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According to Connor Orr of the Newark Star-Ledger, the Giants have released wide receiver Ramses Barden.
The #Giants terminated the contract of Ramses Barden today and reached an injury settlement with the WR, per league records.
— Conor Orr (@ConorTOrr) September 10, 2013
Barden has been a complete disappointment except for one good game against the Panthers last season where he faced off against a rookie.
I would be shocked if Barden lands with another NFL team. He’s just not agile and athletic enough for the NFL.
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