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Sun, 22 Dec 2002 09:19:33 -0800
The Detroit Lions have declared QB Joey Harrington, WR Jacquez Green, RB Autry Denson, CB Donovan Greer, TE Matt Murphy, G Frank Romero and T Stockar McDougle as inactive for week sixteen. Dave Dickenson is the team's third QB.
Sun, 15 Dec 2002 09:41:21 -0800
The Detroit Lions have declared WR Jacquez Green, RB James Stewart, S Lamar Campbell, RB Autry Denson, CB Donovan Greer, TE Matt Murphy and T Stockar McDougle inactive for week fifteen. QB Ty Detmer is the teamís third quarterback.
Sun, 08 Dec 2002 12:23:18 -0800
The Detroit Lions have announced WR Jacquez Green, RB Aveion Cason, S Lamar Campbell, CB Donovan Greer, TE Matt Murphy, LB Josh Thornhill and DE James Hall as inactive for week 14. Ty Detmer will be the teamís No. 3 QB.
Wed, 27 Nov 2002 00:12:11 -0800
DetroitLions.com reports the Detroit Lions have signed CB Donovan Greer to an undisclosed contract.
Fri, 21 Jun 2002 17:21:12 -0700
The Washington Post reports by cutting CB Donovan Greer earlier Friday, the Washington Redskins saved about $800,000 in cap space. They are now about $4.6 million under the 2002 salary cap.
Fri, 21 Jun 2002 17:02:10 -0700
Redskins.com reports the team has released CB Donovan Greer. Greer has played for New Orleans, Atlanta, Buffalo and Washington in his five-year career.
Mon, 10 Jun 2002 19:33:21 -0700
The Washington Post reports Washington Redskins DB Donovan Greer, on the comeback trail from a torn knee ligament, was able to participate in parts of Monday's practice.
Thu, 30 May 2002 20:03:11 -0700
The Washington Post reports the Washington Redskins plan to clear about $5 million of salary cap space by releasing DE Marco Coleman, long snapper Ethan Albright and CB Donovan Greer after Saturday.
Thu, 25 Apr 2002 06:21:38 -0700
According to the Washington Post, the Washington Redskins plan to release CB Donovan Greer.
Tue, 12 Mar 2002 22:47:19 -0800
The Washington Times reports several Washington Redskins players may soon join RB/KR Michael Bates as ex-Redskins. They are expected to release WR Kevin Lockett ($1.2million), long snapper Ethan Albright ($532,000) and CB Donovan Greer ($933,000) to create more cap room. By the way, the release of Bates saved the team about $750,000 against the salary cap, with $50,000 remaining as a prorated bonus.
Tue, 26 Feb 2002 19:06:15 -0800
Updating an earlier story, the Washington Post reports the Washington Redskins potential release of KR Michael Bates, WR Kevin Lockett and CB Donovan Greer, would be totally salary cap related. The team would save about $750,000 in cap space by releasing Bates, $1 million by releasing Lockett and about $640,000 by releasing Greer. Bates and Lockett were made available in the expansion draft and not selected.
Tue, 26 Feb 2002 11:11:45 -0800
The Washington Times reports the Washington Redskins are about $3 million under the 2002 salary cap, which will limit their activity in the free agent market. Because of that, the team is likely to be knocked out of the race for QB Drew Bledsoe and be forced to release more players to open additional salary cap room. The Redskins could release CB Donovan Greer, KR Michael Bates and WR Kevin Lockett as early as this week.
Thu, 27 Sep 2001 04:49:54 -0700
The Washington Times reports the Washington Redskins placed backup CB Donovan Greer on IR with serious ACL injury. Coach Marty Schottenheimer wouldn't say whether Greer's ACL is torn, but the coach expects him to undergo knee surgery. CB Central McClellion was added from the practice squad to replace Greer. The team also signed free agent DL Tyrone Williams. He played 10 games for the Kansas City Chiefs and three games for the Philadelphia Eagles last season.
Wed, 26 Sep 2001 13:46:06 -0700
CB Donovan Greer (ACL) indeed has torn his ACL and will be put on injured reserve.
Tue, 25 Sep 2001 22:59:16 -0700
The Washington Times reports, as an update to previous stories, Washington Redskins DE Marco Coleman (elbow) could miss four-six weeks of action. He left Redskin Park early yesterday afternoon with his arm still in a sling. He did not know how serious the injury was but said he felt significant physical and mental pain. On the prospect of missing that much time he said, "I sure hope not, but [coaches have] got to wait until I can push around 350-pound guys." LB LaVar Arrington said he has a Grade II sprain, or partial tear, in the MCL of his right knee, meaning he easily could miss 2-to-4 weeks. Coach Marty Schottenheimer had no update on the knee injury to CB Donovan Greer, who appeared to suffer a torn ACL on Monday.
Tue, 25 Sep 2001 18:02:05 -0700
The Associated Press reports Washington Redskins LB LaVar Arrington has a sprained ligament in his right knee and could be out several weeks. "It doesn't look good," Arrington said Tuesday. DE Marco Coleman dislocated his left elbow, and backup CB Donovan Greer was scheduled for an MRI for an unspecified knee injury. Coach Marty Schottenheimer, not the most forthcoming coach with injury info, said none of the three is likely to play Sunday against Kansas City.
Mon, 24 Sep 2001 21:56:38 -0700
The Associated Press reports the Washington Redskins suffered several injuries during tonight's 37-0 pasting by the Green Bay Packers. Among them are: LB LaVar Arrington (knee), CB Donovan Greer (knee) and DE Marco Coleman (dislocated elbow).
Sun, 26 Aug 2001 22:29:51 -0700
The Washington Post reports at least one starting spot in the Washington Redskins secondary is still be up for grabs. Darrell Green, Donovan Greer and rookie Fred Smoot are still competing for the team's one available cornerback spot opposite Champ Bailey. S David Terrell remains as the starter at free safety, although Keith Lyle may give him a run for the position. "I'm very pleased with his progress," coach Marty Schottenheimer said of Terrell. "Is he where he needs to be? I'm not sure that he is. But I'm very pleased."
Fri, 24 Aug 2001 22:11:27 -0700
Joseph White reports for the Associated Press Washington Redskins LB Eddie Mason sprained his knee and CB Donovan Greer suffered a mild concussion trying to make a tackle during tonight's pre-season game.
Wed, 15 Aug 2001 21:01:54 -0700
The team's official site reports Washington Redskins coach Marty Schottenheimer said CB Donovan Greer is expected to start Friday's pre-season game in place of CB Darrell Green, though the coach said the move was not permanent nor an indication of Green's play. Greer suffered a twisted ankle in Wednesday afternoon's practice, but he is expected to be fine. CB Fred Smoot continues to excel in practice. "Fred had a good day today. He was very impressive," Schottenheimer said.
Thu, 09 Aug 2001 10:42:33 -0700
The Washington Post reports the Washington Redskins have named CB Darrell Green as a starting cornerback for Sunday night's exhibition game against the Chiefs. However, the competition between Green, rookie Fred Smoot and Donovan Greer remains open for the starting job when the regular season begins.
Tue, 07 Aug 2001 19:53:09 -0700
The Washington Post reports an early version of the Washington Redskins depth chart shows veteran Darrell Green as one of the team's starting CBs next to Champ Bailey. Coach Marty Schottenheimer did say the competition between Green and Donovan Greer, who is listed just behind him on the depth chart, is "neck and neck."
Sun, 05 Aug 2001 19:04:15 -0700
The Washington Post reports the battle between CBs Darrell Green and Donovan Greer for the nod as the second starting cornerback, alongside Champ Bailey remains "wide open" according to Washington Redskins coach Marty Schottenheimer. Rookie Fred Smoot has an uphill battle to be a starter, but the coach would not rule it out.
Sat, 28 Apr 2001 22:30:55 -0700
Redskins.com reports Washington Redskins head coach Marty Schottenheimer stated QB Jeff George threw the football very well for the Redskins during their work in today's mini-camp sessions. Schottenheimer went on to single out WR Justin Skaggs, LB Cornelius Anthony, LB Kevin Nagle and CB Donovan Greer as looking very good during the first two days of mini-camp.
Fri, 20 Apr 2001 23:47:29 -0700
As an update to earlier reports, the Washington Post reports the deal DB Donovan Greer signed with the Washington Redskins is a three-year deal. While financial terms weren't disclosed, he reportedly received a $400,000 signing bonus and will have a salary around $448,000 this year.
Fri, 20 Apr 2001 18:58:57 -0700
Redskins.com reports the Washington Redskins have signed free agent DB Donovan Greer (Bills) to an undisclosed contract.
Thu, 22 Mar 2001 08:08:09 -0800
The Miami Herald reports the Miami Dolphins currently have no further free agent visits planned for this week. They are looking to sign a third cornerback and they have contacted the agents for CBs Willie Williams (Seattle), Tyrone Poole, formerly of the Colts and DeRon Jenkins, formerly of San Diego. Coach Dave Wannstedt has also had meetings with free agent CBs Terrell Buckley (Denver) and Donovan Greer (Buffalo). The candidates are asking for more money than the Dolphins are willing to pay, and Buckley would like to be a starting corner. No change was reported on the DE Rich Owens front. The Dolphins are interested in signing free agent DL Tyoka Jackson (Bucs) and they are trying to reach his agent to gauge his interest in coming to Miami.
Tue, 20 Mar 2001 18:28:34 -0800
As an update to previous reports, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports free agent LB Cornell Brown (Ravens) visited with the St. Louis Rams on Monday. The team has also visited with CB Donovan Greer (Bills), CB Walt Harris (Bears) and CB Terrance Shaw (Dolphins) in the past week. In other news, the acquisition of LB Jeff Gooch doesn't mean the team has ruled out making a run at free agent LB Darrin Smith (Saints). However, signing Smith would be more difficult now due to salary cap issues. The team is looking at Gooch as if he'll be able to step in and start this year. Defensive tackle and outside linebacker remain the team's top two areas of need, but they're also considering more depth in the secondary.
Tue, 20 Mar 2001 07:52:17 -0800
The Miami Herald reports the Miami Dolphins are expressing an interest in free agent CB Robert Bailey, recently released by the Ravens. Coach Dave Wannstedt said the signing of free agent WR James McKnight "significantly upgrades" the WR position. He joins Oronde Gadsden and O.J. McDuffie as primary wideouts. Nothing new to report on the potential signings of free agent CB Donovan Greer (Buffalo) or DE Tyoka Jackson (Tampa Bay).
Mon, 19 Mar 2001 08:02:09 -0800
As first reported on February 18, CB Terrell Buckley has expressed an interest in returning to the Dolphins. Now, the Miami Herald reports the Dolphins reportedly are interested in him, but he may have to sign a contract at a bargain price. It's unclear if Buckley would sign a contract featuring a veteran-minimum salary, but laden with incentives. Another hold up to any deal could be the fact Buckley has said he wants to start - something he won't be able to do in Miami. The Dolphins are also considering making a contract offer to free agent Donovan Greer (Bills) sometime this week.
Sat, 17 Mar 2001 22:17:25 -0800
The Post Dispatch's Jim Thomas reports four free agent visitors who play in the secondaries of other teams have been impressed by their visits to the St. Louis Rams. They have had visits from CBs Donovan Greer (Buffalo), Walt Harris (Chicago) and Terrance Shaw (Miami) along with S Kim Herring (Baltimore). The Rams have only three cornerbacks under contract, so don't be surprised if a veteran corner is added before the start of training camp to play nickel back and to push CB Dre Bly for a starting job. The best option for the Rams could be Shaw and he has stated he would like very much to sign with St. Louis. The Rams like Herring, but he may be out of their price range.
Wed, 14 Mar 2001 00:26:51 -0800
The Post Dispatch reports the St. Louis Rams continued their free agent visits on Tuesday and they planned another for later today. On Tuesday, CBs Walt Harris (Chicago) and Donovan Greer (Buffalo) visited. DT Cortez Kennedy (Seattle) finished his visit earlier today, but he left without a contract offer. S Kim Herring (Baltimore) is scheduled to visit later today.
Tue, 13 Mar 2001 00:17:03 -0800
As expected, the Sun Sentinel reports the Miami Dolphins visited with free agent S Daryl Porter (Bills) on Monday. He also tool a physical while in town. Earlier this month the Dolphins hosted Buffalo DB Donovan Greer.
Thu, 08 Mar 2001 05:10:58 -0800
Updating an earlier report, the Miami Herald reports the Miami Dolphins have now reportedly made a contract offer to free agent CB Donovan Greer (Bills). Greer's agent, Arthur Whittington said, "The numbers are very close. We're very close." The Dolphins see Greer in the role of third cornerback. Greer said Washington, Seattle, Buffalo and San Diego have shown interest in him but added he's "definitely interested" in Miami.
Thu, 08 Mar 2001 00:26:18 -0800
The Sun Sentinel reports Jets restricted free agent QB Ray Lucas, who will visit Miami on Friday, apparently would be a candidate for the team's No. 2 QB job. VP for player personnel Rick Spielman emphasized again on Wednesday that Jay Fiedler was the team's starting QB. He said the team is telling all the free agent QB visitors the same thing - Fiedler is the No. 1 QB. When asked about last year's No. 2 QB, Damon Huard, Spielman said, "Thatís an issue weíre going to have to discuss." Lucas had a visit to New England earlier in the week postponed due to bad weather. Spielman added the Dolphins would speak with free agent DB Donovan Greerís agent Thursday afternoon after he had an impressive visit on Wednesday.
Wed, 07 Mar 2001 15:24:08 -0800
MiamiDolphins.com reports free agents CB Donovan Greer (Bills), WR Isaac Byrd (Panthers) and C Eric Beverly (Lions) all spoke highly of the Dolphins following their meetings with them. The team hasn't opened negotiations with any of them yet, but all three were interested in it. Greer said he wants to keep his options open and see what else is available while the team informed Beverly they'd like to move him to the tight end position.
Mon, 05 Mar 2001 17:30:38 -0800
MiamiDolphins.com reports free agents C Eric Beverly (Lions), WR Isaac Byrd (Panthers) and CB Donovan Greer (Dolphins) will be in Miami on Wednesday to visit with the Miami Dolphins.
Fri, 08 Dec 2000 16:29:09 -0800
The Buffalo News reports Buffalo Bills DL Phil Hansen (knee) is expected to return to the starting lineup this week. He played briefly last Sunday after missing four games with a sprained knee. LT John Fina missed (knee) his second straight practice Thursday. He is questionable for the Monday night game at Indianapolis. Both RB Sammy Morris (ankle) and CB Donovan Greer (ankle) practiced on a limited basis the last two days. Both have proclaimed themselves ready for Monday night.
Thu, 07 Dec 2000 17:48:41 -0800
During Thursday morning's news conference, Bills head coach Wade Phillips said LT John Fina (knee) didn't practice Wednesday, and he probably won't practice today, Thursday. According to Phillips, CB Donovan Greer (ankle) feels much better and is improving day-by-day. LB Fred Jones (ankle) didn't practice Wednesday, but is significantly better today, Thursday. RB Sammy Morris (ankle) had a limited practice Wednesday, and will be close this week to playing Phillips said.
Mon, 04 Dec 2000 17:14:50 -0800
The Buffalo News reports Buffalo Bills CB Donovan Greer (ankle) tried to play over the weekend but his ankle was simply too sore to hold up to playing conditions and he quickly came out of the game. DL Phil Hansen (knee) played mostly on passing downs but the team elected not to play him more due to the fact that they were getting blown out of the game by the Dolphins.
Sat, 02 Dec 2000 12:48:28 -0800
The Buffalo News reports Buffalo Bills CB Donovan Greer (ankle) was able to return to practice on Friday and may now be able to play this weekend. He'll be a gametime decision for the Bills this weekend. If he can't play, Chris Watson will start at cornerback while Daryl Porter will serve as the third CB. TE Sheldon Jackson (ankle) practiced on Friday. DL Phil Hansen (knee) may be able to play on passing downs this weekend. The Rochester Democrat & Chronicle reports RB Sammy Morris (ankle) still isn't able to make cuts on his ankle, but the team is remaining hopeful as they did not name him as one of their early inactives.
Fri, 01 Dec 2000 12:11:45 -0800
Buffalo Bills RB Sammy Morris (ankle) and CB Donovan Greer (ankle), according to the Buffalo News, both missed Thursday's practice and will likely have to sit out this weekend's game against the Dolphins. TE Sheldon Jackson (ankle) practiced, but aggravated his ankle injury. He's still listed as questionable by the team. DE Phil Hansen (knee) went through his second-straight practice but remains questionable. Hansen stated he'll probably be a gametime decision this weekend.
Thu, 30 Nov 2000 18:34:03 -0800
The Buffalo News reports Buffalo Bills LB Jay Foreman (ankle), TE Sheldon Jackson (ankle) and DE Shawn Price (knee) all took Wednesday off of practice. RB Sammy Morris (ankle), CB Donovan Greer (ankle) G Joe Panos (knee) did limited work during Wednesday's drills. Foreman was expected to return to practice on Thursday and he's likely to replace injured LB Sam Cowart (ankle) in the starting defensive lineup.
Tue, 28 Nov 2000 18:03:54 -0800
The Buffalo News reports QB Rob Johnson (ribs), TE Sheldon Jackson (ankle) and LB Freddie Jones (hip) were also banged up for the Buffalo Bills over the weekend but are expected to be fine. RB Sammy Morris (ankle) remains a question mark for this weekend as he still hasn't been able to cut but is running straight ahead. DE Phil Hansen (knee) will be monitored again in practice this week and could return. DB Donovan Greer (ankle) remains day-to-day.