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  • Texans' Myles Bryant: Finds new opportunity

    Bryant signed a contract with the Texans on Monday, Aaron Wilson of KPRC 2 Houston reports. Bryant will suit up for a new franchise in 2024 after spending the first four years of his career in New England. The Washington product appeared in all 17 games last season, recording 77 tackles (65 solo), including 1.0 sacks, while also forcing two fumbles and grabbing an interception. The 26-year-old should have the opportunity to bolster the depth in Houston's secondary in the upcoming campaign.
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  • Patriots' Myles Bryant: Career-high numbers in 2023

    Bryant racked up 77 tackles (65 solo), including 1.0 sack, seven pass breakups (one interception) and two forced fumbles across 17 regular-season appearances in 2023. Bryant also accrued 11 yards on kick returns and 105 yards as a punt returner. The versatile contributor mostly handled slot snaps at cornerback for New England, but his dual-threat ability to handle punt return duties as well inarguably increased his value for the Patriots. Bryant is scheduled to become an unrestricted free agent this offseason.
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  • Patriots' Myles Bryant: Questionable for Sunday

    Bryant (illness) is listed as questionable ahead of Sunday's game against the Jets. Bryant could be trending in the right direction to play Sunday, as he began the Patriots' week of practice with a DNP but followed that up with limited work both Thursday and Friday. If the Washington product is unable to suit up in Week 18, Alex Austin could shoulder an increased workload in New England's secondary, and Demario Douglas would likely assume the team's top punt-returner duties.
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  • Patriots' Myles Bryant: Set to face Colts

    Bryant (chest) is listed as active for Sunday's game against the Colts. After being limited in practice this week, Bryant approached the contest listed as questionable. With his availability confirmed, the cornerback is in line to remain a key cog in the Patriots' secondary in Week 10. Through nine games, Bryant -- who notched seven tackles in a Week 9 loss to the Commanders -- has recorded 48 tackles, two forced fumbles and a sack, numbers that keep him on the radar in deeper IDP formats.
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  • Patriots' Myles Bryant: Limited with chest injury

    Bryant (chest) was limited in Wednesday's practice. After starting four of New England's first five games, Bryant has been a sub-package player the last four weeks. On the season, Bryant has 48 tackles (40 solo), two pass breakups, two forced fumbles and one sack. He should be able to play Sunday in Germany versus Indianapolis.
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  • Patriots' Myles Bryant: Ten tackles in loss

    Bryant recorded 10 tackles (six solo) while forcing two fumbles in Sunday's 38-3 loss to the Cowboys. Bryant was very active in Week 4, finishing second only to Kyle Dugger in tackles. On top of that, Bryant was able to dislodge the ball from Dallas two times, both of which the Cowboys were able to get back. Through four games, the cornerback has compiled 26 tackles, two pass deflections and two forced fumbles.
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  • Patriots' Myles Bryant: Returning to New England

    Bryant signed his restricted free agent tender with the Patriots on Monday, Field Yates of ESPN reports. Bryant now is officially tied to the Patriots for the 2023 campaign after registering 70 tackles (45 solo) and an interception for them last season. The 25-year-old will look to build off of his career year and should be in line to start at corner as well as serve as an option on punt returns.
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  • Patriots' Myles Bryant: Able to practice

    Bryant (undisclosed) is practicing Monday, indicating that he has been removed from the active/non-football injury list, ESPN's Mike Reiss reports. The nature of Bryant's injury wasn't revealed, but it evidently wasn't anything major. He's expected to earn a roster spot in 2022 and reprise his depth cornerback role from the previous season.
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