Boyd recorded one reception on three targets for one yard in Week 17 against the Ravens. He added one rush for 11 yards. Boyd was weighed down by the Bengals' lack of offensive firepower, as Brandon Allen completed only six passes in the entire game. After racking up 69 receptions for 710 yards across the first ten contests of the season with Joe Burrow (knee) under center, Boyd managed only seven receptions for 116 yards across the final six weeks due to missed games from a concussion and inconsistent quarterback play. Boyd is in the midst of a four-year contract and should be a top playmaker for the Bengals in 2021.
Boyd (concussion) doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's game against the Ravens after practicing fully Friday. Tee Higgins (hamstring) will also enter the weekend without a designation, setting the stage for the Bengals to have both of their top wideouts available. Boyd, who sat out the team's Week 16 win over the Texans, heads into the season finale with a PPR-friendly 78-840-4 line through 14 games.
Boyd (concussion) is expected to play Sunday against the Ravens, Tyler Dragon of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports. The 26-year-old sat out the Week 16 win over the Texans and was limited at practice the past couple of days while making his way through the concussion protocol, but he should be good to go for the season finale. It's unclear if Boyd will avoid an injury designation for the Week 17 contest altogether, but he's expected to avoid the inactive list ahead of the 1 p.m. ET kickoff.
Boyd (concussion) was limited at practice Thursday, Geoff Hobson of the Bengals' official site reports. As was fellow receiver Tee Higgins (hamstring), which sets the stage for Friday's practice to determine whether each of the duo approach Sunday's game against the Ravens with injury designations or cleared to play. If one or both end up out or limited this weekend, Alex Erickson would be in line for added work Week 17.
Boyd (concussion) was a limited participant at practice Wednesday, Ben Baby of ESPN.com reports. Head coach Zac Taylor confirmed Wednesday that Boyd remains in the NFL's concussion protocol, leaving the wideout's status up in the air for Sunday's game against the Ravens, according to Charlie Goldsmith of The Cincinnati Enquirer. If Boyd manages to upgrade to full activity in practice Friday and gains clearance from an independent neurologist, he'll likely step back into a starting role at receiver in the season finale.
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