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Draft Scout Kevin Elliott News
08/20/13 - WR Kevin Elliott was placed on reserve/injured by the Bills.
08/19/13 - WR Kevin Elliott suffered a torn ACL in Friday's preseason game against Minnesota. He will be placed on season-ending injured reserve. The team said it was a non-contact injury.
12/28/12 - With injuries mounting at wide receiver and tight end leading into Sunday's season finale, the Buffalo Bills promoted wide receiver Kevin Elliott off their practice squad.
Elliott was signed to the practice squad Dec. 18. He was an undrafted rookie out of Florida A&M who originally signed with Jacksonville in May. He caught 10 passes for 108 yards in 13 games for the Jaguars before being released Dec. 15.
12/12/12 - WR Kevin Elliott could start because Cecil Shorts was limited in practice after returning from a concussion. Elliott had two drops last week.
12/11/12 - WR Kevin Elliott, signed as an undrafted rookie free agent by the Jaguars out of Florida A&M, was excited about getting his first NFL start Sunday against the New York Jets.
Elliott, who came into the game with just seven catches in the first 11 games, was thrust into the starting lineup because both Laurent Robinson, who is on the injured reserve list, and Cecil Shorts, are out with concussions.
"I was pumping straight adrenalin the whole game," Elliott said.
Elliott, though, had a rocky debut that is typical for a young player who hasn't had many opportunities. He caught only three of 10 passes aimed at him, dropped two passes and stepped out of bounds before he caught another pass on the last drive that nullified a 16-yard gain.
Elliott said he wasn't sure whether he stepped out.
"I didn't think about that when I saw the flag to tell you the truth. That was the last thing on my mind. But the refs have a job too and they obviously spotted it," he said.
Of the drops, he said he was thinking about running because he caught the ball.
"I hate dropping the ball. That's something that can be fixed," he said.
Elliott's problems were one of the reasons the Jaguars struggled in the passing game in a 17-10 loss to the Jets.
Even though he hasn't played much, Elliott said, "That's no excuse. My job is to catch the ball and make plays for our team. I need to be more consistent. I need to catch the ball before I run. That's been my problem since high school."
On the Jaguars' last pass that was intercepted, Elliott said there was a miscommunication with quarterback Chad Henne.
"I was running a comeback and I guess he wanted a go ball," he said. "We weren't on the same page."
Henne said he was trying to throw the ball out of bounds.
Of dealing with the Jets' blitzes, Elliott said, "They got to (Henne) a couple of times, and timing is always an issue. We've changed quarterbacks and have some new receivers, so timing is always an