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  • Christian Ringo: Released with injury settlement

    The Cardinals released Ringo (undisclosed) with an injury settlement Tuesday, Darren Urban of the team's official site reports. The extent of Ringo's injury remains unclear, but he'll be free to join a new team once he returns to full strength. The 2015 sixth-round pick appeared in 14 games for the Saints last year, marking his first NFL action since 2018.
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  • Saints' Christian Ringo: Returns from COVID list

    Ringo (illness) was removed from the reserve/COVID-19 list Wednesday, Amie Just of reports. Ringo spent six days in the COVID protocol after testing positive for the virus last Thursday. He missed one game but will return to his reserve role on the defensive line in Week 17 against Carolina.
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  • Bengals' Christian Ringo: Dealing with thumb injury

    Ringo sustained an injury to his right thumb during Saturday's game against the Chiefs, Jay Morrison of The Athletic reports. it's unclear how severe the injury is. Ringo figures to serve in a depth role on Cincinnati's defensive front this season if he's able to stick to the roster. The 27-year-old has been getting snaps with the second team so far in camp.
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  • Christian Ringo: Waived by Dallas

    Ringo was waived by the Cowboys on Monday. Ringo spent only two days on Dallas' active roster after having been promoted from the practice squad Saturday. The 2015 sixth-round pick will now be subjected to waivers, and will be free to search for a depth role elsewhere in the league if he goes unclaimed.
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  • Packers' Christian Ringo: Re-ups with Packers

    Ringo signed his exclusive-rights free-agent tender from the Packers on Thursday, Rob Demovsky of reports. The Packers signed Ricky Jean-Francois in free agency to account for Letroy Guion's upcoming four-game suspension, but Ringo will surely be a part of the mix more often, at least during the first quarter of the 2017 campaign . After spending his rookie year on the practice squad in 2015, Ringo appeared in eight games last season, yet he earned just 7.3 percent of the defensive snaps and two snaps overall on special teams, which translated to two solo tackles and one forced fumble. A modest increase in usage is unlikely to impact his relevance in the IDP realm.
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