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  • Ravens' Malik Cunningham: Logging impressive offseason

    Cunningham has been one of Baltimore's standouts throughout OTAs and minicamp, Jamison Hensley of ESPN reports. Cunningham made the switch to wideout this spring, with coach John Harbaugh calling him "kind of a natural at the position." Harbaugh also noted that because of Cunningham's experience at quarterback, he has a good understanding of the passing game from that perspective. The second-year pro will compete for a depth role in a relatively thin Ravens wide receiver room, as well as potentially contribute in the return game.
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  • Ravens' Malik Cunningham: Makes switch to wideout

    Baltimore officially listed Cunningham as a wide receiver during OTAs, Kevin Patra of reports. Cunningham has gotten reps at wide receiver since the Ravens brought him on board back in December, and his transition to the new position (from quarterback) is now officially complete. He's part of a relatively thin wide receiver room, so he could very well find his way onto Baltimore's final 2024 roster if he impresses during training camp.
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  • Ravens' Malik Cunningham: Inactive Sunday

    Cunningham (coach's decision) is listed as inactive ahead of Sunday's matchup with the Dolphins. Cunningham was claimed off waivers by the Ravens earlier in the month, but he has yet to suit up. While he is the fourth quarterback on the depth chart, the versatile player was also expected to practice with the wide receiver group. His next chance to debut with the team will come in the regular-season finale next week versus the Steelers.
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  • Malik Cunningham: Gets cut Tuesday

    The Patriots waived Cunningham on Tuesday. New England signed Cunningham off its practice squad ahead of a Week 6 matchup with the Raiders, and the undrafted rookie proceeded to play six offensive snaps and record no stats. He then was inactive this past Sunday versus the Bills. Following Tuesday's transaction, Cunningham is a candidate to end up back on the Patriots' practice squad if he clears waivers.
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  • Patriots' Malik Cunningham: Suits up as top backup

    Cunningham is active for Sunday's game against the Raiders. Meanwhile, Bailey Zappe is listed as the Patriots' emergency third QB on Sunday, while Will Grier is inactive. As a result, the versatile Cunningham slots in as the team's No. 2 QB behind Mac Jones in Week 6 and could also potentially see some snaps on designed plays, per Evan Lazar of the Patriots' official site.
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  • Malik Cunningham: Joins New England's practice squad

    Cunningham is signing with New England's practice squad, Mike Reiss of ESPN reports. Cunningham's joined by Bailey Zappe on the practice squad, as Mac Jones is the only quarterback that the Patriots kept on the initial 53-man roster. Zappe will almost certainly be brought back onto the roster come the regular season, but it remains to be seen if the same is true for Cunningham, who was used as a wildcat quarterback and wide receiver in training camp.
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  • Malik Cunningham: Let go by Pats

    The Patriots have waived Cunningham, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports. With Ian Rapoport of NFL Network relaying Tuesday that Bailey Zappe is also being waived, Mac Jones is currently the only QB left on the Patriots' roster. Look for additional moves to be made by the team in short order, with Cunningham presumably being a practice squad candidate if he clears waivers.
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  • Patriots' Malik Cunningham: Sees work as a receiver

    Cunningham, who joined the Patriots as an undrafted free agent this spring, has been seeing work at wide receiver during OTAs, Nick O'Malley of reports. The Patriots reportedly signed Cunningham to a deal with $200,000 guaranteed, the most the team has ever spent on an undrafted player. During his college career at Louisville, Cunningham (who New England lists at 6-0, 188 pounds) played quarterback, but with Mac Jones, Bailey Zappe and Trace McSorley already in the team's signal-caller mix, the rookie's versatility could be his ticket to securing a roster spot this coming season.
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  • Malik Cunningham: Heading to New England

    Cunningham is expected to sign with the Patriots as an undrafted free agent, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports. Cunningham played 10 games for Louisville last season, completing 62.4 percent of his passes for eight touchdowns and five interceptions while adding 565 rushing yards and 12 touchdowns on 114 carries. His 120 total touchdowns over five seasons with Louisville broke the school record previously owned by Lamar Jackson. While undersized and inconsistent with his throwing mechanics, he is an instinctive athlete with natural running ability that will help him compete at the NFL level.
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