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League Player News

  • 12/5, 9:32 pm
    • Smith (back) made six tackles (five...

      Smith (back) made six tackles (five solo) to go with one pass breakup in his return to action Sunday against the Dolphins.

      Analysis: After missing two games due to a back injury, Smith returned to the fold Sunday and was busier than usual, recording a season-high six tackles. Smith is Baltimore's best corner, but that doesn't mean he won't be tested once again when the Ravens head up to Foxborough to take on the Tom Brady led Patriots on Monday.

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  • 12/5, 9:22 pm
    • Waller caught one of two targets...

      Waller caught one of two targets for 15 yards in Sunday's win over the Dolphins.

      Analysis: Both Waller and fellow second-year tight end Nick Boyle each saw 28 snaps and two targets Sunday while Dennis Pitta saw the most playing time among that position group. Since being added to the active roster, Waller has pulled in seven of nine targets for 60 yards. Depending on when Crockett Gillmore returns,there could be a logjam at tight end behind Dennis Pitta given that Boyle has already started to see a slight uptick in snaps since being reinstated from his suspension.

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  • 12/5, 9:17 pm
    • Myers (hip) was not targeted in...

      Myers (hip) was not targeted in Sunday's 28-21 win over the Chargers.

      Analysis: Myers was able to take the field after nursing a hip injury throughout the practice week, but remained firmly entrenched as a blocking tight end, particularly after Luke Stocker (ankle) exited the contest. The veteran's four catches on the season equal the career-low amount he compiled in his rookie campaign in 2009 with the Raiders.

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  • Nick Boyle TE-BAL
    12/5, 9:08 pm
    • Boyle hauled in both his targets...

      Boyle hauled in both his targets for 24 yards in Sunday's win over the Dolphins.

      Analysis: The second-year man was more involved in the offense Sunday than he was in his season debut, seeing eight more snaps and getting his first targets of the year. He brought in both of those targets, but Dennis Pitta was clearly the top receiving option among Baltimore tight ends as he saw 11 targets in 34 snaps. Boyle's primary role seems to be as an inline blocker on run plays. His productivity as a pass-catcher in his rookie season suggests that he could start to see more snaps on passing downs, but Pitta remains the primary pass catching tight end in Baltimore's offense.

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  • 12/5, 9:04 pm
    • With Bryce Petty in line to...

      With Bryce Petty in line to start the final four games of the season, Fitzpatrick is expected to move to the bench, Andy Vasquez of The Record reports.

      Analysis: Coach Todd Bowles made the announcement following Monday's loss to the Colts, a game that Fitzpatrick was benched in favor of Petty after completing just five of his 12 pass attempts for 81 yards to go along with an interception. Since Fitzpatrick is currently on a one-year contract with New York, he heads into the final weeks of the season with an uncertain future.

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