Player Outlook
After tearing his Achilles last September, Hill faces an uphill battle for a roster spot, much less playing time. Since 2019, Hill has 70 career carries, 13 career receptions and two career touchdowns. Hill is unlikely to help your Fantasy team and shouldn't be on any rosters regardless of format.

Fantasy Stats

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2020 60 5.00 5 20 80.7
3y Avg. 95 4.13 1 4 30 182

Fantasy News

  • Ravens' Justice Hill: Three carries in preseason opener

    Hill rushed three times for 11 yards and didn't draw a target during the Ravens' 23-10 preseason win over the Titans on Thursday night. Seeing his first game action in just under a year, Hill put together modest numbers, but the biggest takeaway was his ability to get back on the field following the Achilles tear that wiped out last season. Hill has reportedly looked quick and back to pre-injury form in training camp practices, and he could see a bump in workload in a road exhibition matchup against the Cardinals a week from Sunday night as he aims to lock in a spot as a speedy change-of-pace option behind the presumptive top running back duo of J.K. Dobbins (knee) and Gus Edwards (knee).
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  • Ravens' Justice Hill: Making push for roster spot

    Hill is making a case to crack Baltimore's 53-man roster to begin the season, Kevin Eck of the Ravens' official site reports. "[Hill has] looked quick, showing no signs of the Achilles tear that sidelined him all last season," Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports. With J.K. Dobbins (knee) and Gus Edwards (knee) still on the mend, the door has been opened for Hill to make an impression early in camp. Mike Davis and rookie Tyler Badie add competition for limited roster spots in the Baltimore backfield once Dobbins and Edwards return. Hill, who has fully recovered from his own season-ending injury, appears to be making the most of his chances thus far.
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  • Ravens' Justice Hill: Healthy again

    Hill was listed as one of five healthy running backs for the Ravens on Thursday, Clifton Brown of the team's official site reports. Hill was a limited participant during Baltimore's voluntary workouts in May while recovering from a torn Achilles suffered late last preseason. The 24-year-old running back missed the entirety of the 2021 campaign as a result of this injury, but his status as one of the team's few available tailbacks in training camp should give him a leg up heading into this coming regular season. Hill had just 12 rushing attempts for 60 yards in 2020, and he should compete with Mike Davis, Corey Clement and rookie Tyler Badie for the team's No. 3 running back spot this preseason.
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  • Ravens' Justice Hill: Participating in voluntary workout

    Hill (Achilles) participated in the Ravens' OTA workout Wednesday, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports. Hill tore his Achilles at the end of last year's preseason, so he appears to be well ahead of schedule in his recovery. However, Hill is far from certain to be back to 100 percent by the start of the regular season. The 2019 fourth-round pick ran for 225 yards and two touchdowns as a rookie but faces an uphill battle for playing time heading into Year 4. J.K. Dobbins (knee) and Gus Edwards (knee) are also coming off season-ending injuries, so free-agent pickup Mike Davis is currently the top healthy back on Baltimore's depth chart.
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  • Ravens' Justice Hill: Back from COVID list, still on IR

    Hill (Achilles) was activated from the reserve/COVID list Thursday and reverted to injured reserve, Ryan Mink of the Ravens' official site reports. The running back was placed on the COVID list Christmas Day, preventing him from rehabbing his season-ending Achilles injury in team facilities. Now back with the team, Hill will return to preparing for the 2022 season.
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  • Ravens' Justice Hill: Shifts to COVID list

    Hill (knee) was placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list Saturday, Jonas Shaffer of The Baltimore Sun reports. Hill was already on IR and out for the season due to a torn ACL suffered in training camp. While on the COVID list, Hill will not be able to rehab his injury at the Ravens' facilities. He'll hope to clear COVID protocols somewhat quickly so he can continue to prepare for a return in 2022.
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  • Ravens' Justice Hill: Lands on IR

    Hill (Achilles), who had been waived/injured by the Ravens, reverted to IR on Thursday, per the NFL's official transaction log. Hill joins fellow running back J.K. Dobbins (torn ACL) on IR, and Gus Edwards could follow them soon after suffering what appears to be a serious knee injury during Thursday's practice. In the wake of all their backfield woes, the Ravens' top healthy RB is Ty'Son Williams, though veteran newcomers Le'Veon Bell and Devonta Freeman profile as likely promotions from the team's practice squad.
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  • Justice Hill: Cut loose by Ravens

    The Ravens waived/injured Hill (Achilles) on Wednesday, Jonas Shaffer of The Baltimore Sun reports. Though previous reports indicated that Hill was already on injured reserve, he'll now need to clear waivers in order for that to become official. In the wake of Hill's season-ending injury, the Ravens added running back Trenton Cannon to their 53-man roster, while Le'Veon Bell joined the team's practice squad.
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  • Ravens' Justice Hill: Lands on IR

    The Ravens placed Hill (Achilles) on injured reserve Wednesday. Meanwhile, Ryan Mink of the Ravens' official site relays that Baltimore signed fellow running back Trenton Cannon to their 53-man roster, while adding Le'Veon Bell to the practice squad. Hill lands on IR after having suffered a season-ending Achilles tear, which currently leaves Gus Edwards and Ty'Son Williams as Baltimore's top two healthy backs.
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  • Ravens' Justice Hill: Reportedly suffers Achilles injury

    Hill reportedly has suffered a torn Achilles, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Per the report, it's a season-ending injury, which if confirmed, would explain why the Ravens worked out Le'Veon Bell, Devonta Freeman and Elijah Holyfield on Monday. For now, Gus Edwards and Ty'Son Williams are the team's top healthy running backs.
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  • Ravens' Justice Hill: Not practicing Monday

    Hill (undisclosed) wasn't spotted at Monday's practice, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports. It remains to be seen if Hill's absence is related to the ankle issue he previously dealt with, but the Ravens currently roster just two other running backs, Gus Edwards and Ty'Son Williams. For now, consider Hill day-to-day as next Monday's season opener against the Raiders approaches.
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  • Ravens' Justice Hill: Returns to practice

    Hill (ankle) will take part in practice Wednesday, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports. A return to practice 12 days before the season opener puts Hill in good position to play, though just a week ago he seemed to be losing his battle with Ty'Son Williams for one of the Ravens' final roster spots. J.K. Dobbins' season-ending ACL injury created room for both Williams and Hill to land backup roles, while Gus Edwards will join forces with quarterback Lamar Jackson to spearhead the Baltimore rushing attack. Even if he's limited to passing downs or a change-of-pace role Week 1 at Las Vegas, the 23-year-old Hill now sits just one injury away from likely having fantasy relevance.
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  • Ravens' Justice Hill: Could see added work

    Hill, who has missed the last two preseason games with an ankle injury, is now in a better position to secure a role in Baltimore's ground game in the wake of the knee injury suffered by teammate J.K. Dobbins, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports. With Dobbins projected to be out for the season, Gus Edwards is in line to be the Ravens' lead back, while Ty'Son Williams and Hill are in the mix for complementary touches. Whereas previously there was some doubt regarding Hill's prospects with the team, especially with Williams showing well this summer, Dobbins' injury seemingly paves the way for Hill to garner a role in Baltimore's offense as the 2021 campaign approaches.
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  • Ravens' Justice Hill: Not expected to play

    Hill (ankle) isn't in line to play in Saturday's preseason game against Washington, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports. Hill injured his ankle in the preseason opener and hasn't practiced since. He entered camp as the favorite for the No. 3 RB job, but Ty'Son Williams gets another chance to make his case Saturday night.
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  • Ravens' Justice Hill: Dealing with ankle sprain

    Hill (ankle) hasn't practiced since Saturday's preseason win over New Orleans, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports. Hill sprained his ankle, likely during the exhibition. He finished with six touches for only 12 yards and now figures to miss Baltimore's second preseason contest Saturday against Carolina. With Hill being the favorite for the No. 3 spot at running back, his absence should give Ty'Son Williams more chances to make his own case for the role.
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  • Ravens' Justice Hill: Quiet in preseason opener

    Hill rushed five times for eight yards and caught his only target for four yards in Saturday's 17-14 preseason win over New Orleans. Hill was more effective on the ground than starter J.K. Dobbins (no gain on three carries), but the 2019 fourth-round pick's modest effort didn't make much of an impression in a game in which five Ravens rushed for 25-plus yards. Hill's likely to work as a gadget guy and possibly a return man on special teams, but he's little threat to Dobbins or Gus Edwards as an alternative on the ground. Up next for the Hill and the Ravens is a trip to Carolina for Week 2 of preseason.
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  • Ravens' Justice Hill: Role diminishes in 2020

    Hill had 12 carries for 60 yards and added five catches for 20 yards in 12 games this season. Hill's already-minimal role evaporated in his second season as he dropped from 58 carries for 225 yards and two scores as a rookie to 12 carries for 60 yards in 2020. His snaps dropped from 193 to 73 as well. Rookie J.K. Dobbins has cemented himself as the primary ball carrier for Baltimore, and the combo of Gus Edwards and quarterback Lamar Jackson take up most of the other carries. Even if Mark Ingram is gone next season, Hill doesn't appear to have a path to playing time in Baltimore entering his third year with the team.
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  • Ravens' Justice Hill: Takes three snaps on offense

    Hill did not receive any rush attempts or targets during Sunday's 27-13 win against the Giants. Hill garnered 14 of his 17 snaps on special teams during Baltimore's Week 16 win. The 23-year-old cost his team by being given a roughing the kicker penalty early in the fourth quarter, allowing New York to extend a drive that would culminate in the Giants' only touchdown of the contest. Hill has more game appearances (11) than he does carries (10) as Baltimore heads into an all-too-familiar Week 17 matchup against the Bengals.
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  • Ravens' Justice Hill: Posts eight-yard reception

    Hill reeled in his only target for eight yards during Sunday's 40-14 win against the Jaguars. The second-year back from Oklahoma State registered his fourth catch in as many outings during Baltimore's Week 15 rout, though he remains uninvolved in the ground game. J.K. Dobbins and Gus Edwards combined for 106 rushing yards and a TD on 23 RB carries, while Hill went without a rush attempt for the eighth time over 10 appearances this season. Hill is expected to continue contributing as a depth option Week 16 when Baltimore hosts the Giants' No. 6 rush defense.
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  • Ravens' Justice Hill: Reverts to minor role

    Hill had a four-yard reception on one target Tuesday against Dallas. Baltimore getting both J.K. Dobbins and Mark Ingram back in the mix had a direct impact on Hill's playing time as he saw just six offensive snaps. The role Hill saw against the Cowboys was in line with how he has been used for every game outside of the Pittsburgh matchup in Week 12, which was his only outing with double-digit snaps on offense. Hill will remain an ancillary part of the Ravens' ground game as long as Dobbins, Ingram, and Gus Edwards are healthy and available.
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