for a depth role in the secondary after being claimed off waivers from the Cowboys in January.
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  • Ravens' Trayvon Mullen: Heads to reserve/NFI list

    The Ravens placed Mullen (toe) on the reserve/non-football injury list Friday. Mullen, 26 next month, battled toe issues to begin last season, missing the first two games of the year. He was eventually let go by Arizona, claimed off waivers by Dallas, and then claimed by Baltimore in January. Mullen's placement on reserve/NFI knocks him out for at least the first four games of the season.
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  • Ravens' Trayvon Mullen: Sticking with Baltimore

    The Ravens re-signed Mullen (toe) and assigned him to the active/non-football injury list Saturday, Aaron Wilson of KPRC 2 Houston reports. Mullen was originally released by Baltimore on Friday after he was added to the team's active/NFI list with a toe injury Wednesday. However, it appears he and the team were able to quickly work out a new deal despite this toe issue. While his timeline for a return is still up in the air, Mullen will be eligible to practice and play at any point in the preseason while still on the active/non-football injury list.
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  • Trayvon Mullen: Let go by Baltimore

    Mullen (toe) was released by the Ravens on Friday with a non-football injury designation, Aaron Wilson of KPRC 2 Houston reports. Mullen was placed on the active/non-football injury list Wednesday but was cut by the team two days later. The 2019 second-round pick out of Clemson will have to look elsewhere for an opportunity to stick onto an NFL roster.
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  • Cowboys' Trayvon Mullen: Full go Wednesday

    Mullen (illness) was a full participant during Wednesday's walkthrough, Todd Archer of ESPN.com reports. Mullen was sidelined for the Cowboy's wild-card win over Tampa Bay on Monday Night due to an illness, but he's since moved past the issue and should suit up for Sunday's divisional-round matchup against the 49ers. However, the veteran cornerback isn't expected to garner a major role during the playoff contest, as he's made just one appearance for Dallas this season.
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  • Cowboys' Trayvon Mullen: Won't play Monday

    Mullen (illness) is listed as out for Monday's game at Tampa Bay, Michael Gehlken of The Dallas Morning News reports. After playing just one game with Dallas in the regular season, Mullen will sit out of the wild-card round recovering from an illness. With Trevon Diggs, DaRon Bland and Kelvin Joseph all healthy headed into Monday night, it's unlikely Mullen was an integral part of Dallas' defensive game plan anyway.
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  • Cowboys' Trayvon Mullen: Picked up by Dallas

    The Cowboys claimed Mullen off waivers Wednesday, Todd Brock of USA Today reports. Mullen will head to Dallas after a disappointing tenure with the Cardinals this season. The 2019 second-round pick played a prominent role over his first two seasons with the Raiders before suiting up for just five games in 2021 due to separate foot and toes injuries. He was then traded to Arizona in August, and he recorded 13 tackles and one pass defended while being limited to eight games due to a hamstring issue. After being waived Tuesday, Mullen should now have a chance to immediately contribute in the Cowboy's depleted secondary.
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  • Cardinals' Trayvon Mullen: Sidelined for TNF

    Mullen (hamstring) was ruled inactive ahead of Thursday's game against the Saints. Mullen managed to log three consecutive limited practices this week, but he'll ultimately be ruled out for the third consecutive game against New Orleans. The fourth-year cornerback played just 18 defensive snaps in two games against the Rams and Panthers this season, so his absence won't have much of an impact on Arizona's defense. With Mullen sidelined, expect Antonio Hamilton and Christian Matthew to slot in behind starters Byron Murphy and Marco Wilson.
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  • Cardinals' Trayvon Mullen: Traded to Cardinals

    Mullen was traded to the Cardinals from the Raiders on Tuesday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Mullen was expected to play a large role in the Raiders' secondary this season, but he will now get a fresh start in Arizona. The exact details of the trade are still unknown, but the cornerback will likely step into prominent role alongside Byron Murphy with the Cardinals. Mullen played in five games with the Raiders last season, making 20 tackles while deflecting four passes and intercepting another.
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  • Raiders' Trayvon Mullen: Placed on PUP

    The Raiders placed Mullen (undisclosed) on the PUP list Tuesday. The nature of Mullen's injury is unclear, though he was limited to only five games in 2021 due to a toe issue. He also underwent an unspecified surgery in May, so the fact that he's still not ready to take the field is a bit concerning. Assuming he's medically cleared at some point during training camp, Mullen should be in line to serve as a starting boundary cornerback for the Raiders.
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  • Raiders' Trayvon Mullen: Ruled out against Browns

    Mullen (toe) is out for Saturday's game against the Browns, Paul Gutierrez of ESPN.com reports. Mullen did not practice in any capacity throughout the week, so it comes as little surprise that he has been ruled out for Saturday's game. It's been a tough season on the health front for Mullen, as he was active for the first time in eight games in Week 14 after being sidelined by a toe injury. It's unclear if his current issue is related, but he's set to miss additional action.
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  • Raiders' Trayvon Mullen: Receives return designation

    Mullen (toe) was designated to return from injured reserve Thursday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Mullen landed on injured reserve with the toe injury in early October, but he's now been cleared to practice. The move opens a 21-day practice window during which the 24-year-old can be reinstated to the active roster, otherwise he'll revert to injured reserve for the rest of the season.
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  • Raiders' Trayvon Mullen: Moved to IR

    Mullen (toe) was put on injured reserve Saturday. The 24-year-old will now be inactive for at least three contests with the toe injury he suffered in Week 4 against the Chargers. In the first four games, he had 16 tackles, four pass deflections and an interception. Fellow cornerback Keisean Nixon was activated from the IR on Saturday.
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  • Raiders' Trayvon Mullen: Unavailable against Chicago

    Mullen (toe) won't play Sunday against the Bears. Mullen was banged up in last week's loss to the Chargers, and he was a non-participant in practice ahead of the Week 5 matchup. Nate Hobbs and Amik Robertson should see increased work with Mullen and Damon Arnette (groin) sidelined.
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  • Raiders' Trayvon Mullen: Returns Sunday

    Mullen (shoulder) returned to Sunday's game against the Dolphins, according to Paul Gutierrez of ESPN.com. Mullen left the game late in the second half, but his absence wasn't anything major and he managed to return to action before the end of the contest.
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  • Raiders' Trayvon Mullen: Questionable to return

    Mullen (shoulder) is questionable to return Sunday against the Dolphins. Mullen picked up the injury late in the second half, and it remains to be seen if he'll be able to return to the gridiron. If he can't keep playing, then Nate Hobbs or Amik Robertson could be in line to see increased snaps.
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  • Raiders' Trayvon Mullen: Ready to rock

    Mullen (illness) is officially active for Sunday's game against the Jets. Mullen fell under the weather during Friday's practice but he presumably passed a COVID-19 test and was cleared to play. With the Clemson product officially healthy, expect him to handle his usual starting role at cornerback opposite Nevin Lawson in Sunday's contest.
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  • Raiders' Trayvon Mullen: Questionable with illness

    Mullen was added to the injury report with an illness ahead of Sunday's game against the Chiefs, Paul Gutierrez of ESPN.com reports. Mullen was a full participant at practice earlier in the week, but he appears to have come under the weather Friday. As a result, he will presumably have to pass a COVID-19 test to go along with getting his health back up to par before kickoff Sunday in order to play. If he is ultimately unable to go, look for Amik Robertson and Damon Arnette to see increased roles in the defensive backfield.
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  • Raiders' Trayvon Mullen: Aggravates hamstring injury

    Mullen was forced out of Sunday's game against the Chargers with a hamstring injury. Mullen popped up on the injury report Friday with a hamstring injury and was limited for the final two practices of the week. The second-year cornerback out of Clemson started Sunday anyway, but it appears he aggravated the issue. Lamarcus Joyner likely will be an every-down player if Mullen can't return.
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  • Raiders' Trayvon Mullen: Gets questionable designation

    Mullen (hamstring) is listed as questionable for Sunday's contest against the Chargers, Paul Gutierrez of ESPN.com reports. Mullen was added to the injury report Thursday and logged consecutive limited workloads at practice to close out the week. The team will presumably wait to see how he is feeling during pregame warmups before making a final decision on his status.
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