Chris Owusu WR TB 4 Months

Bucs WR Chris Owusu caught three balls for 21 yards in Tampa Bay's Week 15 loss to San Francisco.

Speedy Owusu has been Tampa Bay's No. 3 receiver since Mike Williams hit injured reserve. He is a deep Dynasty league flier only.

Chris Owusu WR TB 4 Months

Bucs WR Chris Owusu (hamstring) is listed as questionable for Week 14.

Owusu missed four games earlier this season with a quad issue, but was limited in practice this week with a new hamstring injury. If active, he'll be the No. 3 receiver behind Vincent Jackson and Tiquan Underwood for Sunday's matchup against the Bills.

Chris Owusu WR TB 5 Months

Bucs WR Chris Owusu is active for Week 11 against the Falcons.

He'd been listed as questionable with a foot injury, but will serve as the Bucs' No. 3 receiver behind Vincent Jackson and Tiquan Underwood. The Bucs' Week 11 inactives are DE Da'Quan Bowers, CB Deveron Carr, CB Danny Gorrer, DT Derek Landri, S Bradley McDougald, G Carl Nicks, and G Patrick Omameh.

Chris Owusu WR TB 5 Months

Bucs WR Chris Owusu (foot) is listed as questionable for Week 11.

Owusu returned to practice this week and was a full participant on Thursday and Friday. He'll be the No. 3 receiver behind Vincent Jackson and Tiquan Underwood if active for Sunday's game against the Falcons.

Chris Owusu WR TB 5 Months

Bucs declared WR Chris Owusu, LG Carl Nicks, CB Deveron Carr, S Brad McDougald, G Patrick Omameh, and DT Steven Means inactive for Monday night's Week 10 game against the Dolphins.

Owusu is dealing with a foot injury. Russell Shepard and Eric Page will fill in as the Nos. 3 and 4 receivers. Nicks also has a foot injury. Ted Larsen will start in his place. FS Dashon Goldson (knee) is active.

Chris Owusu WR TB 5 Months

Bucs WR Chris Owusu (foot) is doubtful for Week 10.

Owusu didn't practice all week and will miss his third straight game. He'll return as the No. 3 receiver behind Tiquan Underwood when healthy.

Chris Owusu WR TB 7 Months

Bucs signed WR Chris Owusu off their practice squad.

Owusu was the league's highest-paid practice squad player. The Stanford product ran a 4.36 at 6'2/200 at the Combine and would have been drafted in 2012 if not for concussion issues. Owusu is an immediate candidate to contribute as a third wideout with Kevin Ogletree cut.

Chris Owusu WR TB May 28 '12

Undrafted 49ers WR Chris Owusu has "looked fantastic" in OTAs.

Per a team source, Owusu looked "much quicker in and out of his breaks" than first-round pick A.J. Jenkins in a recent agility drill. However, ProFootballWeekly.com reports there are "a lot of Stanford observers" who believe Owusu "could be one of these guys who looks a lot better in shorts than in games." Even if that's the case, Owusu certainly would have been drafted if not for his concussion history. His history with coach Jim Harbaugh could give him an inside track on a roster spot.

Chris Owusu WR TB May 05 '12

The San Francisco Chronicle suggests undrafted WR Chris Owusu is a candidate to make the 49ers' roster.

Owusu almost certainly would have been drafted if not for his concussion history at Stanford, and reportedly turned down several offers to reunite with college coach Jim Harbaugh. Working against him, of course, is the fact he doesn't have a clear path to playing time with the 49ers. He'll likely be competing with Randy Moss and Ted Ginn Jr. to avoid the practice squad.