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Jan 8, 2023 2 24 13 0 2
Jan 1, 2023 1 9 9 0
Dec 24, 2022 1 6 6 1 6
Dec 17, 2022 6 29 14 0
Dec 11, 2022 5 52 23 0 5

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2022 48 458 9.54 2 0.00 583.4
2021 25 264 10.56 3 0.00 442.6
2020 45 466 10.36 3 0.00 623.9
3y Avg. 34 393 11.56 3 0.00 573.6
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  • Ravens' Demarcus Robinson: Catches 41-yard TD in playoff loss

    Robinson caught two of three targets for 49 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 24-17 wild-card round loss to the Bengals. Robinson got behind the Cincinnati defense for a game-tying, 41-yard touchdown in the third quarter. After coming eight yards short of his career high with 458 in the regular season, Robinson added just his second touchdown in 14 career playoff games. The former Chiefs wide receiver will be an unrestricted free agent this offseason.
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  • Ravens' Demarcus Robinson: Underwhelms in Sunday's loss

    Robinson caught two of nine targets for 24 yards in Sunday's 27-16 loss to the Bengals. Robinson saw more playing time than any other Ravens wideout, playing 49 of Baltimore's 78 offensive snaps. The 28-year-old was a popular pickup off the waiver wire after he caught nine balls for 128 yards Week 11 against Carolina, but he followed that up with an unremarkable 23-178-1 receiving line on 37 targets over Baltimore's final seven games of the regular season. With Rashod Bateman (foot) and Devin Duvernay (foot) on injured reserve and with DeSean Jackson having been released ahead of Week 18, Robinson looks as though he'll head into Sunday's wild-card game in Baltimore as the nominal No. 1 wideout, but that distinction doesn't mean much for fantasy purposes. The Baltimore offense is expected to remain a run-heavy one regardless of whether Lamar Jackson (knee), Tyler Huntley (shoulder) or Anthony Brown starts at quarterback this weekend, and tight end Mark Andrews will be the top target when the Ravens do choose to pass.
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  • Ravens' Demarcus Robinson: Held in check by Pittsburgh

    Robinson caught one pass for nine yards on three targets Sunday against the Steelers. Robinson's usage has dropped off in recent weeks with two catches for 15 yards and a score on four targets over his last two games. He was previously trending upwards with at least five receptions in back-to-back games. Baltimore's passing game has sputtered in Lamar Jackson's absence with an average of 117.8 passing yards in Tyler Huntley's starts. The Ravens travel to Cincinnati for the regular season finale in Week 18.
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  • Ravens' Demarcus Robinson: Good to go for Week 17

    Robinson (rest/groin) doesn't carry an injury designation into Sunday's game against the Steelers. Robinson got the day off Thursday but returned to full practice participation Thursday. The wide receiver will suit up against the rival Steelers on SNF for a Ravens offense that will once again be led by Tyler Huntley under center with Lamar Jackson (knee) unavailable.
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  • Ravens' Demarcus Robinson: Sits out Thursday's practice

    Robinson didn't practice Thursday while he received rest for a groin injury, Jonas Shaffer of The Baltimore Sun reports. Though Robinson's mid-week appearance on the injury report with a groin issue would normally be cause for concern, the fact that the Ravens also attributed his absence Thursday to rest suggests he'll likely be fine for Sunday's game against the Steelers. For the fourth straight week, Robinson looks like he'll be on track to draw targets from fill-in starting quarterback Tyler Huntley, as Lamar Jackson (knee) sat out his 11th straight practice Thursday and is trending toward another missed game.
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  • Ravens' Demarcus Robinson: Finds end zone Saturday

    Robinson turned his only target into a six-yard touchdown in Saturday's 17-9 win over the Falcons. Tyler Huntley completed only nine passes on the day as the Ravens leaned heavily on their ground game, and his only TD pass went to Robinson in the second quarter. It's the wideout's first touchdown since Week 2, and the first touchdown by any Baltimore wideout since Week 3. With the team having locked up a playoff spot Saturday, there may be no rush to get Lamar Jackson (knee) back into the lineup --possibly limiting the ceiling of Robinson and every Ravens pass-catcher in Week 17 against the Steelers.
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  • Ravens' Demarcus Robinson: Makes six catches

    Robinson recorded six receptions on six targets for 29 yards in Saturday's 13-3 loss to Cleveland. Robinson continued to have an extensive role in the Baltimore offense, finishing second to only Mark Andrews in targets. While volume was on his side, Robinson failed to make a significant impact on the game, with his longest gain of the day going for only 14 yards. He should benefit from the return of Lamar Jackson (knee), as Robinson has established himself as the top wide receiver for the Ravens in recent weeks by tallying at least six targets in four of his last six contests.
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  • Ravens' Demarcus Robinson: Returns to practice Wednesday

    Robinson (illness) practiced fully Wednesday. After sitting out Tuesday's walk-through session, Robinson's return to full activity Wednesday should clear the way for his to handle his usual three-down role when the Ravens play the Browns on Saturday. What's less clear is what will go on at quarterback for the Ravens, as Lamar Jackson (knee) didn't practice Tuesday or Wednesday. Meanwhile, top backup Tyler Huntley -- who started the Week 14 win over the Steelers before exiting with a concussion -- practiced Tuesday and Wednesday but still remains in the NFL's five-step concussion protocol. If Huntley isn't cleared to start this weekend and Jackson remains out, the Ravens would likely turn to undrafted rookie Anthony Brown to pick up the start.
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  • Ravens' Demarcus Robinson: Misses walkthrough due to illness

    Robinson was listed as a non-participant at Tuesday's walk-through practice due to an illness. As long as Robinson is able to get back on the practice field in some fashion Wednesday and/or Thursday, he'll likely be ready to play Saturday in Cleveland. After providing little production over the first half of the season, Robinson has emerged as a reliable member of the Ravens' receiving corps in recent weeks. Over the team's last six games, Robinson has recorded 29 receptions for 314 yards and no touchdowns on 39 targets.
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  • Ravens' Demarcus Robinson: Emerging as reliable target

    Robinson recorded five receptions on six targets for 52 yards in Sunday's 16-14 win over the Steelers. The Ravens had minimal production through the air, as they were led by third-string quarterback Anthony Brown for much of the second half. Even so, Robinson led the team in receptions and yards, with his performance highlighted by a 23-yard catch midway through the first quarter. The rushing attack will remain the focal point of Baltimore's offense moving forward, but Robinson has five or more receptions in four of his last six games.
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  • Ravens' Demarcus Robinson: Week 14 Waiver Priority List

    We'll see how the Ravens do with Tyler Huntley starting for the injured Lamar Jackson (knee), but Robinson and Devin Duvernay (48 percent rostered) both played well against Denver in Week 13 with Huntley. Robinson had seven catches for 41 yards on eight targets against the Broncos, and Duvernay added six catches for 34 yards on six targets. In deeper leagues, it's worth looking into Robinson first for 1 percent of your remaining FAB, and he has scored at least 11 PPR points in two of his past three games. Duvernay is only worth 1 percent as well.
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  • Ravens' Demarcus Robinson: Busy in Week 13 win

    Robinson secured seven of eight targets for 41 yards in the Ravens' 10-9 win over the Broncos on Sunday. Robinson led the Ravens in receptions and targets on the afternoon while checking in second only to Mark Andrews in receiving yardage. The journeyman wideout has worked well with both Tyler Huntley and Lamar Jackson (knee) as his quarterbacks, as he now has efforts of six, seven and nine catches within his last five games. He'll aim to continue his productive ways with whoever is under center in a Week 14 road divisional clash against the Steelers.
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  • Ravens' Demarcus Robinson: One catch in loss

    Robinson caught one of four targets for 17 yards in Sunday's 28-27 loss to the Jaguars. After catching all nine of his targets for 128 yards in Week 11, Robinson's one-catch performance was disappointing to say the least. In what appeared to be a good match on paper for Ravens receivers, Robinson and Devin Duvernay both failed to make an impact. With that said, Robinson should continue to get looks with Rashod Bateman (foot) out for the remainder of the season. Robinson will have an opportunity to bounce back in Week 13 when the Ravens host the Broncos.
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  • Ravens' Demarcus Robinson: Cleared to play Week 12

    Robinson (hip) is active for Sunday's game against the Panthers. Despite being listed as questionable heading into Sunday, Robinson erased most of the concern about his health by practicing in a full capacity Friday. He shouldn't face any restrictions this week while he likely serves as a starting receiver alongside Devin Duvernay (hamstring), who is also available to play after being listed as questionable. Robinson will be looking to build on his season-best performance Week 11, when he recorded nine receptions for 128 yards in a win over the Panthers.
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  • Ravens' Demarcus Robinson: Expected to take on Jaguars

    Robinson (hip) is listed as questionable but is expected to play in Sunday's contest against Jacksonville, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Robinson practiced in full Friday, so it would be something of a surprise to see him not listed as active ahead of Sunday's 1 p.m. kickoff. Devin Duvernay (hamstring) is also expected to suit up versus the Jaguars, while Mark Andrews wasn't included on the Ravens' Week 12 injury report. Aside from tight end Isaiah Likely (ankle), Lamar Jackson looks set to have his full assortment of pass catchers available Sunday.
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  • Ravens' Demarcus Robinson: Sleeper WRs

    We'll keep an eye on Lamar Jackson (hip) to make sure he's OK, but he seems to like Robinson as his No. 1 receiver. He just had a huge game in Week 11 against Carolina with nine catches for 128 yards on nine targets and now has at least 12 PPR points in two of his past three games. There's always the chance he disappears because Mark Andrews goes off or the run game is clicking in Baltimore, but Robinson appears to be the most competent receiver for the Ravens with Rashod Bateman (foot) out. And the Jaguars have allowed eight receivers to score at least 13 PPR points in their past five games, with eight touchdowns over that span. Robinson is worth using as a No. 3 receiver in all leagues.
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  • Ravens' Demarcus Robinson: Practices fully, deemed questionable

    Robinson (hip) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Jaguars. After sitting out practice Thursday, Robinson logged a full session Friday, which has him trending in the right direction ahead of this weekend's contest. That said, the wideout's injury designation makes his status worth confirming in advance of Sunday's 1 p.m. ET kickoff. Along with Robinson, fellow pass catchers Isaiah Likely (ankle) and Devin Duvernay (hamstring) were also added to the injury report and are listed as questionable after practicing on a limited basis Friday. Robinson is coming off his best game of the season in the Ravens' win over the Panthers last Sunday, when he recorded nine receptions for 128 yards.
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  • Ravens' Demarcus Robinson: Back at practice

    Robinson (hip) was present for practice Friday, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports. Robinson was added to the Ravens' Week 12 injury report after sitting out Thursday's practice, but the wideout's return to the field Friday is a good sign ahead of Sunday's game against the Jaguars. Baltimore's upcoming injury report will reveal whether Robinson carries an injury designation into the weekend or ends up being cleared to play versus Jacksonville. Robinson is coming off a season-best performance in the Ravens' win over the Panthers last Sunday, when he caught nine passes for 128 yards.
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  • Ravens' Demarcus Robinson: Sleepers

    We'll keep an eye on Lamar Jackson (hip) to make sure he's OK, but he seems to like Robinson as his No. 1 receiver. He just had a huge game in Week 11 against Carolina with nine catches for 128 yards on nine targets and now has at least 12 PPR points in two of his past three games. There's always the chance he disappears because Mark Andrews goes off or the run game is clicking in Baltimore, but Robinson appears to be the most competent receiver for the Ravens with Rashod Bateman (foot) out. And the Jaguars have allowed eight receivers to score at least 13 PPR points in their past five games, with eight touchdowns over that span. Robinson is worth using as a No. 3 receiver in all leagues.
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  • Ravens' Demarcus Robinson: Added to injury report

    Robinson (hip) was listed as a non-participant on Thursday's practice report, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports. Robinson practiced fully Wednesday, so his addition to the Ravens' Week 12 injury report Thursday is notable, especially on the heels of a nine-catch, 128-yard effort in this past Sunday's 13-3 win over the Panthers. Friday's final report will add further context with regard to Robinson's chances of suiting up this weekend versus the Jaguars, but if he's out or limited, added wideout snaps would be available for James Proche and Tylan Wallace.
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