NFL: Ravens activate WR Miles Boykin from IR


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Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Miles Boykin was activated from injured reserve in advance of Monday night’s game against the Indianapolis Colts.

Boykin, 24, has not played this season because of a hamstring injury that occurred early in training camp. In two seasons, the former third-round draft pick out of Notre Dame, has 32 receptions and 464 yards with seven touchdowns in 32 games (24 starts).

Rookie wide receiver Rashod Bateman, a first-round pick out of Minnesota who has yet to make his NFL debut, is back at practice but will not be activated for Monday’s game. Bateman, 21, has been out after core muscle surgery.

In other moves, the Ravens also activated safety Jordan Richards and offensive tackle Andre Smith from the practice squad. Running back Le’Veon Bell was not activated from the practice squad like he was last week when he had 11 yards on four carries in a 23-7 victory at Denver.

–Field Level Media


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