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Fantasy Points
Sep 17, 2023 0 0 0 0
Sep 10, 2023 0 0 0 0
Player Outlook
Until Wallace finds meaningful playing time, Fantasy managers shouldn't bother adding him to rosters.

Fantasy Stats

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Fantasy Points
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2023 0.00 0.00
2022 4 33 8.25 0.00 30.3
2021 2 23 11.50 0.00 20.1
3y Avg. 3 28 9.33 0.00 20.2

Fantasy News

  • Ravens' Tylan Wallace: Limited to special teams thus far

    Wallace played one snap on offense in Sunday's 27-24 win over the Bengals and went without a target. After making the Ravens' 53-man roster coming out of the preseason, Wallace has dressed for both of Baltimore's first two contests, but all but one of the 30 snaps he's taken thus far have come on special teams. He could have a clearer path to having a role on offense Sunday against the Colts if Odell Beckham (ankle) isn't available, but Wallace would still be behind Zay Flowers, Rashod Bateman, Nelson Agholor and Devin Duvernay on the depth chart at receiver.
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  • Ravens' Tylan Wallace: Looking good for roster spot

    Wallace has made a strong case to be Baltimore's No. 6 receiver, scoring two TDs in two preseason games, Ryan Mink of the official team site reports. Even with an excellent August, the 2021 fourth-round pick is unlikely to climb high on a depth chart that has Odell Beckham, Rashod Bateman, Zay Flowers, Nelson Agholor and Devin Duvernay. Wallace does make a lot of sense for the final WR spot, assuming the Ravens keep six, as he's played 399 snaps on special teams (compared to 161 on offense) through 26 career games.
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  • Ravens' Tylan Wallace: Fails to make impact in 2022

    Wallace (hamstring) had four catches on seven targets for 33 yards across nine games in 2022. The second-year wideout finished the season on injured reserve due to a hamstring injury and also missed Weeks 13-17 with a hamstring issue. When healthy, Wallace's season high in snaps was just 19 and that was in Week 18 when the Ravens rested some key players. Wallace never recorded more than one reception or two targets in any game despite Baltimore struggling with injuries across the receiving corps. He's under contract for two more seasons but Wallace will need to make some strides in his development to secure a role in the offense next season.
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  • Ravens' Tylan Wallace: Back on IR

    The Ravens placed Wallace (hamstring) on injured reserve Saturday, Field Yates of ESPN reports. This marks Wallace's second stint on IR due to a hamstring injury this season after sitting out Weeks 13-17 before returning to Baltimore's active roster for last Sunday's loss at Cincinnati, when he hauled in his only target for 12 yards. Now that he's back on IR, though, the 2021 fourth-round pick will end his second pro campaign with four catches (on seven targets) for 33 yards in nine appearances.
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  • Ravens' Tylan Wallace: Won't play Sunday

    Wallace (hamstring) has been ruled out for Sunday's wild-card matchup against the Bengals. Wallace landed on the injury report Thursday as a limited participant due to a hamstring injury, but he didn't practice Friday and has been ruled out for Sunday's playoff matchup. The reserve wideout has caught just four of seven targets for 33 yards across nine appearances, so his absence shouldn't have a major impact on Baltimore's offense.
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  • Ravens' Tylan Wallace: Records reception in return

    Wallace played 19 of the Ravens' 75 offensive snaps in Sunday's 27-16 loss to the Bengals and reeled in his lone target for a 12-yard gain. After being activated from injured reserve ahead of the Week 18 contest, Wallace suited up Sunday and made his first appearance for the Ravens since Nov. 27 following a month-long absence due to a hamstring strain. He stepped in as Baltimore's No. 4 receiver, trailing all of Demarcus Robinson (47 snaps), Sammy Watkins (37) and James Proche (32) in playing time. Now that he's further removed from the hamstring injury, Wallace may have a chance to supplant Proche for the No. 3 role in Sunday's rematch with the Bengals in the wild-card round, though neither wideout represents an appealing fantasy option while being tied to a run-heavy Ravens offense that failed to clear 20 points in any of its final six regular-season contests.
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  • Ravens' Tylan Wallace: Ready to return

    Wallace (hamstring) was activated from injured reserve Saturday, Field Yates of ESPN reports. Wallace hasn't taken the field since Week 12 due to a hamstring injury. However, he was designated to return from injured reserve Dec. 28 and has been practicing with the team since. It's unclear what type of role Wallace will have in his return, though he's managed only three receptions for 21 yards across eight games on the campaign.
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  • Ravens' Tylan Wallace: Resumes practicing Wednesday

    The Ravens designated Wallace (hamstring) to return from injured reserve Wednesday. Wallace returned to practice Wednesday after spending the last four weeks on Baltimore's injured reserve due to a hamstring issue. The Ravens will now have 21 days to activate the second-year pro back to their active roster, though he's currently eligible to jump into the team's pass-catching rotation as soon as New Year's Day versus Pittsburgh.
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  • Ravens' Tylan Wallace: Could return in 2022

    Wallace (hamstring) is expected to return from injured reserve at some point later this season, Jonas Shaffer of The Baltimore Sun reports. Wallace was placed on IR this past Saturday, meaning the soonest he's eligible to play again is Week 17 versus Pittsburgh. In the meantime, Baltimore is thin at receiver, with only four healthy options currently on the 53-man roster.
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  • Ravens' Tylan Wallace: Going onto IR

    Baltimore placed Wallace (hamstring) on its injured reserve list Saturday, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports. Wallace was already forced to miss the Ravens' loss at Jacksonville in Week 12 due to a hamstring injury, and he'll now have to miss at least the next four games as well. Binjimen Victor could see some more run in the absence of the 2021 fourth-rounder.
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  • Ravens' Tylan Wallace: Won't play Sunday

    Wallace (hamstring) has been ruled out for Sunday's matchup against Denver. Wallace popped up on the injury report Thursday as a limited participant due to a hamstring injury and was downgraded to a non-participant Friday. He's played primarily on special teams over his past two appearances, so the second-year wideout's absence shouldn't have a major impact on Baltimore's passing attack.
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  • Ravens' Tylan Wallace: Picks up knee issue

    Wallace is questionable to return to Thursday's preseason game versus the Titans due to a knee injury, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports. Prior to his departure in the first quarter, Wallace hauled in one of two targets for three yards and lost four yards on one carry. After that end-around, he went to sideline medical tent to have his ankle looked at, but the issue actually impacted his knee. If Wallace is unable to reenter the contest, the Ravens' top available wide receivers will be Jaylon Moore and Binjimen Victor with Rashod Bateman, Devin Duvernay and James Proche (undisclosed) not playing Thursday.
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  • Ravens' Tylan Wallace: Dealing with thigh injury

    Wallace is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the Steelers after suffering a thigh injury. Wallace suffered the injury while being targeted on a fake punt in the first half of Sunday's game. He had seen an increased role on the offensive side of the ball in recent weeks, though he has only two receptions across 16 games for the season.
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  • Ravens' Tylan Wallace: Will play Sunday

    Wallace (concussion) will play Sunday against the Packers. Wallace suffered the concussion in the Ravens' Week 14 contest against the Browns. After missing practice Wednesday, Wallace was able to practice in full Thursday and Friday. The rookie will continue to provide depth at wide receiver and work on special teams Sunday when the Ravens take on the Packers.
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  • Ravens' Tylan Wallace: Sits out Wednesday

    Wallace (concussion) didn't participate at Wednesday's practice, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports. Wallace suffered a concussion Sunday against the Browns, so it's not a major surprise he's not practicing Wednesday. He'll need to fully clear the concussion protocol before making a return to the field.
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  • Ravens' Tylan Wallace: Concussion confirmed

    Wallace has been ruled out after suffering a concussion during Sunday's game against the Browns. Wallace exited the game to be evaluated for a concussion in the first half of Sunday's matchup. He'll now be out for the rest of the contest and will have to pass concussion protocol to return for a Week 15 matchup against Green Bay. Wallace had not recorded a target or catch prior to his exit.
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  • Ravens' Tylan Wallace: Being evaluated for concussion

    Wallace is being evaluated for a concussion and is questionable to return to Sunday's contest against the Browns. Wallace took a hit to the head that forced him to leave the Week 14 contest in the first half. The rookie fourth-round pick has no receptions on just one target this season, so his absence shouldn't impact the Ravens' offensive gameplan.
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