Baltimore Ravens
Baltimore Ravens
AFC North | 10-6-0
Rank: 13th
Avg Yds
Rank: 13th
Avg PYds
Rank: 22nd
Avg RYds
Rank: 1st
Posted 8/23/2019 9:08 am UTC
Baltimore Ravens Marquise Brown (foot) made his pro debut Thursday, Aug. 22, in a preseason game against the Philadelphia Eagles, catching all three of his targets for 17 yards, losing four yards o an end-around and catching a two-point conversion pass that was later called back. 'Man, it felt amazing,' he said. 'It's the best day so far. Just being out here -- from pregame to being in the game and being with the team -- it was just a lot of fun.'
Huddle Up: If he has no setbacks coming off offseason Lisfranc foot surgery, Brown has the skills to be an above-average NFL wideout, but his fantasy upside is limited by the Ravens' passing-game limitations. He's a late-round upside WR dart throw in the majority of leagues.
Posted 8/22/2019 8:08 pm UTC
Baltimore Ravens WR Miles Boykin's lone catch was a 44-yard reception in a 26-15 preseason win over the Philadelphia Eagles Thursday, Aug. 22.
Huddle Up: Boykin continues to show big-play potential, and if he enters Week 1 as a top-three receiver, he could be worth a late-round flier in case he emerges as one of Lamar Jackson's favorite targets.
Posted 8/19/2019 10:08 pm UTC
Baltimore Ravens TE Mark Andrews has been a 'touchdown monster' during training camp, according to Jamison Hensley of, and offensive coordinator Greg Roman said Andrews and QB Lamar Jackson are building a special relationship. 'The chemistry he's developing with Lamar, that's something you can't manufacture,' Roman said.
Huddle Up: Andrews was one of Jackson's favorite targets after he took over as the starting quarterback last season, and it doesn't sound like the relationship will change in 2019. For fantasy owners who wait to address the tight end spot, Andrews offers TE1 potential.
Posted 8/18/2019 9:08 am UTC
Baltimore Ravens WR Miles Boykin (unknown) was among the players missing practice Sunday, Aug. 18. No reason was immediately given for Boykin's absence.
Huddle Up: The rookie Boykin made a quick impression earlier in camp but remains a fantasy option only in dynasty or super-deep re-draft leagues.
Posted 8/17/2019 4:08 pm UTC
Baltimore Ravens WR Marquise Brown (foot) is expected to participate in the joint practices with the Philadelphia Eagles next week and could play in the preseason game Thursday, Aug. 22.
Huddle Up: Brown recently was activated from the Physically Unable to Perform list and could use some preseason snaps to build chemistry with Lamar Jackson. He has a chance to be the main receiver for the Ravens this season and could be a late-round option in fantasy leagues.
Posted 8/16/2019 9:08 am UTC
Baltimore Ravens QB Lamar Jackson chatted with Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers after the teams' preseason game Thursday, Aug. 15. 'Have a great season, man,' Rodgers said at the end of the conversation. 'Slide a little bit.'
Huddle Up: As a rookie last season, Jackson set a single-season NFL QB record with 147 rushing attempts and turned them into 695 yards and five TDs. Jackson's legs are the key part of Jackson's high-level QB2 fantasy standing, but Rodgers is right at the runs do put Jackson at a greater risk for injury. Bake that risk into your evaluation of Jackson.
Posted 8/15/2019 7:08 pm UTC
Baltimore Ravens WR Miles Boykin failed to catch any of the three passes thrown his way in a 26-13 preseason win over the Green Bay Packers Thursday, Aug. 15.
Huddle Up: Boykin is competing for the No. 3 receiver job, and he has the makings of a solid stash candidate in dynasty formats. As for redraft leagues, he can be left on the waiver wire until his role becomes more clear.
Posted 8/09/2019 4:08 pm UTC
Baltimore Ravens QB Lamar Jackson says the offense the team ran Thursday, Aug. 8, in its 29-0 preseason win over the Jacksonville Jaguars won't resemble the attack the Ravens will display come the regular season. '(They're) not close at all,' Jackson said. 'We ran like a couple plays a lot. We really didn't show anything at all. It's going to be fun to watch though.'
Huddle Up: Despite the lopsided win, the Ravens only ran the ball 36 times, compared to 33 passing dropbacks. Working on his aerial game, Jackson was 4-of-6 for 59 yards and a TD while failing to log a rushing attempt. That will definitely balance out more come the real games, making Jackson a solid QB2 fantasy prospect.
Posted 8/02/2019 6:08 pm UTC
Baltimore Ravens QB Lamar Jackson told 'The Rich Eisen Show' on Thursday, Aug. 1, that he doesn't expect to carry the ball as much as during his rookie season when he set the NFL single-season record in 2018 for rushing attempts by a quarterback with 147 despite not making his first start until Week 11. 'I don't think I'll be running as much as I did last year. There were a lot of (run-pass options) and a lot of sudden changes in last year's game. This will be totally different,' Jackson said.
Huddle Up: Earlier in the offseason, head coach John Harbaugh told NFL Network to "take the over" on Jackson when he was asked if he would beat Cam Newton's career high in rush attempts (139). Even if Jackson ends up being correct, Baltimore should easily exceed 500 carries as a team once again, and he's going to need to be a big part of that. If he's made noticeable strides as a passer, he has high-end QB1 potential.
Posted 7/26/2019 2:07 am UTC
Baltimore Ravens RB Mark Ingram is the 'logical choice' to serve as the third-down back, according to Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic.
Huddle Up: Ingram was already locked into plenty of early-down work, and if he also has a steady role in the passing game, he is going to have a big year. He is shaping up to be a high-floor RB2 in Baltimore's run-heavy offense.
Posted 7/08/2019 7:07 pm UTC
Baltimore Ravens TE Mark Andrews could be 'a featured receiving target' as a big body over the middle or even split out wide if offseason practices were any indication.
Huddle Up: It makes sense, as the Ravens could easily decide to start two rookie receivers and have a quarterback in Lamar Jackson who will probably be asked to make safe throws more often than not. He should be poised to improve on his 34 catches for 552 yards and three touchdowns as a rookie and make for a solid TE2 in most leagues.
Posted 7/08/2019 2:07 am UTC
Baltimore Ravens QB Lamar Jackson ranked 31st in passer rating (76.0) and 32nd in completion rate (55.1 percent) on third downs last season.
Huddle Up: Jackson was expected to need some time to develop, but another year of experience and several new targets could help Jackson take a step forward as a passer in 2019. His rushing ability should keep him in the QB1 mix regardless.
Posted 7/05/2019 2:07 am UTC
Baltimore Ravens TE Mark Andrews was a 'weapon all over the field' during minicamp, according to Mike Preston of The Baltimore Sun, and Preston said Andrews was a 'favorite target' of QB Lamar Jackson inside the red zone.
Huddle Up: If Andrews emerges as Jackson's go-to safety valve, especially in the red zone, he could end up sneaking into TE1 territory. For now, grab him a a TE2 with upside.
Posted 6/27/2019 3:06 pm UTC
Baltimore Ravens TE Hayden Hurst (hamstring) said he is good to go for training camp.
Huddle Up: Hurst said he was never 100 percent last season from foot surgery and posted a 34-552-3 line. Lamar Jackson will lean on tight ends, and Hurst could still be a sneaky TE2, despite Mark Andrews' ascent.
Posted 6/17/2019 2:06 pm UTC
Baltimore Ravens TE Mark Andrews looks bigger, faster and stronger, in the opinion of beat writer Jeff Zrebiec. He made a ton of plays the last couple of weeks, according to Zrebiec.
Huddle Up: Andrews surprised as a rookie with a 34-552-3 season and could be a sneaky TE2 flyer late in drafts.
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.
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