Is Nick Boyle back?

On February 17, 1993, Nicholas Ryan Boyle, a tight end for the Baltimore Ravens of the National Football League, was born. He participated in collegiate football in Delaware. In the fifth round of the 2015 NFL Draft, the Baltimore Ravens selected Boyle with the 171st overall pick.

After taking Minnesota’s Maxx Williams ninth overall in the draft, he was the Ravens’ second selection at tight end (second round, 55th overall). As the 27th player chosen from Delaware, he teamed up with fellow graduate Joe Flacco.

Nick Boyle

Boyle and the Baltimore Ravens agreed to a four-year, $2.44 million contract on May 7, 2015, which also included a $166,254 signing bonus.

Boyle and the Ravens reached a two-year, $13 million contract extension on January 29, 2021.
Boyle’s contract is extended by this new agreement through the end of the 2023 campaign. Boyle started the season on short-term injured reserve on September 10, 2021.

He becomes operational on November 8, 2021. Boyle is seen as an important contributor to the Ravens’ success in the running game since Lamar Jackson took over as the team’s main quarterback.

Boyle is primarily used as a blocker on offense and special teams rather than as an offensive target. He is regarded as one of the NFL’s best blocking tight ends.

Boyle first sustained the injury during the previous season and made his 2021 debut in Week 11. He’s been getting additional rest this week, so he hasn’t practiced.

Boyle made a comeback to the field last year, but he was really hobbling. He realized he wasn’t or wasn’t even close to, the same player as previously. He’s “a new guy” now, according to coaches.

This offseason, Boyle shed 10–12 pounds, and his knee feels considerably better than it did the previous year.