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Fantasy News

  • Isaiah Coulter: Let go by Buffalo

    The Bills waived Coulter on Sunday, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports. Coulter joined Buffalo on a reserve/future contract in January after being let go by the Cardinals. He missed a portion of training camp with a knee injury and failed to record a catch across the Bills' three preseason games.
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  • Bills' Isaiah Coulter: Back at practice

    Coulter (knee) participated in practice Wednesday, Joe Buscaglia of The Athletic reports. The wide receiver missed the Bills' session last Thursday and did not return for almost a week. Coulter landed a reserve/future contract with the team in January after spending time on its practice squad in 2022. The fourth-year pro is battling for a roster spot.
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  • Bills' Isaiah Coulter: Sitting out practice

    Coulter (knee) is not practicing Thursday, Alaina Getzenberg of ESPN.com reports. It's not clear when Coulter suffered the injury or the severity of it. However, he'll remain sidelined until he's recovered, which could impact his ability to earn a roster spot. He'll now work to get healthy so he can continue to try and makes the Bills' 53-man roster.
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  • Isaiah Coulter: Let go Saturday

    Coulter was cut from the Cardinals' practice squad Saturday, Howard Balzer of GoPHNX.com reports. Coulter had just joined the team Wednesday, and he seemed like a potential candidate be to be elevated to the active roster with DeAndre Hopkins (knee) and Robbie Anderson (back) out. However, instead his time in Arizona was cut short. The 24-year-old previously spent time on the Bills and Bears' practice squads this season as well, but he never got into a game. He'll now likely work to find a new opportunity.
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  • Isaiah Coulter: Added to Cardinals' practice squad

    Coulter was signed to the Cardinals' practice squad Wednesday, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports. With DeAndre Hopkins (knee) and Robbie Anderson (back) both questionable to play Sunday versus the 49ers, Coulter could have an opportunity for elevation to the active roster in Week 18. The wide receiver has yet to play in a game this season, and if he does end up being active for Sunday's regular season finale, he'll likely have little to no impact on the offensive game plan.
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  • Isaiah Coulter: Done with Bears

    Chicago waived Coulter on Tuesday, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports. The move was necessary to make room for the newly acquired Chase Claypool. Coulter will become a free agent assuming he isn't claimed by another team during the current waiver period.
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  • Bears' Isaiah Coulter: Inactive for Week 8

    Coulter (coach's decision) is inactive for Sunday's matchup against the Cowboys. Coulter was signed to the active roster from the Bears' practice squad ahead of Week 7, but he's remained inactive for back-to-back games. The 2020 fifth-round pick has appeared in just three regular-season games since being drafted by the Texans.
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  • Bears' Isaiah Coulter: Lands with active roster

    Coulter was signed to the Bears' active roster from their practice squad Tuesday, Larry Mayer of the team's official site reports. Coulter failed to make the 53-man roster out of camp, but he was signed to the team's practice squad after clearing waivers. The third-year-pro pro will replace Ihmir Smith-Marsette on the active roster, as he was waived Tuesday.
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  • Isaiah Coulter: Gets spot on Bears' practice squad

    Coulter was added to Chicago's practice squad Wednesday, Larry Mayer of the Bears' official site reports. Coulter rejoins the Bears organization after being cut Tuesday. Following a productive preseason, the 23-year-old wideout could be among the first in line should the Bears require reinforcements at wide receiver in the regular season.
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  • Isaiah Coulter: Doesn't make Bears roster

    Coulter was cut by the Bears on Tuesday, Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune reports. Coulter will likely wind up on Chicago's practice squad. The 23-year-old wide receiver played pretty well in preseason, catching six passes for 100 yards over the last two games.
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  • Bears' Isaiah Coulter: Struggling with consistency

    Coulter has shown the ability to make downfield catches, Gene Chamberlain of SI.com reports. Coulter has played in three games in his two years with the Texans and Bears, resulting in 21 offensive snaps. He's shown the speed needed to make big plays, but he hasn't been able to do so on a consistent basis. He may need to show well in preseason games in his battle to earn a roster spot.
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  • Bears' Isaiah Coulter: Inks futures deal

    Coulter signed a reserve/future contract with the Bears on Tuesday, Larry Mayer of the Bears' official site reports. Coulter spent Weeks 11 and 12 with the active roster and received one target, but he was unable to haul it in. He then spent two weeks in COVID protocols and was restored to the Bears' practice squad on Dec. 28, according to Aaron Wilson of Sportstalk 790 Houston. Coulter will now work to make a bigger impact with the Bears next season.
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  • Bears' Isaiah Coulter: Elevated for Week 12

    Coulter was elevated from the Bears' practice squad to the active roster Wednesday. Coulter will join the active roster for Thursday's matchup with the Lions. The 23-year-old made his season debut last weekend against the Ravens by playing one offensive snap.
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  • Isaiah Coulter: Let go by Chicago

    The Bears waived Coulter on Tuesday, Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune reports. Coulter spent just over a week in Chicago, and, as Biggs notes, the team might want to take another look at him on the practice squad. A 2020 fifth-round pick of the Texans, Coulter only appeared in one game as a rookie.
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  • Bears' Isaiah Coulter: Expected to join Bears

    Coulter is expected to sign with the Bears on Sunday, Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune reports. Coulter was cut by Houston on Aug. 16, but it didn't take long for him to find a new team. Coulter tried out with the Bears earlier in the week and apparently impressed enough for the team to sign him. As a rookie in 2020, Coulter appeared in only one game and played six offensive snaps with the Texans.
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  • Texans' Isaiah Coulter: Active but DNP

    Coulter did not play in Houston's season-ending loss to the Titans on Sunday. The Texans expended decent draft capital on Coulter, selecting him in the fifth round of the 2020 draft, but he barely touched the field, getting just six snaps and no targets in a Week 14 loss to the Bears. It wasn't a good sign that he was edged out for playing time by practice squad players when the Texans were desperate for bodies at wideout over the final weeks of the season. The Texans are interested in re-signing Will Fuller (suspension), who becomes an unrestricted free agent during the offseason, and have veterans Brandin Cooks, Randall Cobb and Keke Coutee on existing contracts, so there may not be a spot for Coulter in 2021. The organization will have a new general manager and head coach though, who presumably will want to shape the roster as they see fit.
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  • Texans' Isaiah Coulter: Healthy scratch against Bengals

    Coulter (coach's decision) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Bengals. The fifth-round rookie from Rhode Island made his NFL debut Week 14 against the Bears, however, he went without a target on a limited workload of six offensive snaps. Coulter was active last Sunday against the Colts, but he did not reach the field. Brandin Cooks stands as the Texans' clear No. 1 wideout, while Keke Coutee and Chad Hansen slot into prominent WR roles for Week 16.
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  • Texans' Isaiah Coulter: Makes season debut

    Coulter made his NFL debut, playing six snaps without a target in Sunday's 36-7 loss to the Bears. Coulter was added to the active roster with Brandin Cooks (foot) inactive Sunday. The 2020 fifth-round draft pick out of the University of Rhode Island has been on the 53-man roster since early November but was inactive the previous five weeks.
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  • Texans' Isaiah Coulter: In lineup for Week 14

    Coulter is active for Sunday's matchup against the Bears, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports. No. 1 wideout Brandin Cooks (neck/foot) has been deemed inactive for Week 14, opening the door for Houston's depth receivers to become more involved. Coulter, Keke Coutee, Chad Hansen and Steven Mitchell are all likely to see an uptick in usage, with Will Fuller (suspension) and Randall Cobb (toe) also unavailable Week 14. The fifth-round rookie from Rhode Island hasn't yet made his NFL debut, with a neck injury keeping him sidelined for the first half of the season.
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  • Texans' Isaiah Coulter: Should see more work

    Coulter is expected to see more reps moving forward following news that Will Fuller has been suspended for the rest of the season, Aaron Reiss of The Athletic reports. Last week, the Texans placed Randall Cobb (foot) on IR and cut Kenny Stills (quadriceps). The extended absence of Fuller should open to door for Coulter to finally get some tread in the Texans' offense, as he's vaulted to the No. 3 wide receiver spot on the depth chart behind Brandin Cooks and Keke Coutee. The rookie fifth-round pick was quite productive in his final season at Rhode Island, producing a 72-1,039-8 line over 12 games, but he hasn't had a chance to showcase his skills with the Texans. Coulter should make his NFL debut this Sunday against the Colts.
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