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Draft Scout Aaron Dobson News
01/05/17 - WR Aaron Dobson was signed by the Arizona Cardinals on Thursday. The forner second-round pick by the New England Patriots enjoyed a productive rookie season in 2013 with 37 receptions for 519 yards and four touchdowns. He followed that up by competing in just 12 contests over the last two years. Dobson also spent time with the Detroit Lions in 2016, but did not appear in any games before his release on Oct. 8.
10/08/16 - WR Aaron Dobson, who joined the Lions last week, was released on Saturday. recorded 53 receptions for 698 yards and four touchdowns in three seasons with the New England Patriots.
09/22/16 - WR Aaron Dobson signed with the Lions after a workout Tuesday, and could eventually push Andre Roberts for the No. 4 WR spot. Dobson caught 53 passes over the last three seasons with the New England Patriots, when Lions GM Bob Quinn worked in the team's front office.
"He's a capable guy," Lions coach Jim Caldwell said. "He can get down the field as well, can cover some ground and we're happy to have him. He's maybe a little bit different than some of the guys we have at this stage, but I think he'll do a good job for us."
09/21/16 - WR Aaron Dobson, a free agent, was signed by the Lions. He joins the Lions following a three-year stint with the Patriots (2013-15). He appeared in eight games (three starts) last season for New England and finished with 13 receptions for 141 yards.
07/28/16 - WR Aaron Dobson is a fourth-year former second-round pick who missed the bulk of the last two seasons due to injury, leaving many believing his time as a Patriot was coming to an end. Dobson, though, has had an impressive spring and start to the summer, easily the best offseason of his career. If the trend continues, Dobson, not Nate Washington, might secure a role as an option on the outside at receiver in New England's deep arsenal of passing weapons.