|Offense||2nd||206.0 (1st)||201.6 (27th)|
|Defense||4th||93.4 (5th)||207.2 (6th)|
|49||Board, Chris||LB||6-2||237||7/23/1995||3||North Dakota State|
|80||Boykin, Miles||WR||6-4||220||10/12/1996||2||Notre Dame|
|93||Campbell, Calais||DE||6-8||300||9/1/1986||13||Miami (FL)|
|36||Clark, Chuck||SS||6-0||205||4/19/1995||4||Virginia Tech|
|27||Dobbins, J.K.||RB||5-10||212||12/17/1998||R||Ohio State|
|31||Dorsey, Khalil||CB||5-9||181||3/31/1998||R||Northern Arizona|
|71||Ellis, Justin||DT||6-2||350||12/27/1990||7||Louisiana Tech|
|45||Ferguson, Jaylon||LB||6-5||270||12/14/1995||2||Louisiana Tech|
|58||Fort, L.J.||LB||6-0||232||1/3/1990||6||Northern Iowa|
|3||Griffin III, Robert||QB||6-2||213||2/12/1990||8||Baylor|
|40||Harrison, Malik||LB||6-3||247||3/5/1998||R||Ohio State|
|43||Hill, Justice||RB||5-10||200||11/14/1997||2||Oklahoma State|
|99||Judon, Matt||OLB||6-3||261||8/15/1992||5||Grand Valley State|
|41||Levine, Anthony||DB||5-11||207||3/27/1987||9||Tennessee State|
|92||Madubuike, Justin||DT||6-3||300||11/17/1997||R||Texas A&M|
|90||McPhee, Pernell||OLB||6-3||269||12/17/1988||10||Mississippi State|
|7||McSorley, Trace||QB||6-0||202||8/23/1995||2||Penn State|
|74||Phillips, Tyre||G||6-5||330||1/29/1997||R||Mississippi State|
|83||Snead, Willie||WR||5-11||200||10/17/1992||6||Ball State|
|79||Stanley, Ronnie||T||6-6||315||3/18/1994||5||Notre Dame|
|96||Washington, Broderick||DT||6-2||305||12/4/1996||R||Texas Tech|
|98||Williams, Brandon||DT||6-1||336||2/21/1989||8||Missouri Southern State|
|80||Acklin, Jaelon (IR)||WR||6-1||189||8/10/1995||R||Western Illinois|
|50||Alaka, Otaro (IR)||LB||6-3||239||5/18/1996||2||Texas A&M|
|23||Averett, Anthony (IR)||CB||5-11||184||11/30/1994||3||Alabama|
|Bailey, Aaron (IR)||WR||6-2||222||//||R||Northern Iowa|
|33||Byndom, Carrington (IR)||DB||6-0||180||7/7/1992||1||Texas|
|34||Collins, Alex (IR)||RB||5-10||208||8/26/1994||3||Arkansas|
|Henry, Daniel (IR)||DB||6-1||196||8/30/1994||R||New Mexico|
|37||Marshall, Iman (IR)||CB||6-1||210||2/27/1997||2||USC|
|84||Wesley, Antoine (IR)||WR||6-4||206||10/22/1997||1||Texas Tech|
|White, DeAndrew (IR)||WR||6-0||195||10/16/1991||3||Alabama|
|25||Young, Tavon (IR)||CB||5-9||185||3/14/1994||5||Temple|
|51||Adeoye, Aaron||LB||6-6||250||8/26/1993||1||Southeast Missouri State|
|38||Bonds, Terrell||DB||5-8||182||7/22/1996||1||Tennessee State|
|Bryant, Dez||WR||6-2||220||11/4/1988||10||Oklahoma State|
|69||Crawford, Aaron||DT||6-1||315||11/4/1997||R||North Carolina|
|97||Rivers, Chauncey||LB||6-2||262||6/12/1997||R||Mississippi State|
The Alabama product went down in Saturday's practice, and as evidenced by this news, the injury was likely serious. White had four catches for 51 yards across 10 games with the Panthers in 2019, and he'll stay on Baltimore's IR pending an injury settlement.
Hill hasn't taken the field all season after dealing with a thigh injury for the first two weeks and ending up as a healthy scratch in Week 3. That changes Sunday against the Washington Football Team, though it's admittedly unclear what, if any, role the second-year back might have on the offense (or if he'll be limited to special teams). Hill still presumably will have to work behind Mark Ingram, J.K. Dobbins and Gus Edwards in terms of the pecking order for carries.
Mekari finished this past Sunday's win over the Rams after Skura left the contest.
Wesley signed a futures deal with the Ravens this offseason after landing a contract with the club as an undrafted free agent prior to the 2019 campaign. The team isn't ready to give up on him yet, moving the second-year wideout to the IR list.
Brown was originally placed on the NFI list after failing the team's conditioning test prior to training camp. However, he has since shown improvement and is back at practice working as a depth lineman.
While Stone made it through final roster cuts entering the season, he had yet to be activated to the gameday roster. He will now look to make an impression on the practice squad.
Joe Burrow's LSU teammate was a nightmare for the rookie signal-caller Sunday, beginning his prolific afternoon with a combo strip-sack/fumble recovery at the 9:40 mark of the second quarter. Queen would also scoop up a fumble forced by Marcus Peters on rookie wideout Tee Higgins, collecting the loose ball and streaking 53 yards down the field to provide Baltimore with a prohibitive 27-0 lead with 8:21 to play in regulation. Queen now has nine or more tackles in three of his past four games, as he heads into a Week 6 matchup against a Philadelphia offense that is tied with Dallas for an NFL-high 11 giveaways.
Fort was limited in practice all week, but it looks as if he'll suit up for his regular role at inside linebacker. He recorded five tackles in 43 defensive snaps a week ago, while also logging 20 snaps in a special-teams role.
Ward secured a rotational role in Baltimore's linebacker corps upon joining the team midway through the 2019 regular season, regularly handling a 50-plus percent snap share. He projects to handle similar duties for the 2020 campaign, which would keep him off the radar in IDP formats.
Madubuike made his NFL debut last week against the Bengals, playing 45 percent of the defensive snaps and recording one tackle. He's set for an increased snap share Week 6, and Jihad Ward should rotate in a bit as well. Madubuike has a prime matchup on tap, as the Eagles will be without their starting right tackle Lane Johnson (ankle) and right guard Matt Pryor (illness).
What remains to be seen is whether Bozeman will start at guard or center, according to Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic. The retirement of longtime standout Marshal Yanda, along with Matt Skura's progressing rehab from a torn ACL, MCL and PCL, leaves the Ravens with a need at both positions. A 2018 sixth-round pick, Bozeman handled a full 16-game allotment of starts last season.
Peters avoided a setback over the weekend and is ready for Sunday's cross-conference clash. The 2015 first-round pick has been impressive this year, allowing a 71.1 passer rating when targeted. The Eagles don't have many pass-catching options, so Peters will look to shut down Travis Fulgham and Greg Ward.
The 27-year-old was promoted from the practice squad as an extra player for the first two games of the season, and he join the roster in a traditional capacity ahead of Monday's game against the Chiefs. Richards exclusively played special teams over the first two contests and figures to play a similar role versus Kansas City.
The 25-year-old safety got home to the quarterback on the very first play of the fourth quarter, sacking Joe Burrow for a seven-yard loss on an afternoon that consisted of seven total sacks for the Ravens defense. Clark also seemingly recorded an interception at the 9:50 mark of the second quarter, but the turnover would not stand because of a defensive offside penalty on Matt Judon. Clark is already more than halfway to his career high in tackles (73) through just five games of the 2020 campaign, as Baltimore prepares to face Philadelphia's bottom-10 scoring offense in Week 6.
Dobbins' stats were nothing to write home about, but Mark Ingram left the game with an ankle injury, opening the door for the rookie to take on double-digit touches for the first time in his young career. The extent of Ingram's injury remains to be seen, but he will have an extra week to heal as the Ravens go on bye before returning to face the Steelers in Week 8. If the veteran is forced to miss any action, Dobbins and Gus Edwards would both stand to benefit from a fantasy perspective, though the team seems likely to continue its backfield-by-committee approach.
It's unclear why Byndom landed on injured reserve in the first place, but he's now eligible to sign elsewhere.
Jackson averaged a pedestrian 6.9 yards per attempt and was held under 200 passing yards for the fourth straight game, with his only score through the air coming on a seven-yard connection with Nick Boyle. He was excellent as a runner, however, as he topped the 100-yard mark for the first time this season and scored an electrifying 37-yard rushing touchdown. Jackson hasn't been quite as dynamic this season as he was a year ago, but he still owns an excellent 10:2 TD:INT and has his team sitting at 5-1. He'll use the upcoming bye week to rest before taking on the Steelers in Week 8.
The Ravens' initial 53-man roster features just two tight ends -- Mark Andrews and Nick Boyle. The team may look to keep Wolf around on the practice squad if he's healthy, but the undrafted rookie is a run-blocking specialist, so his upside in this powerhouse offense would be capped.
The undrafted rookie tight end passed through waivers without being claimed, so he will remain with the Ravens for the year but will be unable to play. While playing his senior season at Oregon last season, Breeland suffered a torn ACL, which he is still working his way back from. In six games before his injury last season, the tight end recorded 26 receptions for 405 yards and six touchdowns.
The exact location and severity of the injury remain unclear, but the Ravens are set to cut ties with the converted wide receiver rather than keeping him rostered on injured reserve. He'll be free to sign with any team once he's at full strength and able to pass a physical, although that may not be until the start of the 2018 season.
This is tough news for the team and Levine, as he'll see his consecutive games streak end at 117. Levine will have an extra week to get healthy, as the Ravens will enter their bye week in Week 7. In Levine's stead, Jordan Richards will take over as the team's depth strong safety behind Chuck Clark.
Hairston was cut to make room for Javelin Guidry on the active roster. The 26-year-old cornerback will look to catch on as a depth option elsewhere in the league.
With Mark Ingram exiting due to an ankle injury, Edwards led the team in carries and found the end zone from seven yards out in the first quarter. Meanwhile, rookie J.K. Dobbins took on double-digit touches for the first time in his young career, though his output was nothing to write home about. Both backs would stand to take on larger roles in Week 8 against the Steelers if Ingram is still on the mend, but the team's upcoming bye could afford him time to heal, which would maintain the team's backfield-by-committee approach.
The veteran was a serviceable backup to Lamar Jackson, completing over 60 percent of his passes and eating up snaps when games were decided with time remaining. Griffin wasn't quite sharp enough to revive his stock as a potential starter elsewhere, however. He struggled in his lone start, going 11-for-21 passing for 96 yards and a pick. Griffin is under contract through 2020, so he should be expected to reprise his role as the backup this coming season unless Baltimore unexpectedly decides it's comfortable with Trace McSorley as its No. 2 behind Jackson.
Collins auditioned for his old team, where he rushed for 125 yards and one touchdown on 31 carries back in 2016. The Seahawks are continuing to explore options at running back after signing Marshawn Lynch and Robert Turbin last week to combat a long list of injuries at the position.
Powers was inactive for Monday's win over the Rams but now appears fully clear of the thumb injury. The rookie fourth-round pick has yet to appear in a game this season.
Acklin was reportedly impressing at Hamilton's training camp prior to the cancellation of the 2020 CFL season. He had a brief stint with the Ravens during the 2018 offseason.
The 27-year-old was inactive for the win over the Eagles prior to the Week 7 bye, but he was able to practice with no limitations with the added recovery time. Moore has yet to see the field this season due to thigh and finger injuries, but he appears on track to make his season debut Sunday against the Steelers.
With his deal with Baltimore now official, the three-time Pro Bowl receiver becomes the most noteworthy practice squad player in the NFL. The 31-year-old Bryant hasn't made an NFL appearance since 2017, with a torn Achilles' tendon suffered in November 2018 forcing him to put his career on hold. Bryant has been back to full health for more than a year and was waiting for the right opportunity to emerge, and he appears to have identified one with Baltimore. The Ravens are expected to give him a long look in their practice sessions over the next few weeks before determining if he can provide an upgrade over some of their existing depth wideouts on the 53-man roster.
Ferguson took some time to acclimate to Baltimore's defensive scheme, but he successfully carved out a rotational role beginning Week 6 and regularly handled 60 percent of snaps on defense per game from that point on. To garner significant IDP consideration for 2020, however, Ferguson will likely need to improve his upside as a pass rusher.
Brown's modest numbers in targets, catches and receiving yards led the team on a day the offense managed just 186 yards through the air. He totaled 163 yards on 10 combined receptions over the last two games, but this middling effort represented the third time he's been held under 60 receiving yards in six games this season. Brown, who is still on pace to top 1,000 yards for the season, will look to pick up the pace in Week 8 against the Steelers after the upcoming bye.
The 26-year-old sustained a torn left ACL in his left knee during Week, and it was only a matter of time before he shifted to injured reserve. Young is set to miss the rest of the season after missing the entirety of the 2019 campaign due to neck issues.
It's unclear what Grimble is dealing with, but the Ravens signed Sean Culkin to the practice squad to fill Grimble's spot.
Ellis has played in four games this season as a backup to Williams, and he's recorded just one tackle. The veteran will have an increased role Sunday, and he'll look to disrupt a banged-up Eagles' offensive line. Miles Sanders is a major concern for the Ravens' defense, and Ellis will be responsible for pressuring Carson Wentz as well.
Skura, who tore his left ACL, MCL and PCL last November, is expected to participate in Monday's padded practice. The Ravens are counting on Skura to start at center for the 2020 campaign, and the 27-year-old looks to be within striking distance of a Week 1 return.
Averett is expected to miss four to six weeks due to a fractured shoulder, which would seem to indicate that he won't return to action for Baltimore until late November at the earliest. His absence will be a notable blow to the Ravens' depth at cornerback.
Holden was claimed off waivers from the Cardinals in July but won't make it to the regular-season roster with the Dolphins. The 2017 fifth-round pick started 11 contests in Arizona over the last two seasons.
A perfect outing for Tucker on Sunday, he hit two field-goal attempts from 46-yards out and one from 55-yards away. He'll look to keep his perfect streak alive once the Ravens come back from their bye in Week 8.
The rookie out of SMU still has his work cut out for him in terms of making an impact on offense, but Proche will likely get the chance to contribute on special teams right away. Proche logged 50 punt returns in college and averaged a career-best 9.6 yards per return in 2019. However, Proche (4.63 40-yard dash) lacks standout speed, so it's not a lock that he'll remain the team's returner all season.
Ingram, despite having had a bye week to rest up, still hasn't progressed enough in recovery of his mid-to-high left ankle sprain to resume practicing. At this point it looks like the veteran running back is trending in the wrong direction for Sunday's game against the Steelers, though he will have two more opportunities to practice in some capacity. Baltimore's backfield will be led by Gus Edwards and J.K. Dobbins if Ingram is forced to miss more time.
Judon registered his first two sacks of the 2020 campaign. He tallied 9.5 sacks a season ago, so while he was off to a slow start entering Week 4, he's right back on track following an impressive week despite playing in just 59 percent of his squad's defensive snaps (42).
Moore was let go amid roster cuts after having spent the offseason in Baltimore. The Tennessee-Martin product will now get a chance to continue learning on the practice squad.
Marcus Peters (thigh) is also active, but that's been the case all year and Smith has still managed to carve out a decent workload. He's played at least 78 percent of the defensive snaps on three occasions, and he's totaled 13 tackles and a sack through five games.
The Ravens have just two tight ends on the active roster -- Mark Andrews and Nick Boyle. They placed TE Xavier Grimble (undisclosed) on the practice squad injury list Tuesday, so Culkin will fill Grimble's place for the time being.
Although the Ravens scored 30 points for the fifth time in six games, Andrews finished with a new season low in yardage as the Eagles defense made a concerted effort to stop him. He has five touchdowns through the first six games of the season, but he still hasn't reached 60 receiving yards and has been held under 30 three times, creating a somewhat touchdown-dependent fantasy profile. Andrews will enjoy a bye next weekend before taking on the Steelers in Week 8.
Bowser took a notable step forward in 2019, surpassing his tackle and sack totals from the previous two seasons combined. The 2017 second-round pick stands to contribute as a situational pass rusher for the Ravens in 2020.
Boyle is now up to two touchdowns on the season, matching his total from 2019. He played 56 snaps, good for 77 percent of the team's total offensive plays and his highest percentage since Week 2 against the Texans. Boyle is a minor red-zone weapon for the Ravens, but weeks where he outproduces Mark Andrews will remain few and far between. He'll be on a bye this week before returning to action Week 8 against the Steelers.
Campbell had an intriguing matchup against an injury-riddled offensive line, and he capitalized in dominant fashion. The 34-year-old entered the game with just one sack through the first five contests, but he erupted Sunday en route to his fourth career game with three or more sacks. Campbell has a good chance to hit double digits in the category again, but he'll enjoy a well-deserved Week 7 bye before taking on a tough Steelers team in Week 8.
The 22-year-old landed on the practice squad/injured list in mid-September, but he'll return to the practice squad now that he's healthy. Welch made a strong impression in training camp and could join the active roster if Baltimore needs depth at linebacker.
Phillips exited early in the Ravens' last game before the Week 7 bye, but the rest period appears to have been enough for him to get healthy. The rookie third-rounder is expected to be active and start at right guard in Sunday's game against the Steelers.
Snead again was lightly used Sunday, but he managed to make a splash play with a strong run after the catch on a 32-yard gain. He was on the field for 67 percent of the snaps, a slight uptick from his 60 percent clip Week 5. Snead is on a bye Week 7 before returning to action Week 8 against the Steelers, and while he'll still see plenty of playing time, the Ravens may start diverting more of their targets to young players like Devin Duvernay.
Alaka suffered a knee injury during this past Sunday's win over the Bengals, and it's serious enough to keep him out of the lineup for the next three weeks. The Texas A&M product has only played on special teams this season, so his absence won't affect the defensive dynamic.
The deal places Humphrey among the league's highest-paid defensive backs and locks both him and Marcus Peters in the Baltimore secondary through the 2022 season. Per Ian Rapoport of NFL Network, it also features $66 million in total guaranteed money. Humphrey is coming off a career-best tackle and interception totals, and he has recorded double-digit passes defended each season in the league. His fantasy value is a far cry from his real-life value, as opposing quarterbacks often fear targeting the shutdown corner, but with Peters on the other side of the field, rival offenses will have limited options.
The rookie continues to make the most of his opportunities, having caught 10 of his 12 targets for 90 yards through six games. His snap count ticked up Sunday as well, seeing 26 snaps for 36 percent of the Ravens' total offensive plays. Sunday marked the highest snap count of Duvernay's young career by eight plays. The Ravens are on a bye Week 7, and it would not be surprising to see them try to get the rookie more involved when they return to action.
Sunday will mark the second straight week that Stanley will suit up despite battling the shoulder injury, so that could be the norm going forward for the Notre Dame product. Now healthy enough to play, expect Stanley to take over his usual role at left tackle for Week 6.
The fact that Marshall was subsequently placed on IR on the same day as he suffered the injury is certainly bad news. The injury specifics are unclear, but it's highly likely that Marshall won't be able to make an impact on the field again until the 2021 season.
Ricard plays a key role for the Ravens as a fullback and depth defensive lineman. He's proven a versatile offensive weapon this season, performing well as both a blocker and pass catcher, so it's not much of a surprise to see Baltimore opting to lock him up through 2021. However, Ricard doesn't warrant any fantasy consideration.
It was another nondescript outing from Boykin, who has yet to go over 40 yards or four catches in any game this season. His playing time the past three weeks has dipped down below a 60 percent snap share in each of those games, and Sunday's percentage was just 45. Meanwhile, rookie Devin Duvernay slowly but surely is playing more snaps each week. The Ravens said in the lead-up to Sunday's game that they were looking to get Boykin more involved, but that certainly wasn't the case. He'll be on a bye before returning to action Week 8 against the Steelers.
Williams had close contact with a person infected with the illness and did not actually test positive himself, so the fact that he was activated so quickly is a great sign. Now healthy, expect the veteran to assume his usual starting nose tackle role in Sunday's game against the Steelers.
The edge rusher will join his third team in three months after the Vikings acquired him from Jacksonville in late August, giving up a 2021 second-round pick and a 2022 conditional fifth-round selection in the deal. With Minnesota sitting at 1-5 and facing an uphill battle to reach the postseason, the team has elected to move on from Ngakoue while getting most of its draft capital back in the deal. According to Schefter, Ngakoue will arrive in Baltimore in the next 24 hours to undergo COVID-19 testing, and if cleared, he should be ready to make his Ravens debut Nov. 1 against the Steelers coming off the team's Week 7 bye. Despite Minnesota's collective struggles, Ngakoue was productive as a pass rusher during his six games with the club, logging 13 tackles, five sacks and two forced fumbles.
Williams tore his ACL during his senior season at BYU and ended up going undrafted before signing with Baltimore. The rookie couldn't make the 53-man roster in a crowded backfield, but he'll be kept around in case an injury surfaces.
Fluker was added to the injury report with a questionable tag Saturday, but he's been cleared to play and is slated for a reserve role Monday.
Coach John Harbaugh said Wolfe "should be fine" for the Week 8 matchup against the Steelers, and the defensive end's full-speed practice certainly lines up with that notion. Wolfe should be ready to start against a sturdy offensive line Sunday.
After stints in Chicago and Washington over the preceding four years, McPhee returned to Baltimore in 2019 for his second stint with the team that drafted him. He was in the midst of a resurgent campaign with the Ravens before a torn triceps ended his season in late October, finishing with 19 tackles and three sacks across seven appearances. Presumably healthy again after inking a new deal with Baltimore, McPhee should factor into the rotation with Jaylon Ferguson and Jihad Ward at the edge-rushing spot opposite Matt Judon.
This is extremely positive news for the rookie out of Texas Tech, as he was forced to miss last week's game with an illness. Now healthy, Washington will resume his usual depth duties across the defensive line. Washington has just one assisted tackle through three games this campaign.
McSorley has yet to suit up for a game this season, as he's the clear No. 3 quarterback behind Lamar Jackson and Robert Griffin. He likely won't make an appearance unless Jackson or Griffin get hurt.
Bredeson sat out the 2020 Combine due to a hamstring injury sustained during the Senior Bowl in January, but Baltimore's investment of fourth-round capital suggests that the team isn't overly concerned about his health. A four-year starter at Michigan, Bredeson (6-foot-5, 315 pounds) showcased the desired toughness in college to project him as a tentative eventual starter along the interior of Baltimore's offensive line. A lack of desirable length may limit his developmental upside, however.
Coach John Harbaugh all but cemented Elliott's status Monday, stating that "[Elliott's] worked hard all through the offseason, and it's his time." Elliott suffered a knee injury Week 6 of last year that forced him to spend the remainder of the season on injured reserve. In the six games before he got hurt, the 23-year-old only supplied six tackles, primarily in a special-teams role. Even though Elliott lacks experience, the fact that he's been thrust into a starting role elevates his IDP value tremendously.
Harrison is another addition at linebacker for the Ravens. The Ohio State product is an elite athlete, checking in with a 4.66-second 40-yard dash with top-tier percentile scores in the cone drill and broad jump at 6-foot-3 and 247 pounds. He's a physical player who had 75 tackles and 16.5 tackles for loss as a senior for the Buckeyes. Harrison will challenge for snaps at linebacker as a rookie in Baltimore.