Duvernay was targeted twice and caught a five-yard pass in Sunday's 30-24 loss to the Titans.
Duvernay started off Week 11 with an impressive 37-yard kick return, and he added a short reception on the second drive of the game. He received his second target of the game late in the third quarter on a deep pass from Lamar Jackson. Duvernay failed to track it, though, and Amani Hooker ended up intercepting the pass. While the rookie third-round pick has shown flashes this year, his fantasy value remains low with no touchdowns and no games with more than 45 receiving yards.
Duvernay caught all three of his targets for 45 yards Sunday against the Patriots.
The rookie is quietly coming along and getting more involved in the offense. Duvernay played his highest snap share of the season Sunday (55 percent) and has played 99 snaps in three games since the bye compared to Miles Boykin's 75. The rookie is mostly being used on the left side of the formation, mixing between outside and slot duties. Duvernay faces a shaky Tennessee secondary on Sunday.
Duvernay lost a yard on his only carry during Sunday's 24-10 win over Indianapolis.
For the first time in his career, Duvernay failed to draw a target while Baltimore leaned heavily on his rushing attack. The rookie third-round pick was listed as questionable with a thigh injury before suiting up, and he did still contribute on kick returns, so it's possible that the Ravens were simply trying to preserve Duvernay's health by lessening his workload. He'll look to get back on track Week 10 against the Patriots.
Duvernay (thigh) is listed as active Sunday against the Colts.
Duvernay's out there if you need him, but so far the 2020 third-rounder hasn't had steady volume in the Baltimore passing offense, a context that has yielded the 5-foot-11, 200-pounder an 11/129/0 stat line through seven games. In the Ravens' Week 8 loss to the Steelers, Duvernay's lone catch (on three targets) went for a 39-yard gain.
Duvernay was limited in practice Friday due to a thigh injury and is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Colts, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports.
Duvernay has been a source of big plays for the Ravens recently, but he's thus far gotten by on limited volume, as he hasn't topped three targets in any game this season. Given that he didn't appear on the Ravens' first two injury reports of the week, Duvernay may have hurt his thigh at some point during Friday's practice. Clarity on Duvernay's Week 9 status will arrive when the team releases its inactive list approximately 90 minutes before Sunday's 1 p.m. ET kickoff.
Duvernay caught one of three targets for 39 yards against the Steelers.
The rookie was responsible for Baltimore's longest play from scrimmage -- a 39-yarder to help put the Ravens in scoring position. Duvernay may start becoming a bigger part of this offense, too. Miles Boykin continues to see his snap share decline while Duvernay played 37 snaps -- good for a 45 percent snap share -- that represented a career-high. Duvernay and the Ravens face the Colts in Indianapolis on Sunday.
Duvernay caught all three of his targets for 31 yards Sunday against the Eagles.
The rookie continues to make the most of his opportunities, having caught 10 of his 12 targets for 90 yards through six games. His snap count ticked up Sunday as well, seeing 26 snaps for 36 percent of the Ravens' total offensive plays. Sunday marked the highest snap count of Duvernay's young career by eight plays. The Ravens are on a bye Week 7, and it would not be surprising to see them try to get the rookie more involved when they return to action.
Duvernay caught both of his targets for 17 yards and added a 42-yard rush Sunday against the Bengals.
The rookie showed his explosiveness on an end-around that went 42 yards, but that was his lone splash play of the day. Baltimore's passing game couldn't get in gear otherwise with just 19 completions for 180 yards, so Duvernay's lack of output in that facet of the game wasn't necessarily his fault. His speed will keep him a part of the game plan, but Duvernay still is struggling to carve out significant snap counts as he played just 29 percent of them Sunday. He will face the Eagles in Week 6.
Duvernay caught one of two targets for four yards Sunday against the Football Team.
The rookie's fantasy output was minimal, but it's worth noting that he played a season-high 16 snaps. Meanwhile, Miles Boykin played a season-low 54 percent of the snaps -- 31 total -- and drew four targets. Duvernay isn't positioned to overtake Boykin just yet, but Boykin's struggles in drawing targets relative to his high snap count may open the door for the rookie to show what he can do. Still, Duvernay would only be a speculative add in deep redraft leagues at this stage until he carves out a higher snap share in the offense. Baltimore hosts Cincinnati on Sunday.
Duvernay caught two of three targets for seven yards and totaled 119 yards and a touchdown on two kickoff returns in Monday's 34-20 loss to the Chiefs.
Duvernay had more kickoff return yards than Lamar Jackson had passing yards, and the rookie speedster's 93-yard kickoff return touchdown in the second quarter was Baltimore's only first-half touchdown. While Duvernay's involvement on offense is limited, he's carving out value in leagues that reward return yardage.
Duvernay caught his lone target for a 19-yard gain during Sunday's 33-16 win against the Texans.
On an afternoon in which the Ravens attempted only 24 passes and ran the ball 37 times, target distribution leveled off behind the top two options Marquise Brown (six) and Miles Boykin (five), as Baltimore's other seven pass-catchers all garnered between one and three targets from Lamar Jackson. The fact that Duvernay is in the mix is encouraging, as he was one of four Ravens wide receivers to get thrown to in the contest, though he only played nine percent of the offensive snaps. Barring an injury on the depth chart in front of him, Duvernay so far appears to be more of a dynasty league addition than a viable fantasy asset for 2020.
Duvernay caught his lone target for a 12-yard gain Sunday against the Browns.
The rookie got involved early, making his first and only catch on Baltimore's opening possession, and his reception helped set up a touchdown. Duvernay wasn't a factor the rest of the way, though, as he ended up with just 11 total snaps and no other targets. He has his work cut out for him in terms of moving past either Willie Snead or Miles Boykin for snaps.
Duvernay and fellow Ravens rookie James Proche have been catching passes from Robert Griffin while training in Texas with wideout specialist David Robinson, Todd Karpovich of SI.com reports.
Robinson is a popular offseason trainer among NFL wide receivers, working with Dez Bryant, Jakeem Grant and Jerry Jeudy, among others. Robinson believes both Duvernay (a third-round pick) and Proche (a sixth-rounder) are capable of earning significant roles for the Ravens, noting that the former should be useful on deep throws, screens and jet sweeps, while the latter has superior hands that could make him a reliable possession target. Duvernay primarily worked from the slot at the University of Texas, producing 412 receiving yards as a freshman and 546 as a junior before exploding for 1,386 and nine TDs in his senior season. A 4.39 40 time further boosted his draft stock, though he's one of the older prospects in his class, turning 23 in September.
The Ravens selected Duvernay in the third round of the 2020 NFL Draft, 92nd overall.
Baltimore sorely needed to add reinforcements at receiver, but several of the big names came off the board early in Day 2. Duvernay was arguably the best remaining receiver, however. A former track athlete, the Texas product caught 106 of 130 targets for 1,386 yards and nine touchdowns as a senior in 2019. He clocked in with a 4.39 in the 40-yard dash at the combine and showed some explosiveness with a 123-inch broad jump. Duvernay primarily worked out of the slot at Texas at 5-foot-10, and that's where he profiles at the next level. He adds another speedy option for Lamar Jackson in Baltimore opposite Marquise Brown.
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