Baltimore Ravens
Baltimore Ravens
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Posted 6/13/2019 4:06 pm UTC
Baltimore Ravens QB Lamar Jackson said Thursday, June 13, he might work with throwing coach Tom House before the start of training camp.
Huddle Up: Jackson derived the bulk of his fantasy value from his legs last season while completing 58.2 percent of his passes for 1,201 yards, six TDs and three interceptions. Draft Jackson as a QB2 for now, any strides he makes with his passing will only push him toward QB1 range.
Posted 6/09/2019 9:06 pm UTC
Baltimore Ravens WR Chris Moore is being hailed as a potential breakout candidate in 2019 by owner Steve Bisciotti and head coach John Harbaugh. 'It's up to the player to make the move and do something about it. But I would say Chris is ready to do that and has been ready to do that. He practices really hard, he works hard in the weight room, he knows the offense very well, and he makes spectacular catches out here very often.'
Huddle Up: Moore, a fourth-round pick in 2016, has 44 career receptions for 490 yards and four touchdowns over three years in the league. He'll enter the year behind Willie Snead and rookie Marquise Brown on the team's depth chart, battling Jordan Lasley, Miles Boykin, and Michael Floyd for targets from sophomore QB Lamar Jackson.
Posted 6/06/2019 11:06 pm UTC
Baltimore Ravens RB Gus Edwards said his role in the offense has not changed even though the team added RBs Mark Ingram and Justice Hill this offseason. He said he has been working with the first-team offense during practices.
Huddle Up: The Ravens are expected to run a lot this season, so Edwards should receive plenty of touches. Fantasy players should monitor the team's running back situation to see how the runners will be used in the offense. Edwards can be at least a No. 3 running back in standard leagues if he is the starter.
Posted 5/31/2019 1:05 am UTC
Baltimore Ravens QB Lamar Jackson 'is not going to be running 20 times a game' in 2019, according to owner Steve Bisciotti.
Huddle Up: While it is understandable that the Ravens want to keep Jackson from taking a beating, he isn't going to become a pure pocket passer any time soon. Jackson's dynamic running ability should keep him in the QB1 mix, even if he remains inconsistent throwing the ball.
Posted 5/24/2019 2:05 pm UTC
Baltimore Ravens QB Lamar Jackson struggled with his accuracy in organized team activities, and he especially had trouble in the red zone. Jackson showed increased velocity, but several of his passes wobbled through the air. Jackson has impressed with his work in the team's conditioning program this offseason.
Huddle Up: Jackson has tremendous upside due to his legs, but he's a work in progress through the air. The silver lining is he appears to be a hard worker, which provides hope for future development. Jackson is a midrange QB1 in fantasy.
Posted 4/24/2019 3:04 pm UTC
Baltimore Ravens PK Justin Tucker agreed to a four-year, $23.05 million extension Wednesday, April 24, which makes him the highest-paid kicker in the league. He receives $12.5 million fully guaranteed in the first two years and an $8 million signing bonus.
Huddle Up: Tucker is a solid PK1 to target in the final rounds of drafts.
Posted 4/16/2019 4:04 pm UTC
Baltimore Ravens QB Lamar Jackson said Tuesday, April 16, that his 2018 accuracy issues were the result of his mechanics breaking down while trying to the ball out. As a result, Jackson said he's been working on his mechanics and consistency this offseason.
Huddle Up: Jackson can use work in all aspects of the passing game after completing only 58.2 percent of his attempts and throwing for 1,114 yards in seven regular-season starts as a rookie. He's a high-end QB2 consideration, though, due to his monster rushing upside.
Posted 4/16/2019 4:04 pm UTC
Baltimore Ravens RB Mark Ingram said Tuesday, April 16, he's only been with his new team for a few days but it already 'feels like home.'
Huddle Up: In a switch from recent seasons with the Saints, Ingram now appears to be on the busier side of a RB timeshare in an offense that figures to be significantly run-heavier. Value him as a low-end RB2
Posted 4/15/2019 11:04 pm UTC
Baltimore Ravens exclusive rights free-agent RB Gus Edwards signed his one-year tender offer Monday, April 15, and will make $570,000 in 2019.
Huddle Up: Edwards was a big part of the offense during the second half of the 2018 season but likely will lose the starting job with Mark Ingram on the roster. He could still see some carries during games but may only be a handcuff to Ingram in fantasy leagues.
Posted 3/18/2019 1:03 am UTC
Baltimore Ravens RB Mark Ingram said he expects the running attack to be 'dangerous' and 'explosive' this season.
Huddle Up: Ingram will slot in as the lead back in Baltimore's run-heavy attack. With defenses also worried about Lamar Jackson's running ability, Ingram could thrive between the tackles. He should be high-floor RB2.
Posted 3/15/2019 4:03 pm UTC
Baltimore Ravens RB Mark Ingram was introduced at a news conference Friday, March 15, and proclaimed 'my best football is ahead of me.'
Huddle Up: Ingram will turn 30 before the 2019 season is complete and is entering his ninth season, but he still has tread on the tires after averaging 193.6 touches per season during his eight years in the Saints' timeshare. He also now gets a bump moving to the Ravens' run-heavy attack.
Posted 3/13/2019 10:03 pm UTC
Free-agent RB Mark Ingram (Saints) officially signed with the Baltimore Ravens Wednesday, March 13.
Huddle Up: Ingram likely will be the starting running back for the Ravens and will receive plenty of carries. He can be a No. 2 running back in fantasy leagues in 2019.
Posted 3/12/2019 6:03 pm UTC
New Orleans Saints impending free-agent RB Mark Ingram has been talking with the Baltimore Ravens about a potential deal. The Ravens are considered the favorites to sign him at this point.
Huddle Up: Ingram likely would take over the starting job if he joins the Ravens and would receive plenty of carries. He could be a No. 2 running back in most fantasy leagues if the two sides reach an agreement.
Posted 3/02/2019 2:03 am UTC
New Orleans Saints impending free-agent RB Mark Ingram is meeting with the Saints Saturday, March 2, to discusses a possible contract to remain with the team.
Huddle Up: Ingram would remain in a committee with Alvin Kamara if he stays in New Orleans, but he would still be a solid flex candidate. If he lands a lead role somewhere, Ingram could be a RB2 in 2019.
Posted 2/27/2019 8:02 pm UTC
Baltimore Ravens RB Gus Edwards is the starting running back at this point but will have competition for the job, according to head coach John Harbaugh.
Huddle Up: Edwards took over the starting job during the second half of the season and finished with 718 yards and two touchdowns in 11 games. He appears to have good chemistry with Lamar Jackson and could be a No. 2 running back in most leagues if he keeps the starting job.
Posted 2/20/2019 1:02 am UTC
Baltimore Ravens QB Lamar Jackson is expected to be the focal point of an offense that is undergoing a 'reimagining,' according to offensive coordinator Greg Roman. 'We're really looking at this as a completely new beginning as if we were a new staff. I think we have run an offense here that has been kind of morphed over the years, and we really want to start fresh, start new, and (with) everything from our language, our formations, how we do everything, rebuild the thing from the ground up. That's one angle. The other angle is really, how do we want to move forward with Lamar Jackson? He's a unique player with a unique skill set, so let's build an offense that really accommodates that, as opposed to try to fit him into something that other people had once done,' Roman told The Athletic.
Huddle Up: All six of Roman's offenses with San Francisco and Buffalo finished inside the top 10 in rushing attempts and yardage, so it would be a shock if an offense built around Jackson - a more dynamic athlete than Colin Kaepernick and Tyrod Taylor - doesn't do the same. The trick will be to develop Jackson enough as a passer so defenses cannot load the box. So long as he can stay healthy, expect Jackson to be a high-upside fantasy QB1 in 2019.
Posted 2/17/2019 7:02 pm UTC
New Orleans Saints impending free-agent RB Mark Ingram likely will not receive the franchise tag this offseason, in the opinion of's Mike Florio.
Huddle Up: The Saints likely will go with Alvin Kamara as their main running back next season and probably will be a No. 1 running back in most fantasy leagues. Ingram should receive interest from several teams during free agency and could be a No. 2 fantasy back depending on his situation.
Posted 2/09/2019 5:02 am UTC
The Baltimore Ravens could attempt to sign New Orleans Saints RB Mark Ingram in free agency, in the opinion of ESPN's Jamison Hensley, who thinks Ingram's durability and physicality make him a perfect fit for the Ravens' offense.
Huddle Up: It feels like there's an assumption that Ingram will re-sign in New Orleans, but the Saints have minimal cap room and other players, like Michael Thomas, that will need to be paid sooner than later. If they decide Alvin Kamara can handle the load with a less expensive counterpart, Ingram could hit the open market, and if the Alabama product lands a role as a true No. 1 back his fantasy value would increase dramatically.
Posted 2/08/2019 4:02 pm UTC
Baltimore Ravens QB Lamar Jackson will draw free agents to the team, general manager Eric DeCosta said Wednesday, Feb. 6, and not just because his salary-cap hit, which will be $24 million less than what's due to departing QB Joe Flacco. 'I think players respect talent,' DeCosta said. 'I think players respect athletes and competitors. Anyone can watch Lamar Jackson and see how talented he is and what kind of a competitor he is. Players also want to win, and I think that's something that drives every professional athlete -- winning games. I think they'll recognize that about us. When they watch us play, they'll want to play here.'
Huddle Up: Fantasy-wise, of course, the position to keep an eye on is running back. Alex Collins (early last season) and Gus Edwards (late) both had their moments in 2018, but the Ravens may seek a more dynamic back to pair with Jackson, and with opposing defenses having to account for the QB's running prowess, that RB has the potential to be an immediate fantasy gold mine.
Posted 1/25/2019 4:01 pm UTC
Baltimore Ravens QB Lamar Jackson will 'throw a lot' this offseason, according to head coach John Harbaugh, who expects Jackson to 'come back a better quarterback skill-wise than when he left.' Harbaugh told The Athletic's Jeff Zrebiec that Jackson will ultimately decide who he will work with but suggested he'll be working with a throwing coach.
Huddle Up: It's not a shock the Ravens want Jackson to work on his game after completing 58.2% of his passes as a rookie. Any improvement as a passer will likely vault the No. 32 overall pick in last year's draft into the top 10 of fantasy quarterbacks, so owners need to hope for positive reports on his progress this spring and summer.
Posted 1/20/2019 11:01 pm UTC
New Orleans Saints RB Mark Ingram rushed nine times for 31 yards in the NFC Championship Game loss against the Los Angeles Rams and he added two grabs for six yards.
Huddle Up: Ingram did a great job once he returned from a four-game suspension, carving out a nice role for himself in the offense despite the presence of Alvin Kamara. The two showed they can co-exist in the backfield and be outstanding fantasy options, and they'll both be must-starts in 2019.
Posted 1/14/2019 10:01 pm UTC
New Orleans Saints impending free-agent RB Mark Ingram has expressed his desire to remain with the team that drafted him eight years ago. Ingram said he loves the team, the organization and the city.
Huddle Up: Ingram has served well during his time with the Saints. He and Kamara have made a formidable 1-2 punch and it wouldn't be a surprise to see the Saints re-sign him. If that does come to fruition, Ingram would remain the RB2 conversation.
Posted 1/14/2019 12:01 am UTC
New Orleans Saints RB Mark Ingram rushed nine times for 53 yards and caught two passes for nine yards in a 20-14 win over the Philadelphia Eagles in the divisional round Sunday, Jan. 13.
Huddle Up: The Saints falling behind by a couple touchdowns early probably cost Ingram some snaps, but he's been playing second fiddle to Alvin Kamara more often than not anyway. He's a touchdown-dependent fantasy option these days, but he could be worth the gamble against the Rams in the conference title game. The teams combined for 80 total points when they met in Week 9.
Posted 1/07/2019 6:01 am UTC
Baltimore Ravens QB Lamar Jackson will be the team's starter going forward, according to head coach John Harbaugh.
Huddle Up: Just in case anyone out there was holding out hope for a Joe Flacco renaissance, Harbaugh clearly spelled it out that Jackson is the man now and Flacco will be moving on. Jackson is definitely a work in progress, but his athleticism and ability to make and extend plays with his feet are sure to make him an intriguing, high-upside selection at the position in 2019.
Posted 1/06/2019 9:01 pm UTC
Baltimore Ravens TE Mark Andrews posted three receptions for 31 yards on seven targets in the AFC Wild Card playoff game against the Los Angeles Chargers.
Huddle Up: Andrews was the top tight end option in Baltimore down the stretch, but it's expected that Hayden Hurst will enter 2019 as the top man on the depth chart. It's likely Andrews still has a role, but he isn't expected to be much of a fantasy option in the new season.
Posted 1/06/2019 9:01 pm UTC
Baltimore Ravens WR Willie Snead managed three catches for 50 yards on six targets in the AFC Wild Card playoff game loss against the Los Angeles Chargers.
Huddle Up: Snead managed 62 receptions for 651 yards and a score during the regular season. He isn't a primary receiver, nor has he ever been, but he is a decent complementary option always worth a look in the later rounds of fantasy drafts.
Posted 1/06/2019 9:01 pm UTC
Baltimore Ravens RB Kenneth Dixon rushed six times for 13 yards and he added 53 yards on three receptions in the AFC Wild Card playoff game loss against the Los Angeles Chargers.
Huddle Up: Dixon made the most of his nine total touches, and he actually led the team in receiving yardage in this one. He and Gus Edwards should have a role going forward, but remember Alex Collins could also be in the mix again, too, when healthy. It's a muddled fantasy picture that will be determined during training camp and the preseason.
Posted 1/06/2019 9:01 pm UTC
Baltimore Ravens RB Gus Edwards ran eight times for just 23 yards in the AFC Wild Card playoff game loss against the Los Angeles Chargers.
Huddle Up: Edwards, an undrafted rookie from Rutgers, posted 718 rushing yards and two touchdowns. He basically came out of nowhere and will now be remembered by fantasy owners heading into 2019. How much he is featured next season depends on personnel moves and draft picks during the offseason, but it's clear he'll have some kind of role going forward.
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