|Team:||Green Bay Packers|
|Ht / Wt:||6'5" / 255 lb.|
|Drafted:||2019 / UDFA|
The Steelers signed Raymond to a reserve/future contract Thursday.
Analysis: Raymond spent last offseason in Pittsburg, and he logged a stint on the Packers' practice squad during the 2020 regular season. The former Utah State standout is still looking for an opportunity to make his NFL debut.
Raymond was released from the Packers' practice squad Saturday.
Analysis: The 26-year-old joined Green Bay's practice squad in early November but will part ways ahead of Week 16. Raymond has yet to make his NFL debut since going undrafted out of Utah State in 2019.
Raymond (ankle) signed to the Packers' practice squad Tuesday.
Analysis: The 25-year-old was with the Steelers in training camp but suffered an ankle injury, was placed on injury reserve and eventually released with an injury settlement. Raymond is now apparently healthy, and he's still looking to make his NFL debut since going undrafted out of Utah State in 2019.
The Steelers cut Raymond from IR with an injury settlement Sunday, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Analysis: Raymond will be free to search for a depth role with another organization once he's fully healthy. He's still looking for a chance to make his NFL debut.
Raymond (ankle) reverted to IR on Sunday after having been waived/injured Saturday, per the league's official transactions report.
Analysis: Raymond is set to spend the entire 2020 campaign on IR, barring an injury settlement. Prior to hurting his ankle, Raymond looked on track to compete for a depth role at tight end.
Raymond suffered a knee injury during Tuesday's practice, Brian Batko of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports.
Analysis: Raymond will undergo further evaluation of his injury before a report on the severity is disclosed. He's competing to carve out a depth role in Pittsburgh's tight end corps.
The Steelers signed Raymond on Tuesday, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Analysis: Raymond was cut by the Bears in April after having spent much of 2019 on the team's practice squad. He'll now get a shot to compete for a depth role in Pittsburgh's tight end room, led by Eric Ebron and Vance McDonald.
The Bears waived Raymond on Monday, Jeff Dickerson of ESPN.com reports.
Analysis: Raymond spend much of the 2019 season on Chicago's practice squad, but he's now lost his spot on the roster after the team selected Cole Kmet in the second round of the 2020 NFL Draft. The Utah State product will now look for another depth role elsewhere in the league.
Raymond signed a future/reserve contract with the Bears on Monday.
Analysis: Raymond joined the Bears' practice squad back in October and will now get the offseason to grow in the system. He is currently one of eight tight ends on the roster.
Raymond was signed to the Bears' practice squad Monday.
Analysis: Raymond will be the seventh tight end in the Bears locker room, with five on the active roster. He was previously waived from injured reserve by Chicago to start the season, but has since made a recovery from his head injury.
Chicago waived Raymond (head) from injured reserve Wednesday, freelance NFL writer Howard Balzer reports.
Analysis: Had the Bears held onto Raymond, he would've been forced to miss the entire 2019 season. But after being waived with an injury settlement, the 24-year-old can now look to sign elsewhere, assuming Raymond clears waivers and is able to get healthy.
The Bears placed Raymond (head) on injured reserve, per the league's official transactions report.
Analysis: Raymond played a depth role with Chicago in the preseason. The undrafted rookie out of Utah State will spend the entire 2019 campaign on IR barring an injury settlement.
Raymond left Thursday's preseason tilt with the Titans to be evaluated for a head injury.
Analysis: Raymond originally signed with Chicago in late April as an undrafted free agent out of Utah State. The 24-year-old is one of eight tight ends on Chicago's roster -- which features Trey Burton (sports hernia) and Adam Shaheen as the top two -- and already faced an uphill battle for a roster spot, which may now be complicated further by a head injury.
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