McBride caught four of five targets for 47 yards in Thursday's preseason contest against the Eagles.
McBride was the lone pass catcher with multiple receptions (three) or double-digit receiving yards (43) in the preseason opener. The 26-year-old hasn't seen regular-season action since 2017 with the Bears, a season in which he played eight games.
McBride signed a contract with the Jaguars on Thursday.
McBride was let go by the Redskins on April 30 after the team drafted a pair of receivers. McBride's last regular-season game action came back in 2017 (with the Bears) and he'll have his work cut out for him in order to secure a roster spot with Jacksonville.
The Redskins waived McBride on Tuesday.
McBride tried out for the Jets before the 2018 season but was cut before Week 1. He was picked up by the Redskins in January. The team has since brought in receivers Terry McLaurin and Kelvin Harmon via the draft, so McBride's services are no longer needed in Washington.
McBride signed a reserve-future contract with the Redskins on Wednesday, JP Finlay of NBC Sports Washington reports.
McBride had a strong preseason with the Jets but fell victim to the numbers game. He'll have the chance to earn his stay with Washington should he produce during training camp and beyond.
McBride was waived by the Jets on Saturday, Rich Cimini of ESPN.com reports.
McBridge signed a reserve/future contract with the Jets in January and was featured in a few of their preseason games, but he was ultimately unable to distinguish himself in a relatively young group of New York wideouts fighting for a roster spot.
McBride caught both of his targets for 24 yards Thursday in a 15-13 loss to the Redskins during Week 2 of the preseason.
McBride was tremendous on New York's second possession, picking up back-to-back third down conversions with catches of 13 and 11 yards. He didn't make much of an impression in the preseason opener despite seeing the field for a team-high 32 of 66 offensive snaps, but the 25-year-old wide receiver seems to be developing a nice rapport with rookie quarterback Sam Darnold in practice. If he can keep carrying that connection over in game situations like he did here, McBride could sneak onto the 53-man roster.
McBride caught both of his targets for 16 yards during Friday's 17-0 win over Atlanta in the preseason opener.
McBride is hoping to work his way up from the practice squad this season, but nothing about his performance here suggests he's poised to do so.
McBride (undisclosed) is fully participating in training camp, Brian Costello of the New York Post reports.
McBride finished the 2017 season on the Jets' practice squad/injured list, but he seems to be back to full strength during training camp. The fourth-year receiver is looking to make it as a depth option in New York.
The Jets signed McBride (undisclosed) to a reserve/future contract Monday, Rich Cimini of ESPN reports.
McBride snagged eight of 15 targets for 144 yards across eight games for the Bears this season but was let go in late November. Shortly thereafter he joined the Jets' practice squad, where he finished out the year on the practice squad injury list due to an undisclosed issue. While it isn't clear if he's returned to full health at this juncture, McBride has plenty of time to recover before workouts start up in April.
The Jets placed McBride (undisclosed) on their practice squad injured list Friday, Brian Costello of the New York Post reports.
It's uncertain what prompted the move, but the fact that McBride is dealing with an injury likely ends any chance he had of reaching the Jets' 53-man roster over the final four games of 2017. The wideout had previously appeared in eight contests with the Bears this season before being cut loose, amassing eight receptions for 144 yards in those contests.
McBride was signed to the Jets' practice squad Friday.
McBride was waived by the Bears at the end of November after totaling eight receptions for 144 yards on 15 targets this season. The Jets' receiving corps has little impact beyond top two receivers Robby Anderson and Jermain Kearse, so McBride could end up as a depth option if he is able to crack the 53-man roster.
McBride was waived by the Bears on Tuesday.
McBride had the second-most targets for the Bears in Sunday's loss to the Eagles but only managed to record two receptions for 20 yards in the contest. His departure likely means Josh Bellamy is gearing up to play this week after missing Sunday's game with a concussion. In eight games with the Bears, McBride recorded eight receptions for 144 yards
McBride caught two passes for 20 yards in Sunday's 31-3 loss to the Eagles.
McBride was second on the Bears with six targets, but he had very little production to show for it. Aside from his 92-yard performance in Week 8, he's posted a total of 52 yards in his other six games combined, providing fantasy owners with minimal upside.
McBride caught both of his targets for 14 yards in a Week 11's 27-24 loss to the Lions.
With Mitchell Trubisky completing just four passes to his wide receivers, McBride was the second-most productive player at his position on the afternoon, but he was a minor part of the game plan. Aside from his unexpected 92-yard effort in Week 8, he's posted just 32 yards in the other five games he's played and isn't targeted enough to be a reliable fantasy option.
McBride caught three of five targets for 92 yards in Sunday's 20-12 loss to the Saints.
McBride was wide open on a misdirection play that led to a 45-yard gain, and he converted a pair of third downs to help the Bears stay close to the Saints on the road. This was the first time in four games that he's been targeted more than once, and until he shows that he can consistently produce, he'll be a risky fantasy option.
McBride caught one pass for 18 yards in Monday's loss to the Vikings.
McBride also caught a pass in the first quarter that would've been good for more than 20 yards, but the play was negated by penalty. He saw enough time with the first-team offense to make it seem as if he has a chance to emerge as a potential starter, especially if he shows chemistry with Mitchell Trubisky. For now, he's little more than a bench stash in leagues with large benches.
McBridge was signed to the Bears' active roster Monday, Adam Jahns of the Chicago Sun-Times reports.
McBridge was waived prior to Week 3's game against the Steelers and landed on the team's practice squad shortly after. However, with the Bears only having four healthy receivers on their roster, they'll promote McBride to the active roster to help shore up the the team's depth at the position.
McBride was waived by the Bears on Saturday, Rich Campbell of the Chicago Tribune reports.
McBride's departure comes after the team opted to promote linebacker John Timu from the practice squad. With McBride out, the Bears only have four active wide receivers for Sunday.
McBride (coach's decision) is inactive for the Bears' Week 1 matchup Sunday with the Falcons, Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune reports.
The fact that McBride is in street clothes for the opener confirms that he's the No. 6 receiver on the Bears' depth chart. Since Markus Wheaton (finger) is also inactive Sunday, McBride will face an even tougher battle to earn a spot on the gameday roster once Wheaton is healthy.
McBride was claimed by the Bears on Sunday, Terry McCormick of TitanInsider.com reports.
McBride doesn't figure to make it into the receiver rotation but he'll take his spot on the roster for now. The 24-year-old likely will spend most of his time on the field as a special teams asset.
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