Nick Boyle

#86 TE / Baltimore Ravens / EXP: 5YRS Height: 6-4 Weight: 270 lb Age: 26 College: Delaware Bye 8

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    Ravens' Nick Boyle: One catch Sunday

    Nick Boyle caught one of three targets for 14 yards Sunday against the Cardinals.Boyle has seen three targets in each of the first two games, catching four for 40 yards. He is behind only Willie Snead in snap percentage (59 percent) and is surprisingly third on the team in targets. His blocking ability keeps him on the field consistently, but he's unlikely to remain this high up in the target pecking order as the season progresses. Boyle and the Baltimore Ravens will travel to Arrowhead to face the Chiefs in Week 3.

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    Ravens' Nick Boyle: Snags three passes

    Nick Boyle caught all of his targets for 26 total yards during Sunday's 59-10 win over Miami.Boyle ended the game with more snaps than fellow tight end Mark Andrews, 43 to 32, but with a fraction of the production as Andrews ended with 108 yards and score. Based on their pasts, that dynamic is likely to continue, though it's hard to read too much into a game that got out of hand as early as Sunday's. Next up is an Arizona defense that allowed Lions rookie T. J. Hockenson to post a historic debut.

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    Ravens' Nick Boyle: Inks extension with Baltimore

    Nick Boyle and the Baltimore Ravens have agreed to a three-year contract extension worth $18 million, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.At first glance, it seems like a hefty payday for a tight end with just 75 receptions in his four-year NFL career, especially considering Boyle will see nearly $10 million in guaranteed money. But pass-catching has never been the focal point for Boyle, who excels as a blocker and does so on the great majority of his snaps. This was valued enough by the Ravens to grant the 26-year-old a new contract, but Mark Andrews and Hayden Hurst likely remain ahead of Boyle in the pecking order for targets at the position.

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    Ravens' Nick Boyle: New career high in yards

    Nick Boyle caught 23 of 37 targets for 213 yards in 2018.The fourth-year player out of Delaware set a new career high in receiving yards but is still searching for that elusive first touchdown. Boyle was also a major staple in the offense as a whole, playing 55 percent of the offensive snaps and adding value as a run blocker. The Baltimore Ravens did spend two 2018 draft picks on tight ends, which may signal the end of Boyle and Maxx Williams' time in Baltimore once they hit free agency this offseason.

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    Ravens' Nick Boyle: Cleared for Week 16

    Nick Boyle (concussion) is active for Saturday's game against the Chargers.Boyle was listed as questionable but he had already cleared the concussion protocol, making his availability unsurprising. The 25-year-old should continue in his low-volume role at tight end for the Baltimore Ravens with Mark Andrews and Hayden Hurst both healthy.

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    Ravens' Nick Boyle: Clears concussion protocol

    Nick Boyle is listed as questionable for Saturday's game against the Chargers, despite having cleared the NFL's concussion protocol, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports.Boyle missed the Week 15 win over the Buccaneers due to the head injury but stands a good chance at playing Saturday. Coach John Harbaugh labeled Boyle a game-time decision, so official word on the tight end's status likely won't come until the Baltimore Ravens release their inactive list 90 minutes prior to the 8:20 p.m. EST kickoff.

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    Ravens' Nick Boyle: Practices Wednesday

    Nick Boyle (concussion) took part in Wednesday's practice session, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports.Boyle didn't participate in practice Tuesday, so his graduation to at least limited participation Wednesday vastly improves his chances of suiting up for Saturday's matchup with the Chargers. He will still need to be cleared from the league's concussion protocol to do so.

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    Ravens' Nick Boyle: Non-participant Tuesday

    Nick Boyle (concussion) did not participate in Tuesday's walk-through, The Athletic's Jeff Zrebiec reports.Boyle remains subject to the league's concussion protocol after suffering a head injury during Sunday's win over the Buccaneers. His status must improve throughout the week before he potentially becomes available for Saturday's tilt against the Chargers, though the Baltimore Ravens have several complementary options at tight end, including Mark Andrews, Hayden Hurst and Maxx Williams.

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    Ravens' Nick Boyle: Ruled out Sunday

    Nick Boyle was ruled out after suffering a concussion in Sunday's game against Tampa Bay.Boyle had been seeing the majority of snaps primarily as a blocking tight end for the Baltimore Ravens, the offense wouldn't be impacted negatively if he is forced to miss time. Mark Andrews and Hayden Hurst would stand to benefit if Boyle is sidelined for any period of time.

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    Ravens' Nick Boyle: Sees minor passing game role

    Nick Boyle caught one of two targets for seven yards against the Falcons.Boyle saw the most snaps of any Baltimore tight end, seeing 50 total while Mark Andrews saw 32 and Hayden Hurst played 21. However, Boyle mostly functioned as a blocker while Andrews and several other players saw more targets. Boyle is still a cog in the offense, but most of his utility is outside the fantasy scope.