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2023 Receiving

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Average Yards per Reception
Receiving Touchdowns
Longest Reception
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Top Devin Duvernay News

  • Ravens' Devin Duvernay: Back to full strength

    Duvernay (shoulder) logged a full practice Thursday.

    After getting in just a limited practice Wednesday, Duvernay was a full go Thursday, which should erase any concerns about his availability for Sunday's game against the Colts. With Odell Beckham (ankle) logging a second straight DNP and looking extremely questionable for the contest, Duvernay could see extra opportunities Sunday.

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  • Ravens' Devin Duvernay: Limited at practice Wednesday

    Duvernay (shoulder) was a limited participant at practice Wednesday.

    The injury appears to be a new one for Duvernay, who saw three targets and handled three carries Week 2. He'll have two more chances to log a full practice before Baltimore's last injury report of the week Friday.

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  • Ravens' Devin Duvernay: Fills versatile role Week 2

    Duvernay was held without a reception on three targets and carried three times for 15 yards in Sunday's 27-24 win over the Bengals.

    After logging seven snaps on offense in the Ravens' season-opening win over the Texans, Duvernay tripled that total in Week 2. He played 22 snaps Sunday, drawing targets on three of the 11 routes he ran but failing to cash in. Instead, Duvernay made his biggest mark as a ballcarrier, helping to absorb some of the vacated touches created by running back J.K. Dobbins' season-ending Achilles injury. The speedy Duvernay could continue to have some light involvement in the run game moving forward, but since he's still behind Mark Andrews, Zay Flowers, Odell Beckham (ankle), Rashod Bateman and Nelson Agholor in the pecking order for targets, he's unlikely to carve out much fantasy value.

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  • Ravens' Devin Duvernay: Moving past foot injury

    Duvernay (foot) participated in Tuesday's mandatory minicamp practice, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports.

    Duvernay, who underwent surgery in December to address a broken fifth metatarsal in his foot, continues to make solid progress and will now look to carve out a role in a Ravens wideout corps that also includes fellow rehabbing receiver Rashod Bateman (foot), along with newcomers Odell Beckham, Zay Flowers and Nelson Agholor. In light of the new additions to the roster, Duvernay doesn't have a clear path to steady targets in 2023, but he should settle back in as the Ravens' top return man.

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  • Ravens' Devin Duvernay: Building strength after injury

    Ravens head coach John Harbaugh said Wednesday that Duvernay (foot) has been working hard and "kind of building his stamina back up" this spring.

    Duvernay suffered a broken fifth metatarsal Dec. 20 and didn't resume running until the spring. He's been doing some on-field activities at the first few OTA sessions but still has limitations five months removed from the major injury. Duvernay averaged only 3.5 targets per game last season despite starting in 13 of his 14 appearances, and he's likely sliding down the depth chart after the Ravens added wideouts Odell Beckham, Zay Flowers and Nelson Agholor this offseason. Duvernay is still likely to return punts and kickoffs once he's healthy, and the players in front of him for reps on offense don't have the best track records for durability or reliability.

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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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Player Bio

HT/WT: 5-11, 202 lbs
Birthplace: Sachse, TX
Age: 26
School: Texas
Experience: 4