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Draft Scout Kamar Aiken News
10/01/15 - WR Kamar Aiken had a solid game in WR Steve Smith Sr.'s stead, catching five passes for a game-high 77 yards. Aiken did not a catch a pass last Sunday in a loss to Cincinnati and was targeted only once in that game.
09/28/15 - WR Kamar Aiken has started opposite Steve Smith, but is still struggling to make plays. Aiken played the most snaps of any wide receiver, but he was targeted only once and did not have a reception. Marlon Brown is another option to start.
09/21/15 - WR Kamar Aiken bounced back from a key fumble in the first quarter and caught five passes for 89 yards. With first round pick Breshad Perriman still out with a knee injury, Aiken has taken over the starting role. Quarterback Joe Flacco has been pleased with Aiken's progress. "Kamar is a good player, no doubt about it," Flacco said.
"I have all the confidence in the world in him. It's good to see him get up there and have a lot of success. Hopefully, that will catapult him forward."
09/09/15 - WR Kamar Aiken appears to be the starter opposite Steve Smith for the season opener because rookie Breshad Perriman is still battling injuries. Aiken outplayed the other receivers below him on the depth chart in the preseason. However, Ravens coach John Harbaugh was non-committal about Aiken starting in Denver. "Kamar just continues to play solid football," Harbaugh said. "That's his M.O. He has become a very consistent football player. He's very reliable, he's tough, he blocks, and he makes catches – makes catches when he's contested – runs good routes. [He is] just a very reliable football player."
08/20/15 - WR Kamar Aiken has put himself in position to a spot as a starting wide receiver opposite Steve Smith. Aiken has impressed coaches with his ability to come down with passes in the end zone, beat corners and run routes under schemes developed by new offensive coordinator Marc Trestman. Aiken also had some big catches against Philadelphia in a joint practice held this week.