Morgan was treated for an apparent, self-inflicted gunshot wound on Jan. 31, FOX Sports reports.
Among the final cuts from Saints training camp in 2015, Morgan failed to take an NFL snap for the first time since he was selected in the 2008 draft. While the recent incident brings with it a misdemeanor charge of reckless use of a firearm, it remains to be seen if he'll be a part of an offseason program in anticipation of the 2016 season.
The Saints cut ties with wide receiver Josh Morgan on Saturday, reports ESPN. Morgan caught 10 passes for 70 yards in 14 games last season.
A pair of Bears made the tiniest of contributions Sunday against the victorious Lions.
Wideout Josh Morgan caught two passes for two yards while tight end Dante Rosario snagged one for one yard.
The Bears got a few offensive contributions in Monday's 31-15 home loss to the Saints. Among them, rookie running back Ka'Deem Carey caught all three of his targets for 39 yards and had a 4-yard carry. Tight end <span data-shortcode="annotation" data-id="435367" data-text="Dante Rosario" data-canon="Dante Rosario" data-type="SPORTS_OBJECT_PLAYER" id="shortcode0"> made a 4-yard catch. Wideout Josh Morgan was targeted once without a catch.
They'll play the Lions in Week 16.
Bears backup pass catchers Marquess Wilson and Josh Morgan did little Week 14 against the Cowboys.
Wilson did receive five targets, but only came up with two receptions. He finished with 19 yards. Morgan hauled in one pass, gaining 8 yards. Both players will look for more Week 15 against the Saints.
The Bears will have both Alshon Jeffery and Brandon Marshall Week 12 against the Buccaneers.
Both players came into the contest listed as probable, and were always expected to play. The team will also have Ego Ferguson and Josh Morgan. Both players were also listed as probable. Ferguson is getting over an illness. Morgan has a shoulder injury. Demontre Hurst , who was listed as questionable, will attempt to play through a knee injury.
The Bears have listed Jordan Mills, Josh Morgan, Terrance Mitchell, Darryl Sharpton, Eben Britton, Trevor Scott and Blake Annen as inactive Week 11 against the Vikings.
Both Scott and Sharpton had been ruled out prior to Sunday's game. Mills was considered doubtful due to a rib injury, while Morgan was questionable with a shoulder issue. Mitchell was probable due to an illness, but will not go.
The Bears listed 10 players on its final injury report for Week 11 against Minnesota. Eben Britton (illness), Trevor Scott (knee) and Darryl Sharpton (hamstring) were all ruled out for Sunday. Jordan Mills (ribs) and Josh Morgan (shoulder) were unable to practice this week. Morgan is questionable, while Mills is doubtful.
Meanwhile, Martellus Bennett (ribs), Tim Jennings (knee), Brandon Marshall (ankle) Terrance Mitchell (ullness) and Cornelius Washington (illness) were all deemed probable.
Backup quarterback Jimmy Clausen and wideout Josh Morgan made minor contributions to the Bears offense Sunday against Green Bay.
Clausen completed his lone pass for nine yards in relief of Jay Cutler. Morgan racked up three receptions for 24 yards. Two of those catches came in the fourth quarter.
Bears defensive end Jared Allen (back), safety Chris Conte (shoulder) and receiver Josh Morgan (groin) are active for Monday's game at the Jets after being listed as probable on the injury report.
Five injured Bears players will miss Monday's game against the Jets, according to the team's final injury report Saturday: linebacker Shea McClellin (hand), defensive tackle Jeremiah Ratliff (concussion), cornerback Sherrick McManis (quad) and offensive linemen Matt Slauson (ankle) and Roberto Garza (ankle).
In addition, defensive end Trevor Scott (foot) has been listed as doubtful. On the positive side, defensive end Jared Allen (back), safety Chris Conte (shoulder) and wide receiver Josh Morgan (groin) are listed as probable to play Monday.
The Bears declared these players inactive for Sunday night's game in San Francisco: wideout Josh Morgan (groin), linebacker Khaseem Greene, center Roberto Garza, guard Matt Slauson, offensive tackle Charles Leno and defensive ends David Bass and Cornelius Washington.
Wide receiver Josh Morgan was one of the bright spots for the Bears on Friday night against Seattle.
Morgan caught three passes for 48 yards. His average of 16 yards per reception topped the team among those who caught more than one. He has six catches for 89 yards in the last two games combined.
Bears coach Marc Trestman referred to Josh Morgan as the "next man up" for the No. 3 receiver job, reports the Chicago Tribune. The position came open when Marquess Wilson broke his collarbone two weeks ago.
Morgan caught three passes for a team-high 41 yards against the Jaguars last Thursday. Newly-signed receiver Santonio Holmes, who caught punts in practice Monday, needs to get up to speed quickly to challenge for the No. 3 job.
Bears receiver Josh Morgan, who was accused of assaulting a valet driver in April, has agreed to do community service to have the charge against him vacated, reports Comcast Sports Net.
The report says Morgan has agreed to 32 hours of community service, and they must be completed within four months. If Morgan complies with the terms of the program, the misdemeanor assault charge against him will be erased from his record.
Morgan is competing to be the No. 4 receiver for the Bears behind Brandon Marshall, Alshon Jeffery and Marquess Wilson.
A week after signing a one-year deal with the Bears, receiver Josh Morgan was arrested following an altercation at a Washington, D.C. area nightclub. Police say he punched someone in the face during a verbal confrontation. Morgan claims he's innocent and was released following his arrest because he qualified for citation release.
"Not a scratch on his face," Morgan told WRC-TV in Washington via the Chicago Tribune. "I didn't touch him. ... I've always been a standup guy in the community; I've always been a standup guy period. Everybody knows me. Everybody knows how I am. Nothing like this has ever happened to me before. What a coincidence that now I signed with the Chicago Bears, now all of a sudden it happened."
The Bears and receiver Josh Morgan have agreed to a one-year deal, the team announced Monday. Morgan spent the past two seasons with the Redskins and previous four seasons before that with the 49ers. He has 2,488 yards on 199 career receptions with 11 touchdowns, no more than three in any season.
The Panthers and 49ers are the leaders among six teams interested in free agent receiver Josh Morgan, reports ESPN Radio 980. Morgan is a terrific blocker who caught 20 passes last season.
Receiver Josh Morgan had his contract voided by the Redskins last week, but he hopes to return to the team at a lesser price in 2014. “This is my hometown. This is my community," he told the team's website. "My family is here. My friends are here. This is my team I grew up rooting for.”
Morgan, 28, clashed with former coach Mike Shanahan and produced a career-low 214 receiving yards last season. He wants a fresh start with new coach Jay Gruden.
Three members of the 2013 Redskins -- Josh Morgan, Brandon Meriweather and London Fletcher -- all had their contracts voided Friday, according to USA Today. The move will save the Redskins some cap space.
Morgan had fallen out of favor in Washington and suffered with some of his worst numbers -- just 214 yards and no touchdowns despite playing 14 games.
Meriweather had a tumultuous tenure with the Redskins, tallying 76 tackles, one sack, one forced fumble and three interceptions over 14 games (two seasons; he hurt his knees in 2012).
Fletcher, on the other hand, is a candidate for the Hall of Fame after closing out a 16-year career without missing a single game. He is retiring.