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Jan 7, 2024 2 50 41 0 5
Dec 30, 2023 1 11 11 0 1
Dec 24, 2023 2 29 18 0 2
Dec 16, 2023 1 12 12 0 1
Dec 10, 2023 3 15 5 0 1
Player Outlook
Raymond will compete for playing time with the Lions this summer. Although there's an opportunity to see the field with Jameson Williams on the suspended list to begin the year, Raymond has not exactly put up big numbers over his career. He has five touchdowns in 68 games and saw six or more targets in just six games last year (scoring 10-to-12 PPR points in three of them). Raymond is unlikely to help you win your Fantasy league.

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2023 35 489 13.97 1 75 10.71 553.2
2022 47 616 13.11 36 5.14 543.2
2021 48 576 12.00 4 28 7.00 774.8
3y Avg. 35 460 13.14 1 20 5.00 442.8
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  • Lions' Kalif Raymond: Totals 564 yards in 2023

    Raymond (knee) caught 35 passes (on 44 targets) for 489 yards with one touchdown while rushing seven times for 75 yards over 17 regular-season games in 2023. While he didn't reach the four touchdowns he scored in 2021 or the 652 yards he totaled in 2022, Raymond put together yet another respectable season as a tertiary option in Detroit's high-flying offense while pitching in at punt returner as well. He rarely needed much playing time to do it, either, given that Raymond topped 30 percent of the offensive snaps in just six games and had more than four targets only twice. With offensive coordinator Ben Johnson surprisingly coming back as Detroit's offensive coordinator, Raymond -- who remains under contract through 2025 -- should be back next season as an interesting gadget player on offense and a key player on special teams.
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  • Lions' Kalif Raymond: Won't return Sunday

    Raymond (knee) has been ruled out ahead of Sunday's NFC Championship Game against the 49ers, Tim Twentyman of the Lions' official site reports. The 29-year-old wideout is now set to miss his third consecutive game after sustaining a knee injury during the Lions' Week 18 win over the Vikings. Donovan Peoples-Jones could be in for a larger role in Detroit's wide receiver corps without Raymond in the NFC Championship Game.
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  • Lions' Kalif Raymond: Misses Thursday's practice

    Raymond (knee) didn't participate in Thursday's practice. Since sustaining a knee injury during the Lions' regular-season finale, Raymond has failed to appear in either of the team's first two playoff games. His chances to play in the NFC Championship Game seem slim after he began Detroit's week of practice with back-to-back DNPs, and he will almost certainly carry an injury designation into the weekend unless he's able to practice in full Friday.
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  • Lions' Kalif Raymond: Doesn't participate in walkthrough

    Raymond (knee) didn't participate in Wednesday's walkthrough practice. Raymond has remained out for both of Detroit's first two playoff games after injuring his knee in the team's Week 18 win over the Vikings. When healthy, the 29-year-old serves as a depth receiver and as the Lions' punt returner, but Donovan Peoples-Jones would see an expanded role on both offense and special teams if Raymond ends up sitting out Sunday's NFC Championship Game against the 49ers.
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  • Lions' Kalif Raymond: Won't play in divisional round

    Raymond (knee) has been ruled out for Sunday's divisional-round contest versus the Buccaneers, Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press reports. With no on-field reps to speak of this week, Raymond wasn't in a great position to return to action for the first time since suffering a knee injury in the regular-season finale against the Vikings, and indeed he won't be available to the Lions offense Sunday. With Raymond sidelined, Detroit will continue to roll with Amon-Ra St. Brown, Jameson Williams and Josh Reynolds as its top three wide receivers this weekend.
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  • Lions' Kalif Raymond: Still not practicing

    Raymond (knee) was a non-participant at practice Thursday. Raymond has yet to experience any on-field work since injuring his knee Week 18 versus the Vikings, but coach Dan Campbell told Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press on Wednesday that the wide receiver is "better," and the Lions won't know for sure if he has a chance to return this weekend until "Friday or Saturday." As a result, Raymond's listing on Friday's practice report may be key in terms of his odds of suiting up for Sunday's divisional-round game against the Buccaneers.
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  • Lions' Kalif Raymond: Sidelined to begin divisional-round prep

    Raymond (knee) didn't practice Wednesday. Per Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press, head coach Dan Campbell said Wednesday that Raymond's injured knee is improving, but the depth receiver and punt returner's status for Sunday's divisional-round game against the Buccaneers remains uncertain. Raymond seems unlikely to practice Thursday, but a return to the field Friday could set the stage for him to play Sunday.
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  • Lions' Kalif Raymond: Won't play in wild-card round

    Raymond (knee) has been ruled out for Sunday's wild-card round game against the Rams, Eric Woodyard of ESPN.com reports. Raymond injured his knee in Week 18 and was subsequently unable to practice prior to being ruled out for Sunday's playoff opener. On the bright side, fellow wide receiver Jameson Williams (ankle) doesn't have an injury designation, so the Lions will have top three wideouts Amon-Ra St. Brown, Williams and Josh Reynolds available. With Raymond ruled out, Donovan Peoples-Jones could step up as both a depth receiver and punt returner.
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  • Lions' Kalif Raymond: Won't return Week 18

    Raymond (knee) has been ruled out for the rest of Sunday's game against the Vikings. Raymond sustained the knee injury in the second half of Sunday's contest and will not return. He finishes the day with two catches for 50 yards and returned four punts for 89 yards.
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  • Lions' Kalif Raymond: Three touches against Vikings

    Raymond caught two of two targets for 29 yards while rushing once for eight yards during Sunday's win over Minnesota. Still running comfortably as the No. 4 option at wide receiver, Raymond got a few touches on offense but didn't even attempt a punt return. He'll remain off the fantasy radar Week 17 against Dallas.
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  • Lions' Kalif Raymond: One catch against Broncos

    Raymond secured his only target for 12 yards during Saturday's win over the Broncos. Raymond again logged less than a third of the offensive snaps while remaining the primary option on punt returns. The rotational deep threat will remain off the fantasy radar in most formats entering a Week 16 showdown with the Vikings.
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  • Lions' Kalif Raymond: Targeted four times in Week 14

    Raymond caught three of four targets for 15 yards in Sunday's 28-13 loss to the Bears. Raymond operated as the Lions' No. 4 wideout Sunday, playing just 23 of Detroit's 65 offensive snaps. In 13 games this season, the veteran has recorded 29 receptions for 387 yards and one touchdown as a member of the Lions' crowded receiving corps. Raymond limited playing time, however, make him difficult to trust for consistent fantasy production each week. The 29-year-old will look to make the most of his opportunities in Week 15 when the Lions host the Broncos.
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  • Lions' Kalif Raymond: Season-low snap share

    Raymond caught one of two targets for five yards during Sunday's win over the Bears. Raymond saw a season-low 20 percent of the offensive snaps, while Jameson Williams saw a season-high 68 percent of them and Donovan Peoples-Jones made his Lions debut. Raymond wasn't seeing enough playing time to warrant fantasy consideration in most formats to begin with, so any reduction in his role will push him further off the radar.
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  • Lions' Kalif Raymond: Tending to ankle issue

    Raymond was a limited participant in practice Wednesday due to an ankle injury. More often than not this season, Raymond's weekly snap share has resided between 20 and 40 percent, having surpassed the latter just two times in a nine games. His two catches (on four targets) for 46 yards during this past Sunday's win at the Chargers was one of his better tallies on the campaign, but now that he's dealing with a health concern, his status will be monitored as the week continues to get a sense of his availability for Sunday's matchup with the Bears.
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  • Lions' Kalif Raymond: Totals 46 yards

    Raymond caught two of four targets for 46 yards during Sunday's 41-38 win over the Chargers. While most of his production came on a 41-yard catch in the fourth quarter, Raymond continues to be among the most effective Lions receivers relative to the number of routes he actually runs. However, the punt-return specialist won't be much of a fantasy factor as long as he is only logging around a quarter of the offensive snaps each week. Not helping matters is that two other deep threats, Jameson Williams and Donovan Peoples-Jones (ribs), could each see their roles in the offense increase down the stretch.
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  • Lions' Kalif Raymond: Snags two passes

    Raymond caught two passes on four targets for 24 yards while rushing once for minus-2 yards during Monday's win over Las Vegas. Even though Raymond ran as the fourth receiver behind Amon-Ra St. Brown, Josh Reynolds and Jameson Williams, he finished second among the bunch in most receiving categories. However, he logged only about a quarter of the offensive snaps, and he probably won't see much more than that in any game going forward with Detroit prioritizing the development of Williams.
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  • Lions' Kalif Raymond: Fewest snaps of season

    Raymond caught three of three targets for 23 yards during Sunday's 20-6 win over the Buccaneers. With Amon-Ra St. Brown back in commission, Raymond saw his fewest offensive snaps of the season while tying his smallest offensive snap share, too. However, he remained secure in his role as the punt returner, returning three punts for 33 yards, and he now sits 11th in the league with a 9.7-yard punt return average.
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  • Lions' Kalif Raymond: Totals 45 yards

    Raymond caught all three targets for 45 yards during Sunday's 42-24 win over Carolina. Drawing the start at wide receiver with Amon-Ra St. Brown (abdomen) sidelined, Raymond finished second among Lions wide receivers in snaps, targets and receiving yards, despite the availability of Jameson Williams. Raymond also continued to serve as the team's punt returner, but he didn't have a clean opportunity to gain any yardage there. Raymond could handle increased offensive responsibilities should St. Brown continue to miss time, but the former may be hard to trust otherwise with so many mouths to feed in the Lions' passing game.
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  • Lions' Kalif Raymond: Scampers for 40 yards

    Raymond caught one pass for minus-two yards and rushed once for 40 yards during Thursday's win over the Packers. Raymond logged about half of the offensive snaps he had seen in each of the past two games as Detroit spent most of the second half running the ball. While he did next to nothing as a receiver in the first half anyway, Raymond still made an impact on punt returns and his 40-yard scamper on an end-around was the biggest reason Detroit was able to quickly gain a two-touchdown lead early in the second quarter. More valuable in real terms than in fantasy, Raymond will enter a Week 5 matchup with Carolina as nothing more than a differentiating option in single-game DFS contests.
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  • Lions' Kalif Raymond: Makes four grabs

    Raymond caught four of six targets for 55 yards in Sunday's 20-6 win over the Falcons. Raymond was one of only four Lions to catch a pass, as fellow wideouts Josh Reynolds and Marvin Jones were both blanked. Despite his depth role, Raymond has increased his production in each week this season, helping his admittedly still-modest stock ahead of Week 4's trip to Green Bay on Thursday night.
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