Proche (coach's decision) is inactive for Thursday's game at Miami. Proche played only three offensive snaps in Week 9 and is a healthy scratch for Thursday. Tylan Wallace and Miles Boykin will be the depth options at wide receiver for Baltimore.
Proche was held without a catch on one target Sunday against the Chargers. Proche's playing time fell off a cliff Sunday, playing five offensive snaps after seeing 47 such snaps in Week 5 against the Colts. Marquise Brown, Rashod Bateman and Devin Duvernay saw the most snaps among Baltimore receivers. It appears Bateman's injection into the lineup could significantly impact Proche's playing time going forward.
Proche caught both of his targets for a total of 15 yards Monday against the Colts. Proche's role was scaled back Monday after he broke out in Week 4 with five grabs for 74 yards against the Broncos. Mark Andrews and Marquise Brown fueled the pass-catching production that led to Baltimore's comeback, and targets were few and far between for Proche, who did play a season-high 47 snaps. If Sammy Watkins is limited in Week 6, Proche could see a healthy dose of snaps Sunday against the Chargers.
Proche caught five of six targets for 74 yards in Sunday's 23-7 win over the Broncos. The 2020 sixth-round pick came into Sunday with only two catches in 17 career NFL games, but Proche stepped up as a reliable option for Lamar Jackson in Denver, tying Mark Andrews for the team lead in catches and finishing second to Marquise Brown in receiving yards. Proche is fighting with Devin Duvernay for the No. 3 spot on the Ravens' depth chart, and this performance may have given him the edge heading into a Week 5 tilt against the Colts.
Proche did not draw a target on six offensive snaps Monday against the Raiders. Proche turned in a strong training camp and preseason to secure a roster spot but did not factor much into Monday's contest. Baltimore leaned on Sammy Watkins, Marquise Brown and Devin Duvernay at receiver for the majority of the game. Proche does not have a clear path to a role as it currently stands. Baltimore hosts Kansas City on Sunday Night Football in Week 2.
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