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    Football Team’s Lamar Miller: Barely plays in 2020

    Lamar Miller played one game during the 2020 season, suiting up for the Bears in Week 10 and catching two passes for six yards.Coming back from his summer 2019 knee injury, Miller signed with the Patriots in August but was then released in early September. He later spent time with Chicago and Washington, logging a grand total of five snaps. The veteran running back can become an unrestricted free agent in March, a month before his 30th birthday.

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    Football Team’s Lamar Miller: Sitting out Saturday

    Lamar Miller (coach’s decision) is inactive for Saturday’s wild-card game against the Buccaneers, Nicki Jhabvala of The Washington Post reports.Miller has yet to play a game since signing with Washington on Dec. 16. Antonio Gibson figures to lead the team’s backfield in its first playoff appearance since 2015. J.D. McKissic and Peyton Barber should rotate in as well.

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    Football Team’s Lamar Miller: Healthy scratch again

    Lamar Miller (coach’s decision) is inactive for Sunday’s game against the Eagles, Kyle Stackpole of Washington’s official site reports.Miller hasn’t made an appearance for Washington since being signed off Chicago’s practice squad Dec. 16. With Antonio Gibson (toe) suiting up Sunday, the Washington Football Team isn’t in need of Miller’s presence as an emergency option.

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    Football Team’s Lamar Miller: Healthy scratch for Week 16

    Lamar Miller (coach’s decision) will not suit up for Sunday’s game against the Panthers, Nicki Jhabvala of The Washington Post reports.The 29-year-old was signed off the Bears’ practice squad Dec. 16, but he has yet to make an appearance for his new team. Miller was still working his way through league COVID-19 protocols when Washington hosted Seattle last Sunday, but this time around, he’s been sidelined by a coach’s decision. With Antonio Gibson (toe) making his first appearance since Week 13, and J.D. McKissic playing his usual passing-downs role, Peyton Barber will be the only other back on Washington’s gameday roster.

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    Football Team’s Lamar Miller: Won’t suit up Week 15

    Lamar Miller, who Washington signed off the Bears’ practice squad Wednesday, won’t be available for Sunday’s game against the Seahawks, Nicki Jhabvala of the Washington Post and JP Finlay of NBC Sports Washington report.Per the reports, the veteran running back will need to go through COVID-19 testing protocols before he’s eligible to suit up for Washington. In that case, he would be available for the team’s last two regular-season games, as well as the playoffs, should Washington qualify. Miller provides the team with added backfield depth while Antonio Gibson deals with a toe injury, but he may not be in store for a significant role with Peyton Barber (ankle) and J.D. McKissic still in the backfield mix.

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    Football Team’s Lamar Miller: Joins Football Team

    Washington signed Lamar Miller off the Bears’ practice squad Wednesday, JP Finlay of NBC Sports Washington reports.The 29-year-old running back’s best days are almost certainly behind him, but Miller could get some looks down the stretch with his new team while top running back Antonio Gibson battles a toe injury. JD McKissic still appears locked in as Washington’s top pass-catching option out of the backfield if Gibson can’t go Week 15 against the Seahawks, but Miller could unseat Peyton Barber as the Washington Football Team’s primary ballcarrier. Barber, who is managing an ankle injury, is averaging a pedestrian 2.7 yards per carry this season.

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    Lamar Miller: Returns to practice squad

    Lamar Miller reverted to the Bears’ practice squad after Monday’s 19-13 loss to the Vikings, per the NFL’s official transaction log.The 29-year-old was elevated to the active roster for Monday’s contest and made his team debut with two receptions for six yards. David Montgomery (concussion) was inactive but will have the bye week to recover before potentially missing additional contests. Miller could fill a minor role Week 12 versus Green Bay if he’s again promoted from the practice squad.

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    Bears’ Lamar Miller: Pair of receptions in Chicago debut

    Lamar Miller caught two passes for six yards in Chicago’s 19-13 loss to Minnesota on Monday.With David Montgomery sitting this game out with a concussion, Miller was given a small role in the offense and caught each of his two targets. If Montgomery continues to miss time after the Chicago Bears’ Week 11 bye, Miller could have a similar role in Week 12 against the Packers.

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    Bears’ Lamar Miller: Officially added to active roster

    Lamar Miller has been officially elevated to the Chicago Bears’ active roster in advance of Monday night’s game against the Vikings.With David Montgomery (concussion) out this week, Miller joins a Chicago backfield that also includes Cordarrelle Patterson, Ryan Nall and Artavis Pierce. Miller was a lead back for much of his first seven seasons in the NFL while with the Dolphins and Texans, but the 29-year-old hasn’t played in a game since tearing his ACL during the 2019 preseason. With that in mind, it remains to be seen how heavily he’ll be used Monday, with a hot hand approach likely to dictate the team’s Week 10 carries.

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    Bears’ Lamar Miller: Will join Chicago for Monday night

    The Chicago Bears plan to elevate Lamar Miller from their practice squad ahead of Monday’s game against the Vikings, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.Look for Chicago to make Miller’s move to the roster official at some point Monday, as the team turns to the veteran to provide another healthy body in the backfield with top option David Montgomery (concussion) ruled out for the Week 10 matchup. Though Miller boasts more experience than any of the Bears’ other options at the position (Cordarrelle Patterson, Ryan Nall and Artavis Pierce), the 29-year-old can’t be considered a lock to serve as Chicago’s lead back like he was for much of his first seven seasons in the NFL with the Dolphins and Texans. Miller hasn’t played in a game since tearing his ACL in the 2019 preseason and probably won’t be asked to handle a major workload in his Bears debut.

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