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  • Saints' Chase Young: Comes off PUP list

    The Saints activated Young (neck) off the active/PUP list Wednesday, Mike Triplett of NewOrleans.Football reports. Young has been dealing with a nagging neck injury that's kept him sidelined since signing with the Saints, but he was spotted practicing Wednesday and it finally seems as if he's past the issue. Now that the one-time second overall pick has returned to full health, he's expected to serve as one of New Orleans' top edge rushers in 2024.
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  • Saints' Chase Young: Passes physical

    Young (neck) passed his physical Tuesday, Katherine Terrell of ESPN reports. Young should officially be good to go for practice tomorrow despite having been placed on the active/PUP list last Thursday. The 2020 first-round pick will likely serve as a rotational pass rusher behind Cameron Jordan (ankle) and Carl Granderson after signing with the team this offseason.
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  • Saints' Chase Young: Set to practice Wednesday

    Head coach Dennis Allen said Tuesday that Young (neck) will participate in practice Wednesday, Katherine Terrell of ESPN.com reports. Young can be activated off the active/PUP list at any point during training camp to participate in practice, although it is unclear whether he will be a full participant or work with trainers. The 2020 first-round pick out of Ohio State is working through the final steps of his recovery process from his offseason neck surgery. Young recorded 25 tackles (17 solo), including 7.5 sacks, and two pass deflections over 16 regular-season games with the Commanders and 49ers in 2023.
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  • Saints' Chase Young: Facing uncertainty with neck

    Young's one-year contract with the Saints gives New Orleans protection in the event he struggles to recover from his upcoming neck surgery or otherwise misses time, with 61 percent of the money in the deal coming from per-game roster bonuses, Matthew Paras of The New Orleans Times-Picayune reports. Young has a $5.01 million base salary and can earn an additional $7.99 million in per-game roster bonuses, with the former guaranteed at signing and the latter only guaranteed if he's released. In other words, he'll miss out on around $470,000 for each game he's on the roster but inactive. Albert Breer of SI.com reports that scans on Young's neck led to reduced interest in free agency, due to a condition that was first discovered last summer after he suffered a stinger in the preseason. He ended up playing seven games for the Commanders, and then 12 post-trade for the 49ers (including playoffs), recording 7.5 sacks in the regular season and an additional sack during the postseason. Young was the No. 2 overall pick and Defensive Rookie of the Year back in 2020, but he suffered a severe knee injury the following season and managed only 1.5 sacks in 12 appearances between 2021 and 2022. He's scheduled for surgery Thursday and expected to be healthy for training camp, at which point the Saints likely will use him off the bench behind starting defensive ends Cameron Jordan and Carl Granderson.
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  • Saints' Chase Young: Officially joins New Orleans

    The Saints and Young agreed to a contract Monday. According to Katherine Terrell of ESPN.com, Young's new deal will be for one year. The No. 2 overall pick in the 2020 Draft, Young earned Defensive Rookie of the Year honors to kick off his career, but his next two seasons were derailed by injuries, and he split 2023 between the Commanders and 49ers. With 16.5 sacks in 43 games in his first four campaigns, he'll be a part of a New Orleans pass rush that features Cameron Jordan and Carl Granderson.
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  • 49ers' Chase Young: Logs first sack as a 49er

    Young compiled two tackles (two solo), including a sack, during San Francisco's 27-14 win over the Buccaneers on Sunday. Young managed to record his first sack with the 49ers on Sunday, and he now has 5.0 sacks total through seven games this season. The 2020 first-round pick will now look to increase his totals during Thursday's matchup with the Seahawks.
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  • 49ers' Chase Young: Heading to Bay Area

    The Commanders traded Young to the 49ers on Tuesday in exchange for a 2024 third-round draft pick, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. San Francisco has been seeking out a bookend to reigning Defensive Player of the Year Nick Bosa, and it appears to have found one in Young, who was the second overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft. Both are Ohio State products, and Young seemingly has bounced back after back-to-back subpar and injury-riddled campaigns with five sacks in seven games so far this season. With the 49ers on bye Week 9, Young will have plenty of time to get up to speed with his new team before its next game Nov. 12 in Jacksonville.
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  • Commanders' Chase Young: Makes impact in return

    Young returned from a neck injury, played in his first game of the season and recorded 1.5 sacks and three tackles in Washington's 35-33 win over Denver on Sunday. Young also played on 71 percent of the defensive snaps after his coach, Ron Rivera, said he would "most likely be on a pitch count." It's an encouraging sign for the 2020 NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year, who has started just 11 games since that season. Young tore his ACL and patellar tendon in Week 10 of the 2021 campaign and missed most of 2022 before injuring his neck in the preseason this year.
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  • Commanders' Chase Young: Questionable for Week 1

    Young (neck) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Cardinals. Young spent most of the summer rehabbing his neck injury but did get in a round of limited practices this week. That would typically put Young in line to play, but after missing most of camp and the preseason, it's unclear if the Commanders will clear him to play Week 1.
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  • Commanders' Chase Young: Back to practice, but limited

    Young (neck) was a limited participant at practice Wednesday ahead of Week 1 versus the Cardinals. Young played in just three games in 2022 and missed most of the preseason with a neck issue, but it's at least an encouraging sign to see him return to practice. James Smith-Williams probably has the most to gain in terms of playing time if Young sits out of game action.
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  • Commanders' Chase Young: Exits with stinger

    Young left Friday's 17-15 preseason victory over the Browns early due to a stinger, JP Finlay of NBC Sports Washington reports. Head coach Ron Rivera did not sound too concerned about the injury following the game, but it is still an issue worth monitoring. Young had his fifth-year option declined by Washington during the offseason and is now looking to bounce back from an injury-plagued start to his career.
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  • Commanders' Chase Young: Active for offseason workout

    Young was present for the start of Washington's offseason program Monday, Ralph Vacchiano of Fox Sports reports. Young appeared in only three games last season as he recovered from ACL and MCL tears he sustained in November 2021, but he looks ready to go ahead of 2023. Although the team hasn't picked up his fifth-year option on his contract for 2024, the 24-year-old seems to be all-in for what could be his final season in Washington.
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  • Commanders' Chase Young: Back in full Thursday

    Young (illness) practiced fully Thursday. After missing Wednesday's session due to an illness, the 2020 No. 2 overall draft pick returned to Thursday's practice without limitations, ultimately putting him back on track to suit up again New Year's Day versus Cleveland. Young made his campaign debut this past weekend in San Francisco and collected two tackles while playing 58 percent of Washington's defensive snaps, and while it's likely that he'll see an uptick in usage moving forward, he'll presumably be on some sort of limited snap count in Week 17.
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  • Commanders' Chase Young: Small role expected in debut

    Young (knee) is expected to face an initial limit of 12-to-15 snaps in his season debut Saturday at San Francisco, though head coach Ron Rivera is leaving the door open for the defensive end to play more if he's feeling good during the contest, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Young will be playing his first game in more than 13 months after he suffered a torn ACL and MCL and ruptured patella tendon in his right knee Nov. 14 of last year. Though Young has required slightly longer than anticipated to fully move past the injury, he appears to have had a positive week of practice and will finally be turned loose Saturday. Young will likely be limited to some extent Saturday, but he should be ready to take on a full workload by the time the Commanders host the Cowboys for the regular-season finale Jan. 8.
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  • Commanders' Chase Young: Season debut delayed again

    Young (knee) is listed as inactive Sunday against the Giants. The Commanders activated Young from the reserve/PUP list Nov. 21, likely with the hope they'd feel comfortable enough reintroducing him to the defense in short order. However, he's now had three chances to do so as he seeks his first game action since tearing the ACL in his right knee Nov. 22, 2021. Washington is firmly in the playoff chase, but with just three games remaining in the regular season, the team is running out of time to see what Young can offer before the wild-card round kicks off Saturday, Jan. 14. Young's next chance to play will come Saturday in San Francisco.
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  • Commanders' Chase Young: Season debut delayed again

    Young (knee) is inactive for Sunday's game at the Giants. Young remains in the later stages of his recovery from the torn ACL in his right knee that he sustained Week 10 of last year and required surgery Nov. 22, 2021. While he was activated from the reserve/PUP list Nov. 21 this year, his season debut will be delayed yet again, with a pregame workout ultimately deciding his fate Sunday. The Commanders embark on their bye week after Sunday's contest, so Young's next chance to play will arrive Sunday, Dec. 18, again versus the Giants.
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  • Commanders' Chase Young: Limited once again

    Young (knee) logged a limited practice Thursday, John Keim of ESPN.com reports. Young logged another limited practice as he works his way toward his 2022 debut. He'll continue pushing to make that happen Sunday against the Giants, but he'll probably need to log a full practice before doing so, making his participation level Friday worth monitoring.
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  • Commanders' Chase Young: Limited to start Week 13 prep

    Young (knee) was a limited participant in Wednesday's practice, John Keim of ESPN.com reports. Young was activated from the reserve/PUP list ahead of Week 12, but he ultimately remained sidelined for the win over Atlanta due to an illness. The star pass rusher isn't being listed with an illness anymore, so it appears he's moved past the aliment, though he remains limited while working his way back from ACL and MCL tears in his right knee. Young will likely have to log at least one full practice before Washington clears him for his 2022 season debut.
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  • Commanders' Chase Young: Dealing with illness

    Young (knee/illness), who is listed as questionable, isn't expected to be active for Sunday's contest against the Falcons, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Young has been activated from the reserve/PUP list and is thus eligible to make his season debut this week, and while it looks like that was Washington's initial plan, an illness may delay the standout defensive end's return by one more game. The Commanders will make an official decision on Young's status prior to Sunday's 1 p.m. ET kickoff, but with Ralph Vacchiano of Fox Sports reporting that the defensive end would be limited to approximately 12-to-16 snaps even if active, fantasy managers in IDP formats may want to pivot to other options.
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  • Commanders' Chase Young: Week 12 availability uncertain

    Young (knee) is listed as questionable for Sunday's against the Falcons, Nicki Jhabvala of The Washington Post reports. Young, who is working back from surgery to repair a torn ACL, remained limited in each practice this week. Though the defensive end still appears to have a decent chance at debuting Sunday, Commanders head coach Ron Rivera told Ralph Vacchiano of Fox Sports that the defensive end will be limited to about 12-to-16 snaps if he suits up.
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