Ravens DE Calais Campbell (calf) is active for tonight's game against the Browns. He didn't participate in practice this week, though, and looks like a risk to play near his normal snap share.
Ravens DE Calais Campbell (calf) is questionable for Monday night's game against the Browns. Campbell returned to action in Week 13 after 3 games down between the calf injury and a stint on the COVID list, but he played just 29% of the snaps and then missed practice all week. Avoid Campbell for IDP lineups this week.
Ravens TE Mark Andrews has been activated from the COVID list. That puts him on track to return for Monday night's game vs. the Browns. Andrews posted 7-61 and 5-96-1 lines on 16 total targets in his last 2 games and now gets Cleveland's 30th-ranked TE defense. He scored twice in the 1st meeting against the Browns back in Week 1.
Ravens DE Calais Campbell, S Chuck Clark, S DeShon Elliott and OLB Jaylon Ferguson are all active for tonight's game against the Cowboys. All 4 entered the day questionable but are available for IDP use.
Ravens QB Lamar Jackson has been activated from the COVID list. He's fully expected to start against the Cowboys on Tuesday night. That's a plus matchup. But the expected absences of TE Mark Andrews and WR Willie Snead leave Jackson as just a mid-range QB1.
Ravens TE Mark Andrews remains on the COVID list and is not expected to play against the Cowboys on Tuesday, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports. Andrews should be on fantasy benches. His absence is a hit to QB Lamar Jackson's upside.
Ravens QB Lamar Jackson is expected to be activated from the COVID list and start Tuesday's game against the Cowboys, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports. Jackson carries elevated risk in Week 13 fantasy lineups coming off the illness -- but the matchup is sweet vs. Dallas' 22nd-ranked QB defense.
Ravens DE Calais Campbell (calf) and S Chuck Clark (knee) are questionable for Tuesday's game against the Cowboys. Clark missed practice Thursday, Friday and Saturday and doesn't look like a good bet to play. Campbell just came off the COVID list Saturday and put in a limited workout. He hasn't played since leaving early in Week 9 with the calf injury, so there's certainly risk to him -- even if he plays. We'll keep an eye on his status leading up to the game.
Ravens RBs J.K. Dobbins has been activated from the COVID list and will return for Tuesday night’s game against the Cowboys. When we last saw the rookie back in Week 11, he carried 15 times for 70 yards and a score while playing 63% of Baltimore’s offensive snaps. A similar role would make him an upside RB2 in a plus matchup vs. Dallas.
Ravens RBs J.K. Dobbins and Mark Ingram were not activated from the COVID list for today's game vs. the Steelers. We'll see if they're able to return for Tuesday night's game vs. the Cowboys. It'll be Gus Edwards, Justice Hill and practice-squad call-up Ty'Son Williams in the Ravens' backfield vs. Pittsburgh's 5th-ranked RB defense.
ESPN's Jamison Hensley doesn't expect Ravens RBs J.K. Dobbins or Mark Ingram to play against the Steelers on Wednesday afternoon. Both guys are eligible to be activated from the COVID list, but it sounds like the time away from the team will keep them off the field today. We'll find out for sure around 2 pm ET. Dobbins and Ingram's absences would leave Gus Edwards as Baltimore's lead back, with Justice Hill the #2.
With the Ravens-Steelers game being moved to Wednesday, RBs J.K. Dobbins and Mark Ingram are now eligible to return from the COVID list and play, according to NFL Network's Tom Pelissero. It feels like months ago, but Dobbins broke out for 70 yards and a score on 15 carries when we last saw Baltimore vs. the Titans. Ingram and Gus Edwards combined for just 5 carries in that one. We can't know what the time on the COVID list will mean for Dobbins' role, but he's the best bet for fantasy points in the Ravens' backfield on Wednesday (assuming the game is played).
Ravens TE Mark Andrews has tested positive for COVID and will miss Tuesday night's game against the Steelers, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. With TE Nick Boyle out for the season, Luke Willson is left as Baltimore's top TE.
The Ravens had no new positive COVID tests on Saturday, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter, and their game vs. the Steelers is still on for Tuesday night. QB Lamar Jackson, RB J.K. Dobbins and RB Mark Ingram -- along with a host of others -- will miss the game on the Baltimore side. Pittsburgh will be without RB James Conner.
Chiefs WR Sammy Watkins (hamstring, calf) put in a full week of practice and isn't listed on the final injury report. He carries plenty of risk in his 1st action since Week 5 but averaged 6.8 targets, 4.8 catches and 49.5 yards across 4 games to open the season. He's an upside WR4 vs. the Bucs on Sunday.
Ravens QB Lamar Jackson has tested positive for COVID. He's 1 of 4 Baltimore players who returned a positive test on Thursday, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. "No way it can be played," a source told Schefter of Sunday's Ravens-Steelers game. That one is still on for now, but fantasy owners should start planning as if Ravens and Steelers players won't be available. Jackson is definitely out for Week 12. And Baltimore is scheduled to play the Cowboys next Thursday night, further complicating the situation. QB Robert Griffin will start for the Ravens if they play on Sunday.
Chiefs WR Sammy Watkins (hamstring, calf) put in a full practice on Wednesday. Barring a setback, he should return for this weekend's game against the Bucs. Watkins has been out since Week 5 but averaged 6.8 targets, 4.8 catches and 50 yards in 4 full games. He's in the WR4 mix for Week 12
The NFL has moved this week's Steelers-Ravens game from Thursday night to Sunday afternoon as Baltimore deals with a COVID outbreak. For now, the only impact is a 2-game, rather than 3-game, Thanksgiving slate. We'll continue to keep an eye on the situation in Baltimore. We imagine more COVID positives could push the game out of this week.
Ravens RBs J.K. Dobbins and Mark Ingram have tested positive for COVID-19 and will hit the reserve list, according to NFL Network's Mike Garofolo. Unless they turn out to be false-positives -- which have been fairly rare this season -- that means both RBs will miss at least Thursday night's game against the Steelers. That leaves Gus Edwards to control the backfield for that game. He figures to check in as a RB2 in our Week 12 rankings and should be scooped up wherever available. We'll see about the status of Dobbins and Ingram for Week 13.
Ravens DE Calais Campbell (calf) and NT Brandon Williams (ankle) are doubtful for Sunday's game against the Titans. Campbell is the defense's top-graded lineman in run defense, according to Pro Football Focus. Williams rates poorly in that area, but losing your starting NT isn't likely to help your run D. The pair of injuries improves the matchup for Titans RB Derrick Henry.
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