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Dexter McCluster | RB | Tennessee Titans
Posted: 3/12/2014 3:28pm et
Tennessee Titans RB Dexter McCluster is expected to have a big role on offense next season. Head coach Ken Whisenhunt is expected to use McCluster like he did San Diego Chargers RB Danny Woodhead this season when he was the Chargers offensive coordinator. McCluster is expected to be used as a receiver out of the backfield.
Huddle Up: For starters, there might be some position eligibility questions with McCluster playing more of a running back role. He'll offer a nice pass-catching complement to Shonn Greene as the Titans continue to make plans for life after Chris Johnson.

Posted: 3/11/2014 8:05pm et
The Tennessee Titans have agreed to terms with free-agent WR Dexter McCluster (Chiefs) on a 3-year deal worth as much as $12 million. The deal includes $4.5 million in guaranteed money.
Huddle Up: McCluster is out of K.C. after 4 seasons with the Chiefs, but will it mean more fantasy production after hitting 3-year lows with 61 touches and 516 yards from scrimmage in 2013?

Posted: 2/2/2014 4:35pm et
The Kansas City Chiefs may not re-sign impending free-agent WR Dexter McCluster this offseason because they added a similar player in WR Weston Dressler from the CFL.
Huddle Up: McCluster was overshadowed by teammate Jamaal Charles last season and posted his lowest total-yardage output (516) in the last 3 seasons with only 2 total TDs.

Posted: 12/14/2013 1:14pm et
Kansas City Chiefs WR Dexter McCluster (ankle) will not travel with the team for their Week 15 game and has been ruled out.
Huddle Up: McCluster's absence should mean more targets for Dwayne Bowe and Jamaal Charles in the passing game. McCluster would have only been a flex possibility in deeper leagues at this point anyway.

Posted: 12/12/2013 7:04pm et
Kansas City Chiefs WR Dexter McCluster (ankle) did not practice Thursday, Dec. 12.
Huddle Up: This is a little more concerning than your average missed practice as it appears to be something that has flared up mid-week. McCluster has averaged nearly 5 catches per outing over the past 7 games, and his absence would also hurt the K.C. special teams as he is the team's primary punt returner. See if the outlook improves Friday.

Posted: 8/8/2013 12:56pm et
Kansas City Chiefs WR Dexter McCluster is lining up everywhere eligible for a receiver in training camp. He has delivered some big plays. 'One million, five hundred and thirty-six ways that I can get the football,' McCluster said of his role in the Chiefs' offense. 'This offense is wide-open. You get opportunities everywhere. It's a fun offense.'
Huddle Up: We've heard this song before, and it doesn't have a great hook. McCluster is not worth much more than a late-round flier in deep leagues, but he could prove valuable if he finally delivers on that Swiss army knife promise. We'll believe it when we see it.