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Top Devin Duvernay News

  • Ravens' Devin Duvernay: Not in line to play Thursday

    Duvernay is unlikely to play in Thursday's preseason game against the Titans, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports.

    Duvernay missed some time in the middle of training camp due to a thigh bruise, the result of a collision with safety Chuck Clark. The third-year wide receiver returned to the practice field this past Saturday, but the Ravens won't take any chances with their likely No. 2 option at the position this season. With all of Duvernay, Rashod Bateman and James Proche (undisclosed) not in uniform ahead of Thursday's kickoff, Tylan Wallace, Jaylon Moore and Binjimen Victor, among others, will be the wideouts available to Baltimore.

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  • Ravens' Devin Duvernay: Returns to camp

    Duvernay (thigh) returned to practice Saturday, Jonas Shaffer of The Baltimore Sun reports.

    A collision with safety Chuck Clark had Duvernay on the mend for a week, but he luckily avoided a serious injury and finally made it back on the field after the team chose to be cautious with its No. 2 wide receiver. Fellow wideout Rashod Bateman is also dealing with an undisclosed injury, so Duvernay's return is a sigh of relief for the Ravens, who are already thin at the position after the departures of Marquise Brown and Sammy Watkins in the offseason.

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  • Ravens' Devin Duvernay: Approaching return to practice

    Coach John Harbaugh said Friday that Duvernay (thigh) is closing in on a return to practice, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports.

    Duvernay has been tending to a bruised thigh since colliding with safety Chuck Clark in practice Saturday. Harbaugh noted Duvernay likely could have got back on the field by Friday, but the team instead exercised caution so as not to press the issue in advance of exhibition season. At the same time, Harbaugh relayed to Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com that Rashod Bateman didn't practice Friday due to a minor undisclosed injury, meaning the Ravens' top two wide receivers are unavailable at the moment.

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  • Ravens' Devin Duvernay: Dealing with thigh bruise

    Duvernay missed a third straight practice Wednesday due to a thigh bruise, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports.

    The injury doesn't sound serious, but every missed day of practice counts for a third-year player fighting for a role behind Rashod Bateman in the youngest receiving corps in the league. A lot of Baltimore's offseason moves point to more heavy formations and run plays in 2022, but the team still needs at least one wideout to step up behind Bateman as a functional starter. Duvernay, James Proche and Tylan Wallace are seemingly the top candidates for the second and third spots.

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  • Ravens' Devin Duvernay: Avoids serious injury

    Duvernay avoided a serious injury after colliding with Chuck Clark during Saturday's training camp practice, Clifton Brown of the Ravens' official website reports.

    Coach John Harbaugh said that Duvernay suffered a thigh bruise, and while the wideout sat out the rest of practice, he could've resumed action if necessary. "He hit his thigh, so good news, nothing serious there," Harbaugh said. The 2020 third-round pick faces a real opportunity to earn a more prolific role on offense heading into his third NFL season, especially after Baltimore's trade of Marquise Brown to Arizona and Sammy Watkins' departure to Green Bay.

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  • Ravens' Devin Duvernay: Aiming for starting role

    Duvernay hopes to earn a starting role in Baltimore's offense when training camp begins, Clifton Brown of the Ravens' official site reports.

    Duvernay is facing a real opportunity to earn a more prolific role on offense heading into his third NFL season, especially following Baltimore's trade of Marquise Brown to Arizona and with Sammy Watkins now in Green Bay. The expectation is that 2021 first-round pick Rashod Bateman will step up as the Ravens' top wideout, but Duvernay could be a candidate for the No. 2 gig. Duvernay, a 2020 third-round pick, put together a 33-272-2 receiving line on 47 targets in 16 games last season while also earning All-Pro honors as a return man.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 5-11, 200 lbs
Birthplace: Sachse, TX
Age: 24
School: Texas
Experience: 3