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2020 0.00 0.00 -2-0.1
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Fantasy News

  • Nsimba Webster: Added to Chicago's practice squad

    Webster was signed to the Bears' practice squad Wednesday, Larry Mayer of the team's official site reports. Webster was among 14 players to join Chicago's practice squad Wednesday, leaving the Bears with two more spots. The former Eastern Washington receiver had been waived by the Bears on Tuesday.
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  • Nsimba Webster: Waived by Chicago

    The Bears waived Webster on Tuesday, Courtney Cronin of ESPN.com reports. Webster spent most of the 2021 season on the Bears' practice squad and will likely garner a similar role if he clears waivers. The undrafted return man from Eastern Washington has appeared in 27 career regular season games but has played 360 snaps on special teams compared to just nine on offense.
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  • Bears' Nsimba Webster: Leads team in targets

    Webster caught four passes for 25 yards in the Bears' 27-11 preseason win over the Seahawks on Thursday. Webster played with the second- and third-team offense, and most of his targets came from Nathan Peterman in the second half. Each of his receptions came on short passes. He'll continue to battle for a roster spot.
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  • Bears' Nsimba Webster: Likely on roster bubble

    Webster's shortcoming with catch radius has been obvious during training camp, Gene Chamberlain of SI.com reports. Although Webster has made a number of catches in practice, when he catches the ball, he's rarely had a chance to flash the speed that makes him a viable return man. Based on camp reports, it would appear his best chance to make the team would be on special teams. In his three-year career, he's played 360 snaps on special teams, compared to just nine offensive snaps.
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  • Bears' Nsimba Webster: Remains with Bears

    The Bears signed Webster to a reserve/future contract Tuesday, Larry Mayer of the Bears' official site reports. Webster spent most of the 2021 season on the Bears' practice squad and will now remain with the club heading into the offseason. He played mainly on special teams across his six regular-season appearances in 2021.
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  • Nsimba Webster: Reverts back to practice squad

    Webster reverted to the Bears' practice squad Monday, per the NFL's official transaction log. Webster was called up for Sunday's game against the Seahawks, but he played exclusively on special teams. He logged one tackle on kick coverage across 12 special-team snaps and will now return to Chicago's practice squad.
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  • Bears' Nsimba Webster: Bumps up to active roster

    Webster was elevated to Chicago's active roster Saturday. Webster was also elevated last week against the Vikings but played just six offensive snaps. The undrafted free agent has primarily been special teams depth throughout his three-year career.
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  • Nsimba Webster: Returns to practice squad

    Webster reverted to the Bears' practice squad Tuesday, per the NFL's official transaction log. Webster was called up for Monday's game against the Vikings, but he played just one offensive snap and six snaps on special teams in the loss. He logged a tackle in kick coverage but will now return to Chicago's practice squad.
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  • Bears' Nsimba Webster: Elevated to active roster

    Webster was elevated from the Bears' practice squad ahead of Monday's game against the Vikings, Larry Mayer of the Bears' official site reports. Webster will provide additional depth at wide receiver Monday since Allen Robinson (undisclosed) is unavailable and Marquise Goodwin (foot) is doubtful. Webster appeared in the first four games of the season and played exclusively on special teams.
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  • Nsimba Webster: Waived by Chicago

    The Bears waived Webster on Tuesday, Aaron Wilson of Sportstalk 790 Houston reports. Webster appeared in all four games for the Bears this season in an exclusively special-teams role. The 25-year-old return man became expendable when Chicago acquired Jakeem Grant via trade with the Dolphins.
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  • Bears' Nsimba Webster: Lands on injury report

    Webster (hamstring) was added to the injury report Friday, Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune reports. Webster was a full participant in practice Friday, but he is considered questionable for Sunday's contest against the Bengals. If he is unable suit up, Damiere Byrd will likely take over the punt-returning duties.
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  • Nsimba Webster: Waived by Niners

    The 49ers waived Webster on Tuesday, Matt Barrows of The Athletic reports. Webster played with the Rams the prior two seasons before getting waived and joining the 49ers. The receiver was dealt plenty of competition from the start and ultimately was unable to make San Francisco's initial 53-man roster. The 25-year-old is considered to be a strong candidate to make the Niners' practice squad if he clears through waivers.
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  • 49ers' Nsimba Webster: Nabbed by Niners

    The 49ers claimed Webster off waivers from the Rams on Wednesday, NFL reporter Aaron Wilson reports. Webster joins a crowded 49ers receiving corps, where he'll face steep competition for a role on special teams or a practice-squad spot. He only handled eight offensive snaps for the Rams in 2020, but he received 254 reps on special teams.
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  • Nsimba Webster: Waived by Rams

    Webster was waived by the Rams on Tuesday, Lindsey Thiry of ESPN.com reports. Webster was a special teams contributor the past two seasons in Los Angeles, but will now look to compete for a roster spot elsewhere. He only played eight offensive snaps for the Rams last season.
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  • Rams' Nsimba Webster: Definitely on roster bubble

    Webster is expected to compete for a special-teams role with Raymond Calais and 2021 NFL Draft second-round selection Tutu Atwell, Jourdan Rodrigue of The Athletic reports. Webster flashed some potential as a receiver last year during training camp, and then he spent the majority of his snaps on the kick- and punt-return units for Los Angeles last season. He could have an uphill climb to earn a roster spot after the Rams added Atwell in the draft.
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  • Rams' Nsimba Webster: Limited to special teams

    Webster played just eight offensive snaps during the 2020 season. While there were glimpses of receiving potential from the sophomore in training camp, Webster was relegated to punt- and kick-return duty this season. With few fantasy formats rewarding return yardage, the 25-year-old Eastern Washington product was an afterthought in the majority of settings. The Rams will likely bolster their receiving corps through the draft and/or free agency during the offseason, and Webster will probably have to battle to retain his special-teams job next year.
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  • Rams' Nsimba Webster: Working into punt return rotation

    Webster is expected to work into the punt returner rotation heading into Week 6, Jourdan Rodrigue of The Athletic reports. Webster failed to play a single snap Week 5, but he did have 20 and 19 kick return yards Week 1 and 2, respectively. He figures to see more chances on special teams this Sunday against San Francisco.
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  • Rams' Nsimba Webster: Makes 53-man roster

    Webster earned a spot on the Rams' 53-man roster, Jourdan Rodrigue of The Athletic reports. Pegged by most as the favorite to break camp as Los Angeles' fifth receiver, Webster projects to be the primary kick and punt returner this season. The sophomore didn't play an offensive snap last year, but he had a strong offseason and owns plus speed, so Webster could emerge as a gadget player for head coach Sean McVay. Fantasy managers probably will want to take a wait-and-see approach in most cases, though.
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  • Rams' Nsimba Webster: Scores twice against second team

    Webster caught touchdown passes on consecutive plays during red-zone drills while working with the second-team offense against the second-team defense Wednesday, Jordan Rodrigue of The Athletic reports. Webster is the favorite to break training camp with the Rams as their kick and punt returner, and while there's minimal fantasy value in those roles, his performance Wednesday is encouraging. The sophomore out of Eastern Washington is a diminutive speedster (5-foot-10, 180 pounds) who didn't play an offensive snap for the Rams last year, but there's an outside chance he carves out a role as a gadget player for creative head coach Sean McVay. Just note, Webster is firmly behind Cooper Kupp, Robert Woods, Josh Reynolds and Van Jefferson on the wide receiver depth chart.
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  • Rams' Nsimba Webster: No catches in 2019

    Webster returned two kicks for 57 yards and seven punts for 18 yards in five games this season. Webster didn't play an offensive snap this season, exclusively working as a return man during his time on the 53-man roster. The 23-year-old is an exclusive rights free agent for 2020, but he's hardly guaranteed to be tendered a contract by the Rams.
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