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  • Damion Ratley: Let go by Vikings

    Ratley was cut by the Vikings on Tuesday, Craig Peters of the team's official site reports. The 26-year-old was signed to the Vikings' practice squad Dec. 16, but failed to crack the active roster before being cut Tuesday. Ratley last played in the NFL in 2020, reeling in four catches for 63 yards on 10 targets in five games with the Giants.
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  • Damion Ratley: Signs to practice squad

    The Vikings signed Ratley to the practice squad Wednesday, Craig Peters of the team's official site reports. Ratley spent time on Dallas' practice squad earlier this season, but he didn't suit up for a game with the team. Now, the former Cleveland wideout will get a chance to develop in Minnesota.
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  • Damion Ratley: Cut from practice squad

    Ratley was cut from the Cowboys' practice squad Tuesday, Aaron Wilson of Sportstalk 790 Houston reports. Ratley signed onto the Cowboys' practice squad on Sept. 21 after starting camp with the Lions. He last saw action in 2020 with the Giants, appearing in five games and catching four passes on 10 targets for 63 yards.
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  • Damion Ratley: Inks practice squad deal

    Ratley signed with the Cowboys' practice squad Tuesday, Aaron Wilson of Sportstalk 790 Houston reports. Ratley played five games for the Giants last season and recorded four receptions for 63 yards on 10 targets. He'll add depth at wide receiver while Michael Gallup rehabs a calf injury.
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  • Damion Ratley: Let go by Lions

    Ratley was waived by the Lions on Monday, Tim Twentyman of the Lions' official site reports. After missing significant time during the preseason with an unspecified injury, Ratley didn't do enough to survive final roster cuts as the Lions trim down to 53 players in advance of Tuesday's deadline.
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  • Lions' Damion Ratley: Signs with Detroit

    Ratley signed a contract with the Lions on Wednesday. The 2018 sixth-round pick has been waived or released by three teams within the past seven months. Ratley has six NFL starts to his name, but he's caught only 29 passes in 31 career games, primarily with the Browns.
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  • Texans' Damion Ratley: Joining active roster

    Houston signed Ratley to its active roster Monday, Aaron Wilson of The Houston Chronicle reports. Ratley signed on with the Texans' practice squad in mid-October, shortly after the Giants decided to part ways with the 25-year-old wideout. He appeared in New York's first five games of the season, totaling four receptions for 67 yards over a workload of 25.2 offensive snaps per game. An appearance in Houston's Week 17 finale against the Titans would mark Ratley's first as a member of the organization.
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  • Damion Ratley: Heads to Houston

    The Texans signed Ratley to the practice squad Tuesday, Chris Mortensen of ESPN reports. Ratley spent four games with the Giants this season and handled a solid workload that didn't translate into much production, as he caught four of nine targets for 63 yards. The 25-year-old will add organizational depth at wide receiver, but he likely won't be promoted unless there's an injury.
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  • Damion Ratley: Cut loose by Giants

    The Giants waived Ratley on Tuesday, Michael Eisen of the team's official site reports. Ratley was targeted once in this past Sunday's loss to the Cowboys, but he failed to reel it in. The 25-year-old wide receiver recorded four catches for 63 yards through the first five games of the season. The Giants opted to add practice squad receiver Austin Mack to the active roster in Ratley's place. Ratley will look for a depth role elsewhere.
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  • Giants' Damion Ratley: Fails to catch lone target

    Ratley failed to catch his only target during Sunday's 37-34 loss to the Cowboys. The 25-year-old played a season-high 34 offensive snaps Sunday, but he was minimally involved in the passing game. Ratley has four catches for 63 yards through four games, and his playing time could decrease with Sterling Shepard (toe) nearing his return from injured reserve.
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  • Giants' Damion Ratley: Catches three passes

    Ratley caught three of four targets for 34 yards Sunday against the Rams. Ratley and C.J. Board are sharing the third/fourth receiver role right now behind Golden Tate and Darius Slayton. if Tate were suspended for his fight with Jalen Ramsey, one of them might see more targets against the Cowboys this week.
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  • Giants' Damion Ratley: Makes first catch with Big Blue

    Ratley caught one of two targets for 29 yards in Sunday's 36-9 loss to the 49ers. Ratley made his first catch as a member of the Giants, and it was good enough for him to finish third on the team in receiving yards in what was a dismal performance from the offense against an injury-riddled 49ers defense. He played on 18 of the team's 52 offensive snaps.
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  • Giants' Damion Ratley: Facing increased opportunities

    Ratley stands to see an uptick in targets with Sterling Shepard (toe) on injured reserve for at least three weeks, Dan Duggan of The Athletic reports. Ratley has only drawn three targets in two games thus far, but with Shepard set to miss at least three weeks and Saquon Barkley (knee) done for the year, he stands to see a slight increase in targets. Darius Slayton and Golden Tate are the Giants' clear top remaining wideouts, and Evan Engram also remains high in the pecking order, but Ratley does look to be ahead of C.J. Board. He should operate as the No. 3 receiver during Sunday's game against the 49ers.
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  • Giants' Damion Ratley: Blanked in opener

    Ratley failed to come down with his lone target in Monday's 26-16 loss to the Steelers. Ratley played the fourth-most snaps (18) among Giants wide receivers, even with Golden Tate (hamstring) inactive. The lack of usage and production doesn't bode well for Ratley's chances of doing much once Tate gets back, which could be as soon as Week 2 against the Bears.
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  • Giants' Damion Ratley: Set for larger role Monday

    Ratley is in line for a bigger role Monday against the Steelers with Golden Tate (hamstring) inactive, Matt Lombardo of The Newark Star-Ledger reports. As a member of the Browns last season, Ratley earned at least a 30 percent snap share in six different games, totaling 10 catches (on 18 targets) for 136 yards and no touchdowns in those outings. The output isn't impressive, to stay the least, and he'll be no better than fifth in the pecking order for targets behind Sterling Shepard, Darius Slayton, Saquon Barkley and Evan Engram in Week 1.
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  • Giants' Damion Ratley: Claimed by Giants

    Ratley was claimed off waivers by the Giants on Sunday, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports. Ratley was let go by the Browns on Saturday, but he didn't have to wait long to find a new squad. Last season with the Browns, Ratley caught 12 passes for 200 yards and a touchdown across 13 games. The Texas A&M product will now assume a similar depth role to what he had last season for the Giants with plenty of proven options ahead of him.
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  • Damion Ratley: Let go by Browns

    Ratley has been waived by the Browns, Jake Trotter of reports. The 2018 sixth-round pick was limited by a groin injury throughout some of training camp, causing a bit of a slip in the depth chart behind the likes of Rashard Higgins and Donovan Peoples-Jones. It's possible, should Ratley make it through waivers unclaimed, the Texas A&M product could return to the team's practice squad, though Ratley's NFL experience might make him valuable enough to be a depth piece on another team's roster down the road.
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  • Browns' Damion Ratley: Returns to practice

    Ratley (groin) participated in Thursday's practice, Marla Ridenour of the Akron Beacon Journal reports. Ratley missed over a week of practices due to a groin injury. Now back on the field, he'll resume competing with Rashard Higgins and Donovan Peoples-Jones for reps behind unquestioned top receivers Odell Beckham and Jarvis Landry.
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  • Browns' Damion Ratley: Has groin injury

    Ratley didn't practice Sunday due to a groin injury, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reports. In 26 career appearances, Ratley has experienced at least 48 percent of the offensive snaps in a given game seven times, combining for an 18-229-0 line on 28 targets. Otherwise, he's managed seven catches (on 16 targets) for 115 yards and one TD in the other 19 games. Considering most of the wide receiver reps in the Browns offense are allotted to Odell Beckham and Jarvis Landry (hip), Ratley is battling Rashard Higgins and rookie sixth-rounder Donovan Peoples-Jones for the snaps that linger. For the time being, though, Ratley will attempt to get past a health concern.
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  • Browns' Damion Ratley: Scores in regular-season finale

    Ratley caught two of three targets for 64 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 33-23 loss to the Bengals. Ratley and quarterback Baker Mayfield hooked up on a 46-yard bomb on the Browns' third play of the game to give them an early 7-0 lead. The second-year wideout got over the top of the Bengals secondary and made a nice diving catch in the end zone for his only touchdown of the season. This was one of the few highlights for Ratley, who had just 12 catches while showing some big-play ability (16.7 YPC). The Browns did not have a reliable No. 3 wide receiver in 2019, as both Rashard Higgins and Antonio Callaway failed to hold onto that role. Ratley enters the offseason as the leading candidate on paper for that job in 2020 pending any additions in the draft or free agency, decisions a new head coach will have significant input into.
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