Miles Boykin

#80 WR / Baltimore Ravens / EXP: 2YRS Height: 6-4 Weight: 220 lb Age: 24 College: Notre Dame Bye 7

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  • by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

    Ravens' Miles Boykin: Minor impact again

    Miles Boykin caught one of two targets for 11 yards Sunday against the Eagles.It was another nondescript outing from Boykin, who has yet to go over 40 yards or four catches in any game this season. His playing time the past three weeks has dipped down below a 60 percent snap share in each of those games, and Sunday's percentage was just 45. Meanwhile, rookie Devin Duvernay slowly but surely is playing more snaps each week. The Baltimore Ravens said in the lead-up to Sunday's game that they were looking to get Boykin more involved, but that certainly wasn't the case. He'll be on a bye before returning to action Week 8 against the Steelers.

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    Ravens' Miles Boykin: Good to go Week 6

    Miles Boykin (thigh) is active for Sunday's game against the Eagles.Boykin was added to the Baltimore Ravens' injury report after a thigh issue limited his activity in the team's final practice of the week Friday, but he moved around well enough in pregame warmups to gain clearance. After playing more than two-thirds of the Ravens' offensive snaps in each of the first three games of the season, Boykin lost work to rookie Devin Duvernay in both of the past two contests. Boykin played 54 percent of the snaps Week 4 and 57 percent of the snaps Week 5, logging two of six receptions for 28 yards between those games.

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    Ravens' Miles Boykin: Added to injury report

    Miles Boykin is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Eagles due to a thigh injury, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports.Boykin was a new addition to Friday's injury report, as Zrebiec notes, a hint that he could have picked up his thigh issue during practice. The second-year pro was held without a catch on two targets Week 5, and he has yet to surpass 40 receiving yards in a game this season. If Boykin were forced to miss any time, it could provide rookies Devin Duvernay and James Proche additional opportunities to work their way into Baltimore's offense.

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    Ravens' Miles Boykin: No catches Sunday

    Miles Boykin was held without a catch on two targets over 36 snaps Sunday against the Bengals.Boykin continues to struggle to find his footing in the passing game. He hasn't seen more than five targets in any game this season and he has just three catches for 36 yards over his last three games. Coach John Harbaugh said during Monday's press conference that the team wants to get Boykin "more involved" according to Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic. Even if this is true, Boykin won't see more targets than Marquise Brown or Mark Andrews. Boykin will have a chance to be more involved Sunday against the Eagles.

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    Ravens' Miles Boykin: Light production Sunday

    Miles Boykin caught two of four targets for 28 yards Sunday against the Football Team.Boykin played a season-low 54 percent of the snaps -- 31 total -- and he would have only had one catch for 13 yards on three targets if not for a 15-yard gain on a fake punt pass from Sam Koch. Earlier in the season, Boykin was at least playing the majority of the snaps on offense. Sunday may be the start of a bad trend for Boykin if his snaps and targets don't tick back up against the Bengals in Week 5, particularly now that rookies like Devin Duvernay and James Proche seem to be working their way into roles.

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    Ravens' Miles Boykin: One catch on MNF

    Miles Boykin hauled in one of two targets for eight receiving yards during Monday's 34-20 loss to Kansas City.Boykin didn't have a prolific night on the stat sheet, but neither did any other member of the Baltimore Ravens' receiving corps. Marquise Brown led Baltimore wide receivers with 13 yards, while the collective group of Boykin, Brown, Devin Duvernay and Willie Snead only combined for a measly 32 receiving yards. The matchup isn't ideal in Week 4 for Boykin and the Ravens' passing attack, as they face a Washington team that ranks among the league's toughest defenses in terms of both catches (36) and touchdowns (one) allowed to opposing wideouts.

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    Ravens' Miles Boykin: Four grabs against Texans

    Miles Boykin caught four of five targets for 38 yards Sunday against the Texans.Boykin is playing a high percentage of the snaps and has been effective on a per-target basis (8.3 YPT), but he is not being used downfield. He's averaging just 28.0 air yards per game through two weeks, and his average depth of target checks in at 6.2 yards, which is just the seventh percentile among all NFL receivers. That said, Boykin has used his standout athleticism to average 5.3 yards after the catch. Boykin is playing well enough to keep his high snap count but Marquise Brown and Mark Andrews remain the top two targets in this offense.

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    Ravens' Miles Boykin: Three grabs in opener

    Miles Boykin caught three of his four targets for 37 yards Sunday against the Browns.The second-year wideout was mostly efficient with his targets, but it's the one target he missed that sticks out as he had a ball bounce off his hands in the end zone for what would have been a touchdown. Still, Boykin had the most snaps of any Baltimore Ravens receiver and saw the second-most targets. Marquise Brown and Mark Andrews remain the primary pass catchers for the Ravens, but there's room in the offense for Boykin to take the next step and become a consistent contributor. Boykin and the Ravens will go to Houston to take on the Texans in Week 2.

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    Ravens' Miles Boykin: Making strides in Year 2

    Miles Boykin has shown marked improvement during training camp, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports.Finding a reliable option opposite Marquise Brown has been a major storyline for the Baltimore Ravens all offseason. Veteran Dez Bryant worked out for the team last week but left without a contract, and it's possible that Boykin's improved play was a factor in Baltimore electing not to sign the three-time Pro Bowler. Boykin had an underwhelming rookie season, drawing just 22 targets while playing fewer snaps than Seth Roberts. Though Boykin was productive when targeted, catching three touchdowns and averaging 9.0 YPT, his lack of looks per snap suggests that he has some work to do in terms of getting open in coverage. Boykin is extremely athletic, and if his maturation as a receiver starts to match up with his raw gifts, he can be an impact player in Baltimore's low-volume, high-efficiency passing attack.

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    Ravens' Miles Boykin: Joined by two new receivers

    Miles Boykin will face added competition for targets after the Baltimore Ravens drafted a pair of receivers over the weekend, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports.The heat was already on Boykin after he underperformed as a rookie, and the Ravens' selections of Devin Duvernay and James Proche means that the team wasn't satisfied with what it had at receiver before the draft. One mark in Boykin's favor is that neither Duvernay or Proche are built to take his spot in three-wide sets as both are projected slot receivers. That said, Boykin is at risk of getting passed over for targets, especially if Duvernay is a quick study. Boykin has a lot to prove this offseason to live up to his billing as a third-round pick in 2019.