Huff was released by the Cowboys on Friday, Field Yates of ESPN reports.
Huff spent the 2018 season on injured reserve with an undisclosed issue before signing a reserve/future contract with the Cowboys in January. The journeyman safety also spent time with the Titans, Ravens and Cardinals during his career, while we'll presume he'll be looking for a new opportunity.
Huff signed a reserve/future contract with the Cowboys on Wednesday, Todd Archer of ESPN.com reports.
Huff spent the 2018 campaign on injured reserve after getting hurt during training camp. He since appears to have made a full recovery from the undisclosed issue, as he resumed working out with Dallas prior to the regular-season finale. The safety will take part in the Cowboys' offseason program and will hope to secure a depth role in the secondary in 2018.
Huff (undisclosed) cleared waivers and reverted to injured reserve, according to the league's official transaction log.
It isn't clear what Huff is dealing with, though the safety did miss a couple weeks of practice in August with an unspecified groin injury. Regardless, Huff is stuck on IR through the end of the league year unless he reaches an injury settlement.
Huff logged 16 defensive snaps during Sunday's preseason game against the Cardinals.
Huff didn't make it in the stat sheet, but his availability was nonetheless significant since the safety had previously missed a couple weeks of practice with a groin injury.
Head coach Jason Garrett said Huff (groin) could be out for a week or two "at a minimum," David Helman of the Cowboys' official site reports.
The exact nature of Huff's injury isn't clear, but any and all missed time hurts his chances of making the team in advance of final roster cuts.
Huff was waived by the Buccaneers Saturday, Greg Auman of the Tampa Bay Times reports.
Huff, who joined the team at the start of camp, impressed in special teams, but failed to make enough of an impression in the defensive backfield. If he does not make the team's practice squad he will be forced to look for a new opportunity.
Huff signed with the Buccaneers on Sunday, Greg Auman of the Tampa Bay Times reports.
Huff will likely have to prove himself worthy if he plans on sticking around for the long term, but it's something he's certainly capable of doing. Entering his fourth season with a third team, the 25-year-old comes into 2017 having recorded 36 tackles across 41 career games. His experience could factor into his fate with the team, but it won't be the only thing that impacts whether or not he'll stick around.
Huff was waived by the Chiefs on Thursday.
Huff was waived after the team brought in fellow safety Steven Terrell earlier in the day. Huff, only 24, signed a contract with the Chiefs back in March but will now look to sign on with another team ahead of training camp in hopes of making a 53-man roster.
Huff signed a contract with the Chiefs on Thursday, Terez A. Paylor of the Kansas City Star reports.
The Ravens rescinded their tender on Huff earlier in the week, which officially made the 24-year-old an unrestricted free agent. Huff was primarily a member of Baltimore's special teams units in 2016 and tallied three total tackles. He figures to slot into a similar role in Kansas City given the Chiefs' depth in the secondary.
The Ravens withdrew Huff's free-agent tender Monday, Jeff Zrebiec of The Baltimore Sun reports.
Huff will consequently become an unrestricted free agent. The fourth-year pro is coming off a career-low three total tackles in 2016 but could find a job with a team in need of help on special teams.
Huff signed with the Ravens, the team announced Thursday.
Huff, a former fourth-round pick in 2014, was signed off the Jaguars practice squad after cornerback Maurice Canady (thigh) was placed on IR. Given that Canady's role was primarily on special teams, there is a good chance Huff assumes a similar position on the team this season.
Huff was waived by the Jaguars on Tuesday.
Huff's stint in Jacksonville ended rather quickly, as the team decided to part ways with the safety just as he became eligible to return from his one-game suspension. Jacksonville now has just three safeties on their active roster.
Huff has been suspended one game for a violation of the NFL's Policy and Program for Substances of Abuse.
Huff has played 63 and 81 percent of the special teams snaps for the Titans in his first two professional campaigns, respectively. Along the way, the safety has accrued 33 tackles (22 solo), four passes defended, one interception for a touchdown, and one sack in 30 career games. After missing the Titans' season opener on Sept. 11 against the Vikings, Huff will be eligible to play in Week 2 at Detroit.
The Titans have ruled out outside linebacker Kamerion Wimbley (hamstring) for Sunday's contest against the Giants. Wimbley was the only players ruled out for the game, while defensive back Marqueston Huff (hamstring) and guard Chance Warmack (ankle) were the only players designated as probable.
Meanwhile, offensive tackle Taylor Lewan (ankle), quarterback Zach Mettenberger (shoulder), tackle Michael Oher (toe), cornerback Blidi Wreh-Wilson (back) and wide receiver Kendall Wright (hand) were all deemed as questionable.
The Titans declared the following players inactive for the game at Houston: offensive tackle Taylor Lewan (ankle), wideout Kris Durham, quarterback Charlie Whitehurst, defensive end Kamerion Wimbley (hamstring), defensive tackle DaQuan Jones, running back Antonio Andrews and safety Marqueston Huff (hamstring).
Eight Titans have landed on their injury report for the Sunday game in Houston, but only linebacker Kamerion Wimbley (hamstring) has been ruled out. The others are at least questionable.
Placed in that category are safety Michael Griffin (shoulder), defensive back Marqueston Huff (hamstring) and tackles Taylor Lewan (ankle) and Michael Oher (toe). Neither tackle has practiced this week.
The probables are running backs Dexter McCluster (concussion) and Leon Washington (hamstring), as well as cornerback Blidi Wreh-Wilson (back).
The following players have been ruled as inactive for the Titans in Week 12 against the Eagles: quarterback Charlie Whitehurst, wide receiver Kris Durham, cornerback Blidi Wreh-Wilson, defensive back Marqueston Huff, tackle Will Svitek, tight end Richard Gordon, defensive end Ropati Pitoitua.
Titans tight end Delanie Walker is the only player on Tennessee's final injury report listed as probable for Week 12 against Houston. Walker is working his way back from a concussion he suffered Week 10 against the Ravens. He was medically cleared by an independent neurologist this week.
Meanwhile, Marqueston Huff (hamstring) was ruled as doubtful after missing practice all week. Justin Hunter (knee), Derrick Morgan (knee), Daimion Stafford (shoulder) and Blidi Wreh-Wilson were all deemed questionable.
The Titans announced the signings of defensive back Marqueston Huff and defensive tackle DaQuan Jones on Thursday, both getting four-year deals.
Huff figures to begin his career contributing on special teams while finding a spot on the depth chart at either corner or safety. Jones is a big body who should work along the defensive line.
With the 122nd pick in the 2014 NFL Draft, the Tennessee Titans selected free safety Marqueston Huff from Wyoming.
Huff started his collegiate career at cornerback before moving to free safety in 2013, where he notched 127 tackles, averaging 10.6 tackles per game.
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