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TE Nick Boyle - Baltimore Ravens

6-4, 268Born: 2-17-1993College: DelawareDrafted: Round 5, pick 171 (2015)

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Summary

Baltimore drafted two rookies in 2018, but tight end is a difficult position to grasp as a first-year player, which could leave Boyle as the starter. Much better at blocking than receiving, Boyle "showcased" that with 28 catches and 0 touchdowns last season, which could lead to him seeing fewer snaps as the season progresses and the rookies develop. (May 6)

Stats and Projections

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2015 BAL 11 18 153 0
2016 BAL 10 6 44 0
2017 BAL 15 28 203 0
2018 PROJ-Dodds 15.3 20.0 * *
2018 PROJ-Henry 16.0 10.0 * *
2018 PROJ-Wood 16.0 21.0 * *
2018 PROJ-Tremblay 16.0 20.3 * *

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Latest News

Ravens | Two tight ends will need to earn spots (Thu Jul 12, 02:33 PM) - Baltimore Ravens TEs Nick Boyle and Maxx Williams are familiar with offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg's scheme but will need to be more productive on the field if they want to make the 53-man roster.

Our View: Boyle is better at blocking than receiving while Williams has been lackluster overall. The saving grace is the fact that it can be tough for rookie tight ends to catch on to an NFL system, so either one might stick based on that. We'd lean towards Boyle as the survivor given his blocking ability, but neither one is a guy you should draft at this point.
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