Wick (shoulder) was placed on injured reserve Monday, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports.
Wick signed with the Titans on Dec. 11, but he did not play a single game with the team due to his lingering shoulder injury. The 25-year-old now joins fellow Tennessee tight ends Delanie Walker (ankle) and Jonnu Smith (knee) on season-ending injured reserve.
Wick (shoulder) is ruled out for Saturday's game against the Redskins, Turron Davenport of ESPN.com reports.
Wick's only participation in practice this week came in the form of a limited session on Wednesday. The depth tight end has yet to play in a game since signing with the Titans on Dec. 11 and will work to make his Tennessee debut against the Colts in Week 17.
Wick was ruled out for Sunday's game against the Giants with a shoulder injury, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports.
Wick signed with the Titans on Tuesday and promptly found himself on the injury report, and he was unable to practice Thursday and Friday. The 25-year-old never practiced fully after signing so the offense is unlikely to be impacted by his absence.
Wick signed a contract with the Titans on Tuesday, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports.
Wick's spot on the 53-man roster comes following the placement of Jonnu Smith (knee) on injured reserve. The 25-year-old will provide depth behind fellow tight ends Luke Stocker, Anthony Firkser and MyCole Pruitt as the season progresses.
Wick signed a contract to join the 49ers practice squad Wednesday.
Just a day after being waived by the 49ers, Wick will apparently stick around with the club without being part of the 53-man roster. Should injuries arise on the 53-man roster, Wick would likely be one of the first options to rejoin it.
Wick was waived by the 49ers on Tuesday, Nick Wagoner of ESPN.com reports.
As the fourth tight end on the 49ers' depth chart, Wick was always expendable. He was let go in order to make room for quarterback Tom Savage on the 53-man roster. Assuming he clears waivers, he could be a candidate for San Francisco's practice squad.
Wick (knee) suited up for Saturday's preseason tilt against the Texans, catching his lone target for 10 yards in a 16-13 loss.
Wick suffered an injury scare after being carted off the field during a practice earlier this month, but his speedy recovery confirmed the minor nature of his knee injury. The 6-foot-6 tight end is currently competing with Cole Hikutini for third on the 49ers' depth chart. Wick was the first to relieve temporary starter Garrett Celek on Saturday, giving him a slight lead over his counterpart heading into the third week of the preseason.
Wick (knee) is dealing with a minor injury and is considered day-to-day, the San Francisco Chronicle reports.
Wick was carted off the field during Thursday's practice, but the tight end appears to have received good news from the tests following the issue. Assuming he returns to the field soon, the third-year player will resume his pursuit of a 53-man roster spot.
Wick was carted off Thursday with a knee injury, Eric Branch of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.
The specifics of Wick's knee injury remain unclear, but it's always alarming to see a player carted off. Wick ended the 2017 season on the 49ers practice squad and was looking to earn a spot on the 53-man roster in 2018. He'll still have a chance if his injury turns out to not be overly severe, but that remains to be seen. For the time being, look for Wes Saxton and Ross Dwelley to get some extra reps in practice while Wick is sidelined.
Wick signed a reserve/future contract with the 49ers on Tuesday.
Wick finished the 2017 campaign with the 49ers' practice squad after being cut by the Lions in September. The tight end will get an opportunity to compete for a roster spot in training camp.
Wick (chest) signed with the Lions' practice squad, Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press reports.
Wick is still dealing with a minor chest injury, but the Lions still elected to keep the tight end within the organization. Wick ultimately fell short of making the team's final roster as a depth option at tight end.
Wick (chest) was waived by the Lions on Saturday, Eric Edholm of Pro Football Weekly reports.
Wick was competing with Darren Fells, Michael Roberts and Scott Orndoff for the opportunity to provide depth at tight end behind Eric Ebron. He ultimately fell short, and will now either land on the team's practice squad or find a new destination.
Wick (chest) is practicing Monday, Michael Rothstein of ESPN.com reports.
Wick was knocked out of Friday's preseason game after sustaining a chest injury, but head coach Jim Caldwell later revealed the ailment wasn't considered serious. Wick's participation in Monday's session suggests he should be fine for Week 1, while also helping his chances of making Detroit's roster.
Head coach Jim Caldwell implied Wick (chest) isn't dealing with a serious injury, Justin Rogers of the Detroit News reports.
Wick, who sustained an unspecified injury to his chest during Friday's exhibition against the Patriots, is competing with rookie Michael Roberts for the No. 3 gig at tight end. Avoiding a multi-week absence will be key to not only winning the job battle, but securing a spot on the final roster as well.
Wick (chest) won't return to Friday's preseason game against the Patriots, Kyle Meinke of MLive Media Group reports.
The nature of Wick's chest injury wasn't reported. His absence should open more opportunities for fellow pass-catching tight ends Michael Roberts and Robert Tonyan.
Wick sat out Wednesday's practice with an undisclosed injury, Mike Rothstein of ESPN.com reports.
Wick joined injured fellow tight ends Eric Ebron (hamstring) and Tim Wright (undisclosed) on the sideline. The 23-year-old is competing with Wright, Darren Fells and rookie Michael Roberts to back up Ebron, who remains the presumed starter.
Wick worked with the first-team offense Monday, Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press reports.
With Eric Ebron (hamstring) sidelined, Wick and Darren Fells served as the team's top two tight ends Monday. While it comes as no surprise that Fells was given those reps, it's interesting that Wick got the nod over fourth-round rookie Michael Roberts. The tide could always change in short order, but Wick nonetheless appears to be well on his way towards securing a roster spot ahead of the regular season.
Wick (knee) is healthy and "itching to get back" on the field, The Detriot Free Press reports.
Wick finished the 2016 season on injured reserve after tearing up his knee in Week 7. He declined to say whether he required surgery or not, but, regardless, he's healthy now and fully expected to attend voluntary offseason workouts in April. Outside of starter Eric Ebron, Wick is the only tight end under contract through 2017 who played a down for the Lions last year. Thus, he currently appears to be the frontrunner for No. 2 duties next season, although Detroit could always bring in competition for the role via free agency or the draft.
Wick (knee) was placed on injured reserve Tuesday, MLive.com's Kyle Minke reports.
An undrafted rookie, Wick briefly got some snaps on offense while Eric Ebron was sidelined with knee and ankle injuries. The Lions clearly like Wick enough to keep him around as a long-term project, but his path to playing time probably won't look too much rosier next season.
Wick (knee) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Texans, Kyle Meinke of the MLive Media Group reports.
Wick's knee issue kept him limited during Friday's practice, while Khari Lee could see an expanded role at tight end Sunday. Wick's next opportunity to return will be Week 9 against the Vikings.
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