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Week 13 Outlook
The Dolphins have signed WR Anthony Schwartz to their practice squad.
Schwartz has appeared in 25 games with the Browns over the last two seasons, tallying 186 yards and one touchdown on 14 catches during that span. The former third-rounder will likely be used as a depth receiver if he is elevated to the game day roster.
According to MySportsUpdate on Twitter, WR Anthony Schwartz is being waived by Cleveland ahead of Tuesday's 53-man roster deadline.
The Browns drafted Schwartz in the third round of the 2021 draft, and the 6-footer out of Auburn never lived up to expectations in Cleveland. In 25 career games, Schwartz has only managed 14 catches for 186 yards and a touchdown. Schwartz ran a 4.27 40-yard dash at the combine, and there is a good chance another team takes a chance on speed like that. Time will tell where Schwartz ends up in 2023.
Anthony Schwartz is reportedly not a lock to make the Browns roster ahead of Week 1.
Schwartz reportedly hasn't been able to separate himself in camp and is now dealing with a hamstring injury. Austin Watkins Jr. and David Bell are two receivers who could make the roster ahead of Schwartz.
Anthony Schwartz was on the practice field for the first time Thursday.
Schwartz missed the first few days of camp after landing on the non-football injury list with a hamstring injury. The former third-round pick will need the time in training camp and preseason to secure a roster spot prior to the start of the 2023 season.
Anthony Schwartz caught one of his two targets for 17 yards and added a 31-yard rushing touchdown in a 23-17 win over the Buccaneers in Week 12.
Schwartz scored to cap off Cleveland's first drive of the game, taking a double-reverse handoff into the end zone for the second touchdown of his NFL career. He will look to keep it going against the Texans in Week 13.