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  • Commanders' Jeremy Reaves: Signing tender with Washington

    Reaves signed his one-year tender with the Commanders on Monday, Field Yates of ESPN reports. Reaves was a restricted free agent and now will return to Washington for next season. The special-teams ace is coming off his most productive season, as he set new career highs for both games played and tackles with 17 and 33, respectively. Reaves once again should have a big role on special teams in addition to being a reserve option on defense in 2023.
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  • Commanders' Jeremy Reaves: Receives tender

    Reaves, a restricted free agent, was tendered by the Commanders on Tuesday, Nicki Jhabvala of the Washington Post reports. Reaves has been with Washington since 2018, playing both on defense and special teams. Last year was the first time he played in more than nine games, though his 143 snaps were his fewest since 2019. He'll likely retain a heavy special-teams workload while playing an occasional rotational role on defense.
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  • Football Team's Jeremy Reaves: Produces double-digit tackles

    Reaves had 10 tackles (six solo) during Sunday's 56-14 loss to the Cowboys. Reaves had played only one defensive snap all season before receiving the start Week 15, and he now has 22 total tackles in two games. The 25-year-old should retain the starting job down the stretch with Landon Collins (foot) and Deshazor Everett (personal) on injured reserve and the NFI list, respectively.
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  • Football Team's Jeremy Reaves: Bound for starting role?

    Reaves is likely to enter the starting lineup following the placement of Deshazor Everett (pectoral) on IR, Ben Standig of The Athletic reports. Reaves played 41 percent of defensive snaps against the 49ers last weekend after Everett was forced out, and it appears that the Football Team could be forced to rely on him as a starter the rest of the way. In that case, Troy Apke and Cole Luke would be candidates for rotational gigs.
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