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Top J.K. Dobbins News

  • Ravens' J.K. Dobbins: Starts with individual drills

    Dobbins (knee) did individual drills Monday at his 2022 practice debut, staying on the field for nearly 90 minutes, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports.

    Dobbins had been pressuring the team to remove him from the PUP list since the start of training camp and finally got his wish Monday afternoon. "I thought he looked pretty good in individual (drills)," Ravens coach John Harbaugh said afterward. "You guys saw him moving around, running the ballhandling drill. That will be the first step. Maybe we add a little bit more every day and kind of see how he handles it, and see how the knee responds. But it seems like it's so far so good." With nearly five weeks to go before Baltimore's regular-season opener, Dobbins seemingly has put himself on track to play, while backfield mate Gus Edwards (also coming back from an ACL tear) remains on the PUP list and is trending in the other direction.

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  • Ravens' J.K. Dobbins: Activated from PUP list

    Dobbins (knee) has passed his physical and has been removed from the active/PUP list, Ryan Mink of the Ravens' official site reports.

    Per the report, Dobbins, who suffered a season-ending knee injury last year on Aug. 28, figures to be eased into action by the Ravens, likely starting with individual drills. When he's 100 percent, Dobbins profiles as the team's lead back, while Gus Edwards is a candidate to be next in line for backfield touches when he returns from a knee injury of his own. In the meantime, Mike Davis, Justice Hill, Corey Clement, Tyler Badie and Nate McCrary also are on hand to compete for depth chart slotting.

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  • Ravens' J.K. Dobbins: Set to undergo evaluation Monday

    Dobbins (knee) will undergo an evaluation Monday to determine if he can be activated from the active/PUP list, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.

    As Jonas Shaffer of The Baltimore Sun previously reported, Dobbins has been in a hurry to resume practicing but has remained on the PUP list through the first two weeks of training camp. However, he could return as soon as Monday if his checkup goes as planned. Dobbins still profiles as the Ravens' lead running back once he's ready with Mike Davis, Justice Hill and Corey Clement currently the top healthy options and Gus Edwards (knee) still behind on his rehab. Dobbins, a 2020 second-round pick, ran 134 times for 805 yards (6.0 yards per carry) and nine touchdowns as a rookie and was set for an expanded role last year before tearing his ACL during a preseason contest.

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  • Ravens' J.K. Dobbins: Eager to practice, still on PUP

    Coach John Harbaugh relayed Thursday that Dobbins (knee) remains in a hurry to resume practicing, Jonas Shaffer of The Baltimore Sun reports.

    Dobbins remains on the PUP list after more than a week of training camp, though he said at the very beginning that he felt he was ready for practice. The Ravens are holding him back, albeit with Harbaugh acknowledging multiple times that Dobbins is ahead of Gus Edwards in the rehab process. Both suffered ACL tears, and while Dobbins' reportedly was accompanied by other damage in his knee, it's Edwards who seems to be a bit behind rehab expectations. Dobbins still profiles as the lead back once he's ready, as the healthy options at Baltimore training camp right now are Mike Davis, Justice Hill, Corey Clement and Nate McCrary -- not the most inspiring bunch unless you're prioritizing coverage and blocking on special teams units.

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  • Ravens' J.K. Dobbins: Wants to practice ASAP

    Dobbins (knee) said Wednesday that he believes he's ready to take part in team drills, but he'll remain limited to on-field workouts following practices early on during training camp, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports.

    The Ravens evidently want to take things a bit slower than Dobbins that he does, as the running back said last week that he hoped to avoid the active/PUP list. The Ravens placed him on the list ahead of training camp, but he sounds like he'll be activated soon to rejoin his teammates at practice. He appears to be further along in his recovery than fellow running back Gus Edwards, who suffered an ACL tear a couple weeks after Dobbins did. Ravens head coach John Harbaugh recently said he wasn't sure if Edwards would be ready for Week 1.

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  • Ravens' J.K. Dobbins: To open camp on PUP list

    Dobbins (knee) has been placed on the active/PUP list by the Ravens, Clifton Brown of the team's official site reports.

    The same applies to fellow running back Gus Edwards, who, like Dobbins, is bouncing back from a torn ACL that he suffered prior to the start of the 2021 regular season. Both players can come off the PUP list at any time during training camp, though neither has a concrete timetable for a return to practice. While there's been some speculation that Dobbins is no lock to be ready for Week 1 action, the 2020 second-rounder -- who profiles as the Ravens' top backfield option when healthy -- recently declared he's sure he'll be ready to play by that time.

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  • Ravens' J.K. Dobbins: May not be ready for Week 1

    Dobbins (knee) hasn't dealt with any setbacks in his rehab process but nonetheless is uncertain to be ready for Week 1, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.

    The reporting last year largely focused on Dobbins' ACL tear after he injured his knee late in the preseason, with the timing of the incident seemingly giving him a good chance to be ready for Week 1 of 2022. The problem is that he also injured his LCL and meniscus, potentially extending the rehab timeline, though he did have surgery only two weeks after his initial injury. Teammate Gus Edwards is rehabbing from a "clean" ACL tear with no additional significant damage reported, which means he could return to action before Dobbins despite suffering his injury two weeks later. Neither participated in spring practices, where Baltimore's backfield snaps were left in the hands of veteran offseason addition Mike Davis and a bunch of young, inexperienced players (Tyler Badie, Nate McCrary, Ricky Person). A healthy Dobbins would still be the leader of the group, assuming he eventually regains his rookie-year form (6.0 YPC, nine TDs on 134 carries). For what it's worth, Dobbins is much more optimistic about his injury, responding to Rapoport on Monday with an assertion that he'll be definitely be ready for Week 1 and may even be cleared for the start of training camp.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 5-10, 212 lbs
Birthplace: Houston, TX
Age: 23
School: Ohio St.
Experience: 3