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Receptions
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Receiving Yards
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Longest Reception
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Receiving Touchdowns
FPTS
Fantasy Points
Jan 6, 2024 0 0 0 0
Dec 31, 2023 0 0 0 0
Dec 23, 2023 1 6 6 0
Dec 16, 2023 0 0 0 0
Dec 7, 2023 0 0 0 0
Player Outlook
Until Boykin finds meaningful playing time, Fantasy managers shouldn't bother adding him to rosters.

Fantasy Stats

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Receptions
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Receiving Yards
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Average Yards per Reception
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Rushing Yards
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Average Yards per Rush
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Fantasy Points
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Fantasy Points per Game
2023 3 17 5.67 0.00
2022 2 11 5.50 0.00 10.1
2021 1 6 6.00 0.00
3y Avg. 7 94 13.43 1 0.00 80.6

Fantasy News

  • Steelers' Miles Boykin: Minimal production in 2023

    Boykin secured three of four targets for 17 yards over 17 games during the 2023 season. Although Boykin appeared in every game during the 2023 regular season, he served mainly on special teams and didn't log double-digit receiving yards in any game. He's secured six of just eight targets for 34 yards over the past three seasons, and while he'll become a free agent during the offseason, it seems unlikely that he'll carve out a sizable role in 2024.
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  • Steelers' Miles Boykin: No targets in Week 13 loss

    Boykin played 12 of the Steelers' 61 snaps on offense and went without a target in Sunday's 24-10 loss to the Cardinals. Boykin went without a target for the fourth consecutive contest and will likely continue to see minimal involvement in the Pittsburgh passing game so long as fellow wideouts Diontae Johnson, George Pickens, Allen Robinson and Calvin Austin are all available.
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  • Steelers' Miles Boykin: Held in check again

    Boykin secured his lone target for six yards during the Steelers' 20-16 win over the Titans on Thursday. Boykin logged his first catch since Week 2 during Thursday's matchup, but he still had minimal production against Tennessee. Unless several of the Steelers' receivers are unavailable at some point, Boykin isn't a fantasy-relevant option.
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  • Steelers' Miles Boykin: One target in victory

    Boykin failed to secure his lone target during the Steelers' 17-10 win over the Ravens on Sunday. Even with Diontae Johnson (hamstring) on injured reserve in recent matchups, Boykin has had a minimal role in the Steelers' offense early in 2023. He played double-digit offensive snaps for the first time this year during Sunday's narrow victory, but he's unlikely to have much fantasy upside moving forward.
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  • Steelers' Miles Boykin: Not targeted in defeat

    Boykin wasn't targeted during the Steelers' 30-7 loss to San Francisco on Sunday. Boykin made Pittsburgh's final roster for the start of the 2023 campaign, but he was on the field for just five offensive snaps in the regular-season opener. He saw a role on special teams but is unlikely to have a fantasy-relevant role early in the season. Boykin could see a slight uptick in snaps if Diontae Johnson (hamstring) is forced to miss additional time, but it still seems unlikely that he'd have a significant role on offense.
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  • Steelers' Miles Boykin: Trending toward making final roster

    Boykin seems likely to make the Steelers' 53-man roster due to his abilities on special teams, Mark Kaboly of The Athletic reports. Boykin had a quiet preseason, securing one of two targets for seven yards over his three appearances. However, after re-signing with the Steelers in April, Boykin has impressed on special teams and has drawn praise from special teams coordinator Danny Smith. Even if Boykin is on the 53-man roster to begin the 2023 campaign, it seems unlikely he'll carry much fantasy value in the passing game.
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  • Steelers' Miles Boykin: Re-signs with Pittsburgh

    Pittsburgh re-signed Boykin to a one-year deal Monday. After catching 32 of 55 targets for 464 yards and seven touchdowns during his first two NFL campaigns in Baltimore, the 2019 third-round pick has secured just three of four targets for 17 yards over his past two seasons. Last year, his first with Pittsburgh, Boykin recorded just two receptions for 11 yards and had more work on special teams than offense. He's unlikely to crack the top of the Steelers' wideout depth chart in 2023, but his special-teams experience gives him an early advantage for a spot on the initial roster.
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  • Steelers' Miles Boykin: Full participant Wednesday

    Boykin (oblique) was a full participant in Wednesday's practice, Mike DeFabo of The Athletic reports. Boykin missed the Steelers' win over the Colts on Monday night due to an oblique injury that knocked him out of the team's Week 12 loss. However, he appears to have moved past the issue and should be full go heading into Sunday's showdown with the Falcons. The fourth-year wideout has caught just one of two targets for 11 yards across 10 appearances this season and has mostly operated on special teams.
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  • Steelers' Miles Boykin: Sidelined for MNF

    Boykin (oblique) has been ruled inactive ahead of Monday's game against the Colts. Boykin was forced out with an oblique injury during last week's loss to the Bengals, and he only logged two limited practices ahead of Monday night's game. The 26-year-old has collected one of his two targets for 11 yards in 2022, though he'll now miss his first game of the season. With Boykin out, Diontae Johnson, George Pickens, Steven Sims, Gunner Olszewski and Cody White will operate as the Steelers' available wideouts Week 12.
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  • Steelers' Miles Boykin: Questionable for Monday

    Boykin (oblique) is listed as questionable for Monday's game at Indianapolis, Teresa Varley of the Steelers' official site reports. After opening the week with a DNP on Thursday, Boykin managed back-to-back limited sessions as he deals with an oblique injury stemming from last Sunday's loss to the Bengals. The Steelers don't have to make any signings or elevations to bolster the receiving corps until Monday, so his status is entirely up in the air for Week 12.
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  • Steelers' Miles Boykin: Limited participant Friday

    Boykin (oblique) practiced in a limited fashion Friday, Chris Halicke of DKPittsburghSports.com reports. Boykin sustained an oblique injury during Sunday's loss to the Bengals and was unable to suit up during the first practice of Week 12 on Thursday. It's an encouraging sign to see the wide receiver back as a limited participant during Friday's session, though his status for Monday's game against Indianapolis is still up in the air. Boykin has accumulated just one reception while primarily playing on special teams over the first 10 games of the season, and he'll have one more opportunity to improve his activity before Saturday's final injury report.
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  • Steelers' Miles Boykin: Absent from practice

    Boykin (oblique) didn't practice Thursday, Teresa Varley of the Steelers' official site reports. Boykin sustained an oblique injury Sunday against the Bengals, and it was discouraging to see him absent from practice Thursday. If he hopes to suit up Monday against Indianapolis, he'll likely need to practice in some capacity later in the week.
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  • Steelers' Miles Boykin: Limited production Sunday

    Boykin secured his lone target for 11 yards during the Steelers' 38-3 loss to the Bills on Sunday. Although the Steelers attempted plenty of passes during Sunday's blowout loss, Boykin's playing time remained limited. He played mainly on special teams and was on the field for just five of the team's offensive snaps. As long as the Steelers' other receivers remain healthy, Boykin is unlikely to have a fantasy-relevant role in the team's offense.
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  • Steelers' Miles Boykin: Targeted once in opener

    Boykin failed to secure his lone target during Sunday's 23-20 overtime win over the Bengals. Boykin had limited production during his final season with the Ravens in 2021, securing his lone target for six yards over eight appearances. While he drew a target during his Steelers debut Sunday, he was on the field for just 13 percent of the team's offensive snaps and played mainly on special teams. As long as the Steelers' other pass catchers remain healthy, it seems unlikely Boykin will be a reliable fantasy option.
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  • Steelers' Miles Boykin: Quiet against Jaguars

    Boykin (ribs) secured his lone target for nine yards during the Steelers' 16-15 preseason win over the Jaguars on Saturday. Boykin dealt with a hip injury over the last week, but the issue didn't prevent him from playing during Pittsburgh's second preseason matchup. However, he was on the field for just 14 percent of the team's offensive snaps after playing 41 percent during the preseason opener. The 2019 third-rounder will have one more chance to make an impact during the preseason Sunday against the Lions.
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  • Steelers' Miles Boykin: Doesn't practice Monday

    Boykin didn't practice Monday due to a rib injury, Joe Rutter of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reports. Boykin was on the field for 41 percent of the Steelers' offensive snaps during Saturday's preseason opener against the Seahawks, and he secured two of three targets for 17 yards. However, he apparently sustained a rib injury that kept him off the field Monday. It's not yet clear whether he'll be available for the team's preseason tilt against Jacksonville this Saturday. Boykin could be on the roster bubble ahead of the regular season since George Pickens has made a strong impact during training camp.
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  • Steelers' Miles Boykin: Picked up by Steelers

    Boykin was claimed off waivers by the Steelers on Tuesday, Mike Garafolo of NFL Network reports. The wideout will remain in the AFC North for the time being after he was waived by the Ravens on Monday. Boykin played 32 offensive snaps and was targeted just once in 2021 after starting the season on injured reserve due to a hamstring issue, going on to miss additional time while dealing with various other injuries. He saw 144 special-teams snaps over eight games, however, and could carve out a role for himself with Pittsburgh.
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  • Ravens' Miles Boykin: Difficult 2021 season

    Boykin finished the 2021 season with one catch for six yards on one target in eight games. The Notre Dame product's third season in Baltimore was an all-around disappointment. He opened the season on injured reserve with a hamstring injury before 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 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. Boykin is entering the final year of his rookie deal and carries a $1.1 million cap hit. If he returns to the Ravens in 2022, it will likely be due to his special teams skills.
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  • Ravens' Miles Boykin: Healthy scratch against Rams

    Boykin (coach's decision) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Rams. Boykin has been active for the Ravens' last two games, though he played only a combined two offensive snaps in that span. With James Proche (coach's decision) also inactive, Sammy Watkins should move closer to a full-time role on offense. Meanwhile, Tylan Wallace will be a key special teams contributor.
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  • Ravens' Miles Boykin: Unlikely to play Sunday

    Boykin (finger) is doubtful for Sunday's contest against the Browns. Boykin was limited throughout practice this week, and he is unlikely to play Sunday. The third-year wideout hasn't been available since Week 10, so if he is sidelined again it shouldn't impact the Ravens' offensive rotations.
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