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AFC North Standings

Team Div Overall
1-2-0 8-4-0
3-1-0 7-5-0
2-2-0 6-5-1
1-2-0 6-6-0

2021 Receiving

Receiving Yards
Average Yards per Reception
Receiving Touchdowns
Longest Reception
Regular Season 8 118 14.8 0 32

Top James Proche News

  • Ravens' James Proche: Inactive Thursday

    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.

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  • Ravens' James Proche: Held without a catch Sunday

    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.

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  • Ravens' James Proche: Two grabs against Colts

    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.

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  • Ravens' James Proche: Makes splash in Week 4 win

    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.

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  • Ravens' James Proche: No targets in opener

    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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  • Ravens' James Proche: Scores TD in blowout

    Proche caught each of his four targets for 52 yards and a touchdown in Saturday's 37-3 preseason win over Washington.

    Proche put his stamp on the route with an emphatic contested catch in the end zone for a 20-yard touchdown in the third quarter. He's been one of the standouts of Baltimore training camp, but he's still getting most of his work with backups even as the Ravens deal with a number of injuries at wide receiver. Proche still seems more likely to get Week 1 touches on special teams, if at all, but it is possible he gets some snaps on offense, especially if Marquise Brown (hamstring) and/or Sammy Watkins (undisclosed) don't make it back for the opener.

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  • Ravens' James Proche: Resumes practicing

    Proche (back) is participating in Wednesday's practice, Jamison Hensley of reports.

    Proche departed Monday's session early due to back cramps, and he skipped Tuesday's practice entirely, but he now appears healthy. He stands to resume handling increased opportunities in Baltimore's wide receiving corps, which is still operating without Marquise Brown (hamstring), Sammy Watkins (undisclosed), Rashod Bateman (groin) and Miles Boykin (hamstring).

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  • Ravens' James Proche: Ends practice early

    Proche suffered a back injury at Monday's practice, Jonas Shaffer of The Baltimore Sun reports.

    Coach John Harbaugh said Proche is dealing with cramps, per Jamison Hensley of After Proche suffered his injury Monday, he remained on the field with a trainer but did not resume handling any reps. The Ravens are already operating without all of Marquise Brown (hamstring), Sammy Watkins (undisclosed) and Rashod Bateman (groin) in their wide receiver corps.

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  • Ravens' James Proche: Making waves early in camp

    Proche has impressed through the early part of training camp, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports.

    The second-year receiver is doing exactly what he needed to in order to secure his roster spot after the Ravens added several wideouts during the offseason. Proche, who recorded just one catch as a rookie, reportedly has been the most productive receiver in practice thus far and is showing reliable hands and an ability to get open. At this rate, Proche should make the team, though he'd likely open the year well down the depth chart.

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  • Ravens' James Proche: Quiet rookie season

    Proche played 25 offensive snaps as a rookie for the Ravens, recording one catch for 14 yards on three targets. He added 198 yards on punt returns.

    The SMU product did not crack the receiver rotation in his first season with the Ravens. Marquise Brown, Mark Andrews and Willie Snead combined for 60 percent of the targets, while players like Miles Boykin, Devin Duvernay and late-season addition Dez Bryant saw modest roles in the passing game. As a sixth-round pick with below-average athletic measurables, it's not entirely surprising that Proche was lightly used as a rookie. His 2020 season should be considered more of an incomplete grade than an outright disappointment. If Willie Snead is not retained, Proche could have a path to slot snaps in 2021. He did catch 111 passes and 15 touchdowns in his last collegiate season.

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  • Ravens' James Proche: Healthy scratch Sunday

    Proche (coach's decision) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Giants.

    The rookie sixth-rounder will sit out for the first time this season with Chris Moore (hand) back in the lineup. Through 14 games, Proche has mainly contributed in the return game. Either Marquise Brown or Willie Snead will fill in on punt returns in Proche's place.

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  • Ravens' James Proche: Back from COVID-19 list

    The Ravens activated Proche (undisclosed) from the reserve/COVID-19 list Saturday, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports.

    Proche will return from the COVID-19 list before actually being forced to miss any time. Count on the rookie sixth-round pick to serve as Baltimore's top punt returner versus the Jaguars on Sunday.

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  • Ravens' James Proche: Optimistic for Week 15

    Coach John Harbaugh said Friday that Proche is "on track" to be activated from the reserve/COVID-19 list for Sunday's game against the Jaguars, Jonas Shaffer of The Baltimore Sun reports.

    Proche was considered a close contact to an infected person. As long as he continues to test negative, he'll be available for Sunday's game. Proche rarely contributes on offense, but he's the team's top punt returner. Through 13 games, Proche has averaged 8.3 yards per return (12th in the league).

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  • Ravens' James Proche: Could still play Week 15

    Coach John Harbaugh stated that Proche has been identified as a close contact to someone who tested positive for COVID-19, Jamison Hensley of reports.

    Though Proche won't be available to practice with the team Thursday after being placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list, the sixth-round rookie is expected to be available Week 15 if he continues to test negative. The SMU product collected the first catch of his NFL career Week 11 against the Titans, but he remains without a reception over his other 12 appearances on the season.

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  • Ravens' James Proche: Hits COVID list

    The Ravens placed Proche on the reserve/COVID-19 list Wednesday.

    Proche was placed on the list due to coming into close contact with someone who tested positive for COVID-19. Per coach John Harbaugh, Proche still could play in Sunday's game against the Jaguars despite not practicing this week if he continues to test negative in the coming days, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports. Along with Proche, the team also placed receivers Marquise Brown and Miles Boykin on the list Wednesday.

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  • Ravens' James Proche: Catches first pass

    Proche caught his lone target for 14 yards and returned one punt for seven yards during Sunday's loss to the Titans.

    The rookie sixth-round pick recorded the first catch of his NFL career during the third quarter, which was his only offensive snap of the contest. Proche's only consistent role for the Ravens is handling punt-return duties.

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  • Ravens' James Proche: Could make impact in return game

    Proche is the favorite to take over as the team's primary returner following De'Anthony Thomas' decision to opt out of the 2020 season, Jamison Hensley of reports.

    The rookie out of SMU still has his work cut out for him in terms of making an impact on offense, but Proche will likely get the chance to contribute on special teams right away. Proche logged 50 punt returns in college and averaged a career-best 9.6 yards per return in 2019. However, Proche (4.63 40-yard dash) lacks standout speed, so it's not a lock that he'll remain the team's returner all season.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 5-11, 201 lbs
Birthplace: Dallas, TX
Age: 25
School: SMU
Experience: 2