Baltimore Ravens

Stadium: M&T Bank Stadium | Coach: John Harbaugh
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense17th91.4 (28th)256.2 (12th)
Defense7th89.4 (5th)232.8 (9th)
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11Aiken, Kamar WR6-22155/30/19894Central Florida
37Allen, Javorius RB6-02228/27/19912USC
24Arrington, Kyle DB5-101868/12/19868Hofstra
 Bell, Kenny WR6-11972/25/19922Nebraska
45Beyer, Brennen DE6-325611/25/19921Michigan
86Boyle, Nick TE6-42602/17/19932Delaware
 Broxton, Jarell G6-33223/27/1993RBaylor
 Campanaro, Michael WR5-91911/25/19913Wake Forest
39Canady, Maurice CB6-11935/26/1994RVirginia
51Correa, Kamalei DE6-32504/27/1994RBoise State
46Cox, Morgan LS6-42334/26/19867Tennessee
 Daniel, Robertson DB6-120510/2/19911Brigham Young
94Davis, Carl DT6-53273/2/19922Iowa
30Dixon, Kenneth RB5-102121/21/1994RLouisiana Tech
62Ducasse, Vladimir T6-532510/15/19877Massachusetts
58Dumervil, Elvis DE5-112501/19/198411Louisville
33Elam, Matt DB5-102089/21/19914Florida
5Flacco, Joe QB6-62451/16/19859Delaware
80Gillmore, Crockett TE6-626011/16/19913Colorado State
93Guy, Lawrence DT6-43053/17/19906Arizona State
69Henry, Willie DT6-33003/20/1994RMichigan
 Houston, Stephen RB6-022510/28/1991RIndiana
42Huff, Marqueston DB5-111964/6/19923Wyoming
74Hurst, James T6-531212/17/19913North Carolina
66Jensen, Ryan T6-43105/27/19913Colorado State-Pueblo
99Jernigan, Timmy DT6-22959/24/19923Florida State
91Judon, Matt DE6-32758/15/1992RGrand Valley State
44Juszczyk, Kyle RB6-12404/23/19914Harvard
92Kaufusi, Bronson DE6-62857/6/1991RBrigham Young
4Koch, Sam P6-12228/13/198211Nebraska
41Levine, Anthony DB5-112003/27/19875Tennessee State
72Lewis, Alex T6-63154/21/1992RNebraska
23Lewis, Kendrick DB6-02056/16/19887Mississippi
31Lewis-Harris, Chris DB5-101852/11/19894Tennessee-Chattanooga
 Lokombo, Boseko LB6-324010/15/1990ROregon
59Louis, Lamar LB5-1123210/2/1993RLouisiana State
 Luckett, Cavellis LB6-024512/6/1992RMiddle Tennessee State
15Mallett, Ryan QB6-62506/5/19886Arkansas
84Matthews, Chris WR6-522810/6/19893Kentucky
16Mayle, Vince WR6-22286/12/19911Washington State
50McClellan, Albert DE6-22506/4/19866Marshall
10Moore, Chris WR6-12006/16/1993RCincinnati
57Mosley, C.J. LB6-22416/19/19923Alabama
67Nembot, Stephane T6-632012/7/1991RColorado
48Onwuasor, Patrick DB6-02178/22/1992RPortland State
54Orr, Zach LB6-02256/9/19923North Texas
18Perriman, Breshad WR6-22159/10/19932Central Florida
78Pierce, Michael DT6-033911/6/1992RSamford
88Pitta, Dennis TE6-42386/29/19857Brigham Young
26Powers, Jerraud DB5-101937/19/19878Auburn
27Price, Sheldon CB6-21943/26/19911UCLA
 Pughsley, Jarrod G6-431012/18/19901Akron
81Reynolds, Keenan WR5-1019012/13/1993RNavy
38Rolle, Jumal DB6-01905/28/19903Catawba
68Skura, Matt C6-33052/17/1993RDuke
89Smith, Steve WR5-91955/12/197916Utah
90Smith, Za'Darius DE6-42759/8/19922Kentucky
22Smith, Jimmy DB6-22107/26/19886Colorado
79Stanley, Ronnie T6-63203/18/1994RNotre Dame
55Suggs, Terrell LB6-326510/11/198214Arizona State
34Taliaferro, Lorenzo RB6-022512/23/19913Coastal Carolina
9Tucker, Justin K6-118011/21/19895Texas
96Urban, Brent DE6-73005/5/19913Virginia
64Urschel, John G6-33006/24/19913Penn State
 Vaughan, Dustin QB6-52401/27/19912West Texas A&M
71Wagner, Ricky T6-631010/21/19894Wisconsin
17Wallace, Mike WR6-02058/1/19868Mississippi
84Waller, Darren WR6-62559/13/19922Georgia Tech
82Watson, Benjamin TE6-325112/18/198013Georgia
21Webb, Lardarius DB5-1018210/12/19858Nicholls State
32Weddle, Eric DB5-111951/4/198510Utah
77Wesley, De'Ondre T6-63267/28/19922Brigham Young
28West, Terrance RB5-102251/28/19913Towson
87Williams, Maxx TE6-42574/12/19942Minnesota
98Williams, Brandon DT6-13402/21/19894Missouri Southern State
24Wright, Shareece DB5-111844/8/19876USC
73Yanda, Marshal G6-33059/15/198410Iowa
36Young, Tavon CB5-91773/14/1994RTemple
53Zuttah, Jeremy G6-43006/1/19869Rutgers
Injured Players
33Byndom, Carrington (IR) DB6-01807/7/19921Texas
Roster Analysis
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Position Listing
Kenneth Dixon
Dixon had 10 carries for 44 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's loss to the Bengals and he added three receptions for 19 yards.

The rookie out of Louisiana Tech had a solid finish to his first season in the NFL, piling up 372 yards and three total touchdowns on 82 carries. He did not debut with the Ravens until Week 5, but his role steadily increased through down the stretch despite the presence of Terrance West. Given that West played on a one-year contract with Baltimore in 2016,it's not necessarily a guarantee that he'll be back with the team next season. Dixon routinely displayed an ability to run through contact and he was rarely brought down by the first defender he met in the open field. If West does not return in 2017, Dixon would have a clear path towards being the Ravens' featured back in his second season.

C.J. Mosley
Mosley (calf) did not participate in the 2017 Pro Bowl due to injury.

Mosley strained his calf in Week 17 against the Bengals, an injury that head coach John Harbaugh estimated would take three weeks to heal, according to The Baltimore Sun. Although Sunday's Pro Bowl was over three weeks removed from the end of the regular season, Mosley liked erred on the side of caution and skipped the event in order to ensure his health for the start of the Ravens' offseason activities in early April.

Ryan Jensen
The Ravens announced on Friday that tight end Phillip Supernaw, safety Brynden Trawick, cornerback Rashaan Melvin and offensive lineman Ryan Jensen signed their exclusive-rights free agent tenders.

Supernaw was mostly a reserve in 2014 and had two catches for 27 yards. Trawick is a backup safety that plays on special teams coverage units. Melvin was signed off of the Dolphins' practice squad after injuries decimated the cornerbacks. Jensen was a 2013 draft pick that ended up spending the majority of 2014 on the practice squad.


Maurice Canady
Canady suffered a thigh injury in Sunday's matchup with the Raiders and is questionable to return.

The specifics of the injury are still unknown but look for more details to emerge once the game concludes. The cornerback has yet to log a snap on defense this season as he plays primarily on special teams.

Thigh - Questionable for the start of training camp
Boseko Lokombo
No Updates
Cavellis Luckett
No Updates
Jeremy Zuttah
Ravens center Jeremy Zuttah was able to practice during Thursday's final minicamp session, according to the team's site. 

Zuttah is recovering from offseason hip surgery. He practiced on a limited basis. Zuttah played the 2014 season with a lot of pain, especially when he was in his blocking stance. 

Zuttah was an integral part of the Ravens' success on the offensive line a year ago. The Ravens only gave up 19 sacks, the second-fewest in the NFL, and rushed for 126.2 yards per game, which ranked eighth in the league.

Darren Waller
Waller finished the season with 10 receptions on 17 targets for 85 yards and two touchdowns.

The Ravens had a logjam at tight end for much of the season, with Dennis Pitta serving as the only reliable contributor at the position on a weekly basis. Waller didn't make his season debut until Week 5 and didn't see his first targets until his fourth appearance. That said, Waller began to capitalize on his limited opportunities as the season wore on, snaring just under 60 percent of his targets and converting two of them for touchdowns. Although his target volume and overall production don't jump off the page, it's worth noting that seven of his 17 targets (41 percent) came in the red zone. While that isn't much of a sample size, it's worth comparing that to Pitta's red zone target rate of 10.7 percent. Waller has the size (6-6, 245) and testing numbers, which include a 4.46 40-yard dash and 37-in vertical jump, to make him a red zone threat in the Ravens' passing attack. Given that quarterback Joe Flacco will not have major targets Steve Smith and possibly Kamar Aiken at his disposal, Waller could have some deep sleeper potential in 2017.

Vladimir Ducasse
The Bears have signed guard Vladimir Ducasse, according to the team. It is a one-year deal for Ducasse who spent last year with the Vikings.

The 27-year-old is entering his sixth season in the NFL. He started six games last year for the Vikings.

Maxx Williams
Ravens head coach John Harbaugh said the team hopes to have Williams (knee) back next season, ESPN's Jamison Hensley reports.

The comment makes it clear that Williams, a 2015 second-round selection, won't be a candidate to return from injured reserve. A decision hasn't been made on surgery, but even if it's avoided, the young tight end will remain on IR for the rest of his second professional season. While only 22 years old, Williams may have to treat 2017 as a make-or-break season, especially if Dennis Pitta and Crockett Gillmore are still on the Baltimore roster.

Knee - Questionable for the start of training camp
Zach Orr
Orr (neck) announced he is retiring from the NFL due to a congenital neck/spine condition.

Devastating news for the Ravens, as Orr was one of the best up-and-coming linebackers on the team. Before suffering the neck injury in Week 16, the linebacker had tallied 133 tackles, five pass deflections, three interceptions, and one forced fumble on the season. His sudden retirement leaves the Ravens with a massive hole in their linebacking corp that may look to fill through either the draft or free agency this offseason. In three season in the league, Orr recorded 163 tackles, one sack, six pass deflections, three interceptions, and one forced fumble through 46 games.

Neck - Out for the start of training camp
Michael Pierce
No Updates
Steve Smith
Smith officially announced his retirement from the NFL on Friday. In his letter to commissioner Roger Goodell, Smith said, "This is to notify you that as of today I, Steve Smith Sr., will no longer be antagonizing defensive backs. I am retiring from the National Football League."

Smith finishes his storied career as the NFL's seventh-leading receiver, racking up 14,731 yards over 16 seasons. He's also one of 14 players in NFL history with over 1,000 career receptions (1,031). The five-time Pro Bowler played his first 13 seasons with the Panthers, during which time he helped lead the Panthers to Super Bowl XXXVIII and also led the league in receptions, receiving yards and touchdowns in 2005 after missing the majority of the 2004 campaign with a broken leg. Although Smith checked in at just 5-foot-9, he still struck fear into opposing secondaries with his tenacity, speed, and ability to come down with the ball in seemingly every contested situation. Given his body of work and standing among some of the All-Time greats in terms of receptions and yards, Smith figures to be a candidate for the Hall of Fame once he's eligible.

Sheldon Price
Price (hamstring) has been placed on injured reserve, ESPN's Jamison Hensley reports.

With Shareece Wright (back) a late scratch, Price got the first start of his career in Sunday's loss to Washington. If Wright were to miss any more time, Tavon Young or Jerraud Powers would be the top candidates to join the starting lineup. Price doesn't seem like a strong candidate to be Baltimore's one player to return from injured reserve.

Hamstring - Questionable for the start of training camp
Jumal Rolle
Rolle (Achilles) spent the 2016 campaign on injured reserve.

The journeyman defensive back suffered a torn Achilles during the offseason program, ending his season before it could kick off. Although the ailment could impact his workload in the coming months, the upcoming restricted free agent may be hard-pressed to land a gig with 22 tackles (18 solo) to his name in 19 games across two prior years in the NFL.

Achilles - Questionable for the start of training camp
Ryan Mallett
Mallett completed 3-of-6 passes for 26 yards and one interception across four appearances in 2016.

With Joe Flacco staying healthy for the 2016 campaign, Mallett rarely saw any playing time this season. His longest appearance lasted 13 snaps in Week 13 during a blowout win over the Dolphins, but he only attempted three passes in that outing. Mallett is set to hit free agency this offseason, but the Ravens could retain him in order to keep a backup with some starting experience on the roster behind Flacco.

Carrington Byndom
Byndom (undisclosed) reached an injury settlement with the Ravens on Wednesday, Jayson Braddock of SportsTalk 790 reports.

It's unclear why Byndom landed on injured reserve in the first place, but he's now eligible to sign elsewhere.

Undisclosed - Questionable for the start of training camp
Benjamin Watson
Watson suffered a torn Achilles on the first snap of Saturday's preseason game against the Lions.

Signed to a two-year, $7 million contract in the offseason, the 36-year-old Watson was locked in as Baltimore's starting tight end. The only good news for the team is that it boasts strong depth at the position, though Maxx Williams (undisclosed) and Dennis Pitta (finger) are nursing injuries of their own, with neither available for Saturday's exhibition. Crockett Gillmore, the starter for most of last season, figures to get the majority of first-team snaps in Saturday's game. Gillmore could take on a lot of Watson's planned workload in the regular season, as he's a much better blocker than Williams or Pitta. Watson will miss the entire season.

Achilles - Questionable for the start of training camp
Jarell Broxton
No Updates
John Urschel
The following players have been ruled inactive for the Ravens in Week 5 against the Colts: Chris Canty, Arthur Brown, Eugene Monroe, John Urschel, Phillip Supernaw, Timmy Jernigan and Michael Campanaro.
Za'Darius Smith
Smith (ankle) has been listed as questionable for Baltimore's Week 2 matchup with Cleveland, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reports.

Smith didn't practice at all throughout the past week, which could mean he's closer to doubtful than questionable to play, though as a depth player the team may activate him and limit his snaps. If he's held out look for Matt Judon to see some extra reps.

James Hurst
Ravens left tackle Eugene Monroe is set as the starter this season, according to the Baltimore Sun, which is reporting that there will be no open competition at that spot despite the emergence of James Hurst.

Hurst excelled as an undrafted free agent last year while Monroe proved inconsistent after signing a hefty free-agent deal. He also dealt with injuries that forced him to miss five games.

Patrick Onwuasor
No Updates
Anthony Levine
Levine (toe) is active for Sunday's game against the Steelers.

Levine was questionable to play after being limited by a nagging toe injury all week in practice. He projects to serve in a special-teams role Sunday.

Keenan Reynolds
Reynolds was promoted to the Ravens' active roster Friday.

Reynolds, a rookie who played quarterback for Navy in college, is slated to provide depth at wide receiver and in the return game for the Ravens in their season finale against the Bengals.

Joe Flacco
Flacco completed 32 of 49 passes for 267 yards and an interception in Sunday's 27-10 loss to the Bengals.

Flacco set a Ravens franchise record with 4,317 passing yards, but had a pedestrian 20:15 touchdown to interception ratio and 8-8 record to go with the impressive yardage total. He will likely lose wide receiver Steve Smith to retirement this offseason, which will make topping 4,000 yards in 2017 difficult for a quarterback who had failed to reach that mark in any of his first eight professional seasons prior to this one.

Breshad Perriman
Coach John Harbaugh expressed optimism that Perriman could become the Ravens' No.1 receiver. "I sure hope that Breshad Perriman becomes a true No.1. To me, there are signs that that is possible. But he has a way to go...You see the radius and you see the speed, and I think you see that here is a guy who has a chance," said Harbaugh.

Perriman showed major flashes of potential in his first healthy season as a professional this year, hauling in 33 of 66 targets for 499 yards (15.1 YPR) and three touchdowns. Those numbers could have been even more impressive if not for a touchdown that was called back in Week 17 when it was determined that he was down by contact before crossing the plane. Perriman could be looking at a major role increase in 2017 given Harbaugh's comments coupled with Steve Smith Sr.'s retirement and Kamar Aiken's potential departure. Harbaugh did point to a few areas of improvement for Perriman, such as route-running and catch rate, but those are issues that can be worked on during the offseason. Should Aiken leave, Perriman could move into a starting role opposite Mike Wallace in an offense where Baltimore's top two targets each saw over 100 targets in 2016.

Robertson Daniel
Daniel was released by the Ravens on Saturday, Jeff Zrebiec of the Baltimore Sun reports.

Daniel was merely a depth option in the team's secondary after being promoted from the practice squad in late October. His release gave way for the Ravens to elevate safety Matt Elam (knee) back to the active roster.

Mike Wallace
Wallace caught all four passes that came his way for 33 yards in Sunday's loss to the Bengals.

It was a tale of two halves for Wallace. He averaged 76.8 yards per game, had his five largest yardage totals and all four of his touchdowns in Baltimore's first eight games. He averaged 50.4 yards per game, topping 60 yards just once, and didn't score for the remainder of the season. More will be on the speedster's plate next season as he will be without his dependable veteran counterpart, the retiring Steve Smith.

Timmy Jernigan
Jernigan (shoulder) is active for Sunday's Week 12 matchup with the Bengals,'s Jamison Hensley reports.

For the second straight week, Jernigan was listed as questionable heading into gameday, but he'll once again be available along the defensive line. Jernigan had a season-low one tackle in last Sunday's loss to the Cowboys, and given his standing as a 3-4 defensive end, it will be difficult for him to post eye-popping statistics most weeks.

Willie Henry
Henry (undisclosed) was placed on injured reserve Tuesday.

Henry will miss the remainder of the season due to an undisclosed injury. The rookie did not log a single statistic all season, as he was buried on the Ravens' depth chart and often ruled inactive on Sundays.

Undisclosed - Questionable for the start of training camp
De'Ondre Wesley
No Updates
Chris Moore
Moore (coach's decision) is inactive for Sunday's Week 5 tilt versus the Redskins, the team's official site reports.

The reserve receiver takes a seat after seeing action in the first four games of the season. Moore had seen his snap count increase in each of those contests while receiving a total of nine targets during that span. Steve Smith, Sr., Mike Wallace, Breshard Perriman and Kamar Aiken should be the primary focus of Joe Flacco's attention at the receiver position in Week 5.

Terrell Suggs
Suggs (biceps) will return to play for the Ravens in 2017, CSN Mid-Atlantic reports.

Suggs played with a torn biceps from Week 6 on in 2016, not to mention a vague elbow ailment he apparently had to deal with as well. He's scheduled for offseason surgery to correct the bicep issue and there doesn't appear to be any concern that either injury will impact his availability for the start of the 2017 campaign, but it awaits to be seen how extensive of a role Suggs may have entering his 15th season in the league.

Tavon Young
Young (shoulder) returned in the second half of Sunday's game and finished the contest with three tackles and one pass defensed.

The rookie out of Temple briefly exited Sunday's contest with a shoulder injury, but he managed to return to the field and turn in arguably his best performance of the season. According to Pro Football Focus, Young was the top-graded Ravens defender Sunday, turning in a 91.7 grade on the strength of allowing just two catches for four yards in coverage. It appears that Young has overtaken Shareece Wright for a starting role at corner back for the Ravens as evidenced by the fact that the rookie saw 57 total snaps compared to Wright's 13.

Eric Weddle
Weddle picked off his fourth pass of the season Monday and added a team-high 11 total tackles in the loss to the Patriots.

Weddle made his presence felt once again Monday as he picked off his second pass in as many weeks. Moreover, he was strong in run support and racked up a season-high 11 tackles (six solo, five assisted), including one sack. According to Pro Football Focus, Weddle was Baltimore's highest graded defender in Monday's loss. He figures to be busy again Sunday when the Ravens face the Eagles' quick passing attack.

Ricky Wagner
Ravens tackle Rick Wagner , who suffered a season-ending foot injury in December, should be back by training camp in July.

Coach John Harbaugh, meeting with the media at the NFL Owners Meetings on Tuesday, said that the start of training camp was Wagner's target date, per the Baltimore Sun.

Concussion - Questionable for the start of training camp
Terrance West
West rushed for 18 yards on five carries and added 17 yards on four catches in Sunday's loss to Cincinnati.

Week 15's tilt against Philadelphia aside, West had as many or fewer touches than rookie Kenneth Dixon from Week 11 on. With offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg now set to come back, it is quite possible that if West returns to Baltimore in free agency it will be as a complement to the emerging Dixon.

Matt Skura
No Updates
Lardarius Webb
Webb picked up three tackles and snared his first interception of the season in Sunday's win over the Dolphins.

The cornerback-turned-safety made an excellent play on a Ryan Tannehill pass intended for DeVante Parker in the end zone to keep the Dolphins off the scoreboard in the second quarter of Sunday's tilt. His tackling production took a dip, however, as he recorded three tackles after racking up 16 total tackles in his previous two games. In any case, Webb generally doesn't have the type of run-stopping role from his spot to make him a must-start in most IDP leagues.

Kyle Arrington
Arrington (concussion) has been placed on the Ravens' injured reserve list.

Arrington suffered what is being considered a concussion during the Ravens' first preseason contest, but there may be more to that story considering how he has already been deemed as out for the entire year. However, he had been considered a long shot to make the final team even before going down.

Concussion - Questionable for the start of training camp
Bronson Kaufusi
Kaufusi (ankle) was placed on the Ravens' injured reserve list on Tuesday, The Baltimore Sun reports.

Kaufusi, the Ravens' third-round selection in May, suffered a broken ankle on Aug. 4 and had been considered lost for the season since. He likely enter the 2017 campaign as a candidate for a significant role in DC Dean Pees' 3-4 scheme.

Ankle - Questionable for the start of training camp
Shareece Wright
Wright (thigh) is active for Sunday's game against the Cowboys.

Wright had been held out of the last three games, but his return couldn't come at a better time with the Ravens missing one of their other starting corners in Jimmy Smith (back) for the contest. The Ravens may ask Wright, who was a full participant in practice all week, to play a big snap count right off the bat in a potential head-to-head matchup with Cowboys wideout Dez Bryant.

Chris Lewis-Harris
The Bengals will be without top wideout A.J. Green (concussion) and starting tight end Jermaine Gresham (back) for Sunday's playoff game at Indianapolis. They combined for 1,501 receiving yards and 11 touchdowns this season.

With those key targets out, quarterback Andy Dalton figures to rely on running backs Jeremy Hill and Giovani Bernard and wideout Mohamed Sanu.

Also inactive for Cincy are quarterback AJ McCarron, defensive back Chris Lewis-Harris, offensive lineman Tanner Hawkinson, defensive lineman Devon Still and wideout James Wright (knee).

Cincy is a 3.5-point underdog as Dalton looks for his first playoff win in four tries.

Kamar Aiken
Aiken finished the 2016 season with 29 catches on 50 targets, racking up 328 yards (11.3 YPR) and one touchdown in the process.

Aiken entered the year as a trendy sleeper candidate following a strong 2015 campaign when he produced 75 receptions for 944 yards and five touchdowns. However, his high production in 2015 was at least partially a function of the Ravens' serious attrition at wide receiver with both Steve Smith Sr. and Breshad Perriman suffering season-ending injuries at different points of the year. The Ravens had a full complement of receivers this year with Smith and Perriman both healthy and the addition of Mike Wallace. With that, Aiken got lost in the shuffle and saw his target and snap counts plummet. Even with Smith officially retired, it appears unlikely the impending unrestricted free agent, Aiken, will be back in Baltimore in 2017. Depending on where he lands, Aiken has shown that he can be a competent No.2 or No.3 in an NFL offense when given the opportunity.

Justin Tucker
Tucker finished the season 38-of-39 on field goals and 27-of-27 on extra points to earn unanimous First-Team All-Pro honors.

Tucker's 38 made field goals tie him for fifth all-time for a single season and were the most by an NFL kicker since both he and Stephen Gostkowski converted 38 field goals in 2013. Not only was Tucker's volume impressive, but his accuracy was elite as he missed just one kick all season to notch a 97.44 field goal percentage. Tucker was also automatic from distance as he converted all 24 attempts of 40-plus yards, 10 of which were from beyond 50 yards. He finished second only to Matt Bryant among kickers in standard scoring formats, thanks in part to Bryant having a whopping 30 more extra point attempts. Tucker remains an elite option at kicker heading into 2017 and his career 89.84 field goal percentage ranks him No.1 in NFL history.

Dennis Pitta
Pitta led his team with 11 catches for 91 yards on 16 targets in Sunday's season finale against the Bengals.

Pitta was heavily involved in the offense down the stretch, finishing with 19 catches for 166 over the season's final two weeks. He set new career highs with 86 receptions and 729 yards, but found the end zone only twice. Still, this was a terrific bounce-back campaign considering the 31-year-old tight end missed all of 2015 due to a dislocated hip.

Matt Judon
The Ravens selected Judon in the fifth round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 146th overall.

Standing at 6-foot-3, 275 pounds, the Ravens presumably view this Grand Valley State product as an edge defender rather than an interior defender. With a 35-inch vertical and 4.73-second speed, Judon should be able to provide pressure from the edge.

Morgan Cox
The Ravens have signed long snapper Morgan Cox and defensive end Christo Bilukidi, according to the Baltimore Sun.

Cox, 28, snapped in seven games in 2014 before tearing his ACL. He was placed on season-ending injured reserve.

Bilukidi began his career with the Raiders, he then went on to play for the Bengals and Ravens. The 25-year-old has 16 total tackles, one pass defensed and one sack.

Carl Davis
Ankle - Questionable for the start of training camp
No Updates
Jimmy Smith
Smith (ankle) was placed on injured reserve Friday.

Smith continues to heal from a high ankle sprain which he suffered in Week 14, ultimately shutting him down for the remainder of the season. Through 11 games, he notched 32 tackles (29 solo), four passes defensed, and zero interceptions. Expect Tavon Young, Shareece Wright, and Jerraud Powers to see a bulk of the work at cornerback during the Ravens' season finale against the Bengals.

Ankle - Questionable for the start of training camp
Sam Koch
The Ravens reached a five-year contract extension with punter Sam Koch on Thursday. The deal is worth $16.25 million, which includes a $4 million signing bonus, according to multiple reports.

Koch's net punting average (43.3 yards) led the NFL in 2014 and ranked fourth best in league history. He was a first alternate to the Pro Bowl last season.

The 32-year-old Koch holds the franchise records for consecutive games played (144), gross average (45.0), net average (39.0) and punts inside the 20-yard line (251).

Elvis Dumervil
Dumervil (foot) is active for Sunday's game against the Titans,'s Jamison Hensley reports.

Dumervil's foot injury had kept him sidelined for the Ravens' previous four games, but after the veteran was a full participant in all three of the team's practices this week, he'll be cleared to take the field for the first time since Oct. 9. He may only see limited snaps in his return to action, however, as Jeff Zrebiec of the Baltimore Sun reports that Terrell Suggs and Albert McClellan are expected to continue starting at outside linebacker, with Dumervil likely entering the contest primarily on passing downs.

Brent Urban
Urban (illness) is active for Sunday's game against the Steelers.

Urban missed Thursday's practice with an illness, but returned on Friday without any limitations. He should be able to play full tilt in Sunday's game.

Nick Boyle
Boyle caught all six of his targets for 44 yards in 2016.

A 10-game suspension for a positive performance-enhancing drug test took a bite out out Boyle's second season and kept him in a limited role once he was reinstated. He was primarily used as a blocker to help in the run game, but he did catch everything thrown his way. Through 17 career games, Boyle has hauled in an impressive 24 of 29 (82.7 percent) of his targets. While Boyle is clearly valuable as an in-line blocker in the run game as well as a reliable pass catcher, the Ravens' logjam at tight end presents a problem for his role in 2017. Dennis Pitta is already entrenched as one of Joe Flacco's favorite targets and veteran Benjamin Watson, who is coming off an Achilles injury, is expected to be a factor as well.

Alex Lewis
No Updates
Lawrence Guy
The Ravens re-signed defensive Lawrence Guy to a two-year contract, the team announced. Guy, 25, appeared in 11 games with Baltimore last season, making 16 tackles.
Javorius Allen
Allen finished the season with nine carries for 34 yards and added three receptions for 15 yards.

The second-year man out of USC saw a drastically diminished role in 2016 after showing some promise as a rookie. He primarily saw the field on special teams and only played 41 total offensive snaps. The Ravens' additions of Terrence West via free agency and Kenneth Dixon through the draft led to a new look in the backfield and effectively squeezed Allen out of the backfield rotation. Allen was inactive over the final five games of the season, which does not bode well for his future role in Baltimore. If the Ravens re-sign West, they'll likely have a similar carry distribution in 2017, which would mean a nearly non-existent role for Allen.

Jarrod Pughsley
No Updates
Chris Matthews
Matthews will be a restricted free agent once the league year ends, Spotrac reports.

Matthews spent all of 2016 on injured reserve due to an undisclosed injury, Jeff Zrebiec of the Baltimore Sun reports.. He had been looked at as a possible No. 3 or No. 4 option at receiver for the Ravens and the team could look to bring him back in 2017.

Undisclosed - Questionable for the start of training camp
Albert McClellan
The Ravens ruled out cornerback Tramain Jacobs (thigh) out for Sunday's game against the Dolphins. He was the only player on Baltimore's final injury report ruled out for Week 14.

Wide receiver Michael Campanaro (thigh), running back Justin Forsett (knee), tight end Crockett Gilmore (back) and linebacker Albert McClellan (thigh) were all deemed questionable. Forsett returned to practice Friday and is expected to play.

Meanwhile, the following players were ruled probable: Wide receiver Marlon Brown (concussion), tight end Owen Daniels (rest), linebacker C.J. Mosley (wrist), linebacker Daryl Smith (rest), wide receiver Torrey Smith (knee), linebacker Terrell Suggs (rest), defensive tackle DeAngelo Tyson (rest), linebacker Courtney Upshaw (hand) and center Jeremy Zuttah (ankle).

Kamalei Correa
Correa (ribs) was placed on injured reserve Saturday, Jeff Zrebiec of the Baltimore Sun reports.

Saturday's move to IR officially puts an end to Correa's rookie season. The 2016 second rounder seldom saw the field on defense this season as he played more than 10 snaps in a game just once while less heralded rookies made significant impacts on that side of the ball. While injuries certainly played a factor in Correa's slow developing rookie season, the fact remains that he'll have his work cut out for him at offseason workouts and in training camp if he wants to lay claim to a larger role in the Ravens' defense.

Ribs - Questionable for the start of training camp
Kenny Bell
Bell signed a future/reserve contract with the Ravens on Tuesday.

Bell spent the entirety of the preseason with the Buccaneers, but a concussion suffered in the final week led to his release. The 24-year-old has yet to record a reception in the league.

Lorenzo Taliaferro
The Ravens placed Taliaferro (hamstring) on injured reserve Tuesday, Jamison Hensley of reports.

For the third consecutive season, Taliaferro will be a member of the Ravens' IR list. On this occasion, he managed just three appearances on the campaign due to his placement on the PUP list at the start of the season with a foot injury and his current bout with a hamstring concern.

Hamstring - Questionable for the start of training camp
Ronnie Stanley
No Updates
Matt Elam
Elam (knee) was elevated back to the Ravens' active roster on Saturday having been taken off the IR-R list, Jeff Zrebiec of the Baltimore Sun reports.

Elam, who injured his knee during the preseason and underwent minor surgery to correct the issue, figures to once again serve as a backup safety upon his return to the lineup. The team was forced to release reserve cornerback Robertson Daniel in order to fit Elam on the active roster.

Kyle Juszczyk
Juszczyk caught 37 of 49 targets for 266 yards and added five carries for 22 yards and a touchdown in 2016.

Juszczyk's strong showing as a blocker and as a pass catcher earned him his first-career Pro Bowl nod in 2016. He was also named First Team All-Pro according to Pro Football Focus, grading out as the league's top fullback. Juszczyk was a fixture in the Ravens offense as his 463 snaps were more than either Terrance West or Kenneth Dixon. It is worth noting, however, that Baltimore uses sets with fullbacks more than most NFL teams, which will certainly shape his market value this spring when he officially becomes a free agent. If Juszczyk does re-sign with the Ravens, he'll likely have some upside in deep PPR formats, but his lack of carries puts a cap on his touchdown upside.

Stephen Houston
Houston signed a future/reserve contract with the Ravens on Tuesday.

Houston signed on to the Ravens' practice squad back in early December, so he's already familiar with the ins and outs of the team. The second-year man has also spent time with the Patriots and the Steelers.

Jerraud Powers
Powers (concussion) is listed as active for Sunday's game against the Eagles.

Powers practiced on a limited basis throughout the week, so he's slated to get the start at cornerback on Sunday across from Tavon Young.

Brennen Beyer
Beyer has been added to the active roster in advance of Sunday's game against the Steelers, Jeff Zrebiec of the Baltimore Sun reports.

The Ravens placed Kamalei Correa (ribs) on injured reserved Saturday, which opened a spot on the active roster for Beyer to move up from the practice squad. The former Michigan Wolverine will likely be used primarily on special teams.

Brandon Williams
Williams (back/hand) is active for Sunday's Week 12 matchup with the Bengals,'s Jamison Hensley reports.

Williams had been listed as questionable with the two injuries, but after practicing fully Thursday and Friday, it doesn't appear he was truly at much risk of missing the game. The nose tackle is coming off one of his better statistical games of the season in Week 11, when he recorded eight tackles (two solo) in a loss to the Cowboys.

Michael Campanaro
Campanaro had three carries for 72 yards over the course of three games in 2016.

The third-year player out of Wake Forest was waived early in the season but was eventually brought back to the 53-man roster following Devin Hester's release in December. Although Campanaro's natural position is at wide receiver, he was used in the run game on jet sweeps with great effectiveness, albeit in a limited sample size. All three of his runs went for 10 or more yards, highlighted by a 39-yard scamper against the Eagles on his first offensive touch of the season. Campanaro also some special teams value, most notably as a punt returner, which could help his chances at making the 53-man roster again in 2017. Still, even with Steve Smith Sr. retired and Kamar Aiken likely hitting free agency, Campanaro does not project to be a major contributor in Baltimore's passing attack if he is on the roster next season.

Marshal Yanda
Yanda (shoulder) is active for Monday night's game against the Patriots.

It would have came as a huge surprise if Yanda was ruled out, considering the offensive lineman wasn't limited in practice whatsoever this week.

Marqueston Huff
Huff signed with the Ravens, the team announced Thursday.

Huff, a former forth-round pick in 2014, was signed off the Jaguars practice squad after cornerback Maurice Canady (thigh) was placed on IR. Given that Canady's role was primarily on special teams, there is a good chance Huff assumes a similar position on the team this season.

Stephane Nembot
Undisclosed - Questionable for the start of training camp
No Updates
Crockett Gillmore
Gillmore is recovering from multiple shoulder surgeries this offseason, Alex Marvez of Sporting News NFL reports.

Gillmore's window of opportunity during the 2016 season became as open as it has ever been after Ben Watson went down to injury. Unfortunately for Gillmore, he was unable to avoid a plethora of ailments himself. In just one season, the 25-year-old managed to endure a broken back and torn hamstring on top of two shoulder surgeries. Given his long history of injuries, there's a chance that even the smallest of setbacks in 2017 could end his time in Baltimore.

Shoulder - Questionable for the start of training camp
Vince Mayle
Mayle was claimed by the Ravens on Friday, The Baltimore Sun reports.

Waived by the Cowboys on Thursday, Mayle is a former fourth-rounder and second-year player out of Washington State. He's yet to catch a ball in his professional career and will likely be buried under the Ravens' wide receiver depth chart for Sunday's season finale against the Bengals.

Kendrick Lewis
Lewis (thigh) was placed on injured reserve Saturday, Jeff Zrebiec of the Baltimore Sun reports.

Lewis suffered a thigh injury during Thursday's practice, and the extent of the issue ultimately landed him on IR. The Ravens continue to struggle with health in their secondary, while Lardarius Webb will remain the team's starting free safety with Lewis out.

Thigh - Questionable for the start of training camp
Lamar Louis
No Updates
Dustin Vaughan
Vaughan signed a future/reserve contract with the Ravens on Tuesday.

Vaughan spent the preseason with the Steelers before breaking his thumb, which led to his release from the team. He'll look to compete for a spot on the Ravens' depth chart behind starter Joe Flacco.


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