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  • Jacob Eason: Cut from Panthers' practice squad

    Eason was let go from the Panthers' practice squad Monday, Darin Gantt of the Panthers' official site reports. With Sam Darnold (ankle) coming off injured reserve, Eason was the odd man out in the Panthers' quarterback room, getting cut Monday. The 24-year-old joined Carolina's practice unit in late August and was elevated to serve as a backup on two occasions this season and appeared in the Panthers' Week 6 loss to the Rams, passing for 59 yards and an interception after he entered the contest for an injured PJ Walker. Eason will likely find another shot with a new team's practice unit in the near future.
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  • Jacob Eason: Heads back to practice squad

    Eason reverted to the Panthers' practice squad Monday, per the NFL's transaction log. With starter Baker Mayfield (ankle) still out, Eason was elevated ahead of Sunday's win over the Buccaneers to serve as Carolina's No. 2 quarterback behind PJ Walker. However, the practice-squad signal-caller did not play as Walker went 16-for-22 passing for 177 yards and two touchdowns against Tampa Bay. Eason will now be eligible for just one more activation on game day while with the Panthers this season.
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  • Panthers' Jacob Eason: Likely No. 2 QB on Sunday

    Eason was elevated from the practice squad to the 53-man roster Saturday, Mike Kaye of The Charlotte Observer reports. With Baker Mayfield (ankle) doubtful to face Tampa Bay and Sam Darnold (ankle) still out of action, Eason will likely serve as the backup to PJ Walker for at least one more game. Eason saw his first action of the season last week against the Rams after Walker left with a neck injury, and the former completed three of five passes for 59 yards and an interception.
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  • Panthers' Jacob Eason: Forced into action against Rams

    Eason completed three of five passes for 59 yards and an interception in Sunday's 24-10 loss to the Rams. P.J. Walker left the game in the second half with a neck injury, leaving Eason as the last quarterback available for the Panthers. The 24-year-old was a fourth-round pick of the Colts in the 2020 NFL Draft and had only five career pass attempts coming into this week, but with Baker Mayfield (ankle) and Sam Darnold (ankle) also injured, Eason could find himself getting the start for Carolina in Week 7 against Tampa Bay.
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  • Jacob Eason: Joins Carolina's practice squad

    The Panthers signed Eason to their practice squad Wednesday, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports. Eason was waived by Seattle ahead of Tuesday's 53-man roster deadline. He's spent time with the Seahawks and Colts since he was drafted by Indianapolis in the fourth round of the 2020 Draft. In Carolina, he'll operate as an emergency option behind Baker Mayfield, P.J. Walker and Sam Darnold (ankle).
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  • Jacob Eason: Cut by Seattle

    Eason was waived by Seattle on Tuesday, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports. Eason's only chance at making the 53-man roster would be if the team opted to go with three quarterbacks. However, they will stick with just Geno Smith and Drew Lock on the final roster. Assuming Eason goes unclaimed on waivers, he'll likely be signed to the team's practice squad.
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  • Seahawks' Jacob Eason: Should get playing time Thursday

    Eason is expected to play in Thursday's preseason game against the Bears with Drew Lock having been ruled out after testing positive for COVID-19, Michael-Shawn Dugar of The Athletic reports. Geno Smith and Lock took all the snaps during the team's first preseason game as the two continue to compete for the starting job. Eason isn't included in the competition, but he'll get a chance to showcase his skills during Thursday's exhibition matchup with one less signal-caller available. While he has a big arm and a 6-foot-6, 231-pound frame, Eason has been unable to get on the field through his first two seasons in the league, as the 2020 fourth-round pick has handled just five offensive snaps in the regular season. A strong performance in Thursday's game could keep him in the backup conversation, either in Seattle or elsewhere.
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  • Jacob Eason: Cut loose by Colts

    Eason was waived by the Colts on Tuesday, Doug Kyed of Pro Football Focus reports. Eason fell behind Brett Hundley in the Colts' pecking order and has now lost his roster spot altogether with Sam Ehlinger (knee) being activated off injured reserve. Eason had some intriguing tools coming out of college but hasn't shown enough at the pro level to keep a backup role at this point.
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  • Colts' Jacob Eason: Demotion may be on horizon

    The Colts have named Brett Hundley as the backup quarterback behind Carson Wentz for Sunday's game against the Dolphins, likely leaving Eason as a healthy inactive for that contest, Mike Wells of ESPN.com reports. Hundley doesn't currently possess a spot on the 53-man roster, but the Colts will elevate him from the practice squad for the second straight week to provide a more experienced option behind the banged-up Wentz, who sprained both of his ankles Week 2. Though Hundley may not become a permanent member of the roster, Eason could be stuck in the No. 3 role for the rest of the season, if he isn't waived or traded elsewhere. Rookie sixth-round pick Sam Ehlinger (knee) was designated to return from injured reserve Wednesday after missing the first three weeks of the season, and he could eventually move ahead of Eason in the pecking order at quarterback once activated.
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  • Colts' Jacob Eason: Backup role in doubt

    Colts head coach Frank Reich would not say whether Eason or Brett Hundley would start if Carson Wentz (ankles) is unable to play Sunday against Tennessee, ESPN 1075.5 FM Indianapolis reports. Wentz will be a game-time decision after practicing Friday. Brett Hundley took the majority of snaps earlier in the week when Wentz missed practice, suggesting that Hundley would get the start if Wentz can't play. Either way, this isn't a show of confidence in Eason as he was the backup before the regular season began, but he threw a key interception late in last week's game in relief of Wentz.
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  • Colts' Jacob Eason: Will start if Wentz can't

    Eason will be the Week 1 starting quarterback if Carson Wentz (foot) isn't cleared to play, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Eason was competing with Sam Ehlinger, who now is expected to miss at least a month with an ACL sprain. However, Wentz returned to practice this past week and seems to be gearing up for the opener, so the battle between Eason and Ehlinger had lost some of its intrigue even before the injury.
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  • Colts' Jacob Eason: Seems set for No. 2 role

    Eason completed 10 of 14 passes for 74 yards in Friday's preseason win over the Lions. He was under center for the Colts' first three drives and led them to two field goals, although one of those possessions started at the Detroit 18-yard line. The second-year QB didn't exactly stretch the field, but with Carson Wentz looking increasingly likely to be ready for Week 1 against Seattle, Eason seems locked into the No. 2 role -- particularly after Sam Ehlinger left Friday's game with a knee injury.
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  • Colts' Jacob Eason: Gets turn as backup to Ehlinger

    Eason was 16-for-27 passing for 132 yards and notched a three-yard carry during Saturday's preseason win in Minnesota. After Eason started preseason Week 1 ahead of Sam Ehlinger, the tables turned Saturday, with the latter getting the first five possessions of the game. Ehlinger has been turnover prone through two exhibitions -- three interceptions versus no touchdowns -- but he's also turned 10 rushes into 41 yards. Meanwhile, Eason has combined for 31 completions, 315 yards, no TDs and no picks on 48 attempts during that stretch. Considering he's been more crisp as a passer, Eason may have the edge on Ehlinger to start Week 1, assuming Carson Wentz (foot) is unable to suit up.
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  • Colts' Jacob Eason: Getting starting nod Sunday

    Coach Frank Reich said Eason will start Sunday's preseason game against the Panthers, when he's likely to see action into the second quarter, George Bremer of The Anderson Herald Bulletin reports. Once Carson Wentz (foot) went under the knife, Eason received most of the first-team reps before yielding about half of them to rookie Sam Ehlinger in recent practices. Still, Eason is getting the first chance to be under center Saturday before Ehlinger has that same opportunity in preseason Week 2 at Minnesota. Eason, a 2020 fourth-round pick, has yet to throw a pass in an NFL game, exhibition or otherwise.
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  • Colts' Jacob Eason: Ample preseason action on deck

    Coach Frank Reich said "[Eason is] probably going to play a lot more than Carson [Wentz] would" this preseason, Kevin Hickey of USA Today reports. The majority of Indianapolis' starters will likely only handle sparse preseason snaps in order to avoid potential injuries, but with Wentz looking at a 5-to-12 week recovery timetable after undergoing foot surgery, Eason will need all the game reps he can get. As a result of the 2020 fourth-round pick redshirting behind Philip Rivers and Jacoby Brissett as a rookie, the Colts have only really been able to evaluate him in practices. Reich recently indicated that he expects Eason to play two quarters in Indianapolis' preseason opener against Carolina on Aug. 15.
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  • Colts' Jacob Eason: Will fill in for Wentz

    With Carson Wentz slated to undergo a foot procedure, Eason is in line to handle the Colts' starting QB duties for the time being, Zak Keefer of The Athletic reports. Per Adam Schefter of ESPN, Wentz will miss an estimated 5-to-12 weeks. Under that broad timeline, there's the distinct possibility that Eason will be the Colts' starting signal-caller Week 1. With that in mind, coach Frank Reich indicated that the "job is Jacob's right now...and he's gotta earn it. But he's in the driver's seat." Also currently in the team's quarterback mix are Sam Ehlinger, Brett Hundley and Jalen Morton.
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  • Colts' Jacob Eason: Filling in for Wentz

    Eason worked with the Colts' starters during Friday's practice, Joel A. Erickson of The Indianapolis Star reports. With Carson Wentz dealing with a foot injury that is expected to cost him some time, Eason is in line to take starter's reps at practice in the meantime, with Sam Ehlinger and Jalen Morton also on hand. A timetable for Wentz's return is pending the results of tests that he's undergoing, per Ian Rapoport of NFL Network.
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