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Saints RB Kamara out, Ingram questionable

New Orleans Saints running back ALVIN KAMARA will miss tonight’s game as he continues to deal with a knee injury that has kept him out of action for the past twoMore games. The news is not unexpected, with Kamara not practicing at all this week. Meanwhile, fellow running back MARK INGRAM remains questionable with a knee issue of his own. Stay tuned, fantasy owners. Less

Source: NBC Sports

Around the NFL: Tony Jones

The Saints don't have much interest in giving the media any more information than is absolutely required. We really have no idea how long Alvin Kamara will be out with his knee injury. And now we have to wonder whether Mark Ingram will be available tomorrow night, or if we should be scrambling to add Tony Jones.   more »


Podcast: November 2 episode of the Fantasy Index Podcast available now

Moishe Steigmann and Justin Eleff work the waiver wire after Week 8 of the NFL regular season, then play a punishing game of #SUPPLYbyDEMAND. Sponsored by Affordable Trophies.  more »



Saints RB Ingram ready to roll vs. Bucs

Running back MARK INGRAM traveled to New Orleans on Thursday, is slated to practice with the Saints today, and will be ready to play on Sunday against Tampa Bay. New OrleansMore acquired Ingram on Wednesday via a trade with the Houston Texans. While ALVIN KAMARA will remain the fantasy stud in New Orleans, Ingram will provide much needed veteran depth and should have more fantasy relevance with his new team than he had with his old team. Less

Source: Tampa Bay Times


Reunited and it Feels So Good

Apologies in advance if the song remains stuck in your head the rest of the day. After a Wednesday afternoon trade between New Orleans and Houston, former Saints running back MARKMore INGRAM has been reunited with his former team and backfield mate ALVIN KAMARA. New Orleans drafted Ingram in the first round in 2011, and he played for the Saints for eight seasons before eventually being exiled this year to Houston. Ingram adds veteran depth in the Saints backfield. Less

Source: New Orleans Times-Picayune

Factoid: Three-back committees

Brian Flores says Miami will use all three of its running backs -- Myles Gaskin, Salvon Ahmed, Malcolm Brown. David Culley will likely do the same with Houston's backfield of Phillip Lindsay, Mark Ingram and David Johnson. Perhaps he'll even find some chances for Rex Burkhead; you don't want to leave that on the bench. Death to fantasy value.   more »



Texans sign former Patriots RB Burkhead

The Houston Texans signed former New England Patriots running back REX BURKHEAD earlier this week. Burkhead, who turns 31 this summer, adds competition and depth to an already crowded running backMore room that also includes the likes of DAVID JOHNSON, MARK INGRAM, and PHILLIP LINDSAY. Burkhead is the ninth former Patriots player added by the Texans since the team hired former New England executive Nick Caserio as general manager. Less

Source: Houston Chronicle


Texans sign former Broncos RB Lindsay

The Houston Texans signed former Denver Broncos running back PHILLIP LINDSAY to a one-year deal late last week. Fantasy owners have work to do in sorting through the Texans backfield options,More as Lindsay joins fellow veterans DAVID JOHNSON and MARK INGRAM at the position. Lindsay became an unrestricted free agent when the Broncos rescinded the RFA tender they had originally placed on him. Less



Texans sign veteran RB Ingram

The Houston Texans signed running back MARK INGRAM to a one-year deal late last week, meaning the veteran rusher’s days in Baltimore have come to an end. Ingram will likely be the main backup in Houston, with DAVID JOHNSON recently taking a pay cut to remain with the Texans.

Source: Team Blog


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 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


Ravens RB Ingram takes a step backward

After a limited practice session on Wednesday, Baltimore Ravens running back MARK INGRAM took a step backward as he missed Thursday’s practice entirely. Ingram continues to deal with an ankle injuryMore that has kept him out of the last two games. Should Ingram remain out, it seems likely that GUS EDWARDS and J.K. DOBBINS will carry the load in the backfield for Sunday night’s game against the New England Patriots. Less

Source: NBC Sports


Ravens rookie RB Dobbins to have “significant role” in offense

Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh said on Tuesday that rookie running back J.K. DOBBINS will have a “significant role” in the offense this season. Harbaugh offered much praise for hisMore rookie back, saying that Dobbins is “confident, talented, coachable, and a hard worker”, among other attributes. Fellow running back MARK INGRAM is expected to be the starter, but Dobbins appears to be right there with the veteran workhorse. Less

Source: Team Website

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