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Steelers' Tyler Vaughns: Signs new contract with Steelers

The Steelers signed Vaughns to a reserve/future contract Tuesday, Teresa Varley of the team's official website reports. Vaughns was cut from the Steelers' practice squad Friday, but the team quickly re-signed him for the 2022 season Tuesday. The wide receiver failed to appear in a game this season and will look to make his NFL debut next year.
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Tyler Vaughns: Cut Friday

Vaughns was cut from the Steelers' practice squad Friday, Teresa Varley of the Steelers' official site reports. Vaughns has been cut and brought back to the Steelers' practice squad multiple times this season. However, the undrafted free agent out of USC never suited up with the active roster. In a corresponding move, kicker Sam Sloman was signed to the practice squad.
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Tyler Vaughns: Back with Pittsburgh

Vaughns was signed to the Steelers' practice squad Monday. Vaughns was cut from Pittsburgh's practice squad last week after returning from the COVID-19 list, but he's been re-signed ahead of the first round of the playoffs. The rookie UDFA out of USC has been on the Steelers' practice squad most of the season and has yet to make his NFL debut.
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Tyler Vaughns: Exits COVID protocols

Vaughns was restored to the Steelers' practice squad from the COVID-19 list Tuesday, Teresa Varley of the Steelers' official site reports. Vaughns has yet to appear on an active roster this season. Now healthy, he can return to practicing with the team.
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Tyler Vaughns: Lands on practice squad COVID list

Vaughns (undisclosed) was placed on the Steelers' practice squad COVID-19 list Wednesday. Vaughns will have to clear protocols before returning to team facilities. He hasn't been elevated for a game this season, so his absence shouldn't impact the active roster.
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Tyler Vaughns: Back with Pittsburgh

Vaughns was signed to the Steelers' practice squad Friday. Vaughns had spent the entire 2021 season on Pittsburgh's practice squad but was cut Wednesday. However, he's now back with the team but isn't likely to be promoted to the active roster without a significant number of injuries ahead of him on the depth chart.
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Tyler Vaughns: Cut loose

Vaughns was cut from Pittsburgh's practice squad Wednesday, Aaron Wilson of Sportstalk 790 Houston reports. Vaughns signed in Pittsburgh at the start of the season and has been on the practice squad since. An undrafted free agent, he'll now look for another opportunity to stick in the league.
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Tyler Vaughns: Joins Pittsburgh's practice squad

The Steelers signed Vaughns to their practice squad Tuesday, Teresa Varley of Steelers.com reports. Vaughns signed with the Colts as an undrafted free agent this offseason, but he was waived during the initial 53-man cutdown. He will look to continue his NFL career with a solid stint on Pittsburgh's practice squad.
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Colts Make Final Decision on Former USC WR Tyler Vaughns

Former USC wide receiver Tyler Vaughns has been waived by the Indianapolis Colts. The team announced the news on Tuesday afternoon. Vaughns declared for the 2021 NFL Draft after spending five seasons with USC. He went un-drafted before getting an opportunity with Indy. The California native was a staple for...
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Report Predicts Tyler Vaughns Future With Colts

Former USC wide receiver Tyler Vaughns had an exceptional career as a Trojan. After spending five seasons in Southern California, the next step was to give the NFL a try. Vaughns entered the 2021 NFL Draft but unfortunately finished day three undrafted. However, the Indianapolis Colts came to the rescue and signed the Pasadena native as an UDFA.
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Tyler Vaughns: Wide Receiver Southern California Trojans 2021 NFL Draft Scouting Report

TYLER VAUGHNS | USC | WO | #21 | SR | 6010 | 185 | 4.47e | Pasadena, CA | Bishop Amat HS | 06.01.97. Teams often clamor for traits and upside early on in the NFL Draft, ignoring the floor/baseline for prospects. Other times, you have the opportunity to select players like Vaughns, who defines the saying “jack of all trades, master of none”. The former 5-star recruit and California native has been the model of consistency throughout his time at USC. His freshman campaign he was very productive with a 57-809-5 receiving line, followed that up with a 58-674-6 line as a sophomore, then last season caught 74 passes for 912 yards and six scores as USC’s third receiver behind Michael Pittman Jr. and Amon-St. Brown. Primarily a Z, Vaughns plays the sideline very well and displays crisp route-running and fluid movement skills. When running vertical routes his separation skills are extremely solid as well, and he has excellent awareness as well. Despite being over six feet tall, Vaughns isn’t quite the contested-catch weapon that could be used as a red zone threat. His hands have also been a smidge inconsistent, primarily during 2019. Regardless, even in a loaded 2021 wide receiver class, Vaughns has all of the makings of a mid-round, possibly Day Two pick, with his game-to-game consistency and translatable traits. He could easily have a decade-long career as an NFL team’s WR3.
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