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Fantasy News

  • Ryan Switzer: Announces retirement

    Switzer announced Monday via his personal Twitter account that he has retired from professional football. Switzer hasn't appeared in a regular-season game since 2019 and had spent the last two seasons working through injuries while with the Browns organization. He finishes his career with 41 games played between the Cowboys and Steelers, generating 50 catches on 62 targets for 321 yards and a touchdown across five total seasons.
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  • Ryan Switzer: Gets tryout

    Switzer (foot) received a tryout with the Panthers on Tuesday, Field Yates of ESPN reports. Switzer signed a one-year deal with the Browns last offseason, but he suffered a foot injury during training camp that required surgery, and he never saw the field. Switzer last played in 2019 with the Steelers, appearing in nine games and making eight catches on 11 targets for 27 yards. The 2017 fourth-round selection will continue working to earn a shot at a comeback somewhere next season.
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  • Browns' Ryan Switzer: Set for foot surgery

    Switzer will undergo foot surgery, Scott Petrak of the Elyria Chronicle-Telegram reports. Switzer was placed on injured reserve Monday and will miss the rest of the season due to the procedure, unless he reaches an injury settlement with the team.
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  • Browns' Ryan Switzer: Lands on IR

    Switzer has been placed on the Browns' injured reserve with an undisclosed injury, NFL reporter Aaron Wilson reports. It is unclear what issue Switzer is dealing with. He is now set to spend the remainder of the season on the Browns' IR unless he and the team can ultimately reach an injury settlement should he regain his health.
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  • Browns' Ryan Switzer: Signs on in Cleveland

    The Browns signed Switzer to a one-year deal Friday, Field Yates of ESPN reports. Switzer linked with Cleveland's practice squad back in October, and he'll remain with the team to begin the offseason. He played a depth role with the Steelers from 2018-19.
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  • Ryan Switzer: Back from COVID-19 list

    The Browns activated Switzer (undisclosed) from the practice squad/COVID-19 list Wednesday, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reports. Switzer will now be eligible to rejoin teammates at the Browns' facilities. If any of Jarvis Landry, Rashard Higgins, Donovan Peoples-Jones and KhaDarel Hodge are unable to come off the COVID-19 list Week 17, it's possible that Switzer could be called up to the active roster.
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  • Ryan Switzer: Shifts to COVID-19 list

    The Browns placed Switzer on the practice squad COVID-19 list Thursday. Switzer either tested positive for the virus or came into close contact with an infected person. He'll be required to clear the league's COVID-19 protocols before returning to the Browns' scout team.
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  • Ryan Switzer: Removed from practice squad IR

    The Browns restored Switzer (undisclosed) from the practice squad injured list Tuesday. Switzer was placed on the list in early November. The Browns currently have three wide receivers on injured reserve, and KhaDarel Hodge (hamstring) is questionable heading into Week 14, so Switzer could be in line for a promotion before the season ends.
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  • Ryan Switzer: Placed on practice IR

    The Browns placed Switzer (undisclosed) on the practice squad injured list. Switzer had been signed as insurance when the Browns experienced a spate of injuries at wideout.
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  • Ryan Switzer: Joins Browns' practice squad

    The Browns signed Switzer to the practice squad Thursday. Switzer spent the last two years in Pittsburgh, and he'll now remain in the division as an emergency wideout option for the Browns. He also boasts significant experience as a return man, something Cleveland can use in the wake of losing JoJo Natson (torn ACL) for the season.
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  • Ryan Switzer: Checks out Cleveland

    The Browns hosted Switzer (foot) for a visit Tuesday, Mary Kay Cabot of The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports. Switzer was waived by the Steelers with an injury tag before rosters were finalized, but it appears he's healthy and ready to find a new team. The 25-year-old played nine games last year and caught eight of 11 targets for 27 yards, but he has plenty of experience as a kick and punt returner. That could come in handy for the Browns with JoJo Natson (torn ACL) done for the season.
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  • Ryan Switzer: Cast aside by Steelers

    Switzer (foot) was waived by the Steelers on Saturday, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports. The Steelers could try to bring back Switzer with some injury-related roster shenanigans, but for the moment he'll pass through waivers. The selection of Chase Claypool in the 2020 NFL Draft and emergence of castaway Ray-Ray McCloud made Switzer's skillset expendable, although his status as a 2017 fourth-round pick likely will secure, at minimum, a practice squad spot down the road.
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  • Steelers' Ryan Switzer: Still not practicing

    Head coach Mike Tomlin said Switzer (foot) is day-to-day after missing Friday's practice, Tribune-Review Sports reports. Switzer sustained the injury during Tuesday's practice and hasn't made it back onto the field yet, but Tomlin doesn't seem too concerned. The 25-year-old should return soon, but most of his contributions this year will be as a returner since the Steelers selected receiver Chase Claypool in the second round of April's draft.
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  • Steelers' Ryan Switzer: Injures foot Tuesday

    Switzer suffered a foot injury at Tuesday's practice, Mark Kaboly of The Athletic reports. Switzer did not return to practice after suffering the injury. Health permitting, Switzer looks primed to serve as a depth receiver and contributor in the return games for Pittsburgh.
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  • Steelers' Ryan Switzer: Finishes season on IR

    Switzer (back) finished the 2019 season on injured reserve. Switzer's season was cut short due to a back injury after he hauled in eight passes on 11 targets for 27 yards . He also totaled 195 return yards. Switzer is a mediocre receiver who may no longer be needed in 2020 for his return skills with the addition of Diontae Johnson. Switzer has one year remaining on his contract.
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  • Steelers' Ryan Switzer: Designated for return

    Pittsburgh announced Thursday that Switzer (back) has been designated to return from injured reserve. Since Switzer was first placed on injured reserve in Week 11, he won't be eligible to play for at least two more weeks. As such, he won't be available for Sunday's regular-season finale against the Ravens, and he would also remain out for a potential wild-card game the following week, should the Steelers make the playoffs.
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  • Steelers' Ryan Switzer: Hits injured reserve

    The Steelers placed Switzer (back) on injured reserve Thursday, Brooke Pryor of ESPN.com reports. Switzer suffered a back injury during Sunday's win over the Rams, the severity of which will cause him to spend the rest of the season on injured reserve. In his absence, James Washington and Diontae Johnson stand to see work fielding kicks and punts, respectively.
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  • Steelers' Ryan Switzer: Won't gear up Thursday

    Switzer (back) is ruled out for Thursday's matchup against the Browns, Teresa Varley of the Steelers' official site reports. Switzer was listed as a DNP all week, so he'll miss the first game of his career. The third-year pro makes most of his impact as a returner, so James Washington and Diontae Johnson are in line to field kicks and punts, respectively. Switzer's absence hurts the Steelers' wideout depth as well, so they may bring up a practice-squad receiver.
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  • Steelers' Ryan Switzer: Still unable to practice

    Switzer (back) didn't participate in Tuesday's practice, Teresa Varley of the Steelers' official site reports. This was the team's first official practice of the week, and Switzer was held out due to the back injury he suffered during this past Sunday's win over the Rams. The wideout is trending toward missing his first career game unless he can practice in some capacity Wednesday. If Switzer's indeed ruled out for Thursday's matchup against the Browns, the Steelers may promote Terry Wright or Tevin Jones from the practice squad for depth.
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  • Steelers' Ryan Switzer: Leaves Sunday's game

    Switzer (back) is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the Rams, Dale Lolley of DKPittsburghSports.com reports. Switzer was managing the back injury heading into Sunday and was forced out in the fourth quarter of the game. As long as he's out, look for James Washington to take over kick return duties and Diontae Johnson to field punts.
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