Reilly's contract with the Patriots expired Monday, Ryan Hannable of WEEI.com reports.
Reilly re-signed with the Patriots following Super Bowl LII after finishing the 2017 campaign on the practice squad, but his latest stint with New England didn't last long. The 30-year-old will look to catch on elsewhere as a depth linebacker and special-teams contributor.
The Patriots released Reilly on Tuesday, Mike Reiss of ESPN.com reports.
The Patriots dumped Reilly from the 53-man roster after veteran pass rusher James Harrison became available following his release from the Steelers three days earlier. Reilly appeared in six games for the Patriots, collecting 10 tackles while playing in a reserve role at linebacker and seeing time on special teams.
Reilly (concussion) was a full participant in practice Thursday.
Reilly, who missed Sunday's win over the Bills, has passed concussion protocol testing and took the field with no restrictions Thursday. The linebacker should now be cleared for Monday night's showdown with the Dolphins.
The Patriots downgraded Reilly (concussion) to out for Sunday's game against the Bills, Mike Reiss of ESPN.com reports.
Reilly remains in the concussion protocol after departing the Week 12 win over the Dolphins with the head injury. He's seen most of his duties on special teams this season, so his absence shouldn't have much of an impact in IDP settings.
Reilly (head) will not return to Sunday's game against the Dolphins.
Reilly's status change comes as no surprise after he was initially ruled doubtful to return. Look for Marquis Flowers to see some extra snaps the rest of the way with Reilly out.
Reilly is doubtful to return to Sunday's game against the Dolphins due to a head injury.
Reilly's injury makes the Patriots' linebacker depth even thinner, with Marquis Flowers the only active and healthy backup. Expect Flowers to see some extra snaps as long as Reilly is out.
The Patriots signed Reilly to a contract Wednesday, Field Yates of ESPN reports.
Reilly had previously been a member of New England's practice squad. A depth linebacker for his entire four-year career, the Utah product could be in store for a heightened role if Elandon Roberts (ankle) or Dont'a Hightower (shoulder) isn't able to play Sunday against the Chargers.
Reilly was signed to the Dolphins' active roster on Monday.
Reilly has spent the season on the Patriots' practice squad since being cut by the Jets in early September. His major impact will come on special teams, though he could see some time on defense if injuries force him into the rotation.
Jets linebacker Trevor Reilly sustained a head injury during Sunday’s game against the Vikings. The team reported Reilly will not return.
All the Jets who were probable on the injury report are active for Monday's game against the Bills in Detroit.
The list includes running backs Chris Ivory (shoulder) and Chris Johnson (knee), guard Oday Aboushi (shoulder), linebacker Antwan Barnes (knee), guard Willie Colon (knee), wideout T.J. Graham (neck), linebacker David Harris (shoulder), safety Jaiquawn Jarrett (calf), center Nick Mangold (shoulder), linebacker Trevor Reilly (knee), receiver Greg Salas (wrist), cornerback Darrin Walls (calf) and quarterback Geno Smith (right shoulder).
Linebackers Antwan Barnes (knee), David Harris (shoulder) and Trevor Reilly (knee) are three of the five Jets defenders designated as probable for the Week 10 game against the Steelers. The others are tackles Sheldon Richardson and Muhammad Wilkerson, both of whom have been dealing with illnesses.
The Jets enter Week 9 against the Chiefs relatively healthy. Out of 15 players listed on the injury report, Darrin Walls (calf, knee) was ruled doubtful for Sunday.Geno Smith (shoulder) was labeled questionable.
The other 13 players were deemed probable: Oday Aboushi (shoulder), Phillip Adams (groin), Antwan Barnes (knee), Willie Colon (knee), Jeff Cumberland (shoulder, finger), Demario Davis (finger), Eric Decker (hamstring), David Harris (shoulder), Chris Johnson (ankle), Jeremy Kerley (illness), Nick Mangold (shoulder), Trevor Reilly (knee) and Greg Salas (wrist, ankle).
The Jets have listed the following players as inactive for Sunday's Week 8 matchup with the Bills: linebacker Trevor Reilly (knee), wide receivers Greg Salas (wrist, ankle) and Walt Powell, linebacker IK Enemkpali, guards Dakota Dozier and Wesley Johnson and nose tackle T.J. Barnes.
Reilly and Salas were both questionable going into the game but are unable to suit up. With two receivers inactive, Percy Harvin could be in for a role in both the return game and on offense. The team had ten players listed as probable on the final injury report and all are active for the game.
The Jets enter Week 8 at home against Buffalo relatively healthy despite having 12 players on the final injury report for Sunday's game. Trevor Reilly (knee) and Greg Salas (wrist, ankle) were the only players deemed questionable for the game.
The following players were labeled probable: Oday Aboushi (shoulder), Phillip Adams (groin), Antwan Barnes (knee), Willie Colon (knee), Eric Decker (hamstring), David Harris (shoulder), Chris Johnson (ankle), Nick Mangold (shoulder), Bilal Powell (foot) and Darrin Walls (knee).
Rex Ryan has all but ruled out Jets linebacker Trevor Reilly (knee) and wideout Greg Salas (wrist, ankle) for the Sunday game against Buffalo, per Newsday. Neither played in Week 7.
The following players have been ruled inactive for the Jets Week 7 at New England: T.J. Barnes, Dakota Dozier, Wesley Johnson, Chris Owusu, Trevor Reilly, Greg Salas and Josh Thomas.
A rather lengthy Jets injury report for their Thursday game against the Patriots is dominated by probables. The lone exceptions are wide receiver Greg Salas (wrist/ankle) and linebacker Trevor Reilly (knee), both of whom have been ruled out.
The probables are tight end Jace Amaro (knee), guard Willie Colon (knee), wideouts David Nelson (ankle) and Eric Decker (hamstring), tackle Breno Giacomini (back), defensive lineman Damon Harrison (ankle), running back Chris Johnson (ankle), center Nick Mangold (shoulder) and cornerback Darrin Walls (knee).
The Jets ruled out linebacker Trevor Reilly (knee), wideout Greg Salas (wrist/ankle) and offensive lineman Brian Winters (knee) from Thursday's game at New England.
The Jets announced they've signed seventh-round pick Trevor Reilly, an outside linebacker out of Utah.
With the 223rd pick in the 2014 NFL Draft, the New York Jets selected outside linebacker Trevor Reilly from Utah. The 6-foot-5, 245 pounder posted 100 tackles, including 8.5 sacks and 16 for loss in 2013.
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