The first series of roster cuts are right around the corner for the Chicago Bears. Here are 15 unfortunate names projected to get the ax.
Sorting out the quarterback depth chart is likely going to take all four preseason games. Jordan Palmer and Jimmy Clausen have been battling neck and neck for the backup job while the Bears clearly have something in mind for David...
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Since the departure of Devin Hester, the Chicago Bears have been nothing but confident that they will find his replacement during their upcoming training camp.
Bears offensive coordinator Joe DeCamillis, said in an interview with the team website that Eric Weems, Michael Spurlock, Armanti Edwards, Chris Williams and Michael Ford are some of the leading candidates...
The Chicago Bears have five players have players competing for punt and kick return duties including: Eric Weems, Micheal Spurlock, Armanti Edwards, Chris Williams and Michael Ford.
“We have a lot of experience back there,” special teams coordinator Joe DeCamillis said, via ChicagoBears.com. “There’s a lot of talent and that’s really what you want when...
WR Marquess Wilson is expected to win the No. 3 receiver job unless he “falters significantly” during training camp. (Michael C. Wright)
This could leave Josh Morgan, Eric Weems, Micheal Spurlock, Armanti Edwards, Chris Williams and Josh Bellamy all competing for two or three rosters. (Michael C. Wright)
DE Sam Montgomery was arrested and charged with...
1. Armanti Edwards
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Armanti Edwards is a former Quarterback who latched on in Carolina for a few seasons. This year the Bears will give him a chance to prove himself again. He has had trouble being a successful slot man, like some other transformed Quarterbacks have been in recent years, such as Randall Cobb. Edwards will...
Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune is reporting that the Bears are signing receivers Armanti Edwards and Michael Spurlock to contracts on Tuesday.
This news comes less than a week after Domenik Hixon unfortunately suffered another ACL tear and is expected to retire from the NFL.
Second-year WR Marquess Wilson has been working as the team’s primary No. 3 receiver during OTAs...
The Saints are hosting 38 players for tryouts this weekend during their minicamp that runs through Sunday, according to the New Orleans Times-Pacayune.
Veteran DE Jamaal Anderson, WR Armanti Edwards, C Samson Satele and QB Rusty Smith are among the most notable players trying out for the team.
Anderson, 28, was the No. 7 overall pick of the 2007 NFL Draft, but has bounced around...
With the departure of Golden Tate to the Detroit Lions, the Seattle Seahawks appear to be in the market for a punt returner. One possible option came in to VMAC recently. According to ESPN’s Adam Caplan, Armanti Edwards worked out for the team yesterday:
WR Armanti Edwards is working out for the #Seahawks, source said.
— Adam Caplan (@caplannfl) April 24, 2014
Adam Caplan of ESPN reports that KR/WR Armanti Edwards worked out for the Seahawks recently.
Edwards, 26, most recently was on the Panthers last season and was waived after four games with the team resulting in no catches.
After being waived by the Panthers, he joined the Browns and was placed on injured-reserved before seasons end.
Edwards is a physical specimen and would likely...
Cleveland Browns wide receiver/special teams player, Armanti Edwards, is placed on the injured reserve list with an ankle injury, officially ending his 2013 NFL season.
Mike Garafolo of FOX Sports, via his official twitter account, initially reported that Edwards’ season was over:
WR/PR Armanti Edwards, just signed by the Browns a few weeks ago, is headed to IR with an ankle injury...
The Cleveland Browns have signed wide receiver Josh Cooper from their practice squad. Cooper will replaced wide receiver Armanti Edwards, who was placed on injured reserve with an ankle injury Wednesday.
Cooper was waived on September 30 after appearing in just one game and failing to record a reception. He is of the slot receiver mold and is reportedly close friends with Browns...
Bills signed OT J.J. Unga off the Ravens’ practice squad.
Browns placed WR Armanti Edwards on season-ending injured reserve.
Browns signed WR Josh Cooper to their active roster.
Colts signed RB Chris Rainey.
DE Jason Pierre-Paul is not practicing on Wednesday. (Ralph Vacchiano)
RB Brandon Jacobs is not practicing on Wednesday. (Ralph Vacchiano...
Today the Cleveland Browns have promoted WR Josh Cooper to the active roster, and placed WR Armanti Edwards on IR. The Browns also signed WR Reggie Dunn to the practice squad. Armanti Edwards was only on the roster for a few weeks before getting injured. Edwards was formerly with the Carolina Panthers and was an […]
What looked like a second chance for a young receiver has ended.
According to Mike Garafolo of FOX Sports, the Browns are putting wide receiver Armanti Edwards on season-ending injured reserve because of an ankle injury suffered Sunday.
Edwards, who was declared the training camp MVP by the Panthers before being released midseason, got some work with the Browns as a returner.
The Browns placed punt returner Armanti Edwards on injured reserve with an ankle injury and promoted wide receiver Josh Cooper to their active roster.
Edwards got hurt in Sunday's loss at Cincinnati. He returned two punts for 14 yards and had one carry for no gain before getting injured. Edwards played in two games for Cleveland after being signed on Oct. 30.
With Edwards out...
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November 05, 2013
The Browns continued to tweak their roster on Tuesday, signing WR Armanti Edwards and OL Reid Fragel. The moves should excite the Buckeye fans amongst Browns backers.
Edwards was the quarterback for Appalachian State’s 34-32 victory over No. 5 Michigan in Ann Arbor on Sept. 1, 2007. The former QB was originally drafted by Carolina in the third round (89th overall) of the 2010 NFL...
The Panthers have finally given up on Armanti Edwards, waiving the fourth-year wide receiver.
The team announced the move Tuesday.
Former Panthers general manager Marty Hurney drafted the Appalachian State quarterback in the third round in 2010, giving up a second-round pick in 2011 to New England to get him.
The move has proven to be one of the most costly in franchise history...
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October 08, 2013
Mike Garafolo of Fox Sports reports that the Carolina Panthers have released fourth year WR Armanti Edwards.
The Panthers used their 2010 third-round draft pick on Edwards, who played quarterback at Appalachian State. Since then, Edwards has five catches in 39 career games. Edwards, 25, has only has only played 41 snaps this season for a Panthers team who is in desperate need...
According to Mike Garafolo of FOX Sports, the Carolina Panthers are releasing former third round pick, wide receiver Armanti Edwards.
Edwards only have five receptions for 121 yards in his four year NFL career.
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Panthers coach Ron Rivera is anxious to see if Domenik Hixon or Armanti Edwards can step up and be the team's third wide receiver.
He'll begin to find out this Sunday when the Panthers visit the Buffalo Bills.
Rivera said Hixon and Edwards are fully recovered from their hamstring injuries and will be active this week, along with Ted Ginn Jr., who worked as the team'...
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September 12, 2013
Our players to watch segment now takes a look at the NFC South
Atlanta Falcons: Peter Konz C- This will be Konz first season as the full time center as he replaces veteran Todd McClure. The second rounder was the Falcons first pick in 2012 and started 10 games at right guard last year. In his starts he showed flashes of that great technique that Wisconsin Offensive Lineman are known...
While other NFL teams are in search of quarterbacks and running backs, new Carolina general manager Dave Gettleman said the Panthers wouldn't mind walking away from the NFL draft with big offensive and defensive linemen.
Gettleman has worked in the NFL for more than a quarter century and to him ''hog mollies'' - a term of affection he uses for offensive and defensive...
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April 22, 2013
SPARTANBURG, SC -- To say there's plenty of competition in the Carolina Panthers' training camp at wide receiver would be an understatement.
Holdovers such as Brandon LaFell, Armanti Edwards, David Gettis, Darvin Adams and Kealoha Pilares are vying to make the team in some cases and to raise their performance to possibly complement star veteran Steve Smith in another. Newcomers...
The Panthers already long injury list got longer today when head coach Ron Rivera announced that wide receiver Legedu Naanee will miss the season finale Sunday at New Orleans due to broken bone in his foot.
Naanee apparently reinjured his foot when it got stuck after he made a catch near the Tampa Bay goal line on Saturday. Because it's the final week of the season...
Going to extremes after the Panthers' 28-13 upset win over Houston.