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Duvernay signed with Jacksonville this offseason, and he's expected to play a prominent role on special teams with the Jaguars. He's only worth drafting with a late-round pick in leagues where you get points for return yardage. The 26-year-old averaged 24.8 yards per kick return during his career in Baltimore and also scored two touchdowns, and he could be an asset with the new kickoff rules for 2024. That said, Duvernay has never averaged more than 7.9 PPR points per game during his four seasons with the Ravens and is limited in his potential as a receiver.

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Year rec
Receiving Yards
Average Yards per Reception
Receiving Touchdowns
Rushing Yards
Average Yards per Rush
Fantasy Points
Fantasy Points per Game
2023 4 18 4.50 15 3.75 20.2
2022 37 407 11.00 3 84 7.00 664.7
3y Avg. 25 232 9.28 2 50 6.25 261.9
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  • Jaguars' Devin Duvernay: Joining Jags

    Duvernay agreed to a two-year, $8.5 million contract twith the Jaguars on Tuesday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Duvernay spent his first four seasons with the Ravens and proved himself to be an All-Pro special-teams player. He projects to return both kicks and punts in Jacksonville while also providing depth at receiver. The 26-year-old averaged 24.8 yards per kick return during his career in Baltimore and also scored two touchdowns.
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  • Ravens' Devin Duvernay: Returning to action Saturday

    Duvernay (back) is listed as active for Saturday's divisional-round game against the Texans. A back issue forced Duvernay to injured reserve for the final four contests of the regular season, but after the Ravens' first-round bye, he was able to log full practices this week and be activated in advance of Saturday's outing. With his status now cleared up, he likely will slot into both return roles due to Tylan Wallace (knee) being sidelined, but Duvernay may have a tough time reentering the WR mix with all of Zay Flowers, Rashod Bateman, Odell Beckham and Nelson Agholor available to Baltimore's offense.
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  • Ravens' Devin Duvernay: Activated from IR, still questionable

    The Ravens activated Duvernay (back) from injured reserve Friday, but he remains questionable for Saturday's divisional-round game against the Texans. Duvernay sat out the last four contests of the regular season due to back spasms, but Friday's transaction has given him a chance to play for the first time since Week 14. Assuming he isn't included among the Ravens' inactives, which will be confirmed about 90 minutes before Saturday's 4:30 p.m. ET kickoff, he's a good bet to resume return duties with Tylan Wallace (knee) sidelined this weekend. In 13 appearances this season, Duvernay has averaged 19.3 yards on nine kick returns and 12.6 yards on 23 punt returns.
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  • Ravens' Devin Duvernay: Unlikely for Week 15

    Duvernay could miss a week or more after suffering a back injury Sunday against the Rams, according to head coach John Harbaugh, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports. Duvernay was dealing with back spasms during the game, which kept the fourth-year pro sidelined. Any time missed moving forward will affect the Ravens' special-teams unit, and to a lesser extent, their depth at wide receiver. Tylan Wallace, who recorded a game-winning punt return for a touchdown in overtime, will likely continue to handle return duties in Duvernay's absence.
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  • Ravens' Devin Duvernay: Won't return against Los Angeles

    Duvernay (back) has been ruled out for the remainder of Sunday's game against the Rams, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.comreports. Duvernay stayed in the locker room after halftime and will not return due to back spasms. Justice Hill was on the field with the kick-return team in Duvernay's stead.
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  • Ravens' Devin Duvernay: Questionable for Thursday

    Duvernay (hamstring) is listed as questionable for Thursday's game against the Bengals. Baltimore's No. 5 receiver and return specialist was added to the injury report Tuesday as a limited participant and then listed as a non-participant Wednesday. If Duvernay is inactive come Thursday, dynamic rookie Keaton Mitchell could be a candidate to replace him as the team's top return man.
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  • Ravens' Devin Duvernay: Resumes running

    Duvernay (foot) has resumed running as he continues to make progress in his recovery from surgery to address a broken fifth metatarsal, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports. Duvernay expressed positivity about his current physical condition, so he appears to be on track to recover before training camp. The wideout suffered a broken fifth metatarsal in his right foot during practice last December. A Pro Bowl return man and a capable slot receiver, Duvernay can look forward to some stability on offense once he's healthy, with Lamar Jackson having been re-signed. Of course, the additions of Odell Beckham and rookie first-round pick Zay Flowers could cap his opportunities.
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  • Ravens' Devin Duvernay: Fractures foot, out for season

    Duvernay sustained a broken foot during Tuesday's practice, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Though the Ravens placed Duvernay on injured reserve Tuesday, the exact nature of his injury wasn't revealed. With Duvernay having now been diagnosed with the fractured foot, he'll face a recovery timetable of approximately two months, which rules him out from returning during the postseason even if Baltimore clinches a spot and makes a deep run. With Duvernay sidelined, Demarcus Robinson, DeSean Jackson, Sammy Watkins and James Proche are candidates to see increased roles in Baltimore's passing game.
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  • Ravens' Devin Duvernay: Heads to IR

    The Ravens placed Duvernay (foot) on injured reserve Tuesday. The nature of the injury Duvernay suffered during Tuesday's practice still isn't fully known, but the Ravens evidently determined the issue was significant enough to sideline the receiver for the remaining three games of the regular season as well as the first round of the postseason, should Baltimore secure a spot. The Ravens claimed Sammy Watkins off waivers from the Packers on Tuesday, adding a healthy body to a depleted receiver room. Tight end Mark Andrews remains the Ravens' clear top option in the passing game, but the absence of Duvernay should at least open up more playing time and perhaps an extra target or two for the likes of Demarcus Robinson, DeSean Jackson, Watkins and James Proche.
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  • Ravens' Devin Duvernay: Injured in practice

    Duvernay suffered a foot injury during Tuesday's practice, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports. The Ravens reportedly are concerned it's a significant injury and have Duvernay undergoing tests Tuesday afternoon. He hasn't seen many targets recently, but Duvernay and Demarcus Robinson have dominated the WR snaps for Baltimore the past month and a half. The Ravens claimed Sammy Watkins off waivers Tuesday in a move that arguably made sense even without the Duvernay injury.
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  • Ravens' Devin Duvernay: Held catchless in win

    Duvernay failed to secure his only target in Sunday's 16-14 win over the Steelers. Duvernay was a complete nonfactor, as the wideout failed to record a reception for the first time this season. With Lamar Jackson (knee) sidelined, the Ravens offense attempted just 17 passes in the contest, and it's hard to trust any of Baltimore's pass catchers as long as he's out. Duvernay projects as a risky play for fantasy purposes in Week 15 on the road against Cleveland.
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  • Ravens' Devin Duvernay: Racks up 99 total yards in win

    Duvernay secured all six targets for 34 yards, returned three kickoffs for 62 yards and returned one punt for three yards in the Ravens' 10-9 win over the Broncos on Sunday. Duvernay finished second on Baltimore in receptions and third in both receiving yards and targets, but outside of his long reception of 13 yards, he posted just 21 on his other five catches. Duvernay's catch total was also a season high, giving him some momentum heading into a Week 14 road matchup versus the Steelers.
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  • Ravens' Devin Duvernay: Suiting up Sunday

    Duvernay (hamstring) is active for Sunday's game against the Panthers. A late addition to the Ravens' Week 12 injury report, Duvernay had been listed as questionable heading into Sunday after the hamstring issue rendered him a limited participant at Friday's practice session. Ultimately, the injury wasn't enough of a concern to prevent Duvernay from suiting up Sunday, and the 25-year-old wideout isn't expected to face any limitations while serving in his usual starting role. Even with the Ravens having been without No. 1 wideout Rashod Bateman (foot) for their last two games and top tight end Mark Andrews for one of them, Duvernay has drawn just two targets between those contests.
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  • Ravens' Devin Duvernay: Expected to play

    Duvernay (hamstring) remains listed as questionable but is expected to suit up for Sunday's contest against the Jaguars, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Duvernay was limited in practice Friday, but he hadn't previously appeared on the Week 12 injury report for Baltimore. Duvernay and Demarcus Robinson (hip) -- who is listed as questionable but also expected to play -- have served as Lamar Jackson's top wideouts with Rashod Bateman (foot) out for the season. However, Duvernay has seen just two targets in his last two games, and he hasn't recorded 50 or more receiving yards since Week 5.
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  • Ravens' Devin Duvernay: Questionable with hamstring injury

    The Ravens list Duvernay as questionable for Sunday's game against the Jaguars due to a hamstring injury. Baltimore hadn't included Duvernay on its Week 12 injury report until he showed up Friday after being limited in practice due to the hamstring issue. It's unclear if the injury was something he brought into Friday or if he suffered the injury during practice and exited early as a result. Whatever the case, the Ravens will offer more clarity on his status with the release of their inactive list 90 minutes prior to Sunday's 1 p.m. ET kickoff. Duvernay has been the Ravens' No. 1 wide receiver in name while Rashod Bateman (foot) has been sidelined with a season-ending injury for the past two games, but he's drawn two combined targets in those contests despite playing 78 percent of the snaps on offense.
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  • Ravens' Devin Duvernay: Held to one catch Sunday

    Duvernay brought in his sole target for three yards, rushed once for four yards and returned two punts for five yards in the Ravens' 13-3 win over the Panthers on Sunday. Duvernay was disappointingly uninvolved on a day when Mark Andrews returned to action from a one-game absence and Demarcus Robinson stepped up with his biggest yardage total since 2019. The speedster's production is still tough to trust on a week-to-week basis, though he'll have a favorable matchup in a Week 12 road battle against an inconsistent Jaguars defense.
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  • Ravens' Devin Duvernay: Struggles again as top receiver

    Duvernay recorded one reception on one target for five yards in Monday's 27-13 win over the Saints. Duvernay seemed to have a clear role heading into the game with both Mark Andrews (shoulder) and Rashod Bateman (foot) sidelined. However, he managed his lone catch on Baltimore's second possession of the game and didn't factor in as a receiver from there. Despite a lack of healthy skill-position players in Baltimore, Duvernay has failed to top 50 receiving yards in four consecutive games.
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  • Ravens' Devin Duvernay: Sleeper WRs

    I'm willing to gamble on Duvernay this week as a No. 3 Fantasy receiver in all leagues. With Rashod Bateman (foot) out and Mark Andrews (shoulder) banged up, we could see more targets headed for Duvernay on a fast surface. Demarcus Robinson could also be a factor, and he just had six catches for 64 yards on eight targets in the game Bateman was injured in Week 8 at Tampa Bay. But Duvernay has the most upside of the group. He scored 16 PPR points against the Buccaneers, and Duvernay now has three games this season with at least 12 PPR points. The Saints have also allowed nine receivers to score at least 13 PPR points this year.
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  • Ravens' Devin Duvernay: Primed for No. 1 receiver role

    Duvernay is expected to serve as the Ravens' No. 1 wide receiver for the rest of the season after head coach John Harbaugh announced Thursday that Rashod Bateman (foot) won't play again in 2022, Jamison Hensley of reports. Tight end Mark Andrews (shoulder/ankle) will most likely continue operating as the No. 1 target for quarterback Lamar Jackson while Bateman is out of the lineup, but Duvernay becomes the clear top option in the Ravens' weak wide-receiver room for the back half of the season. While Bateman was sidelined Weeks 5 and 6, Duvernay put together a 6-68-0 receiving line on 12 targets to go with three carries for 24 yards and a rushing score, production that doesn't immediately vault Duvernay into must-start status. That said, the absence of Bateman can still be viewed as a positive development for Duvernay, given that the seven and five targets he drew in Weeks 5 and 6 are his highest counts of the season. The Ravens have Demarcus Robinson, James Proche, Tylan Wallace and DeSean Jackson available as their other options at receiver, but none of the quartet have been as consistently involved in the passing attack this season as Duvernay.
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  • Ravens' Devin Duvernay: Significant all-purpose role in win

    Duvernay secured all four targets for 31 yards, rushed twice for 33 yards and a touchdown, returned three kickoffs for 72 yards and ran back three punts for 27 yards in the Ravens' 27-22 win over the Buccaneers on Thursday night. Duvernay's extremely busy stat line underscores his importance to the victory. The speedster's 15-yard rushing touchdown midway through the fourth quarter was critical in giving the Ravens some breathing room after the Buccaneers had closed to within 17-13, and it was his first trip to the end zone since Week 3. Duvernay's upside as a receiver is decidedly capped by his team's run-heavy approach, but if he continues to get more opportunities on the ground, it could certainly serve to supplement his overall fantasy production nicely. Duvernay's first opportunity to build on his best all-around performance of the season comes in a Week 9 road matchup against the Saints on Monday night, Nov. 7.
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