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Shane Ray

Shane Ray

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Shane Ray placed on injured reserve

The Bills have placed pass-rusher Shane Ray on injured reserve.

Fantasy Impact

The 30-year-old LB was looking to make a comeback to the NFL after a four year absence. After being placed on the Bills IR, Ray's potential return has come to an end.

TJ Taylor43 weeks ago
Shane Ray ruled out for Thursday

Broncos outside linebacker Shane Ray (ankle/wrist) has been ruled out for Thursday’s game against the Cardinals.

Fantasy Impact

Ray is battling injuries to his ankle and wrist. He has one sack in six games on the season.

Shane Ray will miss start of 2018 season

Ian Rapoport is reporting that the latest surgery that Denver Broncos OLB Shane Ray will need on his troublesome left wrist will keep him out for three months, which would run into the start of the regular season.

Fantasy Impact

Ray originally injured the wrist last July and it limited him to eight games and a single sack. The injury lingered all season and required additional surgeries, the latest of which is expected to take place within the next few days. The Broncos declined Ray's fifth-year option, meaning he's slated to be an unrestricted free-agent following the 2018 NFL season.

Shane Ray is eligible to practice

Shane Ray has been designated as an injured reserve-designated for return player. He is now eligible to practice. Ray can resume playing in Week 9. He had eight sacks and a forced fumble last season and will give Denver's pass rush a boost.

Fantasy Impact

Ray will be a welcomed addition to the Denver pass rush. Adding more sacks will help increase the value of the Denver D/ST.

Jason Silfies7 years ago
Shane Ray to miss extended time with injury

Denver Broncos beat writer Troy Renck is reporting pass rusher Shane Ray (wrist) suffered a torn ligament in his wrist Friday.

Fantasy Impact

As a result of Ray's torn ligament, Renck is reporting he will undergo surgery and miss the next six-to-eight-weeks of football activities. The Broncos could pursue Dwight Freeney, who remains a free agent but intends to play in 2017.