|Team:||San Francisco 49ers|
|Ht / Wt:||6'0" / 227 lb.|
|Born:||July 22, 1993|
|Drafted:||2016 / UDFA|
Wilds was released by the 49ers on Friday, Matt Maiocco of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.
Analysis: Wilds signed with the 49ers on two separate occasions in training camp, but ultimately wasn't able to stick with the team. San Francisco remains comfortable regarding running back depth with Tevin Coleman, Matt Breida and Raheem Mostert all available candidates for the 53-man roster.
Wilds signed a one-year contract with San Francisco on Tuesday.
Analysis: This will be the second time the 26-year-old has signed with the 49ers, after he was signed Aug. 11, and waived 10 days later. Wilds still faces long odds to make the roster, considering will be added to a running back depth chart that features six other players.
The 49ers waived Wilds on Wednesday, Nick Wagoner of ESPN.com reports.
Analysis: Wilds spend just over a week with San Francisco before parting ways with the team. The 26-year-old will look to latch on a as depth option and special-teams asset elsewhere in the league.
Wilds signed a one-year deal with San Francisco on Saturday.
Analysis: Wilds signs on as the seventh running back on the roster, which features Tevin Coleman, Matt Breida, Jerick McKinnon (knee) and Raheem Mostert (concussion) as the top four. Wilds appeared in three games with the Jaguars early last season, seeing the field for nine offensive snaps and rushing six times for 15 yards. The 26-year-old was waived in early October and spent the rest of 2018 on Arizona's practice squad.
Wilds was released by the Cardinals on Friday.
Analysis: Wilds signed a reserve/future contract with the Cardinals after spending a few months on the team's practice squad. He has been released in order to create roster space for the signing of undrafted free agents.
Wilds signed a reserve/future contract with the Cardinals on Monday.
Analysis: Wilds appeared in three games with the Jaguars early in the season -- and carried six times for 15 yards -- only to join the Cardinals practice squad in mid-October after being waived. The 25-year-old also made four appearances with the Jets back in 2016.
Wilds signed with the Cardinals' practice squad Monday, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports.
Analysis: Wilds replaces running back Jalen Simmons on the team's practice squad. Wilds likely won't be activated unless there's an injury to David Johnson, Chase Edmonds or T.J. Logan.
Wilds was released by the Jaguars on Tuesday, Tom Pelissero of NFL.com reports.
Analysis: Wilds was in line to take on a bigger role in the Jacksonville backfield when Corey Grant was forced out of Sunday's loss to the Chiefs with a foot injury. However, with the team electing to bring in veteran tailback Jamal Charles on Tuesday, Wilds has been let go in order to open up a roster spot.
Wilds rushed twice for six yards after Corey Grant exited Sunday's 30-14 loss to the Chiefs with a foot injury.
Analysis: Grant is headed to injured reserve after suffering a Lisfranc injury, leaving Wilds and T.J. Yeldon as Jacksonville's only healthy running backs since Leonard Fournette continues to battle a hamstring injury. Yeldon dominated the playing time Sunday -- being on the field for 93 percent of offensive snaps -- but Wilds could be in line for an increased role while Fournette remains sidelined. The Jaguars are likely to add another running back in the near future to bolster their depth at the position.
Wilds had one rush for five yards in Sunday's loss to the Titans.
Analysis: The carry came on Wilds' only snap of the afternoon. Leonard Fournette was again inactive due to his hamstring, leaving T.J. Yeldon and Corey Grant to handle duties out of the backfield. Wilds won't be involved in the Jaguars offense barring further injury to the running back group.
Wilds (illness) will not carry an injury designation into Sunday's game against the Titans.
Analysis: Wilds didn't practice early in the week as he dealt with the illness, but was able to return as a full participant Friday. Leonard Fournette (hamstring) and T.J. Yeldon (ankle) are both listed as questionable, which could have Wilds serving as the No. 3 running back if either is unable to play Sunday.
Wilds missed Wednesday's practice with an illness.
Analysis: Wilds saw an increased workload Sunday versus the Patriots with Leonard Fourtnette (hamstring) inactive, though he was limited to just three carries on five snaps. Assuming Wilds is recovered from his illness in time for Week 3, expect a similar workload behind T.J. Yeldon (ankle) and Corey Grant if Fournette remains sidelined.
Wilds was promoted to the active roster on Saturday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Analysis: Wilds was released in final cuts earlier this month. His promotion to the active roster seems to indicate the team may have concern about starting running back Leonard Fournette's (hamstring) health entering the week. Look for Wilds to serve as the No. 3 option at halfback if Fournette is sidelined.
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