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Ray-Ray McCloud III

Ray-Ray McCloud III Fantasy

Height / Weight
5'9" / 190 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
October 15, 1996 (24)
3rd Season
2018 / Rd. 6 / Pk. 187 (BUF)

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Ray-Ray McCloud III News

Ray-Ray McCloud Leads Bills In Receiving Thursday

Buffalo Bills wide receiver Ray-Ray McCloud had a strong showing in the team's final preseason game Thursday, catching all five of his targets for 48 yards. His highlight was a 29-yard reception on a fourth-down conversion in the fourth quarter. McCloud has had a solid offseason, earning praise for his hard work and attitude from head coach Sean McDermott. However, there are currently a bit too many mouths to feed in the Buffalo passing game, as strange as that sounds. John Brown, Cole Beasley and Zay Jones are the team's top receivers going into the season and McCloud will also vie with fellow second-year receiver Robert Foster for playing time.

Aug. 30th • 9:11 AM
Ray-Ray McCloud Impressing At Training Camp

Buffalo Bills wide receiver Ray-Ray McCloud has earned praise from coach Sean McDermott and quarterback Josh Allen so far through training camp. On Thursday, he had his first run with the first team offense. Allen said of McCloud, "Hes got a knack for just kind of getting into a zone where he feels open and makes it a little easier for us as quarterbacks with the ball. McCloud is going into his second NFL season and saw just six targets during his rookie year, catching five of them for 36 yards. He isn't worthy of fantasy attention at this point, but it's good news for Allen that another young receiver seems to be emerging as a potential asset.

Aug. 2nd • 11:13 AM
Ray-Ray McCloud Won't Play In Week 7

Buffalo Bills rookie wide receiver Ray-Ray McCloud didn't travel with the team and is out for Week 7 against the Colts for non-injury reasons. McCloud's agent, Deiric Jackson said, "Coach McDermott is a great coach, we respect his decision, and I think Ray-Ray will be a better player because of his decision." McCloud has caught all three of his targets for only 15 yards in four games played, so he hadn't been a big part of the offense to begin with. Andre Holmes and rookie Cam Phillips should see bigger roles behind Kelvin Benjamin and Zay Jones, but they aren't on the fantasy radar at all.

Oct. 20th • 5:54 PM

Depth Chart

  • Offense
  • Defense
QB Ben Roethlisberger
Mason Rudolph
RB Benny Snell Jr.
Anthony McFarland Jr.
LWR Diontae Johnson
James Washington
RWR Chase Claypool
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SWR JuJu Smith-Schuster
Deon Cain
TE Eric Ebron
Vance McDonald
LT Alejandro Villanueva
LG Matt Feiler
Derwin Gray
C Maurkice Pouncey
J.C. Hassenauer
RG David DeCastro
Kevin Dotson
RT Chukwuma Okorafor
DT Cameron Heyward
Carlos Davis
NT Tyson Alualu
Isaiah Buggs
DE Henry Mondeaux
Chris Wormley
LOLB T.J. Watt
Olasunkanmi Adeniyi
LILB Robert Spillane
Avery Williamson
RILB Vince Williams
Marcus Allen
ROLB Bud Dupree
Alex Highsmith
LCB Joe Haden
James Pierre
FS Minkah Fitzpatrick
Sean Davis
SS Terrell Edmunds
Jordan Dangerfield
RCB Steven Nelson
Justin Layne
NB Mike Hilton
Cameron Sutton
K Chris Boswell