Kenneth Dixon's knee injury isn't expected to have a dramatic affect on Collins' role in the Baltimore offense, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports.

Dixon had a team-high 13 carries in Sunday's 47-3 win over the Bills, but he didn't get any work until the Ravens took a 40-point lead and most of their starters from the game. Collins and Javorius Allen split snaps while the game was still competitive, with the latter taking on extra playing time after the former lost a fumble. Collins is still expected to get the start in Week 2 in Cincinnati, but his role as the lead back could come into question if he puts the ball on the ground again. The 24-year-old has seven fumbles -- losing four of them -- over 285 career touches.

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