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Sep 25, 2022 7 23 3.3 5 0
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2020 805 6.01 9 18 120 15010
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Fantasy News

  • Ravens' J.K. Dobbins: Nine touches in Week 3 debut

    Dobbins (knee) rushed seven times for 23 yards and secured both targets for 17 yards in the Ravens' 37-26 win over the Patriots on Sunday. Dobbins made his long-awaited return from his August 2021 knee injury and actually paced the Ravens' running backs in carries. Game script eventually tilted more toward the passing attacks late, and Lamar Jackson also paced all Baltimore players with 11 carries, but Dobbins is likely to get a bump in opportunity in a Week 4 home showdown against the Bills.
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  • Ravens' J.K. Dobbins: Returns to action

    Dobbins (knee) is listed as active for Sunday's game against the Patriots. Dobbins, who is bouncing back from a major knee injury that he suffered during Baltimore's 2021 preseason finale, participated fully in practices last week, but he was made inactive in Week 2 against the Dolphins as the team elected to proceed cautiously with the running back. With another week's worth of full practice participation under his belt, the 2020 second-rounder is now slated to make his season debut, though it's plausible he'll be eased back into the mix some in terms of snaps and carries, with Mike Davis and Justice Hill on hand to spell Dobbins and work in complementary roles in Week 3.
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  • Ravens' J.K. Dobbins: Expected to make season debut

    Dobbins (knee) is expected to play Sunday against the Patriots, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Dobbins fully practiced for a second straight week and is expected to play in his first regular season game since his rookie campaign, when he totaled 152 touches for 925 yards and nine touchdowns. The 2020 second-round pick suffered a major knee injury during Baltimore's 2021 preseason finale, and the Ravens have remained cautious with the running back despite encouraging advancements in his rehab. Dobbins may be limited during his first game, but his potential return would still be a significant boost to the Ravens' running back room, which has struggled through the first two games of the season. Fantasy managers should still wait for confirmation on Dobbins' status ahead of Sunday's 1:00 p.m. ET kickoff before locking him into lineups.
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  • Ravens' J.K. Dobbins: Listed as questionable for Week 3

    Dobbins (knee) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Patriots after practicing fully this week. While the running back is trending in the right direction after practicing fully for the second straight week, coach John Harbaugh fell short of confirming that Dobbins will be in uniform Sunday, per Ryan Mink of the Ravens' official site. "(He's) working hard, I'm happy how he's working," Harbaugh said of Dobbins, who is working his way back from a major knee injury that he suffered during Baltimore's 2021 preseason finale. "We have certain parameters that we're looking at and things like that, and it's not going to be too long." Fortunately for those considering Dobbins in Week 3 fantasy lineups, the Ravens kick off at 1:00 p.m. ET on Sunday. If the 2020 second-rounder ends up behind held out again, however, Kenyan Drake, Mike Davis and Justice Hill once again would be in line to handle the team's backfield duties.
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  • Ravens' J.K. Dobbins: Another full practice

    Dobbins (knee) practiced fully Wednesday. Dobbins -- who continues to work his way back from a major knee injury that he suffered during Baltimore's 2021 preseason finale -- participated fully in practices last week, but he was made inactive for the team's Week 2 contest against the Dolphins. The running back's continued full participation Wednesday demonstrates that he continues to progress toward a return to game action, but at this stage of the week, the Ravens have yet to declare whether Dobbins will be in uniform Sunday against the Patriots. If Dobbins is out this weekend or handles only limited reps, Kenyan Drake, Mike Davis and Justice Hill would once again see added work.
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  • Ravens' J.K. Dobbins: Still week-to-week

    Coach John Harbaugh said Monday that Dobbins (knee) remains week-to-week, Jonas Shaffer of The Baltimore Sun reports. Harbaugh declined to offer any information about Dobbins' chances of playing Week 3 versus New England, so the 2020 second-round pick still remains without a solid return timetable. Though Dobbins managed to resume practicing in full last week, the Ravens continue to take a cautious approach to his return from a serious left knee injury. That said, as long as Dobbins can continue looking good in practices without any setbacks, he could convince Harbaugh and Baltimore's coaching staff that Week 3 is an opportune time for this 2022 debut.
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  • Ravens' J.K. Dobbins: Inactive Sunday

    Dobbins (knee) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Dolphins. Dobbins was able to participate fully in practices this past week, but the Ravens are electing to ease the running back into the mix given that he's bouncing back from a major knee injury that he suffered during the team's 2021 preseason finale. In his continued absence, Kenyan Drake, Mike Davis and Justice Hill are in line to handle Week 2 backfield duties, an arrangement that led to Drake logging 11 carries in Baltimore's season-opening win over the Jets, while Davis and Hill both recorded two rushing attempts. Drake thus should continue see his share of touches Sunday against Miami, making him a Week 2 fantasy lineup option for those in deeper formats or in need of short-term help at running back.
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  • Ravens' J.K. Dobbins: On track to sit out Week 2

    Dobbins (knee) remains questionable ahead of Sunday's game against the Dolphins, but the Ravens plan to exercise caution and hold him out from playing this week, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Dobbins participated fully in practices this week and has experienced no apparent setbacks with the surgery he underwent last September on his left knee, which addressed ACL, LCL and meniscus damage in addition to damage to his hamstring. Still, the Ravens likely want to see Dobbins get in some more on-field reps before clearing him to make his season debut, which is now expected to come Week 3 at New England. The Ravens will likely officially rule Dobbins out for Sunday's contest with the release of their inactive list 90 minutes prior to the 1 p.m. ET kickoff, clearing the way for Kenyan Drake to lead a backfield rotation that includes Justice Hill and Mike Davis.
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  • Ravens' J.K. Dobbins: Looking unlikely for Week 2

    Dobbins (knee) remains listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Dolphins and is pushing to play, but the Ravens appear unlikely to have him active Week 2, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Heading into Sunday's contest, Dobbins looks like he's trending toward not playing, though he could still have an opportunity to convince Baltimore's coaching staff during pregame warmups that he's ready to make his 2022 debut. In any case, an official word on Dobbins' status will be revealed 90 minutes prior to Sunday's 1 p.m. ET kickoff. Even in the event that the 2020 second-round pick is given a chance to play Sunday, he would likely be on a restricted snap count. Kenyan Drake, Mike Davis and Justice Hill are available to handle backfield snaps if Dobbins can't go.
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  • Ravens' J.K. Dobbins: Practices fully, but questionable

    Though he was listed as a full practice participant this week, Dobbins (knee) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Dolphins. Normally a week of full practice sessions would result in a player heading into his team's upcoming contest minus an injury designation, but with Dobbins working his way back from a major knee injury that he suffered during the Ravens' 2021 preseason finale, the team so far has fallen short of declaring him available for Week 2 action. Per Jonas Shaffer of the Baltimore Sun, Dobbins said Friday that he feels "amazing," but with regard to whether he'll suit up versus Miami, the running back noted, "We'll see." If he does make his season debut this weekend, some sort of snap count is plausible for Dobbins, with Kenyan Drake, Mike Davis and Justice Hill also available to handle backfield touches for Baltimore.
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  • Ravens' J.K. Dobbins: Another full practice

    Dobbins (knee) practiced fully Thursday. Back-to-back full sessions have Dobbins trending in the right direction ahead of Sunday's game against the Dolphins. That said, it's still plausible that the running back -- who suffered a season-ending ACL tear before the start of the 2021 campaign -- ends up officially listed as questionable by the Ravens ahead of Week 2 action. Friday's final injury report of the week thus is destined to determine whether Dobbins heads into the weekend carrying an injury designation or fully cleared to play.
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  • Ravens' J.K. Dobbins: Trending toward playing Week 2

    Dobbins (knee) was a full practice participant Wednesday, putting him on track to play in Sunday's game against Miami, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports. Dobbins was a limited participant all of last week, and while some reports called him a game-time decision, he never seemed especially likely to play before he sat out the Ravens' season-opening win over the Jets. His status could come down to a more legitimate game-time call again this week, or at least the Ravens may want to create that appearance. If so, a 1 p.m. ET kickoff makes things easier on fantasy managers who may be deciding whether to deploy Dobbins in their Week 2 lineups.
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  • Ravens' J.K. Dobbins: Inactive Sunday

    Dobbins (knee) is officially inactive for Sunday's game against the Jets. Though Dobbins, who suffered a season-ending ACL tear before the start of the 2021 campaign, was able to practice in a limited fashion this past week, the Ravens will play it safe here, with the running back's next chance to suit up arriving next weekend against the Dolphins. As a result, Mike Davis, Kenyan Drake -- who the team signed Aug. 31 -- and Justice Hill are available to handle the team's backfield duties versus the Jets, with some form of time-share likely in play. Per Mike Garafolo of NFL Network, look for Davis to start, though the Ravens figure to employ a backfield rotation in Week 1 that also includes Drake and Hill, a context that makes Davis and Drake options for those scrambling for Week 1 RB help.
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  • Ravens' J.K. Dobbins: Not in line to play Sunday

    ESPN's Dianna Russini relays that Dobbins (knee) is not in line to be active for Sunday's season opener against the Jets. The report indicates that the running back wants to give it a go, but it looks like the team will play it safe in Week 1, setting the stage for Mike Davis, Kenyan Drake and Justice Hill to handle Baltimore's backfield duties versus the Jets.
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  • Ravens' J.K. Dobbins: Appears likely to sit Week 1

    Dobbins (knee), who is listed as questionable for Sunday's season opener versus the Jets, is considered a game-time decision but is "unlikely to play," a source tells Dianna Russini of ESPN. The source notes that Dobbins is "going to try" to give it a go in pregame warmups, but even if he feels fine physically following his morning workout, the Ravens could still be inclined to err on the side of caution and hold him out for Week 1 while he builds back to 100 percent after undergoing surgery Sept. 7, 2021 to repair a torn ACL in his left knee. Dobbins was a limited participant in all three of the Ravens' practices this week, so the team may want to see him log a full workout before clearing him for his season debut. If Dobbins does in fact find himself on the inactive list Week 1, Mike Davis would be the leading candidate to draw the start in what could be a backfield committee that may also include Justice Hill and Kenyan Drake.
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  • Ravens' J.K. Dobbins: Listed as questionable

    Dobbins (knee) remained limited at practice Friday and is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Jets. It's hard to know if the Ravens truly are unsure about his availability or are hoping to benefit from gamesmanship. Either way, a 1:00 p.m. ET kickoff is good news for fantasy managers, leaving no shortage of alternatives if Dobbins lands on the inactive list. Ravens QB Lamar Jackson seemed to hint at that outcome earlier in the week, while coach John Harbaugh was more optimistic, describing Dobbins as "ascending quickly" after Friday's practice. It isn't only Dobbins' status for Sunday that's a question mark; there's also uncertainty about how snaps and touches will be divided if he doesn't play. Mike Davis was first through the RB rotation throughout the preseason, followed by Justice Hill, but recent signee Kenyan Drake also could have a role.
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  • Ravens' J.K. Dobbins: Starts week with limited practice

    Dobbins (knee) was a limited practice participant Wednesday. Per Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com, Ravens head coach John Harbaugh said Dobbins is "ascending quickly," while quarterback Lamar Jackson said he hoped the running back would be out on the field in "a couple of weeks." A limited designation on the first official injury report of the season was to be expected, considering Dobbins was activated from the PUP list Aug. 8 but seemingly still hasn't been cleared for contact. If Dobbins misses the season opener against the Jets this weekend, Baltimore will rely on Mike Davis, Justice Hill and Kenyan Drake in the backfield, with Davis being the favorite to draw the start.
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  • Ravens' J.K. Dobbins: Projected Out (RB Preview)

    Mike Davis, Kenyan Drake, and Justice Hill should split the touches, but we have very little clue who will lead the backfield.
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  • Ravens' J.K. Dobbins: Who's Out

    Mike Davis, Kenyan Drake, and Justice Hill should split the touches, but we have very little clue who will lead the backfield.
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  • Ravens' J.K. Dobbins: Status for Week 1 remains unknown

    Head coach Jim Harbaugh said that Wednesday's signing of Kenyan Drake isn't an indication that Dobbins (knee) won't be ready for the Ravens' regular-season opener Sept. 11 against the Jets, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports. "J.K. has looked better every day," Harbaugh added. "His quickness is kind of back." After Baltimore restored Dobbins from the active/PUP list Aug. 8, he didn't exhibit his typical burst on the field right away, but as Harbaugh noted, the third-year running back has looked more explosive in practice of late. The Ravens won't have the services of Gus Edwards (knee) for at least the first four games of the upcoming campaign, so Drake's addition can be seen more as providing depth for a team that boasts a run-heavy scheme. A better indication of Dobbins' Week 1 availability could emerge when the Ravens post injury reports, starting next Wednesday. If Dobbins ends up being limited or even ruled out for the opener, Mike Davis, Drake and Justice Hill would likely get most of the work out of the Baltimore backfield.
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