Fantasy Stats

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Extra Points
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Kicking Points
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Fantasy Points
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Fantasy Points per Game
2022
2021 4 5 6 18 184.5
2020
3y Avg. 1 2 2 5 52.5

Fantasy News

  • Ryan Santoso: Waived by Big Blue

    The Giants waived Santoso on Monday, Dan Duggan of The Athletic reports. Santoso was signed by the Giants ahead of the team's final preseason game to serve as an emergency placekicker while Graham Gano was in concussion protocol. Santoso's release suggests Gano will be fully healthy by Week 1.
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  • Giants' Ryan Santoso: Signs with Big Blue

    The Giants signed Santoso on Friday, Dan Salomone of the Giants' official site reports. Santoso was in line to be the Jaguars' No. 1 place kicker after the team waived Elliott Fry (undisclosed) with an injury designation, but he was quickly replaced in Jacksonville by newcomer James McCourt. Graham Gano (concussion) is unlikely to play in the Giants' preseason finale against the Jets on Sunday, so Santoso was likely brought in as an emergency option until Gano is cleared for action, which is expected to be sometime before the regular season.
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  • Ryan Santoso: Waived by Jacksonville

    The Jaguars waived Santoso on Tuesday, James Palmer of NFL Network reports. Santoso was slated to be the Jaguars' No. 1 place picker after the team waived Elliott Fry (undisclosed) with an injury designation. However, it appears the job is now wide open as Jacksonville currently has zero place kickers on their roster, though that'll likely change quickly. Santoso made four appearances last year -- three with Detroit and one with Carolina -- and went 4-for-5 on field-goal attempts but just 6-for-8 on extra-point tries. However, the soon-to-be 27 year-old will have to look for a new NFL opportunity heading into the 2022 campaign.
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  • Jaguars' Ryan Santoso: Slated for No. 1 role sans Fry

    Santoso is in line to be the Jaguars' top place kicker after the team waived Elliott Fry (undisclosed) with an injury designation Monday, John Shipley of Sports Illustrated reports. Santoso is the lone kicker remaining on the Jaguars depth chart after the team waived Andrew Mevis at the end of July and Fry on Monday. Santoso made four appearances last year -- three with Detroit and one with Carolina -- and went 4-for-5 on field-goal attempts but 6-for-8 on extra-point tries. It's likely Jacksonville brings in more competition for Santoso before the start of the regular season, but for now, he appears to be the Week 1 starter.
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  • Jaguars' Ryan Santoso: In mix for starting job

    Santoso will compete with Andrew Mevis in training camp for Jacksonville's kicking job, Michael DiRocco of ESPN.com reports. Santoso appeared to be brought in as competition for Matthew Wright when he signed with the Jaguars in late March, but Wright has since been cut after kicking in 14 games last year. Santoso appeared in four games between the Lions and Panthers in 2021 and went 4-for-5 on field-goal attempts and 6-for-8 on PATs.
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  • Jaguars' Ryan Santoso: Signing with Jaguars

    The Jaguars have signed Santoso. Santoso saw action for both the Panthers and Lions last season before winding up on the Rams' practice squad. With the Jaguars, the 26-year-old has an opportunity to compete with Matthew Wright for the team's placekicking job this coming season.
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  • Ryan Santoso: Rejoins practice squad

    The Rams signed Santoso to their practice squad Saturday. Santoso has been signed and released from the Rams' practice squad several times across the last few weeks, and he'll now rejoin the team as an insurance option ahead of Super Bowl LVI. Assuming Matt Gay remains healthy for Sunday's matchup, it's unlikely that Santoso will be elevated from the practice squad.
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  • Ryan Santoso: Dropped from practice squad

    Santoso was cut from the Rams' practice squad Tuesday. He continues to bounce on and off the Rams' practice squad as insurance in the event Matt Gay is unavailable. Santoso will likely rejoin the practice squad again ahead of the Super Bowl.
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  • Ryan Santoso: Back on practice squad

    The Rams signed Santoso to the practice squad Saturday. After joining L.A.'s practice squad five different times since Dec. 18, Santoso was cut loose a few days later on each occasion. This is merely a move made as insurance in the event Matt Gay suddenly is unavailable for Sunday's NFC Championship Game against the 49ers.
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  • Ryan Santoso: Cut from Rams' practice squad

    Santoso was cut from the Rams' practice squad Tuesday. The kicker's pattern of being cut and re-signed by the Rams continued Tuesday as he was once again let go. Santoso will likely return to the team ahead of Sunday's NFC Championship Game against the 49ers.
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  • Ryan Santoso: Back on practice squad

    Santoso re-signed with the Rams' practice squad Saturday. Santoso was released from the practice squad earlier this week but has been brought back. He will now be available to be elevated to the active roster should anything happy to kicker Matt Gay prior to kickoff.
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  • Ryan Santoso: Joins practice squad

    Santoso was signed to the Rams' practice squad Sunday. Santoso's trend of being cut from the practice squad and rejoining it continues. With Matt Gay healthy, Santoso should remain on the Rams' practice squad.
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  • Ryan Santoso: Cut from practice squad

    Santoso was cut from the Rams' practice squad Tuesday. Santoso continues to bounce on and off the Rams' practice squad after he was cut by the Lions earlier this season. He's made four appearances (all with Detroit) during the 2021 campaign and connected on four of his five field-goal attempts.
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  • Ryan Santoso: Rejoins Rams' practice squad

    Santoso was signed to the Rams' practice squad Saturday. Santoso has been a frequent flyer on the Rams' practice squad since being cut from Detroit earlier this season, but he's yet to make an appearance for Los Angeles. Expect the 26-year-old to provide depth behind capable starter Matt Gay.
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  • Lions' Ryan Santoso: Slated to start

    Santoso was elevated from the practice squad Saturday and will start Sunday against the Steelers. With Austin Seibert (hip) moved to injured reserve, Santoso is slated to take over the kicking duties for at least the next three weeks. The 26-year-old has started three games for two different teams this season, including a two-game stretch with the Lions where he converted his lone field-goal attempt to go along with four extra points.
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  • Ryan Santoso: Returns to practice squad

    Santosa reverted to Detroit's practice squad Monday, per the NFL's official transaction log. Santosa drilled both of the PATs he attempted during Sunday's loss to the Bears. It's unclear if he will remain the team's placekicker with Austin Seibert's (COVID-19) status for Week 5 currently unknown.
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  • Ryan Santoso: Reverts to practice squad

    Santoso reverted to the Lions' practice squad Monday, per the NFL's official transaction log. Santoso was elevated to the active roster for Sunday's loss to the Ravens, and he enjoyed a perfect afternoon by making his lone field-goal attempt and both PATs. The 26-year-old could be elevated from the practice squad again for Week 4 should Austin Seibert (COVID-19) remain sidelined.
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  • Lions' Ryan Santoso: Perfect with limited opportunities

    Santoso made his only field-goal attempt and both of his PATs during Sunday's 19-17 loss to the Ravens. Santoso was hardly needed before drilling a 35-yard go-ahead field goal with just over a minute left in the game, only for Justin Tucker to come back the other way with a game-winning and league-record 66-yarder as time expired. If Austin Seibert (COVID-19) is forced to miss another week, Santoso could get another opportunity with Detroit in Week 4 against Chicago.
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  • Lions' Ryan Santoso: Elevated to active roster

    The Lions elevated Santoso from the practice squad Saturday. With Austin Seibert (undisclosed) likely unavailable for Week 3 after testing positive for COVID-19, the Lions will rely upon Santoso as their place kicker for Sunday's matchup against the Ravens. The Minnesota product was the Panthers' kicker Week 1 and made both of his field-goal attempts but missed an extra point.
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  • Ryan Santoso: Joins Detroit's practice squad

    The Lions signed Santoso to their practice squad Wednesday. Santoso was Carolina's kicker during the season opener. The 26-year-old made both of his field-goal attempts, but he missed an extra point and was later waived by the Panthers. The Minnesota product will look for a fresh start as he joins the Lions' practice squad.
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