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Draft Scout Kamar Aiken News
01/04/16 - WR Kamar Aiken made the most of the opportunities. After Steve Smith went down with a season-ending torn Achilles, Aiken was thrust into the role as the No. 1 receiver and came up big despite playing with four different quarterbacks. Aiken led the team in all receiving categories, setting career-highs for receptions (75), receiving yards (944) and touchdown catches (five), He also tied a franchise record of catching at least five passes in nine straight games.
12/30/15 - WR Kamar Aiken needs five catches to set the franchise's record for consecutive games (nine) with at least five receptions. He's currently tied with Derrick Mason (eight games in 2007).
"He's one of the hardest-working guys we have, one of the most consistent demeanors," Ravens offensive coordinator Marc Trestman said. "He comes out every day, and he just works; and he leads by example both in the classroom and on the field. He has had a chance to be productive."
12/28/15 - WR Kamar Aiken overcame a hand injury and finished with eight receptions for 66 yards. He tied a franchise mark with at least five receptions in eight straight games. Aiken has managed to be productive despite playing with four different quarterbacks. He doesn't think the hand injury will hamper him this week.
12/21/15 - WR Kamar Aiken set career-highs with eight receptions for 128 yards. Aiken also gave Baltimore some much-needed momentum when he jumped in front of three Kansas City defenders on a deep throw by quarterback Jimmy Clausen for a 48-yard score as time expired in the half.
"Personally, my whole thing is I'd rather win a game," Aiken said. "I'd rather have 10 yards and have a 'W' than have 100-some yards with a loss. That's just me, personally."
Aiken's teammates have taken notice of Aiken's work ethic. His "never-say-die" philosophy is one of the pillars of the organization.
"At this point of the season, you love to see everyone fighting no matter what," guard Marshall Yanda said. "I feel like most guys are doing that. And, obviously, Kamar is a good example of that. He is just fighting his tail off every single play. No matter if we are down or up or we are 14-0 or 0-14, you're going to get consistent play from him. He's showing up as a consistent player, which is great for him."
12/14/15 - WR Kamar Aiken has been a bright spot for the Ravens since Steve Smith Sr. was lost for the season. Aiken hs locked in the top spot on the depth chart this season and had five catches for 90 yards against Seattle. He also had back-to-back catches of 37 and 21 yards that put the Ravens in position for a field-goal just seconds before halftime.