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Fantasy News

  • Browns' Miller Forristall: Slots in as No. 3 tight end

    Forristall slots in as the Browns' No. 3 tight end following the 2022 NFL Draft, Zac Jackson of The Athletic reports. Forristall appeared in just two games with the Browns in 2021 and signed a reserve/future contract with the team in January. Cleveland is expected to utilize fewer sets with multiple tight ends this season, so the 24-year-old is unlikely to see a major uptick in snaps in 2022.
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  • Browns' Miller Forristall: Signs contract with Browns

    The Browns signed Forristall (hamstring) to a reserve/future contract Monday. Forristall made two appearances with the Browns this year but wasn't targeted in either of his two games on the active roster. He was placed on the practice squad injured list with a hamstring issue last week but will now remain with the organization heading into the offseason.
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  • Miller Forristall: Out with injury

    The Browns placed Forristall on the practice squad injured list Saturday with a hamstring injury. Forristall re-signed with Cleveland's practice squad earlier in the weekend. The 23-year-old will need to be on the injured list for at least three weeks, so his only chance of seeing the field again this season is if the Browns make the playoffs.
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  • Miller Forristall: Back with Browns' practice squad

    Forristall was signed to the Browns' practice squad Tuesday. The 23-year-old was activated for the second consecutive game in Week 15, playing one snap. Forristall was cut by the team Friday, but he has now returned to the Browns' practice squad.
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  • Miller Forristall: Gets cut by Browns

    Forristall was cut by the Browns on Friday. Forristall became expendable with the Browns' tight-end unit healthy now that Austin Hooper has returned from the COVID list and Harrison Bryant has bounced back from an ankle injury. With the Browns' defensive line and secondary units dealing with several issues, it makes sense to use that roster space elsewhere. Forristall appeared in two games for the Browns this season, playing 11 snaps on offense and generating no stats.
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  • Browns' Miller Forristall: Activated for Week 15 loss

    Forristall played one offensive snap in Monday's 16-14 loss to the Raiders. With starting tight end Austin Hooper unavailable on the reserve/COVID-19 list, Forristall was part of the active roster for the second consecutive game. He played 10 offensive snaps last week against the Baltimore and has not been targeted in the two games.
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  • Browns' Miller Forristall: Expected to be activated Sunday

    Forristall could be activated for Sunday's game against the Ravens, with Harrison Bryant (ankle) ruled out and David Njoku (COVID-19) questionable, Marla Ridenour of the Akron Beacon Journal reports. Forristall has been on the Browns' practice squad since the middle of September and is well versed in the offense, per head coach Kevin Stefanski. If Cleveland is down two tight ends, it would have only Forristall and starting tight end Austin Hooper available. They would be forced to use an offensive lineman for their 13 personnel alignments, which is a regular feature of the offense when Bryant and Njoku are healthy.
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  • Browns' Miller Forristall: Signed to active roster

    The Browns signed Forristall to the active roster from their practice squad Tuesday. Forristall spent the first week of the season on the Titans' practice squad before joining the Browns' practice squad Sept. 20. He was elevated for the team's Week 8 contest against the Bengals but never saw the field. The undrafted rookie free agent will have his best chance to make his NFL debut in Week 14, as David Njoku and Stephen Carlson are both on the COVID-19 list, and Harrison Bryant (ankle) is doubtful.
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  • Miller Forristall: Reverts to practice squad

    Forristall reverted to the Browns' practice squad Monday, per the NFL's official transaction log. Forristall was elevated from Cleveland's practice squad ahead of Week 9, but the tight end was inactive for this past Sunday's game against the Bengals. Forristall will now await his next opportunity to see the field for Cleveland as a member of the team's practice squad.
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  • Browns' Miller Forristall: Elevated to active roster

    Forristall was elevated from the practice squad Saturday. With tight end Harrison Bryant questionable with a thigh injury, the Browns have called up Forristall to serve as a third-string tight end behind Austin Hooper and David Njoku. The undrafted free agent out of Alabama may see some action since the Browns utilize the tight end position quite a bit.
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  • Miller Forristall: Ready for call

    Forristall could be added from Cleveland's practice squad to the active roster if Harrison Bryant (thigh) is unable to play Sunday, Zac Jackson of The Athletic reports. Of the five players listed as questionable entering Week 9's matchup against the Bengals, the Browns expect all but Bryant to play. More will be learned come game time, but if Bryant can't go, the team could have Forristall, an undrafted free agent out of Alabama, serve as the third tight end in an offense that uses the position heavily. Even as a third-string tight end, Bryant has played nearly 40 percent of the offensive snaps this season.
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  • Miller Forristall: Earns practice squad chance

    The Browns signed Forristall to the practice squad Tuesday, Terry McCormick of TitanInsider.com reports. Forristall spent time with the Titans during the offseason. The undrafted rookie out of Alabama will now get a chance to continue his development in Cleveland.
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