|6||Packers||L 14 - 24||0||0||0|
|5||@Raiders||W 20 - 9|
|4||Lions||W 24 - 14|
|3||@Browns||L 6 - 26|
|2||Bengals||W 20 - 17|
|1||@Rams||L 14 - 34||3||19||6.3||10||0|
|2020||New England Patriots||16||14||47||604||12.9||42||1||2||15||7.5||11||0||3||0|
- Enters his sixth NFL season and his first with the Bears in 2021
- Has played in 44 games with 20 starts, catching 91 passes for 1,092 yards and four touchdowns; also owns 14 punt and kickoff returns, one of which he returned 103 yards for a touchdown in 2017 as a member of the Panthers
2020 SEASON (Patriots):
- Played in all 16 games with 14 starts, recording career bests with 47 catches for 604 yards (12.9 avg) and one touchdown
- Played a reserve role, making six receptions – including his first as a Patriot - on nine targets for 72 yards in a loss at Seattle; Byrd's 72 yards receiving was the third most of his career
- Started for the second time this season at wide receiver, making three catches for 27 yards, including a 23-yard catch and run that helped set up a second-quarter touchdown as part of a Week 3 win vs. Las Vegas
- Started at wide receiver, racked up five catches for 80 yards, highlighted by 25-yard grab that put the Patriots on the Chiefs 12-yard line in the third quarter of a Week 4 loss at Kansas City
- Started at wide receiver in a Week 6 loss vs Denver; Made four catches for 38 yards, including a 19-yard reception in the fourth quarter that put NE on the Denver 46
- Posted his first 100-yard receiving game in a Week 11 loss at Houston; finished with 132 yards on six receptions; 42 of those yards came on his first touchdown with the Patriots, which at the time cut the Texans lead to 21-17 in the third quarter
2019 SEASON (Cardinals):
- Played in 11 regular-season games with three starts and finished with 32 receptions for 359 yards and one touchdown; also returned four kickoffs for 59 yards
- Caught six passes for a career-high 86 yards vs. Cleveland
- Recorded a career-high seven receptions for 74 yards and a touchdown at L.A. Rams
2018 SEASON (Panthers):
- Entered the 2018 season as the team primary punt returner and played in eight games before suffering an injury and finishing the year on injured reserve
- Returned 11 punts for 104 yards and two kickoffs for 34 yards; also caught one pass for 8 yards
- Inactive for three games and missed the final five games of the season on injured reserve after suffering an injury against Seattle
- Returned three punts for 47 yards including a 30-yarder to the Cowboys 35-yard line which set up a touchdown drive vs. Dallas
2017 SEASON (Panthers):
- Was limited to eight games with three starts due to an injury in the middle of the season; posted 10 receptions for 105 yards and two touchdowns and rushed once for 12 yards; also returned seven kickoffs for 229 yards and one touchdown and one punt return for 9 yards
- Spent Weeks 5-12 on injured reserve (arm), returned to the active roster in Week 13, went back to injured reserve for a leg injury in Week 17, forcing him to miss the postseason
- Made his first career start vs. Minnesota and posted five receptions for 37 yards
- Caught three passes for 25 yards and two touchdowns vs. Green Bay
- Caught a career-long 31-yard reception and returned a kickoff for a franchise record 103 yards for a touchdown vs. Tampa Bay
2016 SEASON (Panthers):
- Made the 53-man roster out of training camp and was inactive for the first five games of the season before being released on Oct. 13; spent Weeks 6-16 on the practice squad before being signed back to the 53-man roster on Dec. 29
- Made NFL debut at Tampa Bay and caught one pass for 16 yards
2015 SEASON (Panthers):
- Originally joined Carolina as a rookie free agent and spent the season on the practice squad during Carolina's run to Super Bowl 50
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