Ravens sign tight end Nick Boyle to two-year extension

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Ravens sign tight end Nick Boyle to two-year extension originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington

The Ravens will have tight end Nick Boyle around through the 2023 season, as the team announced Friday they’ve extended him for two more seasons. 

Boyle suffered a season-ending leg/knee injury against the Patriots in November, though the extension signals the Ravens are confident he’ll be able to bounce back. Coach John Harbaugh said last week he expects Boyle will be around for training camp later this summer. 

Boyle was entering the last year of his contract and has a cap hit of $7.83 million. Boyle was due $5.5 million in 2021 on his previous deal. The new deal is valued at $13 million, with $10.5 million fully guaranteed, according to NFL Network National Insider Ian Rapoport.

In the Ravens’ run-first offense, Boyle, 27, has thrived in his role in the run game and has been a reliable option in the passing game when he’s called upon. Numerous Ravens players and coaches routinely refer to him as the best blocking tight end in the sport and one that is crucial to the success of Baltimore’s offense. 

Through 73 games as a Raven, Boyle has amassed 120 receptions with four touchdowns — with all the scores coming in the last two seasons.

Boyle, left tackle Ronnie Stanley, cornerback Marlon Humphrey, kicker Justin Tucker and safety Chuck Clark are now the only veteran Ravens signed through the 2023 season.