News: 3 days agoBoykin finished the season with one catch for six yards on one target in eight games.
Spin: Boykin's third season in Baltimore was an all-around disappointment. He opened the season on injured reserve with a hamstring injury and a finger injury sidelined him late in the year. When healthy, Boykin logged a total of 32 offensive snaps and played a career-high 144 special teams snaps. Meanwhile, Baltimore seemed to find its regular receiving corps of the future with Marquise Brown, Rashod Bateman and Devin Duvernay as the primary wideouts. Boykin may have even been surpassed by James Proche and the team has a vested interest in seeing what it has in 2021 draft pick Tylan Wallace, too. The Notre Dame product is entering the final year of his rookie deal and carries a $1.1 million cap hit. If Boykin returns to the Ravens in 2022, it will likely be due to his special teams ability.