• Lamar Jackson - QB
    Posted 12/10/18 11:33am ET

    Baltimore Ravens QB Lamar Jackson (ankle) 'should be OK' according to head coach John Harbaugh despite missing the final two plays of the game in Week 14 versus the Kansas City Chiefs with a left ankle injury.

    Huddle Up: The bigger question now is whether or not Harbaugh is ready to go back to Joe Flacco or likes the new smash-mouth offense the Ravens have become under Jackson. Expect the Ravens to milk this for all that it is worth in terms of naming a starter leading up to Week 15 against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

  • Kenneth Dixon - RB
    Posted 12/10/18 12:00pm ET

    Baltimore Ravens RB Kenneth Dixon should expected his role 'to grow going forward,' according to head coach John Harbaugh.

    Huddle Up: Dixon has been the most talented back in the backfield pretty much from the time he arrived in the draft in 2016, but he simply has been unable to stay on the field. He compiled 70 yards and a touchdown on nine touches in Week 14 while mostly splitting work with Gus Edwards and Ty Montgomery. If Dixon were to become the lead back in Baltimore, he would become the fourth already this season, following Alex Collins, Javorius Allen and Edwards. He should be considered an RB3 for now.

  • Breshad Perriman - WR
    Posted 12/9/18 2:24pm ET

    Cleveland Browns WR Breshad Perriman posted two grabs for a game-high 81 yards in the Week 14 game against the Carolina Panthers.

    Huddle Up: Despite the big yardage total Perriman still needs to do it more regularly before fantasy owners can trust him again. The Browns travel to meet the Broncos next Saturday.

  • Gus Edwards - RB
    Posted 12/9/18 5:51pm ET

    Baltimore Ravens RB Gus Edwards rushed 16 times for 62 yards in a 27-24 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 14.

    Huddle Up: Edwards didn't find a lot of running room, but on the plus side, he led the team in carries. His status as the lead back in Baltimore's run-heavy attack will keep him in the mix as a flex play.

  • Lamar Jackson - QB
    Posted 12/9/18 5:45pm ET

    Baltimore Ravens QB Lamar Jackson (ankle) missed the end of the Week 14 game against the Kansas City Chiefs with an ankle injury, but he said afterward that the injury wasn't serious. He completed 13 of his 24 passes for 147 yards and two touchdowns and rushed 13 times for 71 yards in a 27-24 loss.

    Huddle Up: Assuming Jackson is telling the truth about the injury, he should remain a low-end QB1 candidate going forward thanks to his running ability. He has now eclipsed 70 rushing yards in all four of his starts.

  • Gus Edwards - RB
    Posted 12/7/18 8:25am ET

    Baltimore Ravens RB Gus Edwards (ankle) has a good matchup against the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 14.

    Huddle Up: The Chiefs have allowed the third-most points to the position in the last five weeks. He is questionable this week, which keeps him from RB2 territory, and makes him a flex option.

  • Joe Flacco - QB
    Posted 12/7/18 10:25am ET

    Baltimore Ravens QB Joe Flacco (hip) was a full participant in practice Friday, Dec. 7, and there's a solid chance he'll be cleared to play in Week 14. Asked if he could back up Lamar Jackson on Sunday, head coach John Harbaugh told reporters: ' Yeah, there's a scenario for that, sure.'

    Huddle Up: While the rookie Jackson is expected to start a fourth straight game Sunday, there would a much greater chance he wouldn't finish if he struggles early or the Ravens fall way behind the high-powered Chiefs and Flacco, the better pure passer, is active and available.

  • Joe Flacco - QB
    Posted 12/7/18 1:20pm ET

    Baltimore Ravens QB Joe Flacco (right hip) practiced in full Friday, Dec. 7 and he is listed as questionable for Week 14 against the Kansas City Chiefs. According to beat writer Jamison Hensley, Flacco appeared to have a hitch when he moved around, and he stretched out his hip at times during practice.

    Huddle Up: Flacco is likely to dress as the backup, but it will be Lamar Jackson serving as the starter. Avoid using Flacco until he can officially return and knock off the rust. With the Ravens winning, Jackson probably should be the starter anyway.

  • Michael Crabtree - WR
    Posted 12/7/18 1:18pm ET

    Baltimore Ravens WR Michael Crabtree (not injury related) practiced in full Friday, Dec. 7 and he is off the injury report ahead of the Week 14 game against the Kansas City Chiefs.

    Huddle Up: Crabtree remains a decent WR4 or flex fantasy player in leagues of 12 or more teams, and perhaps he sees an uptick in production against a team he is familiar with from his days with the Oakland Raiders.

  • John Brown - WR
    Posted 12/7/18 1:15pm ET

    Baltimore Ravens WR John Brown (not injury related) practiced in full Friday, Dec. 7 and is off the injury report ahead of the Week 14 game against the Kansas City Chiefs.

    Huddle Up: Brown rested his ailments on Thursdasy, getting a mid-week veteran's day of maintenance, but he is good to go for Sunday. If you depend on Smokey for fantasy purposes in deeper leagues, feel confident in starting him.

  • Joe Flacco - QB
    Posted 12/6/18 9:48am ET

    Baltimore Ravens QB Joe Flacco (hip) was practicing again Thursday, Dec. 6, and appeared to be moving around noticeably better than the previous week.

    Huddle Up: Flacco is on the verge of being healthy enough to play. Head coach John Harbaugh hasn't said whether the veteran or rookie Lamar Jackson, who has guided the team to three straight wins, would be the team's starter at that point, but the coach has hinted that both could see snaps in games, which, of course, would be a fantasy nightmare.

  • Joe Flacco - QB
    Posted 12/6/18 2:54pm ET

    Baltimore Ravens QB Joe Flacco (hip) was limited during practice Thursday, Dec. 6.

    Huddle Up: Flacco's status for Week 14 is still uncertain at this point, and it is not known if he will start if he is active for the game. Owners in all leagues probably should look for other options to use and can avoid Flacco.

  • Michael Crabtree - WR
    Posted 12/6/18 2:46pm ET

    Baltimore Ravens WR Michael Crabtree (non-injury) fully participated in practice Thursday, Dec. 6.

    Huddle Up: Crabtree has been targeted 20 times over the last four games but has been held to under 40 yards in all of those games. The Ravens may have to throw a lot against the Kansas City Chiefs this week, which makes Crabtree a possible option for fantasy lineups.

  • John Brown - WR
    Posted 12/6/18 2:33pm ET

    Baltimore Ravens WR John Brown (non-injury) did not participate in practice Thursday, Dec. 6.

    Huddle Up: Brown has received practices off in previous weeks but has been able to play each week. Brown continues to struggle with Lamar Jackson at quarterback and was held without a catch next week. The Ravens may have to throw more this week, which makes Brown a possible flex option but is not a must-start option.

  • Gus Edwards - RB
    Posted 12/5/18 10:35am ET

    Baltimore Ravens RB Gus Edwards (ankle) said he's been keeping up with treatment on his ankle and believes he'll be able to take the field in Week 14.

    Huddle Up: Edwards has been nothing short of a workhorse for Baltimore the last three weeks, averaging 20.3 carries in that span. He's not involved in the passing game, which hurts his PPR stock, but he's an RB2 candidate if he is active against the Kansas City Chiefs.

  • Michael Crabtree - WR
    Posted 12/5/18 1:56pm ET

    Baltimore Ravens WR Michael Crabtree (not injury related) did not practice Wednesday, Dec. 5.

    Huddle Up: It was simply a maintenance day, which is usually given to veteran players during the mid-week sessions to help preserve them for game day. Treat Crabtree as a WR4 or flex fantasy option heading into Week 14 against the Kansas City Chiefs.

  • Joe Flacco - QB
    Posted 12/5/18 1:58pm ET

    Baltimore Ravens QB Joe Flacco (hip) was listed as a limited participant in practice Wednesday, Dec. 5.

    Huddle Up: Flacco hasn't been ruled out as the starting quarterback this week, although with rookie Lamar Jackson running the show the team has been winning. It's uncertain if John Harbaugh would risk messing with the team's chemistry right now, so Flacco would be wearing a baseball cap while carrying a clipboard even if he is healthy.

  • Lamar Jackson - QB
    Posted 12/3/18 11:34am ET

    Baltimore Ravens QB Lamar Jackson's 265 rushing yards are the most by a quarterback in his first three NFL starts in the Super Bowl era, according to the Elias Sports Bureau.

    Huddle Up: Helping his cause his how much he is running - his 64 carries in three starts are three more than Gus Edwards has over the same time. Jackson also has yet to throw more than 25 passes in a game. At this point, Baltimore head coach John Harbaugh doesn't seem to know if he will continue starting the rookie or go back to Joe Flacco, but he told reporters Monday that Jackson has done enough to keep the job. If he starts again in Week 14, he'll get his stiffest test yet versus the Kansas City Chiefs.

  • Gus Edwards - RB
    Posted 12/2/18 5:53am ET

    Baltimore Ravens RB Gus Edwards (ankle) is expected to play in Week 13's game versus the Atlanta Falcons, according to a source.

    Huddle Up: Edwards had been listed as questionable on the injury report after logging one limited practice session and one full session during the week. He is expected to receive the bulk of Baltimore's carries going forward and should be viewed as a No. 2 running back in all fantasy formats.

  • Lamar Jackson - QB
    Posted 12/2/18 12:06pm ET

    Baltimore Ravens QB Lamar Jackson (head) left the Week 13 game early and is going through the concussion protocol.

    Huddle Up: Owners should keep an eye on the situation to see if Jackson will be able to return to the game. Jackson has been a decent quarterback since taking over a starting job and could be a low-end No. 1 quarterback if he keeps the job.

  • Lamar Jackson - QB
    Posted 12/2/18 12:21pm ET

    Updating a previous report, Baltimore Ravens QB Lamar Jackson (head) has been cleared to return to the Week 13 game after going through the concussion protocol.

    Huddle Up: Jackson has had success since taking over the starting job and can be a low-end No. 1 fantasy quarterback against favorable matchups.

  • Gus Edwards - RB
    Posted 12/2/18 5:09pm ET

    Baltimore Ravens RB Gus Edwards rushed 21 times for 82 yards in a 26-16 win over the Atlanta Falcons in Week 13.

    Huddle Up: Edwards has topped 20 carries in back-to-back games and has eclipsed 80 rushing yards in three straight. With Alex Collins out of commission and Baltimore shifting to a run-heavy approach with Lamar Jackson under center, Edwards looks like a RB2 the rest of the way.

  • Lamar Jackson - QB
    Posted 12/2/18 5:03pm ET

    Baltimore Ravens QB Lamar Jackson completed 12 of his 21 passes for 125 yards and rushed 17 times for 75 yards and a touchdown in a 26-16 win over the Atlanta Falcons in Week 13.

    Huddle Up: Jackson's passing numbers continue to leave a lot to be desired, but he has logged double-digit carries and more than 70 rushing yards in all three of his starts. His running ability gives him low-end QB1 potential.

  • John Brown - WR
    Posted 12/2/18 5:20pm ET

    Baltimore Ravens WR John Brown failed to catch any of his four targets in a 26-16 win over the Atlanta Falcons in Week 13.

    Huddle Up: Brown has managed two total receptions in three games with Lamar Jackson as the starter, and his fantasy value has disappeared in Baltimore's current offense.

  • Michael Crabtree - WR
    Posted 12/2/18 5:15pm ET

    Baltimore Ravens WR Michael Crabtree caught three of his four passes for 36 yards in a 26-16 win over the Atlanta Falcons in Week 13, and he has been held under 40 receiving yards in five straight games.

    Huddle Up: Crabtree already had a low ceiling, and his role has further decreased with Lamar Jackson under center. He can be ignored by fantasy owners.

  • Alex Collins - RB
    Posted 12/1/18 8:22am ET

    The Baltimore Ravens placed RB Alex Collins (foot) on the Reserve/Injured list Saturday, Dec. 1.

    Huddle Up: Collins had been listed as questionable on the injury report for Week 13 after logging one limited practice session and one full session during the week, so the fact that he has landed on injured reserve is somewhat surprising. Gus Edwards will continue to be Baltimore's primary running back going forward and he should be viewed as an RB2 in most fantasy formats.

  • Alex Collins - RB
    Posted 11/30/18 2:56pm ET

    Baltimore Ravens RB Alex Collins (foot) fully participated in practice Friday, Nov. 30, but is listed as questionable for Week 13.

    Huddle Up: Collins appears to have lost his starting job and could be inactive for the game. Owners probably should avoid him in all leagues even if he plays.

  • John Brown - WR
    Posted 11/30/18 2:51pm ET

    Baltimore Ravens WR John Brown (non-injury) fully participated in practice Friday, Nov. 30, and is not on the injury report for Week 13.

    Huddle Up: Brown has not been a great fantasy option since Lamar Jackson has taken over the starting job and has only two receptions in the last two games. Owners may want to bench Brown until he puts up better numbers.

  • Michael Crabtree - WR
    Posted 11/30/18 2:57pm ET

    Baltimore Ravens WR Michael Crabtree (non-injury) fully participated in practice Friday, Nov. 30, and is not on the injury report for Week 13.

    Huddle Up: Crabtree has recorded only 28 yards since Lamar Jackson has taken over the starting job but has been targeted nine times in the last two games. He has a favorable matchup but could be benched if owners have better options.

  • Gus Edwards - RB
    Posted 11/30/18 3:15pm ET

    Baltimore Ravens RB Gus Edwards (ankle) fully participated in practice Friday, Nov. 30, but is listed as questionable for Week 13.

    Huddle Up: Edwards should be fine for the Week 13 game and likely will continue to receive a majority of the carries. He should be at least a No. 2 running back for owners this week.

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