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Top Jon Bostic News

  • Commanders' Jon Bostic: Placed on IR

    Bostic (pectoral) was placed on injured reserve Friday.

    Bostic is officially done for the regular season after being transitioned to IR on Friday following the pectoral injury he suffered in Week 16 against the 49ers. The linebacker will finish the regular-season campaign with 25 tackles while appearing in 15 games with the Commanders. De'Jon Harris was signed to Washington's active roster from the practice squad Friday and will provide the team with an additional depth option at linebacker in Bostic's absence.

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  • Commanders' Jon Bostic: Suffers pectoral injury

    Bostic won't return to Saturday's game in San Francisco due to a pectoral injury.

    For perspective, Bostic suffered a season-ending pectoral issue in October 2021, so he may be sidelined even if the Commanders end up making the playoffs. Prior to Week 16 action, he had recorded 24 tackles in 14 appearances while splitting time between defense and special teams.

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  • Commanders' Jon Bostic: Starting Sunday

    Bostic will draw a start Sunday against the Texans, Zach Selby of the Commanders' official site reports.

    Bostic will get the nod with Cole Holcomb (foot) inactive for the game. The former has played a big role in the team's rotation at linebacker the last two weeks, recording nine tackles (four solo) on 83 defensive snaps.

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  • Jon Bostic: Released by New Orleans

    The Saints released Bostic on Tuesday.

    Bostic signed a contract with the Saints in mid-August after they placed rookie fifth-round pick D'Marco Jackson (undisclosed) on IR. The 2013 second-round pick recorded back-to-back seasons with at least 100 tackles before appearing in just four games with Washington last year due to a pectoral injury. Now that he's healthy, Bostic should garner at least some interest in free agency.

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  • Saints' Jon Bostic: Headed to New Orleans

    Bostic signed a contract with the Saints on Monday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.

    Bostic tried out for the Saints at the beginning of August, and the team has now signed the veteran linebacker after placing rookie fifth-round pick D'Marco Jackson (undisclosed) on IR. Bostic appeared in four games last year before suffering a season-ending pectoral injury. The former second-round pick had back-to-back 100-plus tackle seasons in 2019 and 2020, but he'll likely compete for a backup role behind Demario Davis in New Orleans.

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  • Jon Bostic: Back in action

    Bostic (pectoral) was seen trying out for the Saints on Thursday, Aaron Wilson of ProFootballNetwork.com reports.

    Bostic was placed on the injured reserve by Washington in early October of last season when the linebacker suffered a pectoral injury and he hasn't played since. The former Florida Gator recorded 22 tackles in four games last season. Now that he's healthy, expect the veteran to continue trying out for teams until he finds a good fit.

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  • Football Team's Jon Bostic: Lands on IR

    Washington placed Bostic (pectoral) on injured reserve Tuesday.

    As expected, Bostic has been placed on IR and will likely miss the remainder of the season. Coach Ron Rivera said that Khaleke Hudson will see increased opportunities while Bostic is sidelined, but Jared Norris is also expected to see additional playing time.

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  • Football Team's Jon Bostic: Likely out for season

    Bostic (pectoral) will likely miss the remainder of the season, Rhiannon Walker of The Athletic reports.

    Bostic underwent an MRI on Monday to determine the severity of his injury, and coach Ron Rivera revealed that the linebacker will likely miss the rest of the year. Rivera said Khaleke Hudson will see increased opportunities while the 30-year-old is sidelined, while Jared Norris should also see additional playing time.

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  • Football Team's Jon Bostic: Sustains pectoral injury

    Bostic will undergo an MRI on Monday to determine the severity of a pectoral injury that he sustained in Sunday's win over Atlanta, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.

    Bostic's tests will help determine the severity of the issue, but the team fears that the linebacker sustained a serious injury in the Week 4 win. If the 30-year-old is forced to miss additional time, Jared Norris will likely be in line for a larger role.

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  • Football Team's Jon Bostic: Won't return Sunday

    Bostic (shoulder) has been ruled out for the remainder of Sunday's contest against the Falcons.

    Bostic totaled six tackles before leaving the contest. Jared Norris will likely replace him for the remainder of the game.

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  • Football Team's Jon Bostic: Enjoys career year

    Bostic finished the 2020 season with 118 tackles (61 solo), three sacks, three pass defenses and one interception in 16 games.

    The veteran linebacker played 92.4 percent of Washington's defensive snaps, up from 91.1 percent the previous year. He still hasn't shown a ton of playmaking ability, but Bostic did have career highs for tackles and sacks in 2020, occupying a key role in one of the better defenses in the league. He'll turn 30 in May and has one year remaining on his contract with Washington, scheduled for a $1.64 million base salary.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-1, 245 lbs
Birthplace: Mims, FL
Age: 32
School: Florida
Experience: 11