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Draft Scout Jeremy Butler News
10/12/16 - WR Jeremy Butler was claimed off waivers from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Tuesday. Butler could get a chance to play quickly for the Jets, who are looking for depth at wide receiver with Eric Decker headed for season-ending surgery. As a rookie last season, Butler had 31 catches for 363 yards with the Baltimore Ravens. He was amongst the Ravens' final cuts in September and was subsequently signed to the Buccaneers' practice squad.
08/29/16 - WR Jeremy Butler has been one of the top playmakers on offense throughout the preseason and likely played his way into a roster spot. The third-year player has caught touchdown passes in the past two games against the Colts and Lions. Butler has also been sure-handed in practice. He has shown all the signs of being a potentially valuable playmaker in the regular season. "Just hard work paying off, just trusting the process and staying patient," Butler said. "But, (I'm also) enjoying the game and having fun as it comes to you."
04/19/16 - WR Jeremy Butler, who was tendered as an exclusive-rights free agent by the Ravens, was re-signed Monday (April 18).
12/21/15 - WR Jeremy Butler has taken advantage of his extended minutes because of injuries. He is firmly entrenched as the Ravens' No. 2 wide receiver behind Kamar Aiken. Butler had three catches for 60 yards, including a 41-yard grab.
12/13/15 - WR Jeremy Butler had another solid outing for Baltimore, which is helping him move up on the depth chart. Butler caught 7 passes for 72 yards. Butler said the chemistry with Ravens quarterback Jimmy Clausen was solid. "We were comfortable with everything, signaling out to each other and communicated well," Butler said.