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Ravens RB Justice Hill (foot) is listed as questionable for this weekend's game vs. the Browns. He was a full participant in Friday's practice, so it looks like he'll play. RB Gus Edwards will also play after putting in a full week of practice. With both guys available (and RB J.K. Dobbins out) back in Week 2, Hill edged Edwards 11-10 in carries and garnered all 3 RB targets. Expect a fairly even backfield split on Sunday.

Ravens RB Justice Hill (foot) returned to a limited practice on Thursday. It gives him a shot to play vs. the Browns this weekend, but we'll see how he's listed on Friday's final injury report. RB Gus Edwards (concussion) put in another full practice on Thursday.

Ravens RB Gus Edwards (concussion) was a full participant in Wednesday's practice. Barring a setback, he should be cleared in time for this weekend's game vs. the Browns. RB Justice Hill (foot) remained sidelined on Wednesday. His absence on Sunday would again leave Melvin Gordon as Baltimore's No. 2 RB.

Ravens RB Gus Edwards carried the ball 11 times for 51 yards before leaving Week 3 with a concussion. Teammate Melvin Gordon III came in relief to record 32 yards on 10 carries. The Edwards injury was a big blow to Baltimore, a team that was already without RB Justice Hill due to a foot injury. Fantasy managers will have to keep an eye on the injury reports this week to see who is healthy enough to suit up in Week 4 vs. the Browns.

Ravens RB Justice Hill (foot) is out for Sunday’s game vs. the Colts. ESPN's Jeremy Fowler reported earlier this week that it "shouldn’t result in a lengthy absence” for Hill, so we’ll see if he can make it back for Week 4. Gus Edwards should operate as Baltimore’s clear lead back this weekend, with RBs Melvin Gordon and Kenyan Drake behind him.

Ravens RB Justice Hill (foot) remained sidelined on Thursday. We'll get another update on his status tomorrow, but fantasy owners should start making other Week 3 plans. Hill's absence would turn Gus Edwards into a RB2 play vs. the Colts.

Ravens RB Justice Hill has a toe injury that "could keep him out of the Week 3 matchup with the Colts," ESPN's Jeremy Fowler reports. Fowler adds that it "shouldn’t result in a lengthy absence." That explains why Baltimore added RB Kenyan Drake earlier today. We'll keep an eye on Hill's status, but fantasy owners should be making other Week 3 plans. If Hill misses the Colts game, we'd expect Gus Edwards to handle most of the RB carries.

The Ravens signed RB Kenyan Drake to the practice squad. He played 12 games for Baltimore last year, averaging a solid 4.4 yards per carry on 109 attempts. We'll see if Drake gets the nod over Melvin Gordon as Baltimore's No. 3 RB this weekend. For now, Drake is only worth stashing in the deepest of fantasy leagues.

As expected, the Ravens split work pretty evenly between RBs Justice Hill and Gus Edwards in the first game since J.K. Dobbins' Achilles' tendon tear. Hill edged Edwards 11-10 in carries and garnered all 3 RB targets. But Edwards proved more efficient. He averaged 6.2 yards per carry and delivered the team's only rushing score, from 1 yard out in the first quarter. Hill got the only other RB goal-line carry right before that. Hill caught all three of his targets for 12 yards and tallied 41 yards on his 11 carries (3.7 per rush). Expect the pair to continue splitting opportunities. A Week 3 home date with the Colts looks like a neutral rushing matchup.

Ravens RB Melvin Gordon has been elevated from the practice squad, an expected move following the season-ending injury to RB J.K. Dobbins. Gordon figures to work as the No. 3 RB behind Justice Hill and Gus Edwards. We'll see exactly how much work he steals from those guys.

The Ravens confirmed a torn Achilles for RB J.K. Dobbins. We’re expecting a committee approach with Justice Hill and Gus Edwards going forward. Next up is a road matchup with Cincinnati.

Ravens RB Justice Hill delivered 2 rushing TDs in Sunday's win over the Texans. His 8 carries tied J.K. Dobbins and Gus Edwards for the team lead, with 7 of those coming after Dobbins suffered a torn Achilles' tendon. Hill managed just 9 yards on his 8 attempts, splitting work evenly with Edwards after Dobbins went down. Edwards took his 8 carries for 32 yards and added a two-point conversion run. The two appear likely to split the backfield going forward, and we'd bet on the Ravens adding another RB.

NFL Network reports that Ravens RB J.K. Dobbins is feared to have suffered a torn Achilles. He's scheduled for an MRI to confirm. It'd be a season-ending injury for Dobbins, who had seemingly just worked back to 100% from his devastating 2021 knee injury. Dobbins' absence would leave Baltimore's backfield to Justice Hill and Gus Edwards.

The Ravens released RB Melvin Gordon. They'll carry RBs J.K. Dobbins, Gus Edwards, Justice Hill, and rookie Keaton Mitchell into Week 1.

The Athletic's Jeff Zrebiec writes that Ravens RB Justice Hill's stock is up. "You no longer should be asking whether Hill is a lock to make the team," Zrebiec adds. "It’s probably more pertinent to ask whether he’ll have a notable role on offense. He’s earned it with how he’s practiced this summer and played in the preseason." Hill has turned six preseason touches into 86 total yards, while playing ahead of RB Gus Edwards in the first exhibition. We still don't expect Hill to have tangible fantasy value behind a healthy RB J.K. Dobbins. But Hill might be the Ravens RB to own if Dobbins misses time.

The Athletic’s Jeff Zrebiec believes Ravens RB Justice Hill is “set” in the RB3 role. Zrebiec thinks it’s down to Melvin Gordon and rookie Keaton Mitchell -- if Baltimore keeps four RBs. Gordon’s made a “compelling case” to make the team, although Mitchell brings more "speed and explosiveness" (plus special teams potential). We should see both guys suit up for tonight's preseason tilt with Washington.

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