The Redskins released Flowers on Saturday, per the NFL transactions page.
Flowers sustained an Achilles strain in Washington's third preseason contest Aug. 22, but he was able to recover in time for their preseason finale. The 27-year-old originally signed with the Redskins in late December, but now he'll have to find another opportunity elsewhere.
Flowers has been ruled out for the rest of Thursday's preseason game against the Falcons due to an Achilles strain.
Flowers was in the process of competing for a depth role at linebacker, though this injury certainly won't help his chances of making the 53-man roster. It's unclear if he'll be ready to play in the final week of the preseason against Baltimore.
Flowers signed with the Redskins on Wednesday.
Flowers was cut by the Lions in October and has finally found his way to an active roster. He'll likely work in a special teams role again since he's behind both Ryan Kerrigan and Pernell McPhee on the defensive depth chart.
Flowers was cut by the Lions on Wednesday, Field Yates of ESPN reports.
Flowers was the victim of Detroit looking to add depth to its ailing secondary. Flowers has yet to make any tangible impact this season, but the 26-year-old did record two starts and 32 tackles for the Patriots last season.
Flowers signed a contract with the Lions, Michael Rothstein of ESPN reports.
Flowers was recently let go by New England and now reunites with his former defensive coordinator in Matt Patricia, the current head coach of the Lions. Flowers initially checks in as a depth option at defensive end with the potential to see his role expand as the season unfolds.
Flowers was released by the Patriots on Saturday, Karen Guregian of the Boston Herald reports.
Flowers' release comes as a bit of a surprise after he logged 490 snaps on defense and special teams combined a year ago, logging 32 tackles that included 3.5 sacks. He'll look to catch on with another club in 2018 as a depth linebacker.
Flowers will return to the Patriots on a one-year deal worth up to $2.55 million, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
Flowers didn't see many defensive snaps early in the year for New England, but was a key player down the stretch of the season. Over the last two games of the year, the former Cincinnati Bengal accumulated 14 combined tackles and 3.5 sacks, then added four tackles and a sack in the Patriots' first playoff matchup against Tennessee. That window opened up due to a calf injury suffered by starter Kyle Van Noy, who should resume his regular role in 2018. Flowers appears likely to return to his role as a depth option, though he'll get plenty of work on special teams as well.
Flowers (illness) is officially active for Saturday night's divisional-round game against the Titans.
Flowers was listed as questionable after sitting out Wednesday's practice with an undisclosed illness, but he was able to return as a limited participant Thursday. The 25-year-old should serve his usual rotational role at linebacker for the Patriots on Saturday.
Flowers (illness) is listed as questionable for Saturday's game against the Titans.
Flowers missed Wednesday's practice with an illness but returned Thursday in a limited capacity. If he isn't able to play, the Patriots may need James Harrison to take on an increased workload.
Flowers tallied 10 tackles (five solo) and 2.5 sacks in Sunday's 37-16 defeat of the Bills.
Flowers took full advantage of Kyle Van Noy's absence, racking up more tackles in the contest than he'd amassed in any single season prior to 2017. The sacks were also the first of his career. He'll be an appealing IDP option in Week 17 against the Jets if Van Noy is sidelined once more.
Flowers (knee) is officially active for Monday night's game against the Dolphins.
Flower was listed as questionable after being limited in practice throughout the week, but it seemed as though he was on track to play. The 25-year-old should see a heavy workload against the Dolphins on Monday with linebacker Kyle Van Noy (calf) inactive.
Flowers (knee) is listed as questionable for Monday's game against the Dolphins, Doug Kyed of NESN.com reports.
Flowers was a limited participant in practice this week, so it would seem as though he is on track to play after battling through the injury in Week 13. Linebacker Kyle Van Noy (calf) has already been ruled out, creating a major opportunity for Flowers should he be able to suit up against the Dolphins.
Flowers (knee) is active for Sunday's game against the Bills.
Flowers was limited in practice this past week but will expect to see a typical workload Sunday. Starting linebacker Kyle Van Noy (calf) is playing after dealing with injury during the week, and Flowers could see some extra snaps if Van Noy is at all limited.
Flowers practiced in a limited fashion Wednesday due to a knee injury.
If Flowers is able to suit up Sunday against the Bills, he could be in store for a sizable workload since fellow linebacker Kyle Van Noy is dealing with a calf issue. Flowers has been used sparingly on defense this season, resulting him accruing no more than four tackles in any of the Patriots' 11 games.
Flowers notched four solo tackles in the Patriots' 33-8 victory over the Raiders.
Flowers' previous season high in tackles was two (one solo), which he recorded in Week 3. Heading into Week 11 he had just five tackles on the season. He did his damage Sunday on just 32 defensive snaps (43.0 percent).
Flowers was traded to the Patriots on Tuesday for a seventh-round pick, Jim Owczarski of the Cincinnati Enquirer reports.
Flowers is coming off a 2016 campaign with the Bengals where he appeared in all 16 games but mostly as a member of special teams. In New England, he'll likely serve a similar role as a depth option on defense and key member of the special teams unit.
The Bengals announced middle linebacker Rey Maualuga won't return from the hamstring injury he suffered in the second quarter at Indianapolis. With Maualuga out, linebackers Marquis Flowers and Nico Johnson will see increased snaps.
As the Bengals prepare to open training camp this week, they placed nine players on the Physically Unable to Perform list and another three on the Non-Football Injury list. All 12 players can come off both lists at any time.
Defensive tackle Geno Atkins (knee), cornerback Leon Hall (Achilles), guard Clint Boling (knee), linebacker Marquis Flowers (hamstring), punter Kevin Huber (neck), receiver Colin Lockett (hamstring), defensive tackle Zach Minter (back), defensive tackle Devon Still (back) and receiver Ryan Whalen (hamstring) all were placed on PUP.
In addition to receiver Marvin Jones (ankle), who might not be seriously hurt, the Bengals placed cornerback Onterio McCalebb (ankle) and quarterback AJ McCarron (shoulder) on their NFI list.
The Bengals signed sixth-round pick Marquis Flowers, a linebacker out of Arizona, and seventh-rounder James Wright, a wide receiver from LSU.
With the 210th pick in the draft, the Bengals selected linebacker Marquis Flowers out of Arizona.
Flowers nearly posted consecutive 100-tackle seasons to close out his collegiate career, falling six stops shy as a senior. He also had five interceptions in four season at the college level and 7 1/2 sacks.