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  • Ravens' Deonte Harty: Officially signs with Baltimore

    Harty and the Ravens officially agreed on a one-year contract Sunday. Harty will join the Ravens after spending the 2023 campaign with Buffalo, securing 15 catches for 150 yards and a score. He also notched 323 yards and a touchdown while operating as a punt returner with the Bills. Now that Devin Duvernay is in Jacksonville, Harty is a decent bet to operate as the primary kick and punt returner for Baltimore in 2024.
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  • Deonte Harty: Draws interest from Ravens

    Harty is scheduled to visit the Ravens on Friday, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports. Harty, who was let go by the Bills last month, could be a good fit with the Ravens, given that they could use some some added wideout depth behind Zay Flowers and Rashod Bateman. Additionally, the Baltimore native can offer utility as a returner, an area that the Ravens need to address following the offseason departure of Devin Duvernay.
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  • Deonte Harty: Exiting Buffalo

    The Bills released Harty on Wednesday. After inking a two-year, $9.5 million deal with Buffalo last spring, Harty appeared in 16 regular-season games in 2023, recording 15 catches for 150 yards and a touchdown on 21 targets. He made a more meaningful impact as the team's punt returner, bringing back 26 punts for 323 yards and a touchdown. The Bills will save $4.3 million in cap space by cutting the 26-year-old wideout.
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  • Bills' Deonte Harty: Inactive Sunday

    Harty (coach's decision) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Eagles. Harty is the odd man out Sunday, with Andy Isabella active after having been elevated from the team's practice squad. Also in the Bills' WR mix versus Philadelphia are Stefon Diggs, Gabe Davis, Khalil Shakir and Trent Sherfield.
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  • Bills' Deonte Harty: Takes back seat to Shakir

    Harty was not targeted in the passing game and saw action on just six offensive snaps in Thursday's 24-18 win over Tampa Bay. Meanwhile, Harty's teammate Khalil Shakir had a banner day with six catches for 92 yards. Shakir saw action on 45 offensive snaps, making him the clear No. 3 receiver in the offense, while fellow depth receiver Trent Sherfield saw action on 21 offensive snaps. Harty did find the end zone once in Week 6, but he hasn't had more than three catches or four targets in any game this season, keeping him in a reserve role and unusable in fantasy leagues. Harty is at least serving as the team's main punt returner, handling all 11 returns so far for 99 yards.
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  • Bills' Deonte Harty: Two catches in loss

    Harty secured both of his targets for 62 yards in Sunday's 25-20 loss to the Jaguars. Harty operated as the Bills' No. 4 receiver Sunday, playing 15 of Buffalo's 60 offensive snaps. The majority of the veteran wideout's production came on a 43-yard reception late in the fourth quarter that helped to spark a scoring drive. With such limited usage on offense, Harty remains difficult to trust for consistent fantasy production unless there's an injury to Stefon Diggs or Gabe Davis. Next up for the Bills is a matchup against the Giants in Week 6.
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  • Bills' Deonte Harty: Seeing few snaps, but big usage

    Harty recorded two catches for four yards on three targets in Sunday's 38-10 win over the Raiders. Though he's played less than a quarter of the Bills' snaps on offense in both of the first two games and ranked behind Stefon Diggs, Gabe Davis and Trent Sherfield in playing time Week 2, Harty has been consistently involved when on the field. Playing a role similar to the one the undersized Isaiah McKenzie held for Buffalo in the past, the 5-foot-6, 170-pound Harty has been targeted on seven of the 22 routes (31.8 percent) he's run and has carried the ball once on the five nonpassing downs he's played this season. Because of his size limitations, Harty's role might not be scaled up much from this level, though he would benefit if Diggs or Davis were to miss time at any point.
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  • Bills' Deonte Harty: Locks down roster spot

    Harty has secured a spot on Buffalo's initial 53-man roster. Harty will start the season as Buffalo's top option in the return game while also handling a depth role on offense. He could see increased opportunities early in the season until Justin Shorter (hamstring) returns from IR, leaving him a chance to compete with Khalil Shakir for No. 3 reps behind Stefon Diggs and Gabe Davis. Joe Buscaglia of The Athletic reports that Harty and Shakir should both handle snaps out of the slot when Diggs doesn't line up there.
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  • Bills' Deonte Harty: Heading to Buffalo

    Harty (foot) and the Bills reached agreement Wednesday on a two-year contract worth up to $13.5 million, Joe Buscaglia of The Athletic reports. According to Buscaglia, Harty's deal includes $5 million fully guaranteed and $9.5 million in base salary. Harty spent the first four years of his career with the Saints, serving as a depth receiver and return specialist over four games in 2022 before being shut down for the season with foot injury. Over the games he played last season, Harty recorded two catches for 13 yards while compiling 137 kick-return yards. The 5-foot-6 athlete is unlikely to have a consistent impact on offense for the Bills, but he could certainly carve out a significant role on special teams in 2023.
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  • Saints' Deonte Harty: Out with foot injury

    Harty (foot) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Bengals, Luke Johnson of The New Orleans Times-Picayune reports. Harty's foot injury robs him of the chance to take advantage of both Michael Thomas (foot) and Jarvis Landry (ankle) being out of the lineup. It's a tough situation for the Saints, especially with another game coming up Thursday against Arizona in Week 7.
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  • Saints' Deonte Harty: Still not practicing

    Harty (foot) was a non-participant at practice Thursday, John Hendrix of SI.com reports. Harty's inability to practice so far this week does not bode well for his status come Sunday against the Bengals. Considering the initial report of his turf toe injury by Nick Underhill of NewOrleans.Football relayed he was expected to miss time and that there was fear of significant injury, a Harty absence in Week 6 wouldn't come as a surprise.
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  • Saints' Deonte Harty: Sidelined in practice Wednesday

    Harty (foot) did not participate during the Saints' practice Wednesday. Harty is expected to miss some time after suffering what is feared to be a significant turf toe injury during Sunday's win over the Seahawks. The 25-year-old has served as New Orleans' primary returner for both punts and kickoffs when healthy this season, so his likely absence should lead to more special-teams usage for fellow wideout Marquez Callaway.
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  • Saints' Deonte Harty: Dealing with turf toe

    Harty suffered a turf toe injury in Sunday's Week 5 win over the Seahawks, Nick Underhill of NewOrleans.Football reports. Harty is expected to miss extended time after suffering the injury. In his absence, Marquez Callaway and Taysom Hill could get more involved in the return game.
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  • Saints' Deonte Harty: Slated to play Sunday

    Harty (foot) was a limited participant in Friday's practice session and doesn't carry an injury designation for Sunday's game against the Vikings, John Hendrix of SI.com reports. Harty was limited for all three of the Saints' practice sessions this week, but he'll be able to play through his foot injury for Sunday's matchup in London. Over his first two appearances this season, he's secured both of his targets for 13 yards.
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  • Saints' Deonte Harty: Limited again Thursday

    Harty (foot) was limited in Thursday's practice. Harty is one of four wideouts on New Orleans' injury report, as Michael Thomas (foot) remains sidelined and Jarvis Landry (ankle) was limited Thursday. Meanwhile, Tre'Quan Smith (concussion) was a full participant. Harty will have one more opportunity to increase his activity level before Sunday's game against the Vikings.
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  • Saints' Deonte Harty: Inactive against Carolina

    Harty (coach's decision) will not play in Sunday's matchup against the Panthers. With Harty a healthy scratch Sunday, fellow wideout and return specialist Marquez Callaway should take his place as the No. 4 receiver for the Saints.
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  • Saints' Deonte Harty: Good to go for Week 3

    Harty (foot) doesn't carry an injury designation into Sunday's game against the Panthers, Luke Johnson of the New Orleans Advocate reports. Harty practiced fully Friday following a pair of limited sessions, shedding any doubt regarding his availability for Week 3. His impact comes primarily on special teams, as Harty returns both kickoffs and punts but sees limited usage on offense.
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  • Saints' Deonte Harty: Notches second catch of 2022

    Harty caught his lone target for nine yards while playing 11 of his 22 snaps on offense during Sunday's 20-10 loss to the Buccaneers. Harty was the only New Orleans wide receiver outside of the team's starting trio of Michael Thomas, Chris Olave and Jarvis Landry to record a catch during the game, hauling in quarterback Jameis Winston's final pass of the fourth quarter. However, the 24-year-old's largest impact came on special teams, as he tallied 65 yards on two kick returns while netting a six-yard loss on one punt return. Marquez Callaway did not record a target Sunday, and the duo will continue to compete for New Orleans' No. 4 receiver spot while Tre'Quan Smith recovers from a shoulder injury.
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  • Saints' Deonte Harty: Sticking in New Orleans

    Harty signed his restricted free agent tender Thursday, Amie Just of The New Orleans Times-Picayunereports. Harty is set to make $4 million in 2022 while playing on the tender. Originally an undrafted free agent, Harty has made his mark primarily on special teams, as he picked up 690 kick return yards and 199 punt return yards in 2021. He also tallied a career-high 36 receptions to go along with 570 receiving yards and three touchdowns last season, though he now has more competition for targets, with Michael Thomas (ankle) on track to return to the mix, as well as the addition of Chris Olave in the first round of the 2022 NFL Draft.
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  • Saints' Deonte Harris: Gets second-round tender

    The Saints are giving Harris a second-round tender, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports. This all but assures the restricted free agent will stay with the Saints, as no team would give up a second-round pick for the right to sign him. Harris did have a career year in 2021 as the Saints' No. 3 receiver and return specialist, catching 36 of 59 targets for 570 yards and three touchdowns. Listed at 5-foot-6, 170 pounds, Harris likely will be the team's third or fourth receiver in 2022.
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