Jarrett Boykin
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By Dakota Mitchell, Packers Correspondent, Wed, Oct 1st 5:51pm EDT

"I don't have a timeline. Jarrett won't be ready for Thursday. I don't know if he'll be ready for Miami (on Oct. 12). That's a long time away. It's a little worse than they thought he was." -Mike McCarthy (Source: PackersNews.com)

Fantasy Impact: Boykin was already falling short of fantasy radars, but with this news it is clear Boykin should not be owned. This injury opens the door wide open for Davante Adams to completely take over the starting job. If he is out long, Janis might even sneak ahead of him on the depth chart. Look to Adams to make an impact while Boykin is out.

By Eric Anderson, Packers Correspondent, Sun, Sep 28th 12:34pm EDT

Jarrett Boykin has officially been ruled out for the Packers Week 4 matchup with the Bears. (Source: ESPN)

Fantasy Impact: It had seemed as if Davante Adams was overtaking Boykin for the Packers WR 3 spot, and for this week that will officially be the case. Look for the talented rookie WR Adams to take advantage of his opportunities and make a strong case to be the Packers every-week WR 3 going forward. For Boykin owners this may be the right time to jump ship.

By Eric Anderson, Packers Correspondent, Fri, Sep 26th 2:13pm EDT

Jarrett Boykin was injured in the Packers thursday practice. According to Coach Mike McCarthy, the wide receiver is suffering from a knee and groin ailment, but did say, "we'll give him until Sunday to see if he can go." (Source: Paul Imig on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: This isn't good news for Boykin owners, but the Packers have two viable replacements in rookie WRs Davante Adams and Jeff Janis, who could see his first action of the regular season if Boykin can't go on Sunday.

By Dakota Mitchell, Packers Correspondent, Tue, Sep 23rd 2:59pm EDT

Jarrett Boykin was credited with two drops and caught 1 of 4 targets for 11 yards. Boykin had 36 snaps on offense to 34 by Davante Adams. Adams caught 2 of 3 targets for 11 yards.

Fantasy Impact: It was an ugly day for Green Bay's offense all around and Boykin's drops didn't help. Boykin essentially just split snaps with Adams, neither proving to be successful. Luckily for Boykin, Adams didn't really outshine Boykin, as Adams ran the wrong route on a play Rodgers threw to him. Adams may be the dynasty stash here, but Boykin has not lost his job yet. Keep both of them out of you're lineup until further notice.

By Dakota Mitchell, Packers Correspondent, Mon, Sep 15th 1:22pm EDT

Davante Adams seemingly took over as the number three wide receiver this week. Adams played 37 snaps while Jarrett Boykin only played 35. Adams ended up finishing with five receptions for 50 yards compared to Boykin's one catch for 6 yards.

Fantasy Impact: This is what many fans expected and those that bought into Boykin feared - Davante Adams. Boykin was ineffective Sunday and then seemed to get pulled in favor of Adams who made his official NFL debut, in a sense. This is a red flag for Boykin owners as no injury has been reported. Pay attention to practice reps throughout this week and maybe wait one more week to see if Boykin returns to his number three role. It is a little early to jump ship, but the waters are getting warm. Wait and see approach advised here for Boykin owners.

By Joe Webster, Packers Correspondent, Fri, Sep 5th 1:29pm EDT

Jarrett Boykin was covered by Richard Sherman all evening and did not receive a single target from Aaron Rodgers in the loss at Seattle.

Fantasy Impact: Unless you are in an extremely deep league, you probably weren't starting Boykin because of his difficult match up. Some owners may panic at his lack of targets and drop him; don't be that owner. He still is a wide receiver in a potent offense which will give him plenty of opportunities to make plays and contribute.

By Dakota Mitchell, Packers Correspondent, Thu, Sep 4th 1:08pm EDT

Jarrett Boykin is projected to have 2.8 receptions, 33.2 yards, and 0.3 touchdowns. (Source: FantasyPros)

Fantasy Impact: That stat line maxes out at 8 fantasy points in ppr, which is not worth starting in most leagues. If you are in a jam (maybe you drafted Wes Welker?) or you are feeling risky, there is the possibility that Seattle places all their attention on Cobb, Nelson, and Lacy, daring Boykin to beat them. But even in that scenario a big outing for Boykin is unlikely.

By Dakota Mitchell, Packers Correspondent, Fri, Aug 29th 9:38am EDT

Clearly, Jarrett Boykin has taken the next step," McCarthy said. "I just love the way he plays. He's had an excellent camp. He's physical, his toughness, he's relentless. I think he's exceptional at the top of his route. You see his strength and balance to separate from a DB." (Source: Milwaukee Wisconsin Journal Sentinel)

Fantasy Impact: Boykin came in last season when Jones and Cobb went down and he really turned some heads, proving that when on the field consistently he can contribute in fantasy. As the 3rd WR on the depth chart this year, he will be on the field early and often. Three-wide-receiver-sets are Green Bay's most common formation. To put it in perspective, 2 years ago Randall Cobb totaled Cobb totaled 80 catches for 954 yards as the 3rd WR in GB. Boykin is worth owning in all leagues.

By Dakota Mitchell, Packers Correspondent, Tue, Aug 19th 8:58am EDT

Boykin finished Saturday's game against the St. Louis Rams with three receptions for 21 yards. It was on back-to-back receptions where Boykin solidified his spot in the starting lineup. (Source: Twitter-Tyler Dunne)

Fantasy Impact: If Boykin can hold off rookies Davante Adams and Jeff Janis, he is in line for a breakout season. While starting about half the year, Boykin finished with 49 receptions, 681 yards and three touchdowns last season. Assuming he can hold onto that starting role, he could potentially approach the 1,000-yard-threshold. It is likely he will end more around 800 yards with the bevy of options in GB for Rodgers, but 6 TDs is not asking too much. Consider Boykin a WR3 in fantasy drafts with low risk upside potential.

By Joe Webster, Packers Correspondent, Tue, Aug 5th 9:14am EDT

According to Tom Silverstein of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, Boykin has "had too many drops in camp." (Source: Tom Silverstein on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Boykin is still expected to be the Packers' third receiver behind Nelson and Cobb to open the season; however, Rodgers seems to be building chemistry with rookie wide out, Davante Adams. At this point, Adams is not someone you should be drafting but he is someone to keep on your radar if the drops continue to be a problem for Boykin when the season beings. Boykin’s current ADP is in the 11th round, which should be a good value-pick in an offense that is expected to put up a ton of points.

By Eric Anderson, Packers Correspondent, Tue, Jul 29th 6:58pm EDT

Rob Demovsky, ESPN Packers beat writer, reports that WR Jarrett Boykin "looks every bit like the same receiver -- or better -- than the one who caught 49 passes for 681 yards and three touchdowns in the final 12 games last season." (Source: ESPN)

Fantasy Impact: At this point there is no reason to believe Jarrett Boykin won't be the Packers third WR. Though the offense will have more than enough opportunity to go around (regardless of how much or little the defense has improved), its also an offense with plenty of weapons. Unless Nelson or Cobb is injured, Boykin owners shouldn't expect consistent week-to-week production. He makes an intriguing late-round selection for owners wanting to own a prospective piece of the Packers pie.

ProFootballTalk | Oct 1st
The Packers kick off Week Five against the Vikings on Thursday night and they won’t have wide receiver Jarrett Boykin’s help as they try to get a leg up on their NFC North rivals. Boykin has been ruled out for the second straight week because of a groin injury. Coach Mike McCarthy indicated that Boykin’s…
Rotoworld | Sep 2nd
Adam Levitan has notes on 31 players to consider adding to your squad, including Packers WR Jarrett Boykin.
4for4.com | Aug 6th
Jordy Nelson and Randall Cobb are both going in the top 10 at their position and have ADPs in the first two or three rounds, depending on the format. That’s great. I like both players at their respective costs as the two major cogs in the Green Bay passing game.