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Juaquin Iglesias | Wide Receiver

Team: Unsigned Free Agent
Age / DOB:  (28) / 8/22/1987
Ht / Wt:  6'0' / 209
College: Oklahoma
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Texans waived or released WRs Juaquin Iglesias and Jeff Maehl, TEs Logan Brock and Philip Supernaw, DEs Keith Browner and Mitch King, LBs D.J. Bryant, Delano Johnson, Shawn Loiseau and Rennie Moore, DTs Hebron Fangupo and David Hunter, OT Nathan Menkin, Ss Troy Nolan and Eddie Pleasant, C Cody Wallace and G Cody White.
A standout at the University of Oklahoma, Iglesias is looking less and less likely to notch his first career catch since being a third-round pick of the Bears in 2009. Undrafted out of Oregon last season, Maehl briefly cracked the Texans' 53-man roster. Fri, Aug 31, 2012 07:37:00 PM

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In addition to Donnie Avery and Buster Davis, the Titans will also work out free agent WR Juaquin Iglesias.

The Bears' 2009 third-rounder was a final cut by the Vikings in early September. He's battling at least three veteran receivers to be signed as the Titans' fifth wideout.
Tue, Sep 27, 2011 03:28:00 PM

Vikings waived WR Juaquin Iglesias.

A third-round pick of the Bears in 2009, Iglesias has been a total bust to this point in his career, failing to even appear in a game. He reeled in five balls for 63 yards this preseason. Minnesota will keep Devin Aromashodu and Greg Camarillo in the final two receiver spots.
Sat, Sep 3, 2011 12:23:00 PM

Vikings signed WR Juaquin Iglesias from the Bears practice squad.

It's a nice pickup, as the third-round pick in 2009 has more upside than Greg Lewis and Hank Baskett. Look for Iglesias to see some targets in Week 17, though it won't be enough to make him worth adding in fantasy leagues.
Sat, Jan 1, 2011 02:30:00 PM

Bears signed WR Juaquin Iglesias, WR Greg Mathews, FB Eddie Williams, C Edwin Williams, OG James Marten, OT Levi Horn, and DE Barry Turner to their practice squad.

Iglesias was the 99th overall pick in 2009, but didn't put enough on tape in the preseason to warrant a claim. Mathews flashed more big-play ability.
Sun, Sep 5, 2010 05:46:00 PM

Bears informed WR Juaquin Iglesias of his release.

Sam Bradford's No. 1 receiver in college didn't show too poorly in the preseason, so Iglesias figures to be snapped up on waivers by a receiver-needy team like St. Louis (where Bradford just so happens to have landed). Iglesias does not lack the skill set to play in the slot in a West Coast offense.
Fri, Sep 3, 2010 09:31:00 PM

Juaquin Iglesias is unlikely to make the team unless the Bears decide to go with six receivers.

They're unlikely to do so, as Iglesias would need to be a special teams standout for that to happen, and he's simply not. The former third-round pick impressed during the spring but went back to his disappointing ways during training camp.
Thu, Sep 2, 2010 09:08:00 AM

Juaquin Iglesias has reverted to his disappointing 2009 form, according to Dan Pompei of the Chicago Tribune.

Iglesias was a third-round pick in 2009, but is on the chopping block. He's trying to assert himself as the No. 5 receiver and special teamer, but it's just not happening. Iglesias may have sealed his fate when he blew a block that led to a punt getting blocked on Saturday. Those glowing reports from the spring are a distant memory.
Mon, Aug 23, 2010 09:36:00 AM

Bears WR Juaquin Iglesias (quad) has missed the last five practices of camp.

Iglesias must get back on the field, as he has a battle on his hands just to make the final roster. When he gets back, he'll have to show something on special teams. Iglesias is a fifth receiver at best at the moment.
Fri, Aug 6, 2010 09:20:00 AM

Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune believes that WR Juaquin Iglesias faces an "uphill battle" to make the Bears' final 53.

Iglesias is already out with a groin injury, and he's no higher than sixth on the depth chart behind Devin Hester, Johnny Knox, Devin Aromashodu, Earl Bennett, and Rashied Davis. At this point, the only thing keeping Iglesias safe is the "scholarship" that came with being a third-round pick in 2009.
Sun, Aug 1, 2010 08:21:00 PM

There has been a "night and day difference" in second-year WR Juaquin Iglesias compared to last year, according to Bears receivers coach Darryl Drake.

Iglesias drew praise throughout offseason practices after failing to catch a pass as a rookie. Rashied Davis has an edge on special teams, however, so Iglesias remains a poor bet to be active on game days in 2010. He's still a long-term project in Chicago.
Thu, Jul 15, 2010 09:48:00 AM

According to Bears WRs coach Darryl Drake, 2009 third-rounder Juaquin Iglesias made major strides in the second half of last season.

After being left in the dust by Johnny Knox last year, Iglesias is currently sixth on the depth chart at receiver. He'll have to come on strong in training camp to earn even a small role in Mike Martz's offense.
Fri, May 14, 2010 09:19:00 AM

Juaquin Iglesias is currently sixth on the Bears' wide receiver depth chart, according to beat writer Dan Pompei.

Iglesias is really fifth, but he's behind Rashied Davis because of special teams duties. Of course, none of this matters with the team not even having had a single on-field workout in the new offense. A crafty route runner with good speed, Iglesias could appeal to OC Mike Martz just as easily as any of the players he's currently behind on the "depth chart."
Sun, Mar 21, 2010 10:17:00 AM

Bears reporter Dan Pompei said he doesn't expect to see much of Juaquin Iglesias this year unless there are injuries.

Pompei compared Iglesias to Earl Bennett last year. He's viewed as a project that the team hopes will come on strong in his second season.
Wed, Sep 23, 2009 12:33:00 PM

Bears rookie receivers Juaquin Iglesias and Johnny Knox are running with the second and third team.

Iglesias is the better blocker so he has a better chance of getting on the field. But for now it doesn't look like either will play their way ahead of Rashied Davis or Brandon Rideau. Knox has lost some momentum since the pads went on. Earl Bennett is still the sleeper wideout to have in Chicago.
Mon, Aug 10, 2009 09:19:00 AM

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4Ricky Collins
5Kenny Cook
6Armon Binns
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6Jordan Leslie
7Paul Browning
8Demetrius Wilson
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12LaRon Byrd
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2Mickey Shuler
3Steve Maneri
4Brett Brackett
5Michael Egnew
6Gerell Robinson
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K1Brandon Bogotay
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