Tomlinson agreed Wednesday with the Ravens on a one-year contract, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Tomlinson has played for five teams over the past five years, catching 17 passes for 194 yards and one touchdown on 1,144 offensive snaps. The veteran blocking specialist likely will enter training camp as the third or fourth tight end on Baltimore's depth chart, behind Mark Andrews and Nick Boyle (knee) at the very least.
The Ravens signed Tomlinson to the active roster Tuesday.
The Ravens waived Luke Willson (hip) on Saturday, and Tomlinson will take his place as the second tight end to Mark Andrews. Tomlinson has played in four games with the Ravens this year, receiving just one target over 63 snaps on offense.
Tomlinson reverted to the Ravens' practice squad Monday, per the NFL's official transaction log.
Tomlinson failed to haul in his lone Week 15 target, but he fielded 23 of 66 offensive snaps against Jacksonville, a workload which ranked second at the tight end position behind only Mark Andrews. The UTEP product has been active for four consecutive games with Nick Boyle (knee-MCL) residing on injured reserve.
The Ravens elevated Tomlinson to the active roster Saturday, Jonas Shaffer of The Baltimore Sun reports.
Tomlinson looks set to appear in his fourth straight game with the Ravens. He hasn't been targeted in that span, however, so it's safe to say that Tomlinson remains off the fantasy radar for now.
Tomlinson reverted to the Ravens' practice squad Wednesday, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports.
Tomlinson was called up to the 53-man roster for Monday's win over the Browns, playing 10 offensive snaps in the game and failing to record a fantasy-relevant stat. The UTEP product was a protected practice squad player Wednesday, so it's likely he'll earn another shot in a regular-season contest this season for the Ravens.
The Ravens elevated Tomlinson to the active roster Monday, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports.
Tomlinson's playing time in Monday's game against the Browns depends on whether Luke Willson (hip) is active. Over three games this season, Tomlinson hasn't received a target.
Tomlinson reverted to the Ravens' practice squad Thursday, per the NFL's transaction report.
Tomlinson was called up to the 53-man roster for Tuesday's win over the Cowboys, playing 14 offensive snaps in the game and failing to record a fantasy-relevant stat. The UTEP product will head back to the practice squad and hope to earn another shot in a regular-season contest.
Tomlinson was promoted to the Ravens' active roster from the practice squad for Tuesday's game against the Cowboys, Clifton Brown of the team's official site reports.
The 28-year-old was also called up for last week's loss to the Steelers, and he reverted to the practice squad after playing 16 target-less snaps on offense. Tomlinson should work as Baltimore's No. 2 tight end with Mark Andrews (illness) on the reserve/COVID-19 list and Nick Boyle (knee) on injured reserve.
Tomlinson reverted to the Ravens' practice squad Thursday, per the NFL's official transactions report.
Tomlinson was called up to the active roster for Wednesday's loss to the Steelers alongside Luke Willson and Sean Culkin. He played just 16 snaps on offense and didn't draw a target.
Tomlinson has been elevated from the practice squad for Wednesday's game against the Steelers.
Tomlinson will share tight end duties with fellow practice squad call-ups Luke Willson and Sean Culkin, as usual starting tight end Mark Andrews remains on the reserve/COVID-19 list.
The Ravens signed Tomlinson to the practice squad Monday.
Following Nick Boyle's season-ending knee injury, the Ravens signed Luke Willson to the practice squad to add depth behind Mark Andrews. Now, they'll bring in Tomlinson to bolster the position further. Tomlinson played in one game for the Giants this season, recording just two snaps on offense.
Tomlinson was waived by the Giants on Friday, Art Stapleton of The Bergen Record reports.
The 28-year-old has been on the active roster most of the season but hasn't seen game action since the season opener. Tomlinson could stay with the organization on the practice squad if he goes unclaimed on waivers.
The Giants signed Tomlinson to the active roster Tuesday, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Tomlinson was cut by the Giants last Friday and landed on the team's practice squad, but he's being brought back up ahead of a Week 5 matchup against the Cowboys. He likely won't be utilized much on offense, however, as Evan Engram, Kaden Smith and Levine Toilolo are all healthy.
Tomlinson was cut by the Giants on Friday.
Tomlinson was let go in order to make room for a player to fill a position in more need. He is expected to sign with the team's practice squad.
Tomlinson re-signed with the Giants on Sunday.
Tomlinson returns to New York's tight end room after having been cut by the team Saturday. He'll contribute as a depth option to kick off the 2020 campaign.
The Giants released Tomlinson on Saturday, Michael Eisen of the team's official site reports.
Tomlinson played eight games with three different teams last season, but he couldn't beat out Levine Toilolo or Kaden Smith for a reserve role behind Evan Engram. If one of those three endures an injury, though, Tomlinson could rejoin the team.
Tomlinson signed a contract with the Giants on Saturday, Paul Schwartz of the New York Post reports.
Tomlinson spent time on four teams in 2019 -- including the Giants -- and totaled one catch for one yard in eight games. The 27-year-old figures to be fighting for a roster spot as a reserve tight end come training camp.
Tomlinson caught his only target for one yard in eight games between the Giants, Patriots and Raiders this season.
The 27-year-old actually entered training camp with the Jets, but he was let go at roster cutdowns and subsequently joined the Giants for a few weeks. Tomlinson was again let go, only to join the Patriots and start two games before being released and eventually signing with the Raiders in December. He has yet to be a significant producer in the passing game, totaling 17 catches for 194 yards and one touchdown over the first four seasons of his career. Tomlinson will become an unrestricted free agent in March and will continue to be viewed as a reserve option at tight end.
Tomlinson was signed by the Raiders on Wednesday.
Tomlinson spent time with both the Giants and Patriots earlier this season, but the reserve tight end saw just one target in five total games. The Raiders have been forced to bolster their depth at the position in a timely manner after placing rookie Foster Moreau (knee) on IR this week.
Tomlinson was released by the Patriots on Tuesday.
The 27-year-old played 31 offensive snaps in Sunday's win over the Browns but was not targeted. Tomlinson's release likely means Ryan Izzo (concussion) and/or Matt LaCosse (knee) are nearing their return to the field.
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