RB - FA
Free Agent RB Lamar Miller was brought in for a workout with the Miami Dolphins on Monday.
As of this moment, Miami RBs Myles Gaskin, Salvon Ahmed, and Philip Lindsay have COVID-19. It is reported that all three players are vaccinated and have not been preemptively ruled out Sunday's Week 15 game vs the Jacksonville Jaguars. This is seemingly more of a precautionary move than anything else. Miami also has the option of elevating Duke Johnson Jr. and/or rookie Gerrid Doaks from the practice squad if need be.
The Saints signed RB Lamar Miller.
Miller was signed to the team's practice squad with Tony Jones Jr. sidelined for a month or so. Miller isn't fantasy relevant at this time.
Free agent RB Lamar Miller visited the 49ers on Monday.
As did Duke Johnson. San Francisco's RB corps is once again banged up, so the team is exploring some veteran options. Neither Miller nor Johnson would have immediate standalone value if they signed.
The Washington Football Team released former Pro-Bowl running back Lamar Miller, Sunday morning.
Just five months after signing a one-year deal, Miller is looking for a new home. Miller played one game for Chicago during the 2020 season, but caught just two passes for six yards. He is fully recovered from his 2019 knee injury, but will now look for work elsewhere ending his second stint with Washington.
RB Lamar Miller and the Washington Football Team have reached agreement on a one-year deal.
Miller played one game for the Bears during the 2020 season, hauling in two receptions for six yards. He signed with New England last offseason, but was released by the Patriots in September. The veteran RB also spent time with Chicago and Washington last season. Miller is fully recovered from his 2019 knee injury and will look to carve out a backup role behind starting RB Antonio Gibson.