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Ravens WRs Odell Beckham (ankle) and Rashod Bateman (hamstring) have been ruled out for Sunday's game vs. the Browns. That leaves Nelson Agholor as Baltimore's No. 2 WR and Devin Duvernay as the No. 3. Expect a run-heavy attack from the Ravens, with WR Zay Flowers and TE Mark Andrews dominating targets.

Ravens HC John Harbaugh says the ankle injury that knocked WR Odell Beckham Jr. out of Sunday's win over the Bengals is minor. NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports that Beckham is "managing the issue" and that it's not expected to cost him game time going forward -- "if all goes well." We'll watch Beckham's status heading into a Week 3 home date with the Colts. WRs Rashod Bateman and Devin Duvernay each gained significant playing time Sunday vs. Week 1. Nelson Agholor went from 0 Week 1 targets to leading the Week 2 receiving production, but his playing time didn't grow with Beckham going down.

Ravens WR Devin Duvernay is expected to be sidelined for about 2 months after breaking a bone in his foot during Tuesday's practice, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. Duvernay is out for the rest of the regular season and playoffs but is expected to make a full recovery for 2023, per Rapoport. Baltimore is down to WRs Demarcus Robinson, DeSean Jackson, Sammy Watkins and James Proche.

Ravens WR Devin Duvernay has been placed on IR with a foot injury he suffered in Tuesday's practice. It's unclear if he has a shot to return when first eligible for the Divisional Round of the playoffs, but his regular season is over. Baltimore added WR Sammy Watkins in a corresponding move. Watkins spent last season with the Ravens but mustered just a 27-394-1 line across 13 games. He looked equally washed with the Packers this season. Watkins joins Demarcus Robinson, DeSean Jackson and James Proche in the WR corps.

Ravens QB Tyler Huntley threw for just 138 yards in Saturday's loss to the Browns. He completed 17 of 30 passes (56.7%), with 0 TDs and 1 INT. No Baltimore player exceeded 31 receiving yards, with WR Demarcus Robinson the only Raven catching more than 3 passes. We'll see about Lamar Jackson's status for a Week 16 matchup with the Falcons.

Ravens TE Mark Andrews managed just 4 catches for 53 yards on 7 targets in Sunday's win over the Broncos. He finished 2nd on the team in targets and led the group in yards in a game that saw QB Lamar Jackson leave early with a knee injury. WR Demarcus Robinson led in targets (8) and receptions (7), compiling 41 yards. WR Devin Duvernay caught all 6 of his looks for 34 yards. TE Isaiah Likely was the only other Raven to catch more than 2 balls (4-30 on 4 targets).

Ravens QB Lamar Jackson ran for 89 yards Sunday against the Jaguars to power a quality fantasy outing. He rushed a season-high 14 times and narrowly missed a 4th-quarter TD when tackled just short of the goal line. (RB Gus Edwards scored 2 plays later.) Jackson completed just half of his 32 pass attempts but tallied 254 yards, his 2nd largest total of the season. A 62-yard connection with WR DeSean Jackson helped, as did a 40-yarder to TE Josh Oliver. The latter led the team with 76 yards on 4 receptions, matching TE Mark Andrews for the team catch lead. Jackson caught 2 of 3 targets for 74 yards. WRs Devin Duvernay and Demarcus Robinson combined for just 4 receptions and 40 yards. Baltimore gets a tougher Denver pass defense in Week 13.

Ravens WR Devin Duvernay (hamstring) is active for today’s game vs. the Jaguars. He was added to the injury report and limited in practice on Friday, adding risk to his Week 12 fantasy profile. Duvernay has totaled just 9 catches over his last 5 outings, so he shouldn’t have been in your plans anyway.

Ravens WRs Demarcus Robinson (hip) and Devin Duvernay (hamstring) are expected to play vs. the Jaguars today, per NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. Both guys were listed as questionable, although Robinson was a full-go in Friday's practice. Duvernay was added to the injury report on Friday and looks like the riskier of these 2 guys from a health standpoint.

Ravens WR Devin Duvernay was added to Friday’s injury report and limited in practice with a hamstring. He’s officially questionable for this weekend’s game vs. the Jaguars. Duvernay has totaled just 9 catches over his last 5 outings and shouldn’t be in Week 12 fantasy lineups with this hamstring issue.

Ravens WR Demarcus Robinson caught all 9 of his targets for 128 yards to own the passing game in Sunday's 13-3 win over the Panthers. He accounted for 37.5% of QB Lamar Jackson's completions for the game and 61.2% of the passing yards. TE Mark Andrews (6-63 on 8 targets) was the only other Raven to reach double digits in receiving yards. WR Devin Duvernay caught his only target for 3 yards. It's the 2nd time in 3 games that Robinson has reached 8 targets and 6 receptions. Combine that with a schedule that finds Baltimore playing the Steelers, Browns, Falcons and then Steelers again to close out most fantasy football seasons, and Robinson will be worth adding off waivers in many leagues this week.

Ravens WR Demarcus Robinson (groin) is listed as questionable for Monday night's game vs. the Saints. He was added to the injury report on Friday and did not practice on Saturday, so he seems truly iffy for this one. Robinson tallied season highs with 8 targets, 6 catches and 64 yards last week but wasn't a bankable Week 9 fantasy play even before this injury. His absence would leave the Ravens with WRs Devin Duvernay, James Proche, Tylan Wallace and DeSean Jackson, who's expected to make his debut in this one.

Ravens HC John Harbaugh announced Thursday that WR Rashod Bateman will have season-ending surgery for the Lisfranc injury to his left foot. That leaves Devin Duvernay and Demarcus Robinson as the team's top 2 wideouts. ESPN's Adam Schefter reports that WR DeSean Jackson is also expected to be active for Monday night's game against the Saints. Rookie TE Isaiah Likely should see more opportunities as well, even after Mark Andrews is healthy. Losing Bateman certainly doesn't help QB Lamar Jackson, who's passing numbers have dipped since Bateman originally went down against Buffalo.

The Buccaneers have ruled out CB Carlton Davis (hip) and DB Antoine Winfield Jr. (concussion). That certainly helps the matchup for Ravens QB Lamar Jackson and his pass-catchers. Winfield has spent more time at slot CB than safety so far this season. So these absences are especially helpful to WR Devin Duvernay and TE Mark Andrews. Duvernay and Davis have each primarily run on the same side of the formation, and Andrews remains Baltimore's biggest threat from the slot. We'll see whether Andrews and WR Rashod Bateman play through their "questionable" designations. Bateman did put in a full practice Wednesday, while Andrews hasn't practiced this week.

Ravens TE Mark Andrews caught 7 balls or 106 yards and Baltimore's only passing TD in Sunday's loss to the Giants. His 11 targets marked 34.4% of QB Lamar Jackson's 32 attempts for the game, and his yardage a little more than half of the team total. WRs Devin Duvernay and Demarcus Robinson tied for 2nd on the team with 5 targets apiece. Robinson caught 3 for 27 yards, while Duvernay snared just 1 for 14 yards. Baltimore gets the Browns in Week 7.

Ravens WR Rashod Bateman (foot) is out for Sunday’s game vs. the Giants. He didn’t practice all week, so consider him iffy for Week 7. Bateman’s absence keeps Devin Duvernay in the WR3 mix this week.

Ravens WR Rashod Bateman (foot) remained out of practice Wednesday. HC John Harbaugh indicated Monday that his wideout has a chance to play Week 6, but we'll need to see him get back onto the practice field.

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