|Ht / Wt:||6'4" / 240 lb.|
|Drafted:||2019 / Rd. 7 (254)|
Philadelphia activated Wilson from its practice squad Saturday.
Analysis: The 2019 seventh-round draft choice will be available to make his fourth appearance of the season when Philadelphia travels to take on the Cowboys Sunday afternoon. Thus far, Wilson has garnered 18 of his 23 total snaps on special teams, remaining without a reception on his NFL career.
Wilson reverted to the Eagles' practice squad from the active roster Tuesday, per the NFL's official transaction log.
Analysis: The 24-year-old was elevated as an extra player for Monday's loss to the Seahawks and played five offensive snaps without receiving a target. Wilson has seen most of his playing time on special teams in his three appearances this season.
Wilson was elevated to the Eagles' active roster from the practice squad Monday.
Analysis: The 24-year-old will serve as an extra player on the active roster for Monday's matchup with the Seahawks. Wilson has appeared in the past two games and exclusively played special teams.
Wilson reverted back to the Eagles' practice squad Monday, per the NFL's transaction report.
Analysis: Wilson only managed to play five special teams snaps in Sunday's loss to the Browns. The tight end could continue to serve as emergency depth on gamedays with Dallas Goedert and Richard Rodgers being the only two healthy tight ends on the team's active roster.
The Eagles elevated Wilson to the active roster Saturday.
Analysis: Wilson is being called up for a second straight week to add depth at tight end because Zach Ertz (ankle) isn't quite ready to return yet. Last week against the Giants, Wilson played all seven of his snaps on special teams.
Wilson reverted to the Eagles' practice squad Monday, per the NFL's official transaction log.
Analysis: Wilson played seven snaps on special teams during a 27-17 loss to the Giants on Sunday, but he went unutilized by an Eagles offense that was without tight end Zach Ertz (ankle) for the contest. Despite a quiet outing that entailed no offensive role, the appearance marked the first of Wilson's NFL career. He did not end up playing in the regular season last year after being selected in the seventh round of the 2019 NFL Draft by Arizona.
Wilson has been promoted to the Eagles' active roster.
Analysis: Wilson has been on the Eagles' practice squad since failing to make their active roster prior to Week 1. He is expected to back up Dallas Goedert and Richard Rodgers at tight end.
The Eagles waived Wilson on Friday, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Analysis: The Eagles picked up Wilson off waivers exactly one month ago, but he'll head back nearly a week before the season opener. The 2019 seventh-round pick was quite productive in his final college season with 60 receptions for 965 yards and four scores at UCLA, but it simply hasn't translated to the NFL ranks.
The Eagles claimed Wilson off waivers Tuesday.
Analysis: Mr. Irrelevant of the 2019 draft, Wilson was cut by the Cardinals before Week 1. He later joined Washington's banged-up TE room in December but didn't make an appearance in the final three games. Now, Wilson has a chance to make an impression in an offense that utilizes two-TE sets often.
Washington waived Wilson on Monday, Rhiannon Walker of The Athletic reports.
Analysis: Wilson spent the majority of the 2019 season on Washington's practice squad before suiting up on their 53-man roster for the final three games. He was the last pick in the 2019 NFL Draft and will now try to earn a role with a new team.
Wilson did not suit up for a contest during 2019.
Analysis: Wilson spent the final three games of his rookie season on Washington's roster after having been cut by the Cardinals prior to Week 1. The Mr. Irrelevant of the 2019 NFL Draft stands to compete for a depth/special-teams role with the Redskins for 2020.
Wilson signed a contract with the Redskins on Friday, Scott Bordow of The Athletic reports.
Analysis: Wilson was the final pick of the 2019 draft in April by Arizona and joined the team's practice squad after failing to make the season-opening roster, but he'll now receive an opportunity in Washington. The 23-year-old should work as the team's No. 3 tight end behind Jeremy Sprinkle and Hale Hentges.
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