Raymond was waived by the Titans on Saturday, Jim Wyatt of TitansOnline.com reports.
Raymond was the odd man out in favor of implementing more offensive line depth on the roster. He led the team in receptions (13) and receiving yards (204) during the preseason, and figures to be a strong practice squad candidate should he clear waivers.
Raymond made the Titans' 53-man roster after Taywan Taylor was traded to the Browns on Saturday.
Raymond is a unique story, as he's just 5-foot-8 and 182 pounds and entered the NFL as an unsigned free agent in 2017. He has just one career catch, but he did lead the team with 13 catches in the preseason while averaging 15.7 yards per reception. He'll begin the season as depth behind the likes of Corey Davis, Adam Humphries and A.J. Brown, but he could earn more opportunities if any of them go down.
Raymond hauled in all five of his targets for 58 yards in the team's third preseason contest against the Steelers on Sunday.
Raymond's name has popped up on a few occasions this preseason, and his performance in the team's third exhibition contest was no exception. Late in the game, he hauled in two long receptions of 21 and 23 yards respectively, and was the only receiver on the team to top a pair of receptions against the Steelers. Raymond is making a push to earn a roster spot out of camp, but even if he does so he has a long way to go before he sees consistent targets.
Raymond hauled in six catches for 80 yards in the Titans' first preseason game against the Eagles. After the game, coach Mike Vrabel praised Raymond's toughness, Turron Davenport of ESPN.com reports.
Raymond led the way for the Titans receiving corps Thursday, with his performance highlighted by a 21-yard reception. He's earned praise throughout training camp, even taking reps with the first-team offense in the absence of A.J. Brown (leg). While Raymond certainly won't be a starter in regular season action, he is stating his case to make the 53-man roster with his play early on in training camp.
Raymond is having a strong training camp and worked with the first-team offense on Friday, Jim Wyatt of the team's official site reports.
Raymond was described as consistently getting open and making big plays throughout team practices. That continued Friday, when he caught a touchdown on a deflected pass among a number of other receptions for the day. Adding to Raymond's chances of making the team is his work on special teams, where he has been deployed as a kick returner throughout camp.
Raymond signed a reserve/future contract with the Titans on Monday.
Raymond ended the regular season on Tennessee's practice squad and will remain with the team heading into the offseason. The 24-year-old is a developmental project and will attempt to stand out as a return man.
Raymond was signed to Tennessee's practice squad Monday, Paul Kuharsky of 104.5 The Zone Nashville reports.
Raymond was let go by the Giants at roster cutdowns and spent a couple days on their practice squad earlier in the season. The 24-year-old also spent 2017 in New York, catching one pass for 12 yards in six games while serving as a kick and punt returner. Raymond seems unlikely to join the Titans active roster unless a wide receiver suffers an injury.
Raymond was cut from the Giants' practice squad Thursday, Dan Duggan of The Athletic reports.
Raymond joined the Giants' practice squad earlier this week after spending the offseason with the team, but he was cut to make room for Corey Coleman. A third-year wideout, Raymond caught one pass in eight games last season and will look to earn a depth role elsewhere in the league.
Raymond was signed to the Giants' practice squad Tuesday, Michael Eisen of Giants.com reports.
Raymond was cut by the Giants on Sept. 1, but was signed back Tuesday after fellow wide receiver Cody Latimer (hamstring) was placed on injured reserve. In 2017 Raymond played six games with the Giants and two games with the Jets, accumulating just one catch for 12 yards.
Raymond was let go by the Giants on Saturday, Ryan Dunleavy of NJ.com reports.
Raymond has been with the Giants since last November when he signed a contract with the team. He best chance of making the final roster was as a return man, but it looks like New York is going to have both Cody Latimer and Hunter Sharp fill that need. Raymond could latch onto another team in need of special teams help.
Raymond mustered one catch for 12 yards and negative-one rushing yard in eight games with the Giants and Jets in 2017.
Raymond primarily served as a kick and punt returner with both teams (14 kick returns for 271 yards and 18 punt returns for 99 yards), and was unable to carve out much of an offensive role with either team. The 23-year-old fumbled five times in 2017 (one lost), and will need to improve his ball security in order to have a chance at a roster spot next season.
Raymond was promoted to the Giants' active roster Tuesday, Ralph Vacchiano of SportsNet New York reports.
The Giants appear to be doing some shuffling around at this point in the season in order to get a closer look at some of the talent that's within the organization. Raymond signed with New York's practice squad for the second time this season two weeks ago and will now get an opportunity to join the team's wide receiver corps.
The Giants signed Raymond to their practice squad Wednesday, Paul Schwartz of the New York Post reports.
Raymond returns to the organization just a day after being released from the practice squad. He'll take the spot of defensive lineman Jordan Williams, who was promoted to the 53-man roster in a prior transaction.
Raymond was released from the Giants' practice squad Tuesday.
With the Giants dealing with a slew of injuries to their front seven, the team signed linebacker Trevor Bates to the practice squad and was forced to let go of Raymond as a result. Raymond originally signed on with the team nearly three weeks ago.
Raymond signed with the Giants' practice squad Tuesday.
The Giants are lacking depth in the receiving corps after adding Brandon Marshall (ankle), Odell Beckham (ankle) and Dwayne Harris (foot) to injured reserve this week. As a result, Ed Eagan was promoted to the Giants' active roster Tuesday, opening up a spot for Raymond on the practice squad. Should the Giants suffer any more injuries, the 23-year-old could find himself on the active roster as well.
Raymond was released from the Jets' practice squad Tuesday, Darryl Slater of The Star-Ledger reports.
Raymond landed on the practice unit after being let go from the 53-man roster after Week 2. He will now be free to look for a new opportunity.
Raymond signed with the Jets' practice squad Thursday.
Raymond was waived by the Jets on Tuesday following his muffed punt in Sunday's loss to the Raiders. He'll remain within the organization after clearing waivers and will likely only be promoted if New York needs some help in the return game once again.
Raymond was waived by the Jets on Tuesday.
Raymond's release appears to be a direct result of his muffed punt in Sunday's loss to the Raiders. He served as the Jets' primary return man through the first two weeks of the season, but that responsibility might now be Jeremy Kerley's.
Raymond is expected to serve as the Jets' kickoff and punt returner in Sunday's season opener against the Bills, Darryl Slater of The Star-Ledger reports.
It appears the Jets won't waste time carving out a significant role for Raymond on special teams just days after claiming him off waivers. The second-year player out of Holy Cross offers some dynamism as a returner, but given his 5-foot-9, 160-pound frame, ball security could be an issue.
Raymond was claimed by the Jets on Sunday, Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News reports.
Raymond figures to be a special teams guy more than an offensive weapon for the Jets this season. Even with a weak wide receiving corps, Raymond is comfortably buried on the team's depth chart. Raymond spent the majority of his training camp in Denver.
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