Posted: 9/29/2020 4:03 am UTC
Baltimore Ravens RB Mark Ingram rushed seven times for 30 yards in Week 3 against the Kansas City Chiefs and he did not have a catch with only one target.
Huddle Up: It wasn't a great game for anyone in the Ravens offense, as the Chiefs completely outplayed them. Ingram will look to bounce back in Week 4 on the road against the Washington Football Team.
Posted: 9/21/2020 5:52 am UTC
Baltimore Ravens RB Mark Ingram ran for 55 yards and a touchdown on nine carries and caught two of his three targets for 22 yards in Week 2 versus the Houston Texans.
Huddle Up: His fantasy owners will take this performance over last week's effort, which saw him amass only 29 scoreless yards on 10 carries. The primary problem for Ingram as it relates to his fantasy value is that Baltimore is typically making such quick work of its opponents that it doesn't need him to put in a full day of work. Look for that to change in Week 3 when the Ravens host the Kansas City Chiefs on Monday night. Fantasy owners should consider him a strong flex or low-end RB2 option in that one.
Posted: 9/14/2020 12:52 am UTC
Baltimore Ravens RB Mark Ingram rushed 10 times for just 29 yards in Week 1 against the Cleveland Browns and he did not have a reception or target.
Huddle Up: It was a blowout over the hapless Browns, but Ingram's fantasy owners cannot be pleased he averaged less than three yards per carry, he didn't find the end zone and Lamar Jackson outrushed him. Rookie J.K. Dobbins also saw more work because of the lopsided score, running seven times and scoring twice. Ingram will look to get on track in Week 2 in Houston.
Posted: 9/10/2020 4:40 pm UTC
Baltimore Ravens RB Mark Ingram is the starter and 'leader' of the team's four-running back corps, offensive coordinator Greg Roman said Thursday, Sept. 10. Roman, though, also added that the other backs will still be involved. 'We'll definitely use three every week, sometimes four,' he said. 'As for the division of labor, or how they're deployed, Roman added 'that'll change on a week-to-week basis.'
Huddle Up: Ingram clearly remains the Ravens' running back you want to own, but he's more of a mid-tier RB2 this season instead of a low-end RB1 with the team drafting J.K. Dobbins.
Posted: 8/31/2020 11:46 pm UTC
Baltimore Ravens RB Mark Ingram (undisclosed) did not participate in practice Monday, Aug. 31.
Huddle Up: Ingram may have just received a day off, but fantasy players should check on his status in a day or two to make sure. Ingram should be the starting running back for the Ravens but will share playing time with J.K. Dobbins and possibly Gus Edwards. He can be considered a low-end No. 2 or No. 3 running back in fantasy leagues.
Posted: 4/30/2020 5:41 pm UTC
This could be RB Mark Ingram's last year with the Baltimore Ravens, speculates Nick Shook, of NFL.com. Ingram's three-year deal, which he's entering year two of, includes a potential out for the team after the 2020 season. Ingram's dead-cap number will drop from $3.16 million to $1.3 million; and his actual cap hit jumps by $1 million. The addition of rookie J.K. Dobbins could be a move to prepare for Ingram's departure.
Posted: 4/30/2020 5:28 pm UTC
Baltimore Ravens general manager Eric DeCosta said the team's top-four running backs can all do different things, which will allow the team to utilize each of their strengths and the backs 'should be fresh for four quarters.' The Ravens have Mark Ingram, Justice Hill, Gus Edwards and J.K. Dobbins all in the mix, which DeCosta feels makes the team well-rounded and hard to defend against. Offensive coordinator Greg Roman will be tasked with getting the most out of each of them, while using them to their strengths.
Huddle Up: In the NFL, this amount of depth is a wonderful thing. For fantasy football, it might be maddening. If the Ravens find creative ways to use all four backs, its going to lessen all of their value to nothing more than flier flex options. Don't forget, star QB Lamar Jackson also has designed running plays. Ingram remains the best fantasy back of the bunch, at least for now, but he's starting to look like low-end RB2 territory might be his ceiling.
Posted: 4/15/2020 3:11 pm UTC
Baltimore Ravens RB Mark Ingram, 30, said he feels good and believes he can play in the NFL at a high level for at least another four or five years. 'My body feels good. I'm moving good. I have nothing really lagging,' Ingram said, while noting he wants to be one of the best running backs in the league.
Huddle Up: Ingram is coming off his third 1,000-yard campaign, rushing for 1,018 yards with the Ravens in his first season there. He should remain in RB2 or flex territory again in 2020.
Posted: 4/05/2020 9:27 pm UTC
Baltimore Ravens RB Gus Edwards averaged 2.5 yards per carry before contact and 2.8 yards per carry after contact in 2019, slightly outperforming starter and backfield teammate Mark Ingram (2.4 and 2.6, respectively) in each category.
Posted: 1/22/2020 8:52 pm UTC
Baltimore Ravens RB Mark Ingram (calf) said his injured calf is feeling really good.
Huddle Up: Ingram could be limited at the start of offseason workouts but should be ready for training camp. He was a big part of the offense for the Ravens this season and should receive most of the carries again in 2020. He can be a No. 2 running back in most fantasy leagues.