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|1||@Vikings||W 43 - 34||2||-2||-1||0|
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|2020||Green Bay Packers||2||0||4||-3||-0.8||0|
Saw action in three games for Green Bay in 2019, completing 3 of 4 passes (75.0 pct.) for 15 yards and an 80.2 passer rating…Was active but did not play in the other 13 contests…Spent his rookie season in 2018 on the Packers' active roster…Was listed as a gameday inactive for every game with the exception of Week 2 vs. Minnesota (Sept. 16) when he was active but did not play…Signed by Green Bay as an undrafted free agent on May 4, 2018…Started 19 of 36 games played over four seasons at Eastern Kentucky (2017) and Connecticut (2013-15)…Finished his career with 3,371 yards and 12 TDs on 334-of-602 passing (55.4 pct.) with 26 interceptions…Notched one rushing TD…Started all 11 games as a redshirt senior at Eastern Kentucky in 2017, completing 201 of 327 passes (61.4 pct.) for 2,134 yards and 11 TDs…Led the Ohio Valley Conference with 2,134 passing yards, good for No. 5 in a single season in school history…In his EKU debut at Western Kentucky (Sept. 2), connected on 29 of 46 passes (63.0 pct.) for 320 yards and two TDs, becoming the first Colonel QB to throw for 300 yards in his debut…Was selected as the OVC co-Newcomer of the Week at Murray State (Oct. 28) after completing 15 of 25 passes (60.0 pct.) for 201 yards and two TDs…Did not play in 2016 at EKU after transferring from Connecticut…Played in 11 games at Connecticut as a junior in 2015, starting one as well as serving as the Huskies' holder…Completed 31 of 60 passes (51.7 pct.) for 281 yards and two INTs…Started the regular-season finale at Temple (Nov. 28) and completed 12 of 20 passes (60.0 pct.) for a season-high 121 yards…Played in nine games with three starts as a sophomore in 2014, completing 43 of 82 passes (52.4 pct.) for 335 yards and one TD with three INTs…Made his first start of the season vs. Cincinnati (Nov. 22), tallying 70 yards on 13-of-21 passing (61.9 pct.)…Completed 12 of 24 passes (50.0 pct.) at Memphis (Nov. 29) for a season-high 160 yards and his first career TD pass, a career-long 39-yarder…Started four of the five games he played in as a true freshman in 2013, throwing for 621 yards and eight INTs on 59-of-133 passing (44.4 pct.)…Made his first career start vs. South Florida (Oct. 12), becoming the first true freshman to start at QB for Connecticut since 2003...Finished the day with 149 yards on 15-of-43 passing (34.9 pct.)...The following week at Cincinnati (Oct. 19), threw for a season-high 310 yards on 22-of-39 passing (56.4 pct.) with three INTs…Had a season-long 36-yard completion vs. No. 18 Louisville (Nov. 8) to go along with 14 completions on 29 attempts (48.3 pct.) for 113 yards…Earned his degree in sports management…Attended Xavier (Middletown, Conn.) High, where he was named the Connecticut High School Coaches' Association Player of the Year as well as All-Southern Connecticut Conference as a senior in 2012…Led Xavier to a state championship while throwing 24 TDs and running for five more in his final season…Was a finalist for the Walter Camp Football Foundation Connecticut Player of the Year award…Threw 15 TD passes in just six games as a junior…Also lettered one year in basketball…Visited schools, worked with kids at after-school clubs and volunteered at soup kitchens while in college…His father, Kevin, played football at Worcester Polytechnic Institute, and his sister, Amanda, was on the crew team at Iona…Lives in Green Bay, Wis. …Given name Timothy Kevin Boyle; born in Hartford, Conn.
Packers Unscripted: Early observations
Mike and Wes review the first two practices of training camp, including their thoughts on backup QB Tim Boyle (1:29), the competition on the offensive line (7:10), DL Kenny Clark's new contract (9:25), LB Rashan Gary's potential role (13:46), and new LB Christian Kirksey's strong first impression (16:51).
Packers players visit with fans at Kaukauna High School football game
Green Bay Packers players Tim Boyle, Tony Brown, Tyler Lancaster and Manny Wilkins brought the Packers Vs. Cancer initiative to Kaukauna High School on Friday for a game between the Kaukauna Galloping Ghosts and the Hortonville Polar Bears.