Duvernay (thigh) didn't practice Wednesday. Duvernay hasn't lost too many snaps with Sammy Watkins back from injured reserve, as Watkins has mostly been quiet or else poaching some work from Rashod Bateman. That said, Duvernay has just two games with more than four targets all season, and none with more than six. Given the team's depth at wide receiver, replacing Duvernay on special teams (he returns both kicks and punt) might be the greater challenge. It isn't yet clear if he's in serious danger of missing the game in Pittsburgh this Sunday.
Duvernay caught one of two targets for two yards and added one carry for the 13 yards in Sunday's 16-10 win over the Browns. Duvernay continued to have a limited role of offense with Marquise Brown back in the lineup following a one-game absence. The 24-year-old wideout was on the field for 35 offensive snaps, with his total matching Sammy Watkins and being just one fewer than rookie Rashod Bateman. With so many mouths to feed in Baltimore, Duvernay can't be trusted for fantasy purposes.
Duvernay (knee/chest) was listed as a full practice participant Thursday. With that, it appears as though Duvernay's limitations Wednesday were maintenance-related. He now appears to be on track to suit up Sunday night against the Browns, though ultimately Duvernay's Week 12 fantasy upside depends in large part on the status of Marquise Brown (thigh), who was inactive this past weekend but has been practicing in a limited fashion this week.
Duvernay was limited at practice Wednesday with knee and chest injuries. Duvernay was listed as questionable ahead of the Ravens' Week 11 game against the Bears due to a knee issue, but he now has an additional health concern coming out of that contest. With that in mind, the wideout -- who caught four passes for 37 yards in Baltimore's win over Chicago -- will need to practice fully by the end of the week in order to avoid an injury designation in advance of Sunday's game against the Browns. In any case, Duvernay's Week 12 fantasy upside is largely tied to the status of Marquise Brown (thigh), who was inactive versus Chicago but logged a limited session Wednesday.
Duvernay secured four of six targets for 37 yards in Sunday's 16-13 win over the Bears. Duvernay operated behind fellow wideouts Sammy Watkins and Rashod Bateman, playing just 54 percent of the Ravens' offensive snaps despite Marquise Brown (thigh) being out for the contest. The offense struggled to get things going through the air in general with Lamar Jackson (illness) sidelined and Tyler Huntley at the helm, however. Duvernay is hard to trust for fantasy purposes, as the 24-year-old will likely continue to see inconsistent playing time and minimal targets in the passing game. The Ravens host the Browns in Week 12.
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