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  • Seahawks' K'Von Wallace: Finds new home

    Wallace is signing a one-year contract with the Seahawks on Tuesday, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports. Wallace split last season between the Cardinals and Titans, playing a total of 17 games. He set career highs across the board in 2023 with 89 tackles and six passes defended, including his first career interception, but he may not see as big a workload on defense in a Seattle secondary that already features Julian Love and Rayshawn Jenkins at safety.
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  • Titans' K'Von Wallace: Role expands in 2023

    Wallace recorded 89 total tackles and six passes defensed, including one interception, across 17 regular-season games with the Titans and Cardinals in 2023. Wallace spent the first three years of his career with the Eagles, but he failed to make the roster out of training camp. Thereafter, he joined the Cardinals only to be waived again two months into the season. Even though he bounced around several rosters, Wallace still managed to rack up career-high marks in defensive snaps, tackles and passes defensed while also picking off the first pass of his career. Heading into his age-27 season, Wallace may land a deal as a starter this offseason with the chance to build off his stats from 2023.
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  • Titans' K'Von Wallace: Leading tackler in return

    Wallace finished Sunday's 26-3 loss to the Texans with 11 tackles (seven solo). Wallace made his return from a one-game absence due to a quadriceps injury, which didn't appear to hamper him as he played all 61 defensive snaps in Sunday's loss. Over his last six games, the 2020 fourth-round pick out of Clemson has 39 tackles (32 solo) and two passes defended.
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  • Titans' K'Von Wallace: Ruled out for Week 16

    Wallace (quadriceps) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Seahawks, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports. Wallace will be forced to miss his first contest since joining the Titans in late October. In his absence, Elijah Molden will likely take over as the team's starting free safety versus Seattle.
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  • Titans' K'Von Wallace: Starts week limited

    Wallace (quadriceps) was a limited participant in Wednesday's practice. Wallace has stepped into the starting free safety role since being claimed off waivers by the Titans on Oct. 25 after the team traded Kevin Byard to the Eagles. In his last four games, Wallace has registered 24 tackles (21 solo) and he's played at least 57 defensive snaps in his last three games.
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  • Titans' K'Von Wallace: Notches nine stops in Week 12 win

    Wallace finished Sunday's 17-10 victory over the Panthers with nine tackles (eight solo). Wallace was the second-leading tackler for Tennessee in the win and was just one stop shy of his season-high mark. He played on 85 percent of the Titans' defensive snaps, his highest percentage since joining the team off waivers Oct. 25. Wallace's increase in playing time was due in part to Terrell Edmunds missing the contest with a shoulder injury.
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  • Titans' K'Von Wallace: Good to go

    Wallace (concussion) has no injury designation ahead of Sunday's game against the Panthers. Wallace entered concussion protocol during the Titans' Week 11 loss to the Jaguars, but he was able to log a full practice session both Thursday and Friday, and it now seems as if he's moved past his concussion. The 26-year-old has appeared in four games for Tennessee this season, logging seven total tackles.
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  • Titans' K'Von Wallace: Enters concussion protocol

    Wallace was placed in the concussion protocol during Sunday's game against the Jaguars, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports. The Titans haven't definitively ruled Wallace out for the game, but he'll presumably remain sidelined for the second half while he goes through additional diagnostic testing. The safety recorded six tackles prior to his departure.
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  • Titans' K'Von Wallace: Claimed by Tennessee

    Wallace was claimed off waivers by the Titans on Wednesday, Jim Wyatt of the team's official website reports. Wallace was let go by the Cardinals on Tuesday, but he was quickly scooped up by Tennessee. The team traded starting safety Kevin Byard to the Eagles on Monday, so Wallace will provide them some additional depth at the position. The 26-year-old has compiled a career-high 43 tackles, and has also intercepted a pass and deflected four others over seven games with Arizona this season.
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  • Cardinals' K'Von Wallace: Records eight stops against SF

    Wallace posted eight tackles (four solo) in a Week 4 loss to the 49ers on Sunday. Wallace finished second on Arizona in stops behind Ezekiel Turner. The safety has logged either seven or eight tackles in each of his four games this season, and he's already at a career-best 30 stops through four weeks. Wallace is working as a full-time starter for the first time after serving mostly in a depth role for the Eagles over his first three NFL campaigns.
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  • Eagles' K'Von Wallace: Activated ahead of Week 8

    Wallace (shoulder) has been activated from injured reserve ahead of Sunday's game against the Lions. Wallace missed four weeks with the injury. He should retake his starting role at strong safety.
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  • Eagles' K'Von Wallace: Expected to miss 3-to-6 weeks

    Wallace is expected to miss 3-to-6 weeks with a partially separated shoulder, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports. The MRI showed no major structural issues, but Wallace will get a second opinion. He is likely headed to IR. Rodney McLeod, the Eagles expected starting strong safety, has yet to make his 2021 debut as he continues to rehab from ACL surgery, so Marcus Epps had to replace Wallace for the remainder of Monday's game. If McLeod is inactive again for Week 4, then Epps will likely draw the start against the Chiefs.
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  • Eagles' K'Von Wallace: Ruled out with shoulder issue

    Wallace has been ruled out from returning Monday's Week 3 contest against Dallas due to a left shoulder injury. Wallace exited the game and was examined briefly in the medical tent prior to heading to the locker room. The severity of the injury is not yet known, though the Eagles are now down to their third-string strong safety in Andre Chachere.
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