College: Alabama | 10 years
Height: 5'9" | Weight: 215 lbs
Birth Date: 12/21/1989
2020 Bye Week: 7
Covid Reserve List - COVID-19
Total Pts: 45.1
Avg Pts: 4.51
Rank: 12 RB
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Baltimore Ravens RBs Mark Ingram and J.K. Dobbins aren't expected to play Wednesday, Dec. 2, against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Updating previous reports, Baltimore Ravens RB Mark Ingram (illness) is expected to fly to Pittsburgh Wednesday, Dec. 2, and be eligible to play in Week 12 against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Fantasy Spin: Ingram has posted a lot of "meh" this year. Avoid this week.
Baltimore Ravens RB Mark Ingram (illness) will be eligible to play in the Week 12 game since he would have completed his 10-day isolation by Wednesday, Dec. 2.
Fantasy Spin: Ingram will be part of the committee at running back if he plays and missed the game against the Pittsburgh Steelers earlier in the season. He probably can be avoided in most leagues since he has not posted great numbers in 2020.
Updating a previous report, Baltimore Ravens RBs J.K. Dobbins and Mark Ingram tested positive for COVID-19 on Sunday, Nov. 22, and will be placed on the Reserve/COVID-19 list Monday, Nov. 23. Gus Edwards is expected to draw the start in Week 12 against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Fantasy Spin: Literally one day after Dobbins appeared to take over the Ravens' backfield, he will be forced to miss the team's Thanksgiving night game against the Steelers. With Ingram also testing positive, it means Edwards should serve as a featured back. Given the state of the running back position this season, Edwards is a decent RB2 option even in a brutal matchup. Justice Hill is the only other back of note on the roster and figures to mix in as well, mostly on passing downs.
Baltimore Ravens RB Mark Ingram rushed two times for two yards and failed to catch a pass in a 30-24 loss to the Tennessee Titans in Week 11.
Fantasy Spin: Ingram has not been much of a factor since returning from an ankle injury, and it appears the Ravens are handing the reins of the backfield over to rookie J.K. Dobbins. At this point, Ingram is just an insurance policy for Dobbins owners.
Baltimore Ravens running back Mark Ingram II ran the ball just two times in Sunday's loss to the Tennessee Titans, finishing with two rushing yards. He played just six snaps. Ingram is third on the depth chart at running back now and is averaging one yard per carry in the past two weeks. It's time for fantasy managers to drop Ingram in everything but 14-team or deeper leagues, and you might be fine to move on there as well.
Baltimore Ravens running back Mark Ingram II (non-injury related) is not on the team's final injury report ahead of Sunday's contest against the Titans, paving the way for the veteran to take the field. Even with his status confirmed for the game, Ingram is an extremely risky fantasy asset due to the competitive nature of the Ravens' backfield with Gus Edwards and J.K. Dobbins pushing for carries. Last week, Ingram was held to just five carries for five yards, and his goal line touches are no longer as secure as they were previously due to Edwards' bruising running nature. Aside from the deepest season-long leagues, Ingram can remain on the waiver wire until he proves to see a significant share of the carries.
Baltimore Ravens DE Calais Campbell (calf) and DT Brandon Williams (ankle) did not practice all week and are listed as doubtful for Week 11 versus the Tennessee Titans. CB Jimmy Smith (ankle) was limited in practice for a second straight day Friday, Nov. 20, while LB L.J. Fort (finger) practiced in full all week; both players are listed as questionable. DE Derek Wolfe (non-injury) was added to the injury report and did not practice Friday but is expected to play. DB Anthony Levine (non-injury), OT Orlando Brown Jr. (non-injury), RB Mark Ingram (non-injury) and LB Pernell McPhee (non-injury) were not given practice designations Friday but are expected to be active.
Baltimore Ravens running back Mark Ingram II (non-injury related) did not practice Thursday, adding a wrinkle to his status for Sunday's contest against Tennessee. Ingram has battled injuries throughout 2020, but this appears to be a separate issue that should gain clarity throughout the week. Baltimore's backfield relied upon a three-headed by-committee division of labor last week, with Ingram (five carries), Gus Edwards (seven), and J.K. Dobbins (five) all getting a slice of the work. Should Ingram be unable to suit up Sunday, Edwards and Dobbins would both receive a significant bump in intrigue, as they shouldered the load during Ingram's absence earlier this year.
Baltimore Ravens RB Mark Ingram (non-injury) did not participate in practice Thursday, Nov. 19.
Fantasy Spin: Ingram will be ready to play in the Week 11 game and will continue to be part of a committee at running back. He was limited to 29 total yards on seven touches in the last game and can be avoided in most leagues.
Baltimore Ravens DE Calais Campbell (calf), DT Brandon Williams (ankle), RB Mark Ingram (non-injury), LB Pernell McPhee (non-injury) and QB Trace McSorley (non-injury) did not participate in practice Thursday, Nov. 19. CB Jimmy Smith (ankle) was limited. LB L.J. Fort (finger) practiced in full. DB Anthony Levine (non-injury) and OT Orlando Brown (non-injury) were not given practice designations after failing to log full practices earlier in the week.
Baltimore Ravens RB Mark Ingram (undisclosed) did not practice Thursday, Nov. 19.
Fantasy Spin: Perhaps this a veteran rest day, but until we hear for certain, it doesn't look like good news with Ingram having practiced fully Wednesday. We'll see what the Ravens' official Thursday practice report says.
Baltimore Ravens RB Mark Ingram (ankle) carried the ball five times for five yards on Sunday, Nov. 15, against the New England Patriots. Ingram also caught two passes for 24 yards.
Fantasy Spin: On a night that seemed to favor Baltimore's power running, Ingram and company were outshined by the Patriots, which did a better job of implementing the Ravens' playbook than they did. Ingram never got going as a runner and the team gave a nearly even split to him, J.K. Dobbins and Gus Edwards; that's an arrangement that has undercut each player's fantasy value all season long. Until there's some sign that Ingram will get more work he's not a good investment for your lineup.
Baltimore Ravens RB Mark Ingram (ankle) is officially active for the Week 10 game.
Fantasy Spin: Ingram will have to share playing time with Gus Edwards and J.K. Dobbins, which will hurt his fantasy value. He probably should be benched if better options are available.
Baltimore Ravens running back Mark Ingram II (ankle) missed the team's last two games while dealing with a high ankle sprain, but he will be active in Week 10. The news isn't much of a surprise as Ingram reportedly had a solid week of practice and had been expected to suit up for the game. It's unclear whether Ingram will be the team's starting running back in the game. He should see a significant amount of work, but the team will also heavily involve J.K. Dobbins and Gus Edwards. Ingram is a bit of a risky flex start in fantasy leagues this week.
Baltimore Ravens RB Mark Ingram (ankle) is expected to play in Week 10's game versus the New England Patriots, according to a source.
Fantasy Spin: Ingram had been listed as questionable on the injury report after participating in one limited practice session and one full session during the week. However, he is not a recommended fantasy option against New England because he will likely be splitting carries with RBs Gus Edwards and J.K. Dobbins, which makes him nothing more than a low-end flex play.
Baltimore Ravens running back Mark Ingram II (ankle) is looking good to return to the field in Week 10 against the Patriots. Ingram was looking dicey after missing practice on Thursday, though he ramped up to full participation on Friday, making his return on Sunday night likely. It's possible the veteran back will be eased back into action, which, coupled with the fact it's a Sunday night start, makes him unappealing for fantasy purposes. Fellow back J.K. Dobbins is likely the best option of the bunch, as he's led the backfield in snaps in each of the last two weeks. Look at Ingram as a desperation option, with Dobbins as a flex play and Gus Edwards checking in as a touchdown-or-bust option against the Patriots' 21st-ranked run defense.
Baltimore Ravens running back Mark Ingram II (ankle) is listed as questionable for Week 10 against the Patriots after returning to practice on Friday. Ingram missed practice on Thursday with an ankle injury that has kept him out since Week 6. Linebackers Matt Judon (calf) and L.J. Fort (finger) are also questionable. Ingram could be on track to play, but he's almost not worth the risk with the game being on Sunday night. If he plays, he could be eased back in and only see a handful of carries alongside rookie J.K. Dobbins and Gus Edwards, the two that have been carrying the load with Ingram out. Dobbins is on the RB2/3 borderline, while Edwards is a touchdown-dependent RB3/flex. It's an even cloudier backfield if Ingram returns, although the Patriots Defense has allowed the 10th-most fantasy points per game to opposing running backs this year.
Baltimore Ravens RB Mark Ingram (ankle) fully participated in practice Friday, Nov. 13, but is listed as questionable for Week 10.
Fantasy Spin: Ingram may be a game-time decision, so fantasy players can check the inactive list for his status. He will be part of a committee at running back if he plays and can be avoided in fantasy leagues.
Baltimore Ravens DE Calais Campbell (calf) did not practice all week and has been ruled out for Week 10 against the New England Patriots. CB Jimmy Smith (ankle) also did not practice all week and is listed as doubtful. LB L.J. Fort (finger) was limited in practice all week and is listed as questionable. LB Matt Judon (calf) and RB Mark Ingram (ankle) practiced in full Friday, Nov. 13, and are also listed as questionable. DE Derek Wolfe (non-injury) did not practice Friday but is expected to be active. DT Brandon Williams (non-injury) was not given a practice designation Friday but is also expected to play.