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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 S Kyle Hamilton missed Wednesday's practice with a biceps injury. He didn't miss a snap of Sunday's OT loss to the Colts, so we'd guess his Wednesday absence was more of a maintenance thing. We'll certainly track Hamilton's participation the rest of the week. He enjoyed a breakout game after moving to slot CB in the wake of Ar'Darius Washington getting injured. Baltimore got S Marcus Williams back for a limited practice Wednesday, his first action since a Week 1 pec injury. CB Marlon Humphrey (foot) remained out, as did edge players David Ojabo (ankle, knee) and Odafe Oweh (ankle).

Ravens WR Rashod Bateman (hamstring) did not practice on Wednesday. He said his hamstring tightened up late in last week's loss to the Colts. We'll track his status over the next few days, but Bateman shouldn't be in your Week 4 fantasy plans.

Ravens WR Rashod Bateman dealt with hamstring trouble late in Sunday's loss to the Colts. He said afterward that the hamstring tightened up on him but that he doesn't believe it's anything serious, according to The Athletic's Jeff Zrebiec. We'll look for further updates on Bateman and track his practice participation this coming week. Despite WR Odell Beckham's absence, Bateman mustered just one catch for six yards against the Colts.

Ravens WR Zay Flowers recorded team-highs in targets (10), catches (8), and receiving yards (48) in Sunday’s OT loss vs. the Colts. TE Mark Andrews saw some action as well, hauling in 4 of 5 targets for 45 yards in the Week 3 contest. The Ravens’ aerial attack hasn’t come out in full force yet this season, though both Flowers and Andrews have had solid fantasy relevance. The duo will look to continue their successes next week vs. the Browns.

Ravens QB Lamar Jackson made good use of his rushing ability on Sunday, leading the Ravens in rushing with 101 yards and 2 TDs on 14 carries vs. the Colts. He also completed 22 of 31 passes for 202 yards through the air in the Week 3 OT loss. The Ravens still have yet to record a ton of damage through the air this season, but it’s always great any time Jackson’s legs rack up that many fantasy points. Next up on the schedule for Jackson and company is a divisional bout against the Browns in Week 4.

Titans RB Derrick Henry managed only 20 yards on 11 attempts in a Week 3 loss. Even against a stout Cleveland defense, this outcome was tough to anticipate. Henry’s yardage marked his lowest output since 2017. The Titans’ O-line remains an issue, but Henry’s volume will keep him in the RB1 mix next week vs. Cincinnati.

Titans RB Derrick Henry (toe, rest) is not listed on the final Week 3 injury report. He got Thursday off but returned to a full practice on Friday. Henry will be ready for his usual role vs. the Browns this weekend.

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.

Titans RB Derrick Henry went from a limited practice on Wednesday to no practice on Thursday. He was listed with a toe on Wednesday but toe and rest on Thursday. It looks like he just got today off, but we'll update Henry's status again tomorrow. If he's unable to play vs. the Browns this weekend, rookie Tyjae Spears would become a plug-and-play fantasy starter.

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.

Ravens S Marcus Williams will not have surgery for his pectoral injury, according to Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic. Williams is rehabbing and not even planning to go on IR. That indicates the team hopes to get him back inside the next four games. Williams already missed the Week 2 win over the Bengals. We'll watch for updates on his expected return. In the meantime, Geno Stone is starting in Williams' place.

Titans RB Derrick Henry saw 25 carries for 80 yards and 1 TD in Week 2’s win vs. the Chargers. He also roped in 3 of 4 targets for 15 receiving yards in the contest. There’s still a massive gap between Henry’s involvement and the workload of rookie Tyjae Spears (10 touches, 55 total yards). Barring injury or a massive unforeseen shift in offensive philosophy, fantasy managers can once again count on Henry to be a significant contributor in Week 3 vs. the Browns.

Ravens QB Lamar Jackson threw for 237 yards and 2 TDs in Sunday's win over the Bengals. He added 54 rushing yards on 12 attempts, leading Baltimore in carries in the first game since RB J.K. Dobbins' injury. Jackson didn't take any sacks and avoided turnovers. He gets a favorable matchup with the Colts in Week 3 before a potentially tougher spot against Cleveland in Week 4.

Ravens TE Mark Andrews drew a team-high 8 targets in his return Sunday from a one-week quad injury. He caught five of them for 45 yards and one of Lamar Jackson's 2 TD passes. Andrews accounted for a familiar 24.2% of Jackson's total pass attempts and should be in your lineup every week he's healthy going forward.

WR Nelson Agholor led the Ravens with 63 receiving yards in Sunday's win over the Bengals. His 5 catches tied TE Mark Andrews for the team lead and included a 17-yard TD. Agholor benefited from WR Odell Beckham Jr. leaving early with an ankle injury. WR Zay Flowers fell just 1 yard short of Agholor, with a 4-62 receiving line on 5 targets. WR Rashod Bateman drew just three looks, catching all three for 18 yards. We'll see about Beckham's status for a Week 3 home date with the Colts. Even if he's out, though, we wouldn't make Agholor a priority pickup on waivers this week.

Ravens TE Mark Andrews (quad) is active for today’s game vs. the Bengals. He put in a full practice on Friday and should be ready for his usual role today.

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport confirms that Ravens TE Mark Andrews (quad) is expected to play vs. the Bengals today. He was a full participant in Friday's practice and should be ready for a full workload today.

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