Ravens insider Aaron Wilson considers Crockett Gillmore the "likely candidate to start because he’s the closest thing that the Ravens have to a two-way tight end." Last year's 3rd-round pick caught just 10 balls for 121 yards as a rookie but graded out well as a receiver and blocker according to Pro Football Focus. That 2-way game figures to earn him plenty of playing time this season. Expect Gillmore to spend the majority of his time blocking, though, so he's unlikely to be much of a fantasy asset. But it's a reminder not to overrate TE Maxx Williams in 2015 redraft leagues. The rookie figures to operate as Baltimore's primary pass-catching TE, but he'll share targets with Gillmore and potentially Dennis Pitta.
Ravens TE Crockett Gillmore is out for the season following knee surgery. Gillmore underwent a procedure to repair his MCL. Baltimore is down to Ben Watson, Maxx Williams, Nick Boyle and Larry Donnell at TE. It’s a situation to avoid in fantasy leagues.
Ravens TE Crockett Gillmore is set to undergo surgery on his meniscus on Monday, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. As we saw with RB Kenneth Dixon, Gillmore's timetable for return will depend on whether the meniscus is trimmed or fully repaired. He could be out anywhere from 4 weeks to the entire season. We'll update his status when we know more, but Gillmore is off the redraft radar right now.
Ravens TE Crockett Gillmore has resumed running routes and taking part in individual drills at OTAs. He's ahead of schedule in his rehab from surgery to repair a torn labrum in his shoulder. “If it was up to me, I’d already be doing everything,” Gillmore said. “I should be back for training camp for sure. We’re going to try to push it and see if I can go for minicamp.” Gillmore is part of a deep Baltimore TE corps that also includes Ben Watson and Maxx Williams. They'll likely cannibalize each other's production, leaving all 3 as unreliable fantasy options.
The Ravens have placed TE Crockett Gillmore (back) on IR, ending a decent but injury-riddled campaign for him. He'll likely compete with an expanded role for 2015 rookie Maxx Williams in next year's offense, which could see plenty of offseason change. WR Breshad Perriman should return from the knee trouble that cost him his rookie year, and WR Steve Smith said he plans to retire. We'll be interested to see how things look in Baltimore heading into 2016.
Ravens HC John Harbaugh ruled TE Crockett Gillmore (back) out for Week 15 on Wednesday. Harbaugh added that Gillmore "probably is done for the year." That'll leave TE duties to Maxx Williams and Nick Boyle. Neither is a reliable fantasy option.
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