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2022 4 1.33 1 3
2021 118 6.56 1 2 7 60 171
3y Avg. 61 6.10 0 1 4 32 -2-0.2
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  • Steelers' Godwin Igwebuike: Sidelined again

    Igwebuike (coach's decision) is inactive Sunday against the Texans, Alan Saunders of PittsburghSportsNow.com reports. Igwebuike joined the Steelers on Sept. 20 after Anthony McFarland (knee) was placed on injured reserve. However, the Northwestern product still has not suited up for the team. Instead, Pittsburgh will continue to lean on Najee Harris and Jaylen Warren as its only two active running backs.
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  • Steelers' Godwin Igwebuike: Finds new home

    The Steelers signed Igwebuike off the Falcons' practice squad Thursday, Mike Garafolo of NFL Network reports. Igwebuike will bring added depth to the Pittsburgh backfield after Anthony McFarland (knee) was placed on injured reserve Monday. The 28-year-old likely won't have a regular role on offense but could challenge Gunner Olszewski (concussion) for the top kickoff return job.
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  • Godwin Igwebuike: Back to practice squad

    Igwebuike reverted to the Falcons' practice squad Monday. Igwebuike was elevated from the practice squad prior to Atlanta's 25-24 win over the Packers on Sunday, joining the team's active roster for a second straight week. He logged one offensive snap and failed to garner any stats for the second game in a row. Igwebuike will now have to wait for another potential elevation down the road.
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  • Falcons' Godwin Igwebuike: Elevated by Falcons

    Igwebuike was elevated to the Falcons' active roster Saturday, Scott Bair of the team's official site reports. Igwebuike has now been called up in consecutive games to start the season. He will be available to provide depth at running back, if needed, but his primary role will be returning kicks. He logged one offensive snap in Week 1 to go along with eight on special teams.
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  • Godwin Igwebuike: Gets cut loose

    Igwebuike was waived by the Falcons on Monday, Terrin Waack of the team's official site reports. Igwebuike was signed from the practice squad for the team's season opener against the Panthers and played eight snaps on special teams. His departure could be a sign that Cordarrelle Patterson (thigh) is expected to be available Sunday against the Packers. Igwebuike, however, could still ultimately re-sign with the team's practice squad or pursue opportunities elsewhere.
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  • Godwin Igwebuike: Surprise cut by Atlanta

    The Falcons waived Igwebuike on Tuesday. Given the injury to Cordarrelle Patterson (undisclosed) and Igwebuike's solid preseason -- especially in the first two games when he rushed for 131 yards on 27 carries -- it comes as a surprise that the Falcons would let him go along with rookie UDFA Carlos Washington. Igwebuike played in five games (mostly on special teams) with the Seahawks in 2022 and signed with Atlanta in July to compete for a backfield depth spot. He'll look for a new home once he clears waivers.
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  • Falcons' Godwin Igwebuike: Leading rusher in preseason win

    Igwebuike carried the ball 13 times for a game-high 70 yards and a touchdown in Friday's preseason win over the Dolphins. He opened the scoring in the second quarter on an 11-yard touchdown run, and it was the only offensive TD for either team in a sluggish 19-3 contest. Igwebuike has bounced around the NFL since 2018, seeing action in five games last season with the Seahawks. While he's unlikely to find much of a role on offense in a Falcons' backfield that already features first-round pick Bijan Robinson plus holdovers Tyler Allgeier and Cordarrelle Patterson, his special-teams experience could still earn him a roster spot.
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  • Seahawks' Godwin Igwebuike: Effective kick returner

    Igwebuike rushed three times for four yards and caught his lone target for three yards over five regular-season games in 2022. Igwebuike was called up from the practice squad after a slew of injuries to Seattle's backfield. While Igwebuike barely played on offense, he was solid as a kick returner with 308 yards on 11 returns, including a 50-yard return. Igwebuike will aim to make it on a roster in 2023 with his special-teams skills.
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  • Seahawks' Godwin Igwebuike: On active roster

    Igwebuike was signed to the Seahawks' active roster Monday. Igwebuike first reverted to the practice squad, but he was then signed to the active roster shortly thereafter. The 28-year-old has played 51 special-teams snaps with the Seahawks to date, and he now joins the active roster to likely act in a similar role. He's tallied 18 total carries in his career dating back to 2018.
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  • Godwin Igwebuike: Reverts to practice squad

    Igwebuike reverted to the Seahawks' practice squad Friday, per the NFL's transaction log. Igwebuike was elevated to the active roster ahead of Thursday's 21-13 loss to the 49ers and suited up for the second consecutive game. He played exclusively on special teams and racked up 83 yards on kick returns. Igwebuike also chipped in an assisted tackle on kick coverage.
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  • Seahawks' Godwin Igwebuike: Bumped up from practice squad

    The Seahawks elevated Igwebuike to the active roster ahead of Thursday Night Football against San Francisco. Igwebuike spent the season on and off Seattle's practice squad before being elevated for the first time ahead of Sunday's loss to Carolina. The 28-year-old then wound up only playing 14 special-team's snaps in the contest, as Travis Homer and Tony Jones filled in on offense with Kenneth Walker (ankle) and DeeJay Dallas (ankle) both sidelined. With Walker set to return Thursday against the 49ers, Igwebuike doesn't figure to see any additional opportunities on offense Week 15.
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  • Lions' Godwin Igwebuike: Signs tender with Detroit

    Igwebuike signed his exclusive-rights tender with the Lions on Tuesday, Aaron Wilson of ProFootballNetwork.com reports. Igwebuike will be back for his second season with Detroit and his fourth NFL season overall. The reserve running back appeared in all 17 games for the Lions last season, tallying 18 rushes for 118 yards and one touchdown while adding seven catches for 60 yards, but he made his biggest impact as the team's primary kick returner with 697 return yards. Igwebuike should reprise that role next season but will look to eliminate his turnovers after fumbling twice in 2021.
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  • Lions' Godwin Igwebuike: Fails to catch pass on fake punt

    Igwebuike was targeted once but did not record a catch during Sunday's 37-30 win over Green Bay. Breaking a nine-game streak of seeing time on offense, Igwebuike didn't log any offensive snaps and his one opportunity to catch a pass came on a fake punt. The special-teamer will thus finish the 2021 campaign with 18 carries for 118 rushing yards and one touchdown along with seven catches on 10 targets for 60 receiving yards. While his stats may not jump off the page, it was largely a successful season for the converted safety who transitioned to running back during the offseason. Igwebuike will be an exclusive-rights free agent and has a good chance to stick around in Detroit given his usefulness on special teams.
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  • Lions' Godwin Igwebuike: Taking on key role this week

    Igwebuike, Jermar Jefferson and practice-squad player Craig Reynolds appear to be the Lions' three backfield options for Sunday's game in Denver, Justin Rogers of The Detroit News reports. D'Andre Swift (shoulder) has been ruled out and Jamaal Williams was placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list Friday. Last week, Igwebuike got most of the passing-down work in a 29-27 win over the Vikings, though his 39 percent snap share led to only two carries and two targets, while Williams took 17 carries for 71 yards (on 47 percent snap share) and Jefferson got five carries and one target on 11 percent of snaps. That arguably hints at Jefferson being the lead runner Sunday while Igwebuike gets most of the passing snaps, but it's hard to know for sure, with potential complicating factors including Reynolds coming up from the practice squad and Jefferson's bout with an illness this week (he missed practice Wednesday and Thursday but returned to full participation Friday and was cleared from the final report).
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  • Lions' Godwin Igwebuike: Three touches sans Swift

    Igwebuike rushed twice for eight yards while catching one of two targets for 13 yards during Sunday's 29-27 win over the Vikings. Igwebuike saw an uptick in offensive snaps with D'Andre Swift (shoulder) sidelined, but he didn't do much before the final minutes of the game. He'll remain irrelevant in most fantasy formats even if Swift remains sidelined in Week 14 against Denver.
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  • Jets' Godwin Igwebuike: Joins New York

    Igwebuike was claimed off waivers by the Jets on Sunday. Igwebuike was waived by the Eagles on Friday and quickly found a new home with New York. He figures to compete for a depth role with his new squad.
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  • Eagles' Godwin Igwebuike: Picked up by Eagles

    The Eagles claimed Igwebuike off waivers from the 49ers on Tuesday, Jeff McLane of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports. Igwebuike was an undrafted rookie in 2018 and played six games between the Buccaneers and 49ers, playing strictly on special teams. The Eagles already have their starters at safety, so Igwebuike will look to carve out a place on special teams in Philly as well.
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  • Godwin Igwebuike: Axed by San Fran

    Igwebuike was waived by the 49ers on Monday, Matt Maiocco of NBC Sports Bay Area reports. Igwebuike played 64 special teams snaps between the 49ers and Buccaneers in 2018 and recorded two total tackles. The second-year safety now parts ways with the 49ers with a new crop of undrafted players set to join the roster.
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