Reaser (Achilles) reverted to the Chiefs' injured reserve list Thursday.
It's suspected that Reaser is dealing with an Achilles tear, so if that's the case, he won't suit up in 2019. The veteran spent time with the Chiefs in 2017 and 2018 and will stay on the roster this season barring an injury settlement.
Coach Andy Reid said Monday that he believes Reaser suffered an Achilles tear, BJ Kissel of the Chiefs' official site reports.
Reaser spent time with the Chiefs in 2017 and 2018 and latched on with the team again in April. If the 2014 fifth-round pick is indeed nursing a torn Achilles, he'll miss the entire 2019 NFL season as he works to recover.
Reaser has signed a contract with the Chiefs, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
Reaser was one of nine defensive backs in the AAF to pick off at least three passes this offseason and he'll now return to a Chiefs team that he spent time with in both 2017 and 2018. It's possible Reaser could compete for a significant role in Kansas City given the team's lack of talent at cornerback.
Reaser (quadriceps) was waived from IR by the Chiefs with an injury settlement.
Reaser failed to carve out a special teams role in Kansas City, partially due to sustaining a nagging hamstring injury in training camp. The 27-year-old is now free to look for a new team once healthy.
Reaser (quadriceps) cleared waivers and reverted to injured reserve, according to the league's official transaction log.
Reaser is stuck on IR through the end of the league year unless he agrees to an injury settlement.
Reaser exited Sunday's practice early due to a quadriceps injury, Pete Sweeney of ArrowheadPride.com reports.
The specifics of Reaser's injury remain unclear. Makinton Dorleant and Will Redmond will figure to see some extra reps while Reaser is out. Unless the injury is more severe than initially thought, Reaser should be back on the practice field in the coming days.
Reaser was promoted to the Chiefs' 53-man roster Friday.
Reaser has not played on the active roster since Week 1. The 26-year-old will presumably provide depth in the Chiefs' secondary, as well as help out on special teams.
Reaser was waived by the 49ers on Saturday, Matt Maiocco of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.
Reaser was let go to make room for cornerback Asa Jackson's promotion from the team's practice squad. Reaser did not play a defensive snap against the Panthers on Sunday, but did contribute 10 snaps on special teams.
Reaser entered Sunday's preseason loss to the Vikings with the second-unit defense, finishing with six tackles (all solo) in 43 snaps.
The 26-year-old has slipped down the depth chart this preseason and projects to be a backup/special teams contributor now that his knee injury has healed.
Reaser (knee) is considered day-to-day, Eric Branch of The San Francisco Chronicle reports.
It looks as if Reaser is closing in on a return to the practice field, which bodes well for the reserve cornerback. If all goes well, expect Reaser to return within the coming days.
Reaser could start next Sunday against the Cowboys if Jimmie Ward (quadriceps) isn't able to suit up, CSN Bay Area reports.
Reaser played 48 snaps and recorded two tackles after taking over for the injured Ward on Sunday. The former's injury looked serious and he could miss extended time. If that's the case, then Reaser could be in line to start in his place.
Reaser (ankle) will play Sunday against the Panthers.
Reaser was questionable all week but figures to be on the field for Week 2. The 25-year-old is a depth option at corner and is expected only to be used in certain packages.
Reaser (ankle) is questionable for the 49ers' Week 2 matchup against the Panthers.
Reaser was a limited participant throughout the week. His availability will be confirmed before kickoff.
Reaser (ankle) was a limited participant during Wednesday's practice, CSNBayArea.com reports.
Reaser was a limited participant last Friday as well, but ultimately was unable to play Monday night against the Rams. However, his continued participation in at least a minimal capacity suggests he may be nearing a return. If he's given the green light to play Week 2, he'll likely reclaim his role in sub packages from Dontae Johnson and Rashard Robinson.
Reaser (ankle) was limited in his participation during Friday's practice, Cam INman of the Bay Area News Group reports.
Reaser was sidelined for Thursday's practice, so Friday's limited role can be seen as a positive. His status for Monday's season opener is still up in the air. When healthy, the 25-year-old figures to provide cornerback depth for the team.
Reaser didn't practice on Thursday due to an ankle injury, Matt Maiocco of CSN Bay Area reports.
Reaser is a depth corner for the 49ers and he'll likely only see time in dime packages or other passing situations. His status for Week 1 is unclear at this point and he's listed as questionable.
Antoine Bethea is set to start for the 49ers this season at strong safety with Eric Reid entrenched at free safety. But the former doesn't know who their secondary mates will be and he's expecting quite a battle.
The team has no rookies at that position, but 2014 draftees Dontae Johnson, Kenneth Acker and Keith Reaser could be factors. Bethea says the competition has already begun.
"We've had a short minicamp and everybody's learning, so there are really no position, but when training camp comes, there's going to be a lot of competition, a lot of good competition," he told NFL.com. I'm excited to see it."
The 49ers officially opened the practice window for linebacker NaVorro Bowman and three other players on Tuesday, according to Pro Football Talk. Bowman, along with tight end Garrett Celek, offensive lineman Brandon Thomas and cornerback Keith Reaser will have three weeks to be added to the 53-man active roster or their seasons will be lost.
An earlier report had Bowman in danger of missing the remainder of the season due to a torn ACL and MCL in his left knee that he suffered during last season's NFC Championship game. He's expected to be a limited participant in practice all week leading up to Week 12 against Washington.
The 49ers made several moves to trim the roster to 75 players Monday.
The team waived quarterback McLeod Bethel-Thompson, safety D.J. Campbell, tight end Kevin Greene, running back Jewel Hampton, punt Colton Schmidt, linebacker Kion Wilson and wide receiver Devon Wylie, while also releasing wide receiver David Reed.
The team placed running back Marcus Lattimore, fullback Trey Millard, cornerback Keith Reaser and guard Brandon Thomas on the Reserve/Non-Football Injury List and linebacker NaVorro Bowman, tight end Garrett Celek and defensive tackle Kaleb Ramsey were placed on the Reserve/Physically Unable to Perform List. Linebacker Blake Costanzo was released from the Injured Reserve list.
The 49ers placed six players on the non-football injury list, including second-year running back Marcus Lattimore (knee). Also on the list are receiver Bruce Ellington, center Marcus Martin, fullback Trey Millard, cornerback Keith Reaser and guard Brandon Thomas.
In addition, the team placed nose tackle Ian Williams (ankle) on the PUP list along with linebacker Aaron Lynch (hamstring) and defensive lineman Kaleb Ramsey.
All the players can come off the list and start practicing at any time.
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