The Jaguars released veteran WR Lee Evans and waived/injured WR Taylor Price, the team announced Sunday.
Veteran free-agent WR Lee Evans will sign a one-year deal with the Jaguars on Monday.
The Ravens released CB Chris Carr and WR Lee Evans on Friday and placed RB Ricky Williams on the reserve/retired list.
Here's a matchup to watch in Saturday's Browns-Ravens game.
Opinions vary as to how much blame Joe Flacco deserves for the Ravens' passing woes, but we hear the problems go beyond Flacco's play.
An ankle injury has bothered Ravens WR Lee Evans early in the season.
William Del Pilar helps you prepare for your fantasy draft by updating the injury status of some key players.
WR Lee Evans is now a Baltimore Raven, following a trade Friday afternoon that sent a 2012 fourth-round pick back to the Bills.
WR Lee Evans has been mostly a deep threat during his career, but the veteran receiver will be running more shallow routes in the coming season.
Kyle Wilson's difficulty in learning the schemes and playing man-on-man coverage has dropped him far down the Jets' depth chart, according to AFC East Whispers.
All season long the Bills have been getting contributions from unexpected places, and that will continue in the final weeks.
The Bills officially placed WR Lee Evans on injured reserve Tuesday, ending the receiver's streak of appearing in 109 consecutive games dating back to 2004.
Bills WR Lee Evans will miss the team's next two games vs. the Dolphins and Patriots due to an ankle injury and could be out the remainder of the year if the team opts to let him rest up ...
He was an afterthought when drafted in the seventh round of the 2008 draft, but Stevie Johnson has become a solid NFL wide receiver with the Bills.
While the Ravens game is marked as another loss in the standings, the game was a win for one unit on the Bills: The receiving corps.
While the Bills are making a change under center in an attempt to spark their offense, fantasy owners shouldn't expect any dramatic improvements from Buffalo's skill players.
While their AFC East foes make blockbuster deals to improve their receiving corps, the Bills are set to enter 2010 with one of the worst wideout groups in the league.