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  • Dolphins' Keion Crossen: Leaves with knee injury

    Crossen is listed as questionable to return to Saturday's contest against the Bills due to a knee injury. Crossen actually was forced out of the game earlier but managed to return. The corner appeared to aggravate the issue in an effort to track down Josh Allen on a 44-yard scamper. Expect Justin Bethel and Noah Igbinoghene to see more time as a result.
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  • Dolphins' Keion Crossen: Sheds injury designation

    Crossen (concussion) was listed as a full participant on Thursday's practice report, David Furones of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports. Crossen suffered a concussion Week 10 against the Browns and after a Week 11 bye, he was limited at practice Wednesday. However, Crossen appears to have cleared concussion protocols after being labeled a full participant on Thursday's practice report, and he should return to play Sunday against the Texans.
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  • Dolphins' Keion Crossen: Unavailable Sunday

    Crossen (knee) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Steelers. Crossen sustained a knee injury during last week's loss to the Vikings and was doubtful ahead of Sunday's primetime matchup. Justin Bethel should see increased opportunities with Crossen and Kader Kohou (oblique) unavailable.
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  • Dolphins' Keion Crossen: Unlikely to face Steelers

    Crossen (knee) is doubtful for Sunday's matchup against the Steelers, David Furones of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports. Crossen exited Miami's Week 6 loss to the Vikings with the knee issue and was unable to participate in practice in any capacity during the week. The Dolphins' secondary could be missing a number of key players in their secondary against the Steelers, and Crossen's absence would further hurt their depth.
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  • Dolphins' Keion Crossen: Will not return

    Crossen (knee) will not return Sunday against the Vikings. Crossen's now official absence for the remainder of the game will hit the Dolphins secondary hard. With Kader Kohou (oblique) and Nik Needham (ankle) also out, the Dolphins only have Xavien Howard, Noah Igbinoghene and Justin Bethel left at corner.
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  • Dolphins' Keion Crossen: Gets three-year deal in Miami

    Crossen agreed to terms on a three-year, $10.5 million contract with the Dolphins on Monday, Aaron Wilson of ProFootballNetwork.com reports. Crossen is a special-teams ace also capable of contributing as a defensive back, and he'll now provide his versatility for Miami's new coaching staff. That said, after only managing 13 tackles in 16 appearances with the Giants last season, Crossen remains off the fantasy radar.
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  • Giants' Keion Crossen: Dealt to Giants

    The Texans traded Crossen to the Giants in exchange for a 2023 sixth-round pick Monday. Crossen is set to play out the final year of his contract under a $920,000 salary this season. He now rejoins coach Joe Judge, who was operating as the Patriots' special-teams coordinator when the team selected Crossen in the seventh round of the 2018 NFL Draft. Over the last two seasons Crossen appeared in all 32 games with Houston, logging four starts.
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  • Texans' Keion Crossen: Sees minimal defensive work in 2019

    Crossen appeared in all 16 of the Texans' regular-season games in 2019, recording 13 tackles with one pass breakup. Crossen was acquired from the Patriots prior to Week 1 and served mostly in a special-teams role for Houston. The Texans' beleaguered secondary is expected to get a makeover before the start of 2020, so there could be an opportunity for Crossen, who is one of a few cornerbacks under contract for next season.
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  • Texans' Keion Crossen: Will play Sunday

    Crossen (hamstring) is officially active for Sunday's game against Kansas City. Crossen logged limited practice throughout the week, and, as evidenced by this news, he'll be ready to help slow down the lethal passing attack led by Patrick Mahomes. Crossen won't draw the start at cornerback but will provide valuable depth at the position Sunday.
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  • Texans' Keion Crossen: Leaves Sunday's game

    Crossen was forced to leave Sunday's game in the fourth quarter due to an undisclosed injury, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports. Crossen was one of three defensive backs to exit the lineup -- Johnathan Joseph (shoulder) and Phillip Gaines (ankle) were the others -- leaving the Texans with two healthy corners at the end of the game. Crossen was replaced on the field by rookie Xavier Crawford.
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  • Patriots' Keion Crossen: Playing Week 4

    Crossen (hamstring) is active for Sunday's tilt against the Dolphins, Jeff Howe of The Athletic reports. Crossen made his NFL debut in Week 3, seeing just a single defensive snap and a few more on special teams. He'll likely take on a depth role once again in Week 4, barring injuries to the secondary force him onto the field.
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  • Patriots' Keion Crossen: Reverts to IR

    Crossen (back) was reverted to the Patriots' injured reserve list Saturday per the NFL Media official transaction log. Crossen exited Sunday's practice with back spasms and has been sidelined since. The seventh-round pick in April's draft was looking to earn a spot as a depth corner and special teams contributor on the Patriots' final roster, but will now be sidelined for the season unless he and the team reach an injury settlement.
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