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    Offensive Matchup

    Total Yards
    Per Game
    424.0
    418.5
    Passing Yards
    Per Game
    310.2
    246.0
    Rushing Yards
    Per Game
    113.8
    172.5
    Points Per Game
    30.2
    22.0
    Third Down
    Conversion %
    34.8
    46.6
    Time of
    Possession
    28:48
    31:41
    Ravens
    Chiefs

    Defensive Matchup

    Total Yards
    Per Game
    390.2
    334.0
    Passing Yards
    Per Game
    295.8
    216.0
    Rushing Yards
    Per Game
    94.5
    118.0
    Points Per Game
    20.8
    34.0
    Third Down
    Conversion %
    35.0
    38.3
    Ravens
    Chiefs
  • Baltimore Injuries
    DatePosPlayerInjuryNFL StatusFantasy News
    07/11/16WRMichael CampanaroBackPROBABLECampanaro (calf strain) has been deemed healthy, the Ravens' official website reports.

    Campanaro has dealt with a long list of soft-tissue injuries since he was selected in the seventh round of the 2014 draft, limiting him to just eight games through his first two professional seasons. However, he's made a strong impression when healthy, showing promise as both a slot receiver and return specialist. After missing part of the offseason program due to the calf injury, Campanaro should enter training camp at 100 percent. He's acknowledged that this will be his make-or-break season, as the Ravens have a deep group at wide receiver, potentially leaving him on the roster bubble.

    (Updated 06/30/2016)
    07/11/16RBKenneth DixonHamstringPROBABLEDixon missed rookie minicamp and the first round of OTAs due to a strained hamstring he suffered at Louisiana Tech's pro day in March, The Baltimore Sun reports.

    Selected in the fourth round of the 2016 NFL Draft at No. 134 overall, Dixon scored the second-most touchdowns (87) in FBS history while also topping 1,000 scrimmage yards in each of his four seasons. His quickness and receiving ability should make him a nice fit in offensive coordinator Marc Trestman's pass-oriented scheme, but the Ravens already have a pair of capable pass-catching backs in Justin Forsett and Javorius Allen. It thus seems Dixon will merely vie for a role as part of a possible committee, though injuries during training camp could easily change the situation. Regardless, the Ravens don't seem worried about Dixon's hamstring injury and expect him to be a full go for the start of camp in late July.

    (Updated 06/02/2016)
    07/11/16LBElvis DumervilFootPROBABLEDumervil (foot/ankle) has been placed on the PUP list, but he is expected to return at some point during training camp, the Ravens' official site reports.

    Dumervil missed the Ravens' offseason program after having a preventative procedure on his foot/ankle. Neither team nor player has provided much information about the issue, but there's been no suggestion that Dumervil is in any real danger of missing Week 1. With fellow outside linebacker Terrell Suggs (Achilles) also unavailable for the start of training camp, Za'Darius Smith and second-round rookie Kamalei Correa could get extended work with the first-team defense.

    (Updated 07/25/2016)
    07/11/16QBJoe FlaccoKneeQUESTIONABLEFlacco (knee) is not on the PUP list for the start of training camp, the Ravens' official site reports.

    True to his word, Flacco is available for the start of training camp, despite suffering a torn ACL only eight months ago. The health of his receiving corps seems to be the bigger issue, with both Steve Smith (Achilles) and Breshad Perriman (knee) unavailable for the start of camp and uncertain for the beginning of the season.

    (Updated 07/25/2016)
    07/11/16RBTrent RichardsonKneePROBABLERichardson (knee) will begin training camp on the PUP list, Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network reports.

    This is an unsurprising move as the 25-year-old Richardson underwent arthroscopic knee surgery in late June, and was expected to miss several weeks as a result. The third pick in the 2012 draft is hoping to find new life in Baltimore this season, but will need to get back on the field to earn his way into the mix.

    (Updated 07/23/2016)
    07/05/16WRDarren WallerSuspensionSUSPENDWaller has been suspended four games for violating the NFL's substance abuse policy.

    Waller will be able to stay with the team through training camp and the preseason before serving his suspension once the season begins. In six games as a rookie last year, he recorded just two receptions for a total of 18 yards, though he did have a greater impact on special teams, where he was a gunner. He'll look to improve on his offensive numbers from last season once his suspension is complete.

    (Updated 07/01/2016)
    06/14/16WRBreshad PerrimanKneeQUESTIONABLEPerriman (knee) will begin training camp on the PUP list, Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network reports.

    The 2015 first-round pick missed his entire rookie season with a PCL injury, and suffered a scare earlier in the offseason when he was diagnosed with a partial ACL tear in his other knee. Fortunately, Perriman was able to opt for a stem-cell injection to help the ligament heal and avoid surgery. The Ravens anticipated that he would not be ready for the start of training camp, but remain optimistic he will be ready to return to the field prior to the start of the season. With the uncertainty surrounding veteran Steve Smith Sr. returning from an Achilles injury the Ravens are already thin in the receiving department, which will leave plenty of opportunity for Perriman should his recover remain on track.

    (Updated 07/23/2016)
    05/18/16TECrockett GillmoreBackQUESTIONABLEGillmore (shoulder/back) was on the field for OTAs last week and should be ready for the start of training camp, The Baltimore Sun reports.

    Reports on Gillmore's health have been all over the place this offseason, as it was initially reported he might need two or three surgeries, with his back and both of his shoulders problematic. The flame was fueled when the Ravens signed Ben Watson, a capable in-line blocker who also caught a career-high 74 passes for the Saints last season. As it turns out, Gillmore only needed surgery on one of his shoulders, setting him up for a return at the beginning of camp. Though looking better than expected from a health standpoint, Gillmore is unlikely to regain the bit of fantasy utility he carved out last season, as he'll now have to compete with Watson, 2015 second-rounder Maxx Williams and (possibly) Dennis Pitta (hip) for snaps at tight end. The Ravens also added depth at running back and wide receiver, albeit with no clear top target among the bunch.

    (Updated 06/02/2016)
    05/18/16TEDennis PittaHipQUESTIONABLEPitta (hip) is not on the PUP list for the start of training camp, the Ravens' official site reports.

    Pitta hasn't played in a game since September 2014, when he suffered a fractured and dislocated right hip for the second time in two years. Retirement was a real possibility at one point, but Pitta reportedly looked good during the Ravens' offseason program. Now 30 years old and still carrying significant risk of re-injury, Pitta will need to compete for a role on a team that also has Ben Watson, Crockett Gillmore and Maxx Williams at tight end.

    (Updated 07/25/2016)
    05/18/16WRSteve SmithAchillesQUESTIONABLESmith (Achilles) will start training camp on the PUP list, Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network reports.

    This is an unsurprising move as it has already been announced that the veteran Smith would not be playing in the preseason. He suffered his Achilles injury on Nov. 1, and was not able to participate in any offseason workouts. His role with the team this season remains uncertain until he is able to display he has recovered from the serious injury. However, the Ravens have relatively thin depth in their receiving department, so he will have plenty of opportunity to produce if he can get healthy.

    (Updated 07/23/2016)
    04/27/16TENick BoyleSuspensionSUSPENDBoyle has been suspended for the first 10 games of the 2016 campaign due to a violation of the NFL's policy on performance-enhancing drugs, Jeff Zrebiec of the Baltimore Sun reports.

    Boyle was utilized sparsely as a rookie in 2015, hauling in 18 balls for 153 yards over the course of 11 games. However, he received his first suspension related to PEDs on Dec. 7 and subsequently missed the final four contests of the season. With Boyle out of the picture for most of next season, the Ravens rely upon Crockett Gillmore (back) and Maxx Williams to man tight end.

    (Updated 02/19/2016)
    04/27/16DBWill DavisKneePROBABLEDavis (knee) ran at close to full speed during last weeks OTA, The Baltimore Sun reports.

    Traded from Miami to Baltimore in September in exchange for a late-round draft pick, Davis served as the Ravens' nickelback before tearing an ACL for the second time in two years. Given the shaky state of Baltimore's depth chart at cornerback, Davis could compete with the likes of Shareece Wright and Jerraud Powers for the starting job across from Jimmy Smith (foot). Davis will be 11 months removed from suffering the injury when Week 1 rolls around.

    (Updated 06/02/2016)
    04/27/16DBMatt ElamBicepsPROBABLEThe Ravens will not pick up the fifth-year option on Elam's (biceps) rookie contract, the Baltimore Sun's Jeff Zrebiec reports.

    The 32nd overall pick in the 2013 NFL Draft, Elam struggled mightily through his first two seasons, then missed all of 2015 with a torn biceps. He should be healthy for training camp but will likely just compete for backup role. The Ravens signed Eric Weddle to start at one safety spot, and they're expected to test out converted cornerback Lardarius Webb at the other.

    (Updated 05/02/2016)
    04/27/16LBTerrell SuggsAchilles QUESTIONABLESuggs (Achilles) has been placed on the PUP list, but he is expected to return at some point during training camp, the Ravens' official site reports.

    Bouncing back from a torn Achilles suffered in Week 1 last season, Suggs was unable to participate in any of the Ravens' offseason program. Head coach John Harbaugh did say a few weeks ago that Suggs had a chance to be ready for the start of training camp, and while it's now clear that won't actually come to fruition, the team does still expect him to be ready for Week 1. With fellow outside linebacker Elvis Dumervil (foot) also starting camp on the PUP list, Za'Darius Smith and Kamalei Correa should get plenty of first-team reps.

    (Updated 07/25/2016)
    Kansas City Injuries
    DatePosPlayerInjuryNFL StatusFantasy News
    07/11/16RBJamaal CharlesKneeQUESTIONABLECharles (knee) will take part in individual drills at Tuesday's minicamp practice, BJ Kissel of the Chiefs' official site reports.

    Charles has been present at offseason practices for rehab and off-field work for the past few weeks, but he's yet to make an on-field appearance alongside his teammates. Tuesday thus marks a significant step in his recovery from the torn ACL suffered in Week 5 last year, with all reports to date suggesting that Charles is on/ahead of schedule. There is some thought that Charles, even if he returns to full health, might lose touches to Spencer Ware and Charcandrick West, who formed an effective duo in the superstar's absence last season. Prior to the injury, Charles was handling a huge workload while playing the vast majority of offensive snaps; he had 71 carries, 21 receptions, 541 scrimmage yards and five touchdowns in just 4.5 games.

    (Updated 06/14/2016)
    07/11/16DBPhillip GainesKneePROBABLEGaines (knee) "will probably be the guy at the [other] corner spot [opposite Marcus Peters]" according to head coach Andy Reid, the the Kansas City Star reports.

    When 2015 starter Sean Smith bolted for Oakland, the starting cornerback job opposite AP Defensive Rookie of the Year Marcus Peters went up for grabs. Though lost to an ACL tear last September, Gaines appears to be the frontrunner for the gig. He's been unable to participate in team drills during the majority of the Chiefs' offseason program, but has taken part in individual drills and should be ready for training camp. If his knee holds up through the end of the summer, the starting job should be his to lose.

    (Updated 07/12/2016)
    04/27/16LBJustin HoustonKneeQUESTIONABLEHouston (knee) won't be ready for the start of next month's training camp, ESPN.com reports.

    The Chiefs still do not have a concrete timetable outlined for Houston, who underwent ACL surgery in February, though GM John Dorsey maintains that the linebacker will play for the team at some point this coming season. With that in mind, Dorsey noted of Houston, "I don't know how much he's going to do in camp. But, listen, he's where he needs to be right now and he's a hard worker. He's bound and determined to get back. We'll just see how it works out. There is no timetable. It's just when he's right, he's right and we'll roll." Houston, who racked up 22 sacks in 2014, is coming off a 2015 campaign in which he recorded 30 tackles and 7.5 sacks in 11 games.

    (Updated 06/19/2016)
 
 
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