Baltimore Ravens tight end Nick Boyle can't seem to avoid being suspended by the NFL for performance enhancing drugs as he will serve a 10 game suspension by the league during the 2016 regular season. As noted before, Boyle can still participate in all offseason activities with the Ravens including preseason games.
With Boyle's suspension, many people from Ravens fans and some writers covering the team have speculated on whether or not Boyle's days are numbered after being dratted by the Ravens with a fifth round pick in the 2015 NFL draft. Ravens head coach John Harbaugh believes that's not the case but did allude to Boyle's bad decisions.
Harbaugh did say that Boyle is in team's plans. "He only hurt himself and the team." Harbaugh said that Boyle double downed on dumb— Jeff Zrebiec (@jeffzrebiecsun) February 25, 2016
Despite Harbaugh's comments, Boyle should know that if the Ravens actually draft a tight end during the 2016 NFL draft, that is a signal for him to get his act together or he will be gone if he doesn't become more responsible in a hurry.