Player Outlook
The Ravens typically don't pass as much as other teams. That hurts any upside Duvernay has as the potential slot receiver this season. Tight end Mark Andrews figures to lead the team in receiving with second-year wideout Rashod Bateman behind him. Duvernay would not only need to clinch the golden opportunity to play every down but also pick up gobs of yards on the limited targets he'd get. There isn't enough here to recommend Duvernay as even a sleeper-worthy receiver in full PPR.

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2021 33 272 8.24 2 50 7.14 442.8
2020 20 201 10.05 70 17.50 271.7
3y Avg. 26 236 9.08 1 60 10.00 352.2
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  • 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: Earns All-Pro honors as returner

    Duvernay finished the season with 33 catches for 272 yards and two touchdowns on 47 targets. He was also was voted to the first-team All-Pro team as a punt returner, Jonas Shaffer of The Baltimore Sun reports. The second-year player out of Texas made his biggest impact in the return game as he finished second in the league in punt return yards and led the NFL in punt returns of 20-or-more yards with six. In terms of his role on offense, Duvernay consistently played over a third of the snaps but never played more than 50 percent of the snaps in any game. Baltimore deployed Duvernay on short routes for the most part, as evidenced by his 6.2 aDOT. He was efficient with those looks, catching 70 percent of his targets and finishing the year with zero drops. He projects to be the No.3 receiver in the offense in 2022 as the primary slot alongside Marquise Brown and Rashod Bateman.
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  • Ravens' Devin Duvernay: Will play Sunday

    Duvernay (ankle) is active Sunday against the Steelers. Duvernay was questionable coming into the weekend, but he did log a full practice Friday and is good to go against the Steelers. He should fill his usual roles as a depth wideout and return man for the Ravens.
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  • Ravens' Devin Duvernay: Questionable for Week 18

    Duvernay (ankle) is listed as questionable for Sunday's contest against the Steelers, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports. Duvernay logged a full practice Friday, so he will likely be available for the regular season finale. The second-year wideout has operated as Baltimore's primary punt returner this season, but he also has recorded multiple receptions in four straight games. If he's unable to suit up, James Proche would likely handle the majority of Duvernay's duties on special teams and on offense.
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  • Ravens' Devin Duvernay: Two grabs in return

    Duvernay caught two of three targets for 19 yards against the Rams and added a four-yard carry. The second-year man out of Texas returned from a one-game absence and played 42 percent of Baltimore's offensive snaps. He has recorded over 20 receiving yards just once in his last four games and has not scored a touchdown since Week 9. Through 15 games, Duvernay has impressed in some areas and disappointed in others. He has a strong catch rate at 70 percent with zero drops, but his YPT is down to 5.8 from 7.7 as a rookie despite having almost identical aDOT (6.2 in 2021, 6.3 in 2020), and his YAC figure is down by 1.3 yards from 2020. Duvernay appears to have moved ahead of Sammy Watkins but remains the No. 4 option in the passing game behind Mark Andrews, Marquise Brown and rookie Rashod Bateman. Baltimore caps off its regular season Sunday against Pittsburgh.
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  • Ravens' Devin Duvernay: Cleared for Week 17

    Duvernay (ankle) is active for Sunday's game against the Rams. Though Baltimore listed Duvernay as questionable heading into Sunday, he cleared up most of the concern about his health by practicing fully Friday. He'll likely serve as the Ravens' No. 4 receiver moving forward, as Sammy Watkins should be ready to handle a greater role after being limited to just three snaps in last week's loss to the Bengals in his first game back from the reserve/COVID-19 list.
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  • Ravens' Devin Duvernay: Logs full practice

    Duvernay (ankle) was a full practice participant Friday and is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Rams. Duvneray's full participation in practice suggests he's on track to play this weekend, likely resuming his role as Baltimore's slot receiver and return specialist. There's not much upside for Duvernay's target volume if Marquise Brown (illness), Rashod Bateman and Sammy Watkins all play, but Brown is listed as questionable and appears in more danger than Duvernay of missing the game. It's also unclear if starting quarterback Lamar Jackson (ankle) will play.
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  • Ravens' Devin Duvernay: Not back at practice

    Duvernay (ankle) didn't practice Wednesday, Jonas Shaffer of The Baltimore Sun reports. The slot receiver missed every practice last week and was listed as doubtful before he was ultimately inactive in Baltimore's loss to Cincinnati. Coming off his first absence of the season, Duvernay isn't looking great to make it back for Week 16. He's averaging only 2.2 catches for 18.1 yards per game, but he leads the NFL with 360 punt return yards, and he also handles kickoffs most of the time. Last week, James Proche and Tylan Wallace took on return duties for Baltimore.
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  • Ravens' Devin Duvernay: Dealing with ankle injury

    Coach John Harbaugh said Monday that Duvernay is considered day-to-day with an ankle injury, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports. Duvernay's snap count decreased in Sunday's loss to the Packers, and his ankle injury provides an explanation for his lack of playing time. The Ravens presumably will monitor his status in practice this week before determining his availability for Sunday's game against Cincinnati. If Duvernay is unable to play Week 16, Miles Boykin and James Proche could see an uptick in playing time.
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  • Ravens' Devin Duvernay: Two grabs against Steelers

    Duvernay had two catches for 21 yards on three targets Sunday against Pittsburgh. The second-year man also had an eight-yard rush wiped out by a penalty. Duvernay played the second-most snaps among Baltimore receivers, out-snapping Sammy Watkins and Rashod Bateman by 10 and 11 snaps, respectively. Still, he only saw three targets, which ranked fifth on the team. Duvernay continues to see consistent playing time, but his target volume tends to stay below five most weeks. Baltimore travels to Cleveland in Week 14.
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  • Ravens' Devin Duvernay: Cleared to face Steelers

    Duvernay (thigh) doesn't carry an injury designation into Sunday's game against the Steelers, Jonas Shaffer of The Baltimore Sun reports. Duvernay upgraded his activity level with each subsequent practice and ended up avoiding an injury designation altogether. Most of Duvernay's impact comes as a return man on special teams, though he also provides depth at wide receiver on offense.
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  • Ravens' Devin Duvernay: Back at practice Thursday

    Duvernay (thigh) returned to practice Thursday, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports. Duvernay missed Wednesday's practice due to a thigh injury, but it appears that was more of a maintenance day than a cause for further concern. The second-year wideout should occupy his usual role as the Ravens' return man on special teams while also playing a handful of snaps on offense Sunday in Pittsburgh.
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  • Ravens' Devin Duvernay: Dealing with thigh injury

    Duvernay didn't practice Wednesday due to a thigh injury. Duvernay hasn't lost too many snaps since Sammy Watkins returned from injured reserve, as Watkins has mostly been quiet or else poaching some work from Rashod Bateman. That said, Duvernay has just two games with more than four targets all season, and none with more than six. Given the team's depth at wide receiver, replacing Duvernay on special teams (he returns both kicks and punts) might be the greater challenge. It isn't yet clear if he's in serious danger of missing the game in Pittsburgh this Sunday.
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  • Ravens' Devin Duvernay: Quiet in win

    Duvernay caught one of two targets for two yards and added one carry for the 13 yards in Sunday's 16-10 win over the Browns. Duvernay continued to have a limited role of offense with Marquise Brown back in the lineup following a one-game absence. The 24-year-old wideout was on the field for 35 offensive snaps, with his total matching Sammy Watkins and being just one fewer than rookie Rashod Bateman. With so many mouths to feed in Baltimore, Duvernay can't be trusted for fantasy purposes.
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  • Ravens' Devin Duvernay: Logs full practice Thursday

    Duvernay (knee/chest) was listed as a full practice participant Thursday. With that, it appears as though Duvernay's limitations Wednesday were maintenance-related. He now appears to be on track to suit up Sunday night against the Browns, though ultimately Duvernay's Week 12 fantasy upside depends in large part on the status of Marquise Brown (thigh), who was inactive this past weekend but has been practicing in a limited fashion this week.
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  • Ravens' Devin Duvernay: Gets Week 11 injury tag

    Duvernay is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Bears after he was a limited participant in Friday's practice due to a knee injury. Duvernay didn't appear on either of the Ravens' first two injury reports of the week, so his late addition could be indicative of an in-practice setback. In any case, the Ravens weren't discouraged enough by Duvernay's knee issue to rule him out for Sunday's contest, so he'll still have a chance to avoid the inactive list. If Duvernay ends up sitting out this weekend, the Ravens could need Sammy Watkins to handle a larger role at receiver after he played only one-third of Baltimore's offensive snaps last week against the Dolphins in his return from a three-game absence due to a thigh injury.
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