Player Outlook
Boykin will attempt to land a gig with the Steelers this preseason, but until he finds meaningful playing time, Fantasy managers shouldn't bother adding him to rosters.

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2021 1 6 6.00 0.00
2020 19 266 14.00 4 0.00 503.1
3y Avg. 11 157 14.27 2 0.00 272.1
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  • Steelers' Miles Boykin: Picked up by Steelers

    Boykin was claimed off waivers by the Steelers on Tuesday, Mike Garafolo of NFL Network reports. The wideout will remain in the AFC North for the time being after he was waived by the Ravens on Monday. Boykin played 32 offensive snaps and was targeted just once in 2021 after starting the season on injured reserve due to a hamstring issue, going on to miss additional time while dealing with various other injuries. He saw 144 special-teams snaps over eight games, however, and could carve out a role for himself with Pittsburgh.
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  • Miles Boykin: Cut by Baltimore

    The Ravens waived Boykin on Monday, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports. Boykin had just one season with more than 300 yards at Notre Dame, yet ended up a third-round pick in the 2019 Draft on the strength of a 4.42-second 40-yard dash and 43.5-inch vertical (at 6-foot-4, 220 pounds). He then started 24 of 32 games his first two seasons in Baltimore, averaging 14.5 yards per contest while primarily serving as a blocker in a run-heavy offense. Boykin does have seven TDs among his 32 career receptions, but he finished 2021 without a catch in eight games and now figures to be on the roster bubble wherever he lands.
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  • Ravens' Miles Boykin: Difficult 2021 season

    Boykin finished the 2021 season with one catch for six yards on one target in eight games. The Notre Dame product's third season in Baltimore was an all-around disappointment. He opened the season on injured reserve with a hamstring injury before a finger injury sidelined him late in the year. When healthy, Boykin logged a total of 32 offensive snaps and played a career-high 144 special-teams snaps. Meanwhile, Baltimore seemed to find its receiving corps of the future with Marquise Brown, Rashod Bateman and Devin Duvernay as the primary wideouts. Boykin may have even been surpassed by James Proche, and the team has a vested interest in seeing what it has in 2021 draft pick Tylan Wallace too. Boykin is entering the final year of his rookie deal and carries a $1.1 million cap hit. If he returns to the Ravens in 2022, it will likely be due to his special teams skills.
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  • Ravens' Miles Boykin: Healthy scratch against Rams

    Boykin (coach's decision) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Rams. Boykin has been active for the Ravens' last two games, though he played only a combined two offensive snaps in that span. With James Proche (coach's decision) also inactive, Sammy Watkins should move closer to a full-time role on offense. Meanwhile, Tylan Wallace will be a key special teams contributor.
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  • Ravens' Miles Boykin: Clear of finger issue

    Boykin (finger) was a full practice participant Wednesday, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports. Boykin sat out the past four games with the finger injury, but he had no limitations at Wednesday's practice. The 25-year-old has one catch for six yards in five games this season and is unlikely to play a significant role in Baltimore's passing game now that he's healthy.
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  • Ravens' Miles Boykin: Won't play Sunday

    Boykin (finger) is out Sunday against the Browns, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports. Boykin will miss his fourth straight game with the injury. The third-year receiver's absence will lead to more potential opportunity for depth wideouts, Tylan Wallace and James Proche.
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  • Ravens' Miles Boykin: Unlikely to play Sunday

    Boykin (finger) is doubtful for Sunday's contest against the Browns. Boykin was limited throughout practice this week, and he is unlikely to play Sunday. The third-year wideout hasn't been available since Week 10, so if he is sidelined again it shouldn't impact the Ravens' offensive rotations.
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  • Ravens' Miles Boykin: Limited in practice

    Boykin (finger) was limited in practice Wednesday, Mary Kay Cabot of The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports. Boykin hasn't played since Week 10 against Miami. He was able to log limited practices last week, so it's hard to say if this is truly progress. The third-year pro will try to return Sunday against the Browns.
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  • Ravens' Miles Boykin: Out for Sunday

    Boykin (finger) will not play Sunday against the Steelers. Boykin has missed the Ravens' previous two games and was considered doubtful for Sunday. James Proche and Tylan Wallace will continue to fill the depth receiver roles for Baltimore.
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  • Ravens' Miles Boykin: Likely out Sunday

    Boykin (finger) is doubtful for Sunday's game against the Steelers. Jonas Shaffer of The Baltimore Sun reports. Boykin has missed the past two games with the finger issue and is unlikely to play Sunday. James Proche and Tylan Wallace should continue to serve as depth wideouts for Baltimore.
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  • Ravens' Miles Boykin: Practices in limited fashion

    Boykin (finger) was a limited participant in Wednesday's practice. Boykin has missed the past two games, but he's making progress in his recovery, as the depth wideout was unable to practice at all last week. Further updates on Boykin's status should surface throughout the week as the Ravens prepare for Sunday's road tilt in Pittsburgh.
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  • Ravens' Miles Boykin: Won't play Sunday

    Boykin (finger) has been declared out for Sunday's game against the Browns, Adam Caplan of SiriusXM NFL Radio reports. Boykin has been unable to practice at all this week, although he was seen working off to the side Wednesday. He'll miss a second straight game with the issue.
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  • Ravens' Miles Boykin: Works out Wednesday

    Boykin (finger) worked off to the side with a trainer during Wednesday's practice session, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports. Boykin missed Sunday's win over the Bears due to a finger injury. Although he was unable to practice in a full capacity Wednesday, it was encouraging to see him working out. Even if the 2019 third-rounder is cleared to return in Week 12, he's unlikely to have a significant fantasy impact.
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  • Ravens' Miles Boykin: Makes first catch of 2021

    Boykin caught his lone target for six yards Sunday against the Chargers. This was Boykin's second game since returning from injury, and though he was more involved on offense than he was in his debut, he was hardly impactful. He played just four snaps and was targeted once. Baltimore got deeper at receiver this past week with Rashod Bateman's debut, so playing time may continue to be hard to come by for Boykin.
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  • Ravens' Miles Boykin: No playing time on offense

    Boykin played zero offensive snaps and 15 special teams snaps in Monday's win over the Colts. Though this was Boykin's 2021 debut, he still didn't factor into the mix on offense. He got plenty of usage on special teams, though. It's particularly discouraging for Boykin that he didn't play on offense despite Sammy Watkins getting hurt during the game. Boykin may be looking at a role primarily on special teams going forward and his role on offense figures to be limited even if he starts getting involved in Week 6 against the Chargers.
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  • Ravens' Miles Boykin: Activated for Week 5

    The Ravens activated Boykin (hamstring) from injured reserve ahead of Monday's game against the Colts, Ryan Mink of Baltimore's official site reports. Boykin presumably will suit up Monday for his season debut, after the hamstring injury he suffered in an Aug. 2 training camp practice sidelined him for the entire preseason and the Ravens' first four regular-season contests. Though he looks healthy again after practicing for the previous two weeks, Boykin could be eased back into the Ravens' receiving corps with a limited role Monday. He was a bit contributor in the passing attack while playing a full 16-game slate in 2020, notching 19 receptions for 266 yards and four touchdowns.
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  • Ravens' Miles Boykin: Expected to debut Monday

    Boykin (hamstring) is expected to make his 2021 debut in Monday's game against the Colts, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports. Although fellow receiver Rashod Bateman (groin) hasn't been cleared to return from injured reserve for Week 5, Boykin likely will be available to make his first appearance of the season. The 2019 third-rounder recorded 19 receptions for 266 yards and four touchdowns last season but could see a decreased role in 2021 with Bateman and Sammy Watkins in the fold.
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  • Ravens' Miles Boykin: Still not available yet

    Boykin (hamstring) was not activated from injured reserve and will miss Sunday's contest against the Broncos, Doug Kyed of Pro Football Focus reports. It's unclear whether Boykin made the trip to Denver like his fellow injured reserve teammate, Rashod Bateman (groin), but in any case it sounds like both wideouts are likely close to making their respective 2021 debuts. Boykin has been a disappointment since joining the Ravens back in 2019 and probably will see a decreased role compared to years past with the emergence of Devin Duvernay coupled with the additions of Sammy Watkins and Bateman.
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  • Ravens' Miles Boykin: Back at practice

    The Ravens designated Boykin (hamstring) to return from injured reserve Wednesday, Ryan Mink of the team's official site reports. Boykin and fellow wideout Rashod Bateman (groin) will both rejoin the Ravens for practice this week after the two missed the first three games with their respective injuries. Given that Boykin hasn't logged any on-field work since Aug. 2 due to the hamstring injury, he won't be a lock to play Sunday in Denver, as he may need more than one week of practice before the Ravens are comfortable activating him from IR and adding him to the 53-man roster. Baltimore will have a 21-day window with which to evaluate Boykin for a return from IR.
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  • Ravens' Miles Boykin: Will practice this week

    Coach John Harbaugh said Monday that Boykin (hamstring) will practice this week, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports. Boykin began the season on IR, so he's eligible to return this week if healthy. The 25-year-old appeared in 16 contests for the Ravens last year and caught 19 passes for 266 yards and four touchdowns. When active, he'll likely compete with James Proche and Devin Duvernay as the No. 3 wideout behind Sammy Watkins and Marquise Brown. Rookie first-round pick Rashod Bateman also is eligible to return off IR this week, but it's unclear how big of a role he'll have in his first season.
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