Ryan Mallett

#7 QB / Baltimore Ravens / EXP: 5YRS Height: 6-6 Weight: 245 lb Age: 27 College: Arkansas Bye 9,18,19,20,21

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  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Ravens' Ryan Mallett: Throws 56 passes in loss to Bengals

    Mallet completed 30 of 56 passes for 292 yards, with one touchdown and two interceptions Sunday against the Bengals. Mallet connected with seven different receivers, targeting Javorius Allen, Maxx Williams and Kamar Aiken each at least 10 times, though Aiken led the team with only 76 receiving yards, while fullback Kyle Juszczyk caught the lone touchdown pass. Mallet was a late-season injury replacement with no guarantee of being in Baltimore next season, and even if he is, it'll be as a backup to Joe Flacco.

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    Ravens' Ryan Mallett: Leads Ravens to victory in team debut

    Mallett completed 28 of 41 passes for 274 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's win over the Steelers. The 27-year-old led the Ravens to an improbable victory in his first start for the franchise, leading wire-to-wire versus their division rivals. Despite little to work with in the way of skill players, Mallett made the most of his debut and actually posted the highest yardage total of his five-year career. Mallett figures to start the final game of the season in what could be an audition for 2016, so expect him to get the nod once again against the Bengals on the road.

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    Ravens' Ryan Mallett: Slated to start Sunday

    Mallett is slated to start Sunday's game against the Steelers. The Ravens will give Mallett a go Sunday, with the team looking to evaluate him as a potential candidate to return next season as Joe Flacco's top backup. While Mallett has a big arm, considering how banged up Baltimore is at the skill positions, he's a very speculative fantasy lineup option in Week 16.

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    Ravens' Ryan Mallett: Expected to start Sunday's game

    Mallett is expected to start Sunday's game against the Steelers, the Baltimore Sun reports. Though coach John Harbaugh has declined to reveal his starting quarterback of late, it looks like the injury-depleted Ravens are inclined to give Mallett a try in Week 16, with the team of a mind to evaluate Mallett as a candidate to return next season as Joe Flacco's top backup. Mallett does have a big arm, but given how banged up Baltimore is at the skill positions, he's a very speculative Week 16 fantasy lineup option.

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    Ravens' Ryan Mallett: Could get a start

    Mallett may be an option to start Sunday's game against the Steelers. The Ravens are trying to evaluate as many players as possible over the final few weeks of the season, but with the arch-rival Steelers still fighting for a playoff spot, the Week 16 decision should solely be based on what's most likely to yield a victory, as unlikely as that may be. Of course, that doesn't rule Mallett out of the mix, as it's quite possible he only needs 10 days of preparation to be a superior option to Matt Schaub and Jimmy Clausen. It will likely be a rough afternoon for whichever player ends up starting.

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    Ryan Mallett: Signing with Ravens

    Mallett is signing with the Ravens on Tuesday, ESPN.com reports. After watching the offense struggle badly with Matt Schaub and Jimmy Clausen at the helm, the Ravens presumably hope to find a long-term backup quarterback with some shred of upside. Mallett has a strong arm and ideal size, much like starting quarterback Joe Flacco (knee). Mallett was released by the Texans in part because of his reaction to being benched, but he may have reassured the Ravens by explaining that he has received professional help for personal issues since that time. Although he presumably won't be a candidate to start Sunday's game against the Chiefs, Mallett might get a shot to play in Week 16 or 17.

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    Ryan Mallett: Draws interest from Ravens

    Mallet is working out for the Ravens, the Baltimore Sun reports. With Joe Flacco out for the year, Mallett could bolster the Ravens' QB depth behind Matt Schaub, but it's unclear at this stage if a signing is imminent here.

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    Ryan Mallett: Released by Texans

    Mallett was released by the Texans on Tuesday, John McClain of the Houston Chronicle reports. Mallett would have been released a day earlier had head coach Bill O'Brien not been overruled by GM Rick Smith, but all parties ultimately decided that it was time to move on from Mallett after the quarterback missed the Texans' team flight to Miami last week. It remains to be seen where Mallett will land next, and his release means the Texans will now be in the market for a new backup quarterback.

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    Texans QB Ryan Mallett misses team flight on Sunday

    Texans quarterback Ryan Mallett missed the team's charter flight Saturday and had to fly commercially in order to the join his teammates in Miami for Week 7's game against the Dolphins, the Houston Chronicle reports. This is the latest in a series of unprofessional gaffes by the Texans' backup quarterback. Had Mallett not buried himself in coach Bill O'Brien's doghouse, he surely would have replaced Brian Hoyer, who was 6 for 23 for 65 yards in the first half, in Sunday's 44-26 loss to the Dolphins.

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    Texans pick QB Brian Hoyer starter over Ryan Mallett for Week 6

    Texans quarterback Brian Hoyer will start the Week 6 game against the Jaguars, the Houston Chronicle reports. Hoyer replaced Ryan Mallett on Thursday night and proceeded to complete 24 of 31 passes for 312 yards, two touchdowns and one interception en route to compiling a 116.6 passer rating. While O'Brien hasn't hesitated to switch things up at the quarterback position this season, we suspect that this change has a good chance to stick as long as Hoyer remains healthy.

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