Miller (hamstring) upgraded to full practice participation Thursday, Carmen Vitali of the Buccaneers' official website reports.
Held out for the past two weeks, Miller now appears healthy at an opportune time, with Mike Evans (hamstring) in danger of missing the final three weeks of the season. Miller had been working as the No. 4 receiver prior to his own hamstring injury, ahead of Justin Watson but behind Breshad Perriman. With Watson coming off a 5-59-1 receiving line in last week's win over Indianapolis, it isn't quite clear if Miller will have a significant role on offense Week 15.
Miller (hamstring) was a limited participant at practice Wednesday.
Miller missed the last two games due to the hamstring injury, but his return to practice is a good sign for Week 15. The 22-year-old likely will need to advance to full practice participation by Friday to avoid an injury designation for Sunday's game at Detroit.
Miller (hamstring) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Colts, Scott Smith of the Buccaneers' official site reports.
Miller's absence for a second straight game could leave a few extra snaps available for No. 3 receiver Breshad Perriman, who responded to the same scenario last week with season highs for both receptions (five) and yards (87). Meanwhile, Justin Watson should get a bit of run as the No. 4 receiver, though he played just 15 percent of snaps on offense in the Week 13 win over Jacksonville.
Miller (hamstring) didn't practice Thursday.
The last time Miller didn't have 'DNP' next to his name on the Buccaneers' injury report was last Wednesday, Nov. 27. On a potentially positive note, he worked out on the side Thursday, per Greg Auman of The Athletic. No matter, the Buccaneers may ruled Miller out for a second consecutive contest when they post their final Week 14 practice report Friday.
Miller (hamstring) was a non-participant at Wednesday's practice, Jenna Laine of ESPN.com reports.
Miller suffered the hamstring injury Week 12 in Atlanta and was unable to play against Jacksonville last Sunday. The 22-year-old hasn't seen the field since working as a limited practice participant last Wednesday.
Miller (hamstring) has been ruled out for Sunday's game in Jacksonville, Scott Smith of the Buccaneers' official site reports.
Miller had been cutting into Breshad Perriman's workload of late, drawing 10 targets over the past three weeks. It isn't clear if Miller's absence will free up more work for Perriman or create an opportunity for Justin Watson to take more snaps. Either way, Miller's absence isn't a huge loss for quarterback Jameis Winston.
Miller (hamstring) is not practicing Thursday.
Miller managed to practice in a limited capacity to begin the week, but he's now been downgraded to a non-participant. If the rookie sixth-round pick is unable to up his level of activity during Friday's final session of the week, he could be in danger of missing Sunday's contest against Jacksonville.
Miller was limited in Wednesday's practice due to a hamstring injury.
Miller looks to have suffered a hamstring issue during the Week 12 win over the Falcons. There's not yet any reason to worry that the rookie sixth-round pick is in danger of missing any time, as he'll have two more opportunities to upgrade his level of participation ahead of Sunday's tilt against the Jaguars.
Miller lost two yards on his only carry and secured his only target for eight yards in the Buccaneers' 35-22 win over the Falcons on Sunday.
Miller was riding some modest momentum coming into Sunday's contest, having posted a combined 6-104 line over the prior two games. However, the rookie was unable to continue his ascent versus the Falcons, although he encouragingly continued to enjoy a secondary role on the offense. Miller will look to coax his production back up against the Jaguars in a Week 13 interconference battle.
Miller hauled in four of six targets for 71 yards in the Buccaneers' 34-17 loss to the Saints on Sunday.
Miller appears to have a chance to turn into one of the bright spots of what is shaping up as a considerably disappointing season for the Buccaneers. The rookie has now put together a 6-104-0 line on nine targets over his last two games, as he appears to be gaining the trust of the coaching staff, and Jameis Winston in particular. Miller is establishing himself as a downfield threat in the process and could even be on his way to unseating Breshad Perriman for the No. 3 role with more performances the likes of Sunday's. He'll look to continue his ascent versus the Falcons in a Week 12 matchup.
Miller secured two of three targets for 33 yards in the Buccaneers' 30-27 win over the Cardinals on Sunday.
Miller bounced back from a pair of blankings on the stat sheet in Weeks 8 and 9 to post his fourth and fifth catches of the season. Miller has now seen at least one target in six consecutive games, but his production remains hard to trust as the Buccaneers' No. 4 receiver. The rookie will look to build on Sunday's performance against the Saints in Week 11.
Miller failed to come up with either of his two targets in the Buccaneers' 40-34 overtime loss to the Seahawks on Sunday.
Not factored in that stat line is a touchdown pass Miller caught in the third quarter that was called off due to the rookie receiver having stepped out of bounds before securing the ball. Miller had a modest spike in production in Week 6 against the Panthers with the first three receptions of his career, but he's failed to come up with any of the three subsequent targets that have come his way over the last two games.
Miller failed to come up with his only target in Sunday's 27-23 loss to the Titans.
Miller was coming off a three-catch performance against the Panthers in London during the Week 6 divisional matchup before the bye, with that trio of receptions the first of the rookie's career. However, he was disappointingly uninvolved against the Titans despite logging a total of 10 snaps from scrimmage in the contest. Miller was also supplanted on punt returns by T.J. Logan for the contest, and given that the latter managed a 40-yard runback on one of those opportunities, he may hang on to that job for the time being.
Miller secured three of seven targets for 39 yards in the Buccaneers' 37-26 loss to the Panthers on Sunday.
Miller's trio of receptions were the first of his career, as he once again helped fill in for Breshad Perriman (hamstring). The rookie actually checked in third in targets behind Chris Godwin and Mike Evans, outpacing fellow reserve Bobo Wilson in snaps by a 48-23 margin in the process. Miller appears to have vaulted over both Wilson and Justin Watson (three snaps Sunday) in the wide receiver pecking order, if the last two games are any indication.
Miller failed to bring in either of his two targets and rushed once for 18 yards in the Buccaneers' 31-24 loss to the Saints on Sunday.
The rookie helped fill in for the sidelined Breshad Perriman (hamstring) but was unable to make his mark through the air. Miller did flash his speed on his one carry, but he's unlikely to have a chance to do much from scrimmage during his first pro season unless injuries continue to pile up at the receiver position.
Coach Bruce Arians said Miller and Bobo Wilson would split the offensive snaps usually reserved for Breshad Perriman (hamstring) in Sunday's game against the Saints, Scott Smith of the Buccaneers' official site reports.
When Perriman exited early in the Week 4 win over the Rams with the injury, it was Wilson (35 offensive snaps, one reception for 14 yards on four targets) rather than Miller (eight snaps, one incomplete target) who acted as the primary replacement. With Perriman already ruled out for Week 5, both Wilson and Miller will again have roles in the game plan, but a snap split favoring Wilson could very well be in place again. Even if Miller surprisingly usurps Wilson in the pecking order, it's difficult to envision him seeing meaningful volume in the passing game, given the way top receivers Mike Evans and Chris Godwin (hip) have dominated the targets this season.
Miller was unable to haul in his lone target during Sunday's 55-40 win over the Rams.
Miller got his first career target Sunday, but was unable to link up with Jameis Winston. Miller has been active recently as a sixth receiver in a Tampa Bay offense that has scored at least 30 points in three of four games, but -- with a team full of weapons -- he's unlikely to contribute.
Miller is active for the first time in his career Week 3 against the Giants, Scott Smith of the team's official site reports.
There's no guarantee Miller sees the field from scrimmage, but he could potentially factor into the return game. The rookie dealt with a hamstring issue this summer, but he's been healthy for several weeks and will be available as needed Sunday.
Miller (coach's decision) won't play in Thursday's matchup with Carolina, Scott Smith of the Buccaneers' official site reports.
Miller sat due to a coach's decision in Sunday's season opener as well. The rookie likely wouldn't factor into the Buccaneers' passing attack if he were active, so the receiving corps won't be shaken up much by his absence.
Miller (coach's decision) is inactive for Sunday's Week 1 tilt against the 49ers, Scott Smith of the team's official site reports.
Miller was able to snag a spot on the final roster after overcoming a hamstring injury during the early portion of preseason, but he's likely going to be a gameday inactive frequently early in his career. The rookie would not factor prominently into the Buccaneers passing game even if he were active, with Tampa's receiving corps as presently constituted having multiple superior options ahead of him.
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