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  • Patriots' Kyle Dugger: Gets long-term deal

    Dugger and the Patriots agreed Sunday on a four-year, $58 million deal, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. According to Rapoport, Dugger's contract is worth up to $66 million and contains $32.5 million guaranteed. Earlier in the offseason, New England placed its transition tag on Dugger, but the tag merely served as a placeholder until the 28-year-old safety was able to work out a longer-team deal with the Patriots. Dugger turned in his best season yet in 2023, appearing in all 17 of the Patriots' games while logging 109 tackles, 1.5 sacks, seven passes defensed, two interceptions and one forced fumble.
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  • Patriots' Kyle Dugger: Will receive transition tag

    The Patriots will place the transition tag on Dugger, Andrew Callahan of the Boston Herald reports. Per Mike Reiss of, by placing the transition tag (worth $13.81 million) on Dugger, the Patriots retain the right to match any free agent offers the starting safety might receive. In 17 games during the 2023 regular season, the 2020 second-rounder recorded a career-high 109 tackles, including 1.5 sacks, to go along with two interceptions.
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  • Patriots' Kyle Dugger: Good to go

    Dugger (undisclosed) is available for Sunday's tilt verus the Bills. Dugger was considered questionable for Sunday's tilt, but he is ultimately feeling good enough to play through it. Look for him to take on his usual role at strong safety assuming he avoids any setbacks.
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  • Patriots' Kyle Dugger: Set to play Sunday

    Dugger (toe) is active for Sunday's contest against the Raiders. Dugger was given the questionable tag after he was limited at practice Thursday and Friday. He's tied with linebacker Ja'Whaun Bentley with the most tackles on the team with 36.
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  • Patriots' Kyle Dugger: Questionable for Sunday at Raiders

    Dugger (foot) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game at Las Vegas. Dugger was limited at practice Thursday and Friday after apparently sustaining a foot injury at practice during the week, so it seems like there's a 50-50 chance he'll play in Week 6. If he can't go, Adrian Phillips could draw the start at strong safety Sunday.
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  • Patriots' Kyle Dugger: Great in loss

    Dugger recorded 15 tackles (12 solo), one tackle for loss and one hit on the quarterback during Sunday's 38-3 loss to Dallas. Dugger now leads New England in tackles through four weeks, as he doubled his season total this past Sunday. The 27-year-old will have an opportunity to continue making big plays for a defense that's in need of playmaker, as the Patriots saw both Matthew Judon and Christian Gonzalez go down with injuries this weekend.
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  • Patriots' Kyle Dugger: Scores three touchdowns

    Dugger finished the 2022 season with 78 tackles (50 solo), one sack, three interceptions, and a fumble recovery while scoring three touchdowns in 15 games. Dugger had the best season of his young career despite missing two games with an ankle injury, as he led the NFL with three defensive touchdowns. The 26-year-old also finished third on the team in interceptions. With just one more season left on his contract, the 2020 second-round pick will look to continue his production from this season in order to get a big pay day.
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  • Patriots' Kyle Dugger: First sack of season

    Dugger recorded seven tackles (four solo), one sack and one pass defense in Sunday's 10-3 win over the Jets. Dugger fell one short of his season high in stops and recorded his first sack -- an eight-yard loss on a first-and-10 play in the fourth quarter -- during his best statistical game of the season. Across eight appearances, the third-year safety has recorded 34 tackles, three pass defenses, one interception, one fumble recovery and one sack.
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  • Patriots' Kyle Dugger: Playing Sunday

    Dugger (ankle) is active Sunday against the Colts. Dugger missed Week 8 against the Jets, but he's back in action for Week 9. His return should be a boost to the team's secondary.
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  • Patriots' Kyle Dugger: Listed as questionable

    Dugger (ankle) is questionable for Sunday's game against Indianapolis. Dugger missed last week's game against the Jets due to an ankle injury and was limited at practice all week ahead of Sunday's Week 9 matchup. If he's unavailable for a second consecutive week, Jabrill Peppers and Joshuah Bledsoe would be in line for increased playing time.
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  • Patriots' Kyle Dugger: Makes strides in coverage

    Dugger finished the 2021 regular season with 92 tackles and four interceptions in 15 games. The 2020 second-rounder produced at a rate that led to a degree of fantasy utility and is slated to remain a key cog in the Patriots' secondary next season. Per Paul Perillo of the team's official site Dugger, who is signed through 2023, made strides in coverage in his second year (as a pro), but he still has some room for growth in his game in terms of overall consistency.
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  • Patriots' Kyle Dugger: Limited to open week

    Dugger (hand) was estimated as a limited participant at Tuesday's walkthrough. The 25-year-old did not play in Week 18 against the Jets after being unavailable for practice all week with a hand injury. Dugger's limited estimation bodes well for his chances to play Saturday versus Bills, though his status the rest of the week will give a clearer indication.
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  • Patriots' Kyle Dugger: Listed as questionable

    Dugger (hamstring) is questionable for Sunday's game against Jacksonville. Dugger was a full participant in practice Wednesday and Thursday, but he was limited by a hamstring issue Friday. Adrian Phillips (knee) and Justin Bethel could see additional work Sunday if Dugger is unavailable.
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  • Patriots' Kyle Dugger: Records six tackles in win

    Dugger notched six tackles (four solo) during Sunday's 27-24 win over the Chargers. After registering 27 tackles and two interceptions across his previous three contests, Dugger's performance Sunday was lackluster. Nevertheless, the 25-year-old safety has now recorded at least six tackles in six of eight games this season, which provides the second-year pro a solid fantasy floor. Dugger remains worth IDP consideration, particularly in deeper leagues.
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  • Patriots' Kyle Dugger: Solid tackling effort

    Dugger made seven tackles -- one for a loss -- in Sunday's 17-16 loss to the Patriots. Dugger jumped Adrian Phillips on the depth chart during training camp. The 2020 second-round pick capitalized on his first start of the year with a team-high seven stops. Over 14 games (seven starts) last year, he posted 64 tackles.
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  • Patriots' Kyle Dugger: Active for TNF

    Dugger (toe) is active in Thursday's contest against the Rams. Dugger drew the questionable tag after logging limited practice throughout the week, but he'll suit up again Week 14. The rookie has been solid in a starting role for the Patriots this campaign, racking up 45 tackles (29 solo) in 10 games. Expect Dugger to continue working with the first unit at strong safety Thursday night.
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  • Patriots' Kyle Dugger: Listed as limited participant

    Dugger (toe) was a limited participant on Monday's practice estimate. This injury has bothered Dugger for a couple of weeks, and he hasn't missed any time. The rookie second-rounder is expected to be fine for Thursday's game against the Rams as long as he avoids a setback.
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  • Patriots' Kyle Dugger: Good to go Monday

    Dugger (ankle) is active for Monday's game versus the Jets. The rookie is returning to duty after two weeks on the sidelines. Dugger logged a 42 percent snap share, or higher, in three of the four games before his injury, and a similar role can be expected in this primetime matchup. He may return kicks as well because J.J. Taylor (illness) is out.
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  • Patriots' Kyle Dugger: Maintains limited participation

    Dugger (ankle) was a limited participant in Friday's practice, Zack Cox of reports. This was Dugger's second limited session of the week. He was limited throughout all of last week but was ultimately inactive against the Bills, so this isn't necessarily an indication of his status. If he's forced to sit out again, J.J. Taylor (illness) should slot in at kick returner if healthy, while Terrence Brooks sees an uptick in snaps at safety.
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  • Patriots' Kyle Dugger: Out with ankle injury

    Dugger (ankle) is inactive for Sunday's game against the 49ers, Phil Perry of NBC Sports Boston reports. The rookie second-round pick has played a rotational role in the second this year and could have been a factor in coverage against George Kittle, but the Patriots will have to utilize their other options. Terrence Brooks could see increased work with Duggar sidelined Week 7.
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