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Tagged: J.K. Dobbins (28 Results)


Ravens sign RB Bell to practice squad

The Baltimore Ravens are signing veteran running back LE’VEON BELL to the team’s practice squad. Bell is expected to move to the active roster after practicing with the team if allMore goes well and according to plan. The Ravens lost running back J.K. DOBBINS to a torn ACL in their final preseason game and JUSTICE HILL to a torn Achilles in a recent practice. Bell, meanwhile, has gone from the top of fantasy draft boards just a few seasons ago to mostly a fantasy afterthought. Time will tell if he takes advantage of his latest opportunity. Less

Source: NBC Sports

Factoid: Baltimore Ravens

J.K. Dobbins tore his ACL almost a week ago, but the Ravens haven’t yet added a running back. Is there going to be a notable addition to the Baltimore backfield?  more »


Podcast: September 1 episode of the Fantasy Index Podcast available now

Ian Allan and Justin Eleff close out their preseason tour with AFC West and NFC North previews. They like to hang out together in that way. Sponsored by RealTime Fantasy Sports (  more »


MRI confirms Dobbins injury, Ravens RB out for 2021 season

An MRI confirmed on Sunday that Baltimore Ravens running back J.K. DOBBINS suffered a season-ending knee injury in Saturday’s preseason finale against the Washington Football Team. Dobbins tore his left ACLMore after he caught a screen pass from LAMAR JACKSON on the Ravens’ first drive of the game. The Ravens were counting on Dobbins to be the lead running back after he finished strong down the stretch of his rookie season in 2020. Less

Source: Baltimore Sun

Around the NFL: Gus Edwards

One series. That's how much the Ravens starters played against Washington last night, and that's how long it took for starting running back J.K. Dobbins to be carted off after taking a low hit to the knee that bent his leg backwards in a way human limbs shouldn't go. Sean McVay is nodding grimly.   more »


Factoid: 2nd-half running backs

I think everyone has a good sense of who the top running backs are; it's the next tier that's hazy. Players in committees, or injury-prone, or stuck on bad teams or likely to cede passing down work. Picking the right players in those 3rd through 6th rounds of drafts can make or break a fantasy team.   more »


Mailbag: June 10, 2021

Ian Allan answers your fantasy football questions. Special kickoff edition. How to handle the 18th week. Are Gronk and D'Andre Swift viable keepers? Travis Kelce's relative value. Special bonus trivia question. And more. more »



Ravens and RB Edwards agree to contract extension

The Baltimore Ravens and running back GUS EDWARDS reached an agreement on a two-year contract extension earlier this week. Edwards has been a productive and valuable running back during his threeMore seasons in Baltimore after entering the league as an undrafted free agent. Edwards and second-year running back J.K. DOBBINS are expected to provide a formidable one-two punch to lead Baltimore’s ground attack heading into the 2021 season. Less

Source: Team Website

Around the NFL: J.K. Dobbins

A recent quote from Ravens offensive coordinator Greg Roman that the team "is going to use all of its running backs" has some concerned about the workload for J.K. Dobbins. If Baltimore is using a three-back committee with Gus Edwards and Justice Hill, it would be hard for Dobbins to put up great numbers. If such quotes cause Dobbins to slip in drafts, good.   more »


Around the NFL: J.K. Dobbins

I see where J.K. Dobbins says he’s anxious to build on his rookie season. He wants to carry the ball more and play a bigger role in the offseason. That kind of talk, of course, is always easier in the offseason.  more »



Ravens release veteran RB Ingram

The Baltimore Ravens officially waived veteran running back MARK INGRAM after two years with the team. Ingram was a healthy scratch in four of the Ravens’ last five games, as rookieMore J.K. DOBBINS and GUS EDWARDS became Baltimore’s lead running backs. Ingram, 31, went to his third Pro Bowl in 2019 and will likely find a new team heading into the upcoming season. Less

Source: Team Website


Ravens, Browns provide fantasy fireworks on Monday Night Football

Monday night’s game between the Baltimore Ravens and the Cleveland Browns might just be the game of the year, both in fantasy football and the real version. Quarterbacks BAKER MAYFIELD andMore LAMAR JACKSON both totaled 3 touchdowns with Mayfield more effective passing and Jackson at his best rushing. Cleveland running backs NICK CHUBB and KAREEM HUNT each scored 2 touchdowns, while Baltimore’s duo of J.K. DOBBINS and GUS EDWARDS accounted for 3 total touchdowns. Less

Source: Cleveland Plain Dealer


Ravens run over Cowboys on TNF

Baltimore Ravens quarterback LAMAR JACKSON rushed for nearly 100 yards and a touchdown in Tuesday night’s win over the Dallas Cowboys. The Ravens unleashed a relentless rushing attack that amassed 294More yards against Dallas, with GUS EDWARDS, J.K. DOBBINS, and MARK INGRAM getting in on the act along with Jackson. Dallas came into the game with the worst rush defense in the league and left the game with that mark still intact. Less



Ravens running backs Dobbins, Ingram eligible to play vs. Steelers

Baltimore Ravens running backs J.K. DOBBINS and MARK INGRAM will be eligible to play in Wednesday’s game against the Pittsburgh Steelers With the game being rescheduled to Wednesday, Dobbins and Ingram can now clear the ten day isolation period – making them eligible to play.

Source: CBS Sports


Ravens place running backs Ingram, Dobbins on Covid-19 reserve list

Baltimore Ravens running backs MARK INGRAM and J.K. DOBBINS have tested positive for Covid-19 and were placed on the Covid-19 reserve list. Under the NFL’s coronavirus policy, Ingram and Dobbins willMore have to miss Thursday night’s much anticipated rematch against the undefeated Pittsburgh Steelers. Backup running back GUS EDWARDS is expected to be the team’s primary back on Thursday. Less

Source: Baltimore Sun

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