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  • Commanders' Benjamin St-Juste: Uneven performance in 2023

    St-Juste finished 2023 with 67 tackles, 17 pass defenses, two forced fumbles, 1.0 sacks and one interception in 16 games. The 2021 third-round pick had a career year from an IDP standpoint but was one of the most picked-on cornerbacks in the league. At least three different stat services placed St-Juste in the bottom six among all players for yards allowed in coverage, and a new coaching staff in Washington may want him out of the starting lineup in 2024 for the final season of his rookie contract.
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  • Commanders' Benjamin St-Juste: Ready for Sunday

    St-Juste (concussion) has no injury designation ahead of Sunday's game against the Cowboys. Washington's top cornerback was able to practice in full for the second consecutive day, and he's set to face the Cowboys in Week 18 after clearing concussion protocol. St-Juste has started all 15 of the games he's appeared in for Washington this season, racking up 63 total tackles, 17 pass deflections and one interception.
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  • Commanders' Benjamin St-Juste: Misses practice Wednesday

    St-Juste (concussion) did not participate at the Commanders' practice Wednesday. St-Juste suffered a concussion in Washington's loss to the Jets in Week 16 and his absence Wednesday comes as no surprise. The cornerback will look to progress through concussion protocol prior to Sunday's matchup with the 49ers. If he's unable to do so, Quan Martin and Tariq Castro-Fields will likely see an uptick in usage against San Francisco.
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  • Commanders' Benjamin St-Juste: Practices Thursday

    St-Juste (illness) was a full participant in practice Thursday after missing Wednesday's session. The starting cornerback will try to get another practice in Friday ahead of Sunday's matchup with the Giants. St-Juste has 49 tackles, 15 passes defensed, an interception and a forced fumble in 2023.
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  • Commanders' Benjamin St-Juste: Status in question for Sunday

    St-Juste (ankle) is questionable to play in Week 17 against the Browns, Nicki Jhabvala of The Washington Post reports. St-Juste went down with an ankle injury in Week 16 versus the 49ers, and the issue has continued to plague him this week in practice. If the cornerback is unable to play Sunday, Rachad Wildgoose could step into a more significant role in the secondary against Cleveland.
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  • Commanders' Benjamin St-Juste: Suffers ankle injury

    St-Juste exited Saturday's game in San Francisco due to an ankle injury. After missing the Commanders' last three contests due to a right ankle sprain, St-Juste may have aggravated the issue on the 49ers' first play from scrimmage, when he tackled Brandon Aiyuk at the end of a nine-yard catch. If he's unable to return, St-Juste's next chance to suit up will be Sunday, Jan. 1 against the Browns.
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  • Commanders' Benjamin St-Juste: Will suit up Saturday

    St-Juste (ankle) has been deemed active ahead of Saturday's contest against the 49ers. St-Juste will officially return after missing the Commanders' last three games with an ankle injury. The 25-year-old cornerback has logged 38 stops, one sack and seven passes defended over 11 games this season, and he should step back into a starting role opposite Kendall Fuller.
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  • Commanders' Benjamin St-Juste: Expected to play

    St-Juste (ankle) is listed as questionable for Saturday's matchup against the 49ers, but he's expected to play, John Keim of ESPN.com reports. St-Juste has been sidelined for three straight games due to a right ankle sprain and was in danger of missing a fourth, but per Keim, the second-year defensive back will be back in the mix against San Francisco. Before the injury, St-Juste totaled 38 tackles, seven pass defenses, one sack and one forced fumble. If he's indeed available Saturday, he'll likely reclaim his starting spot opposite Kendall Fuller, though fantasy mangers are still encouraged to confirm his availability before kickoff.
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  • Commanders' Benjamin St-Juste: Questionable for Sunday

    St-Juste (ankle) is questionable to play Sunday night versus the Giants. St-Juste returned to practice this week after missing the Commanders' last two games with an ankle injury prior to their Week 14 bye week and has a shot at returning to the field Sunday. His status is worth monitoring as the game approaches; if the cornerback is unavailable, Christian Holmes will likely draw another start in Washington's secondary.
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  • Commanders' Benjamin St-Juste: Missing first game of the year

    St-Juste (ankle) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Falcons, Nicki Jhabvala of The Washington Post reports. St-Juste sustained an apparent ankle injury in the Week 11 win over Houston, and he ultimately failed to practice in any capacity prior to Sunday's contest versus Atlanta. With the 25-year-old sidelined, Kendall Fuller, Bobby McCain and Rachad Wildgoose are in line to operate as Washington's top cornerbacks.
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  • Commanders' Benjamin St-Juste: Healthy in preseason finale

    St-Juste (hamstring) registered one pass defended during Saturday's preseason game against the Ravens. St-Juste hit the playing field again after sitting out Washington's two previous preseason outings with hamstring tightness. As a result, the 2021 third-round pick figures to be ready for more significant action when the Commanders' season opener against the Jaguars rolls around on Sept. 11.
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  • Commanders' Benjamin St-Juste: Offseason standout

    St-Juste (concussion) has been participating in Washington's recent offseason programs, Bryan Manning of USA Today reports. St-Juste missed eight games last season after sustaining two concussions, with the latter head injury costing him the final six contests of 2021. Now cleared to compete, St-Juste has been making waves this offseason with his play in camp. He'll at the very least provide depth in the secondary, and he has a chance to earn the top nickelback role for the Commanders in 2022.
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  • Football Team's Benjamin St-Juste: Placed on IR

    St-Juste (concussion) was officially moved to injured reserve Thursday. The cornerback suffered the concussion Monday night against the Seahawks and he will now miss at least three weeks before he can return from IR. With St-Juste unavailable, Troy Apke may be asked to step into a larger role in the secondary for Week 13 against the Raiders.
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  • Football Team's Benjamin St-Juste: Out for Week 10

    St-Juste (concussion) has been ruled out of Washington's Week 10 contest against the Buccaneers, Nicki Jhabvala of The Washington Post reports. St-Juste has been dealing with concussions for most of the season. The cornerback is set to miss his second game of the season with a concussion. Expect Troy Apke to fill in Sunday as the main reserve cornerback behind Kendall Fuller.
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  • Football Team's Benjamin St-Juste: Healthy heading into Week 5

    St-Juste (concussion) is not listed on Washington's injury report ahead of Sunday's matchup with the Saints, Nicki Jhabvala of The Washington Post reports. St-Juste was inactive for Week 4 after being placed in concussion protocols following Washington's Week 3 loss to Buffalo. The rookie played a prominent role for Washington through the first three weeks of the season, but it's unclear if his snaps will be limited during his Week 5 return.
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  • Football Team's Benjamin St-Juste: Won't play in Atlanta

    St-Juste (concussion) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Falcons, Sam Fortier of The Washington Post reports. St-Juste was placed in the concussion protocol after Washington's Week 2 loss to Buffalo. The rookie third-round pick will need to clear the protocol before he's eligible to retake the field, with his next opportunity to do the latter coming in Week 5 against the Saints.
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