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  • Jets' Lance McCutcheon: Staying with Jets

    The Jets signed McCutcheon to a reserve/future contract Monday. McCutcheon landed on the Jets' practice squad Oct. 24 after being cut by the Texans two weeks prior. He did not appear in a game this season and will have a chance to crack New York's 53-man roster for 2024.
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  • Lance McCutcheon: Cut by Rams

    The Rams waived McCutcheon on Monday. McCutcheon suited up for 10 games with the Rams during his rookie campaign in 2022. He accumulated five targets during his time on the field but failed to secure any receptions. The 24-year-old is now in line to look for a fresh start somewhere else unless if Los Angeles offers him a spot on its practice squad.
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  • Rams' Lance McCutcheon: Will play Thursday

    McCutcheon (shoulder) has been ruled active for Thursday's game against the Raiders. McCutcheon was sidelined for last week's loss to the Chargers with a shoulder injury, leaving him limited during each session of Week 14 prep. The 23-year-old is now set to return and once again fill in on the Rams' depleted receiving corps with Cooper Kupp (ankle) and Allen Robinson (foot) both on IR. McCutcheon should slot in alongside fellow depth receivers Tutu Atwell and Brandon Powell, the latter of whom will also play after being deemed questionable due to an illness.
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  • Rams' Lance McCutcheon: Officially questionable

    McCutcheon (shoulder) is listed as questionable for Thursday's matchup against the Raiders, Anthony Galaviz of The Fresno Bee reports. McCutcheon logged limited sessions Tuesday and Wednesday after not practicing Monday due to a shoulder injury that's already cost him one contest. Brandon Powell (illness) is also questionable, so the Rams' passing attack -- which already without quarterback Matthew Stafford (neck) and receivers Cooper Kupp (ankle) and Allen Robinson (foot) -- may be without two more weapons against Las Vegas.
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  • Rams' Lance McCutcheon: Sits out practice Wednesday

    McCutcheon (shoulder) did not participate during the Rams' practice Wednesday, Gilbert Manzano of The Orange County Register reports. McCutcheon sustained a shoulder injury during Sunday's loss to the Chiefs, leaving him sidelined for the Rams' first practice Week 13. While the nature of this issue is still unknown, the rookie wideout will look to log at least one limited session Thursday or Friday, or else he'll likely sit out Sunday against Seattle. McCutcheon saw season highs in targets (four) and offensive snaps (26) against Kansas City, though he could be poised for increased usage with top pass catchers Cooper Kupp (ankle) and Allen Robinson (foot) both on IR.
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  • Rams' Lance McCutcheon: Suffers shoulder injury

    McCutcheon hurt his shoulder during Sunday's 26-10 loss at Kansas City. Per Jourdan Rodrigue of The Athletic, there was no context for McCutcheon's injury when it was announced in the fourth quarter. In any case, McCutcheon finished Week 12 with no catches on three targets. His next chance to play will arrive next Sunday against the Seahawks.
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  • Rams' Lance McCutcheon: Not playing Thursday

    McCutcheon (coach's decision) is inactive for Thursday's game against the Bills, Stu Jackson of the Rams' official site reports. As an undrafted rookie, McCutcheon made an improbable run to the Rams' 53-man roster based off impressive performances throughout the offseason program, training camp and the preseason. However, even with No. 3 wide receiver Van Jefferson (knee) unavailable Week 1, McCutcheon's pro debut will have to wait at least one game. Behind the top duo of Cooper Kupp and Allen Robinson, L.A.'s other active options at the position are Ben Skowronek, Tutu Atwell and Brandon Powell.
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  • Rams' Lance McCutcheon: Lands on initial 53-man roster

    McCutcheon made the Rams' initial 53-man roster Tuesday, Gary Klein of the Los Angeles Times reports. McCutcheon caught 15 of 20 targets for 259 yards and two scores across three preseason appearances and parlayed his strong play into a spot on the initial 53-man roster. With Van Jefferson (knee) and Brandon Powell (knee) uncertain for Week 1, it's possible the undrafted rookie wideout enters the regular season as high as fifth on the depth chart.
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  • Rams' Lance McCutcheon: Breaks out with two TDs

    McCutcheon caught five of six targets for 87 yards and two touchdowns in Saturday's 29-22 victory over the Chargers. He also added a two-point conversion reception. Jourdan Rodrigue of The Athletic noted that McCutcheon has been soaking up knowledge from Cooper Kupp and Allen Robinson in meeting rooms, and the undrafted free agent put that to good use Saturday. Bryce Perkins hit McCutcheon on the left sideline in the second quarter, and McCutcheon put on the burners and juked safety JT Woods to notch a 60-yard touchdown. McCutcheon added an 11-yard touchdown reception in the fourth quarter to put the Rams up for good. While a roster spot may still be tough to find with a talented group of receivers in front of him, McCutcheon's stock is certainly trending up with this performance.
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  • Rams' Lance McCutcheon: Staying with Rams

    McCutcheon re-signed with the Rams on Thursday after previously being let go by the team. McCutcheon was waived by the Rams on Tuesday after initially signing with the team on a three-year contract as an undrafted free agent. He's back with the team now and with 10 total wide receivers currently on the Rams' 90-man offseason roster, McCutcheon will likely compete for a practice squad spot unless he can make a contribution via special teams.
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