Ravens re-sign Nick Boyle to three-year deal
The Baltimore Ravens have re-signed tight end Nick Boyle, according to several sources. Boyle will get an $18 million contract with $10 million guaranteed, according to Ian Rapoport.
Boyle was originally drafed in the fifth round of the 2015 draft out of the University of Delaware with the 171st overall pick.
Boyle is primarily a blocking tight end but has shown offensive capabilities. Boyle has had 75 receptions for 613 total yards in his career.
The NFL has suspended Boyle twice for performance-enhancing drug policy. Boyle was suspended in 2015 for four games and 2016 for ten games. Since his last suspension though, he hasn’t had any further off field issues.
Signing Boyle is a good move for the Ravens. A great blocker and consistent, Boyle tries to avoid making any costly penalties that will negate potential gains.
Boyle will likely be the Ravens third tight end behind Mark Andrews and Hayden Hurst. With the Ravens renewed run game led by quarterback Lamar Jackson the tight end position is huge.
With the signing of Boyle, it is probably unlikely the Ravens will sign Maxx Williams, but anything can happen. The Ravens, well under the salary cap, still have key players left to re-sign.
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