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Sep 25, 2022 5 18 3.6 7 1 7
Sep 18, 2022 10 58 5.8 12 0 3
Sep 11, 2022 4 22 5.5 7 0

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2022 98 5.16 1 2 3 4
2021 554 3.46 2 1 27 162 815.8
2020 299 4.15 2 6 50 464.2
3y Avg. 624 4.30 5 1 20 153 2 1199.2
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Fantasy News

  • Saints' Mark Ingram: Finds end zone in Week 3 loss

    Ingram rushed five times for 18 yards and a touchdown but wasn't targeted in Sunday's 22-14 loss to Carolina. Ingram returned to a complementary role with Alvin Kamara back from a rib injury, but that role still included goal-line work, which Ingram made the most of in the third quarter by getting the Saints on the board with a five-yard touchdown run. With only five touches in each of the two games in which Kamara has played this season, Ingram will likely see limited volume in Week 4 against the Vikings in London barring a setback for the lead back.
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  • Saints' Mark Ingram: Sleepers (Start/Sit)

    We're waiting to find out the status for running back Alvin Kamara (ribs), but if he's out again in Week 3, consider Ingram a flex option in the majority of leagues. He didn't have a great outing in Week 2 against Tampa Bay with 10 carries for 60 yards, along with two catches for 3 yards on two targets, including a lost fumble. But I still expect him to get the majority of work for the Saints in a game where they are favored on the road. Ingram has top-20 upside if Kamara is out.
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  • Saints' Mark Ingram: Week 3 Adds (RB Preview)

    We still don't know for sure if Alvin Kamara will be back in Week 3, and Ingram was pacing towards a decent day before a fumble in Week 2. We'd still expect Ingram to lead the backfield against a better matchup if Kamara misses Week 3.
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  • Saints' Mark Ingram: Week 3 Waiver Priority List

    We don't know the status of Alvin Kamara for Week 3 at Carolina, but Mark Ingram would be a flex play if Kamara remains out. Kamara was a late scratch in Week 2 against Tampa Bay, and Ingram led the Saints with 10 carries for 60 yards. He also added two catches for 3 yards on two targets, and he lost a fumble. Ingram shared playing time with Tony Jones Jr. and Dwayne Washington, and we'll see if Latavius Murray is active against the Panthers. But if Kamara is out again then I like Ingram as a flex option in deeper leagues. He's worth up to 5 percent of your remaining FAB.
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  • Saints' Mark Ingram: Solid in expanded role Sunday

    Ingram (ankle) rushed 10 times for 60 yards and brought in both targets for three yards in the Saints' 20-10 loss to the Buccaneers on Sunday. He also lost a fumble. The veteran back comfortably led the Saints in rushing with an expanded role courtesy of Alvin Kamara's (ribs) absence, but game script eventually limited his opportunities late. A lost fumble at the Buccaneers' nine-yard line late in the third quarter was also a back-breaking miscue, but Ingram looked refreshingly effective against what is usually one of the stingiest run defenses in the league when he had the ball in his hands. Ingram is likely to revert back to a more modest role in a Week 3 road battle versus the Panthers if Kamara is healthy enough to suit up.
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  • Saints' Mark Ingram: Expected to play Sunday

    Ingram (ankle) is listed as questionable but is expected to play Sunday against the Buccaneers, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Ingram logged limited practices throughout the week, but it appears he'll be able to suit up Sunday. The veteran running back will be in line for a hefty workload with Alvin Kamara (ribs) expected to be sidelined, per Schefter.
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  • Saints' Mark Ingram: Questionable for Sunday

    Ingram (ankle) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Buccaneers, Greg Auman of The Athletic reports. Ingram was able to log limited sessions during Week 2 prep, which can't be said for the Saints' top running back Alvin Kamara, who didn't practice Thursday or Friday. Both Kamara and Ingram are questionable for Week 2, but the latter has a better shot to suit up Sunday given their respective activity levels this week. In the end, Ingram's availability and potential increased workload will be confirmed about 90 minutes before Sunday's 1:00 p.m. ET kickoff.
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  • Saints' Mark Ingram: Stays limited in practice

    Ingram (ankle) was a limited participant in Thursday's practice. Ingram's limited participation marks no change from Wednesday, but it's at least a promising sign for his chances of being available for Sunday's game against the Buccaneers. However, the same can't be said for lead back Alvin Kamara (rib), who didn't take any practice reps Thursday after being limited Wednesday. If Kamara is unable to shake off the rib injury in time for Sunday and is inactive for the contest, Ingram would be the next man up in the New Orleans backfield, provided he can move past his own health concern.
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  • Saints' Mark Ingram: Limited at practice

    Ingram was a limited practice participant Wednesday due to an ankle injury. Ingram and Alvin Kamara (rib) are limited participants to start the week, following quiet outings from both backs in the Saints' season-opening win over Atlanta. Should one or both be absent or limited Week 2 against Tampa Bay, Tony Jones is next up for backfield snaps, with Dwayne Washington (hamstring) also an option if he's able to return after missing Week 1.
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  • Saints' Mark Ingram: Fumbles in season opener

    Ingram recorded four rushes for 22 yards as well as a one-yard reception (one target) during Sunday's 27-26 win over the Falcons. Ingram was the only other running back outside of Alvin Kamara (ribs) to carry the ball for the Saints on Sunday, though he saw less than half as many total touches as the No. 1 back (nine carries, four receptions). After coughing up a fumble on his lone reception early in the second half, the secondary rusher was stopped short of the goal line on a crucial two-point conversion attempt that would have tied the game, 26-26, midway through the fourth quarter. Nevertheless, Ingram could see increased usage moving forward after Kamara picked up an unspecified rib issue against Atlanta.
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  • Saints' Mark Ingram: Week 1 Adds (RB Preview)

    I expect Ingram to have a bigger role than most and 10-12 touches against the Falcons defense could be enough to warrant a start, especially if he gets into the end zone. Even if you don't want to start him, Ingram is one of my favorite handcuffs.
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  • Saints' Mark Ingram: Week 1 Waiver Priority List

    We expect Alvin Kamara to play the majority of the season barring an injury, but a suspension doesn't seem likely this year. That said, should something change, then Ingram would be a weekly starter in all leagues. Last year, Ingram had six games with at least 14 carries, and he scored at least 14 PPR points in three of them. He's a good stash candidate in the majority of leagues, and he's worth up to 5 percent of your remaining FAB.
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  • Saints' Mark Ingram: Week 1 Priority List

    We expect Alvin Kamara to play the majority of the season barring an injury, but a suspension doesn't seem likely this year. That said, should something change, then Ingram would be a weekly starter in all leagues. Last year, Ingram had six games with at least 14 carries, and he scored at least 14 PPR points in three of them. He's a good stash candidate in the majority of leagues, and he's worth up to 5 percent of your remaining FAB.
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  • Saints' Mark Ingram: Week 1 Adds

    I expect Ingram to have a bigger role than most and 10-to-12 touches against the Falcons defense could be enough to warrant a start, especially if he gets into the end zone. Even if you don't want to start him, Ingram is one of my favorite handcuffs.
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  • Saints' Mark Ingram: Scores twice in tune-up game

    Ingram rushed nine times for 34 yards and two touchdowns in Friday's 27-10 preseason win over the Chargers. Ingram capped each of the Saints' first two possessions with touchdowns of one and two yards, respectively. His skills near the goal line give Ingram some fantasy appeal, even if Alvin Kamara doesn't end up serving a suspension this season. Ingram has scored at least five touchdowns in eight of his 10 previous NFL seasons, and the Saints know they can trust the veteran when they need a tough yard or two to move the sticks or put six points on the board.
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  • Saints' Mark Ingram: Not expected to play Friday

    Luke Johnson of The New Orleans Times-Picayune indicates that it doesn't look like Ingram or Alvin Kamara are in line to see action in Friday's preseason game against the Packers. Given that Dwayne Washington didn't practice Thursday, it appears as though Tony Jones, Devine Ozigbo and Abram Smith are in line to handle the team's backfield duties Friday.
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  • Saints' Mark Ingram: Sitting pretty for second RB spot

    Ingram didn't play in Sunday's preseason opener against the Texans and appears to have locked up the No. 2 RB job, Terrin Waack of The Advocate reports. The Saints didn't prioritize their backfield this offseason even with the emergence of Alvin Kamara's legal issues. Recent reports suggest Kamara may avoid a suspension this year, but Ingram nonetheless remains of fantasy interest as the clear No. 2 option in the Saints backfield. It's a role that comes with Week 1 touches, plus the possibility of big-time usage in the event Kamara eventually misses games due to either injury or suspension. Behind Ingram, the Saints have Dwayne Washington, Tony Jones, Devine Ozigbo and Abram Smith competing for roles, with Washington first through the rotation in the preseason opener. Each of the four had at least 25 total yards, and the Saints could go with one of the younger guys over Washington if they prioritize potential as a running back over special teams value.
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  • Saints' Mark Ingram: Mixing in with starters

    Ingram has been getting some work with the first-team offense this summer, SI.com's John Hendrix reports. The 32-year-old Ingram hopes to squeeze out another season as one of the league's oldest RBs, and he currently stands second on the depth chart behind a starter with legal issues. It does seem as though it could be a while before a potential suspension for Alvin Kamara comes into play, with a thrice-delayed hearing in his battery case now scheduled for October. There's even been talk Kamara won't be suspended until next season, but Ingram could still find his way into a starting role via injury without any suspension coming into play. The Saints' other depth options in the backfield are Tony Jones, Dwayne Washington, Devine Ozigbo, Malcolm Brown and UDFA Abram Smith. Apart from Brown and Smith, all have been lingering around the organization for multiple years without any fantasy impact, which contributed to Ingram reuniting with the Saints last year.
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  • Saints' Mark Ingram: Still in backup mix

    In the wake of the recent NFL Draft, Ingram continues to slot in as Alvin Kamara's top backup, Katherine Terrell of The Athletic reports. Terrell suggests that it seemed as though the Saints might add a running back in the draft, but instead the team opted to add depth on the front by signing Abram Smith as a UDFA. Also in the backup mix are Tony Jones and Dwayne Washington, but as things stand, Ingram appears to be next in line for carries in the event that Kamara misses time for any reason. It's still possible, however, that New Orleans brings in more competition and the 32-year-old Ingram will need to hold off challenges from the likes of Jones and Smith in the coming months in order to maintain his depth chart standing.
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  • Saints' Mark Ingram: Inactive in Week 18

    Ingram (knee) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Falcons, Luke Johnson of the New Orleans Time-Picayune reports. The veteran running back thus will finish out the regular season with back-to-back absences. Ingram started his second Saints tenure off in encouraging fashion before tailing off once Alvin Kamara returned to the field, gaining just 27 yards on 13 carries over his last pair of contests. Ingram is slated to head into the new league year as an unrestricted free agent, while Tony Jones, Ty Montgomery and Dwayne Washington figure to be the beneficiaries of his absence Week 18 as complementary options behind Kamara. If New Orleans can get into the postseason, however, Ingram would be on the field as Kamara's primary backup if healthy.
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