Greg Little News Archive

Greg Little Released by Buffalo Bills

Greg Little was released by the Buffalo Bills on Tuesday. The veteran wideout was let go on Tuesday even after his impressive preseason in which he was second on the team in receptions and receiving yards. Little will now hit the open market, with a chance to sign on with a team looking to add experience to their wide receiver corp.

Greg Little working to be an answer at WR for Bills

On the eve of training camp, there wasn’t much buzz surrounding journeyman receiver Greg Little and while he is far from a sure thing to secure the No. 3 on the depth chart, he has opened some eyes during this first week at St. John Fisher. Listed at 6-2 and 220 pounds, Little casts an imposing physical presence on the field.

What Greg Little did to get a jump start on Buffalo Bills' WR competiton

Greg Little doesn't want this opportunity to go to waste. In the last two years, Little has bounced around the NFL. Once a promising second round pick of the Cleveland Browns, Little was cut after three seasons with the team. He briefly latched on with the Raiders prior to the 2014 season but was cut a few months later. The Bengals gave him another shot but he lasted only a year.

Greg Little trying to resurrect career in Buffalo

Remember Greg Little, the second-round pick of the Cleveland Browns in 2011? Or how about Leonard Hankerson, chosen in the third round by the Washington Redskins the same year? Call it a receiver resuscitation of wayward careers. Bills wide receivers coach Sanjay Lal has some reclamation projects on his hands.

Buffalo Bills add WR Greg Little

The Buffalo Bills signed free agent wideout Greg Little on Tuesday. Little is a former second-round pick of the Cleveland Browns (2011). He led the Browns in receptions and receiving yards as a rookie and has two 50-plus catch seasons in his career. Little was most recently with the Cincinnati Bengals before his release on Oct. 31st.

Greg Little impressed Bengals' coaches by better learning their system

When they signed receiver Greg Little at the start of training camp last month, the Cincinnati Bengals told him to only focus on three things. They wanted him to better learn their offensive system, make plays and participate in meaningful ways on special teams. Check, check, check. All preseason Little lived up to their expectations. In turn, they rewarded him Saturday with a spot on the 53-man roster.

Greg Little must be trustworthy and consistent in return to Bengals

The day after his Cincinnati Bengals lost to the Colts in the wild-card round of the playoffs, Marvin Lewis, as he does at the end of every season, held exit meetings with each player on the team. When it came time for Greg Little to enter the head coach's office, the receiver was hellbent on imparting a simple message.

Bengals sign Greg Little

Greg Little will be back with the Cincinnati Bengals after being released in February. Little, who played six games for the Bengals last season and made six catches for 69 yards, has signed a one-year deal with the team. Little entered the league as a 2011 second-round pick of the Browns and spent three seasons in Cleveland.

Report: Jets work out former Bengals WR Greg Little

The Jets already made major upgrades to their receiving corps this offseason by trading for veteran Pro Bowler Brandon Marshall and drafting Ohio State's Devin Smith in the second round. They might not be done tweaking that position group just yet. Per NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, the Jets worked out former Bengals and Browns receiver Greg Little on Monday.

NFL's Greg Little Eviction War Over Hollywood Mansion

NFL wide receiver Greg Little has a big problem -- his landlords are trying to evict him from his Hollywood Hills bachelor pad, but Little says he's the one being wronged. Here's what we know. back in January, the 25-year-old free agent began renting the insane 3 bedroom crib for $15,000 per month. And things seemed to be fine until Greg missed a payment.

Nineteen Tar Heels On NFL Playoff Rosters

There are 19 former Tar Heels on the 2014-15 NFL playoff rosters. Carolina had 27 players on NFL rosters this season. Arizona - OG Jonathan Cooper, DE Kareem Martin; Baltimore - OT James Hurst; Carolina - S Tre Boston, LB Kevin Reddick; Cincinnati - TB Giovani Bernard, C Russell Bodine, WR Greg Little, WR Brandon Tate...

Cincinnati Bengals = UNC North

The Cincinnati Bengals are becoming a team where former UNC football players can play and thrive. The former AFC North champions started the season with three Tar Heels on the roster in running back Gio Bernard, wide receiver/returner Brandon Tate, and rookie center Russell Bodine. Now the Bengals haved added former UNC wide receiver Greg Little and after two games, it seems Little might have found a role in the jungle.

Thankful Greg Little fitting in fast with Bengals

During the first couple weeks of the NFL season, when he was watching the games at home instead of playing, Greg Little knew that when he received another opportunity he had to make the most of it. He certainly did that on Sunday. After being signed by the Bengals on Oct. 14, Little stepped up in his second game with his new team with three receptions for 42 yards.

Greg Little takes crash course on Bengals playbook

Greg Little spent the last six weeks running routes and catching passes from a friend who played quarterback in high school. He'd decide which NFL games to watch on Sundays based upon which team might need him. His long wait is over.

Greg Little joins Bernard, Tate, Bodine in Cincinnati

With A.J. Green hobbled by a toe injury and Marvin Jones dealing with an ankle problem, the Bengals have brought in a former UNC wideout to help fill the void. Per a league source, the Bengals have signed receiver Greg Little. A second-round pick in 2011, Little was cut after three seasons with the Browns. He was claimed off waivers by the Raiders in May and cut by the Raiders in August.

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