|Offense||8th||91.5 (23rd)||305.5 (7th)|
|Defense||2nd||95.5 (14th)||167.5 (3rd)|
|16||Adeboyejo, Quincy||WR||6-3||200||5/26/1995||1||Ole Miss|
|49||Board, Chris||LB||6-2||229||7/23/1995||R||North Dakota State|
|13||Brown, John||WR||5-11||178||4/3/1990||5||Pittsburg State|
|24||Carr, Brandon||DB||6-0||210||5/19/1986||11||Grand Valley State|
|36||Clark, Chuck||DB||6-0||205||4/19/1995||2||Virginia Tech|
|15||Crabtree, Michael||WR||6-1||215||9/14/1987||10||Texas Tech|
|71||Eluemunor, Jermaine||G||6-4||335||12/13/1994||2||Texas A&M|
|3||Griffin III, Robert||QB||6-2||213||2/12/1990||6||Baylor|
|43||Hill, Jaylen||CB||5-10||175||5/26/1994||2||Jacksonville State|
|74||Hurst, James||T||6-5||310||12/17/1991||5||North Carolina|
|81||Hurst, Hayden||TE||6-4||245||8/24/1993||R||South Carolina|
|99||Judon, Matt||LB||6-3||261||8/15/1992||3||Grand Valley State|
|41||Levine, Anthony||DB||5-11||207||3/27/1987||7||Tennessee State|
|48||Onwuasor, Patrick||LB||6-0||227||8/22/1992||3||Portland State|
|95||Sieler, Zach||DE||6-6||290||9/7/1995||R||Ferris State|
|83||Snead, Willie||WR||5-11||205||10/17/1992||4||Ball State|
|79||Stanley, Ronnie||T||6-6||315||3/18/1994||3||Notre Dame|
|55||Suggs, Terrell||LB||6-3||265||10/11/1982||16||Arizona State|
|47||Turner, De'Lance||RB||5-11||214||8/23/1995||R||Alcorn State|
|98||Williams, Brandon||DT||6-1||336||2/21/1989||6||Missouri Southern State|
|80||Acklin, Jaelon (IR)||WR||6-1||189||8/10/1995||R||Western Illinois|
|Bailey, Aaron (IR)||WR||6-2||222||//||R||Northern Iowa|
|33||Byndom, Carrington (IR)||DB||6-0||180||7/7/1992||1||Texas|
|26||Canady, Maurice (IR)||CB||6-1||193||5/26/1994||3||Virginia|
|30||Dixon, Kenneth (IR)||RB||5-10||228||1/21/1994||3||Louisiana Tech|
|21||Elliott, DeShon (IR)||DB||6-0||210||4/21/1997||R||Texas|
|Henry, Daniel (IR)||DB||6-1||196||8/30/1994||R||New Mexico|
|39||Jackson, Bennett (IR)||DB||6-0||192||9/16/1991||2||Notre Dame|
|38||Jean-Baptiste, Stanley (IR)||CB||6-3||216||4/12/1990||3||Nebraska|
|58||Jones, Alvin (IR)||LB||5-10||231||12/2/1994||R||UTEP|
|62||Moore, Steven (IR)||T||6-6||303||9/28/1993||1||California|
|12||Scott, Jaleel (IR)||WR||6-5||210||2/23/1995||R||New Mexico State|
|64||Senat, Greg (IR)||T||6-6||305||9/8/1994||R||Wagner|
|Dorleant, Makinton||CB||5-11||182||10/6/1992||2||Northern Iowa|
|45||Ezeala, Christopher||RB||5-11||248||9/19/1995||R||No College|
|65||Siragusa, Nico||G||6-4||330||5/10/1994||2||San Diego State|
|80||Waller, Darren||WR||6-6||255||9/13/1992||3||Georgia Tech|
|14||White, Tim||WR||5-10||175||7/15/1994||2||Arizona State|
Bradley was placed on injured reserve last September after he tore his ACL, and it looks like his rehab will continue into the start of the regular season. With that, Bradley would be forced to miss the first six games of the regular season.
The Ravens didn't elaborate much besides tabbing the injury as severe. Baltimore placed Scott on injured reserve early Monday.
In the midst of a 44-yard, one touchdown effort Week 1, Dixon limped off the field and diagnosed with a knee injury of unknown severity. Within days, he was placed on IR, meaning he must miss at least eight weeks. Considering the Ravens have a Week 10 bye, Dixon's first chance to return to the field will be Nov. 18 against the Bengals.
Mosley did not practice Friday after putting in limited work Thursday, so his status for Sunday's outing is truly up in the air. Mosley will likely test out the injury one last time during pregame warmups before being a game-time decision.
Baltimore added Turner to shore up depth in the backfield after Kenneth Dixon (knee) was placed on injured reserve. An undrafted free agent out of Alcorn State, Turner will look to capitalize on whatever touches he receives behind the team's clear top two backs, Alex Collins and Javorius Allen.
Canady's thigh injury popped up a week ago and failed to practice all week. It appears the ailment ended up being a serious one, as the defensive back's season is likely over. The Ravens re-signed linebacker Albert MClellan with their open roster spot.
It was a near-identical showing from Williams' Week 1 outing when he caught all three of his targets for 32 yards. Williams is behind Nick Boyle in the pecking order for playing time among Baltimore tight ends, and Mark Andrews' presence puts a cap on his target upside. The Ravens will host the Broncos in Week 3.
Hill landing on the PUP list to begin the regular season is no surprise, given that he suffered a torn ACL and MCL in December of 2017. The second-year cornerback will be forced to miss the first six games of the regular season.
Pierce played just 55 snaps through the first two games and made three tackles, so his IDP value is negligible. If Pierce can't play, expect rookie Chris Wormley, who played more than Pierce in each of the first two games, to see an uptick in snaps.
Adeboyejo has been sidelined since May, when he underwent a surgery to repair an upper leg muscle. The wideout will miss at least the first six games of the regular season as he works to get healthy.
Clark exited in first first half to be evaluated for a concussion but never entered the concussion protocol. The 22-year-old should continue to be a contributor on special teams.
It's unclear why Byndom landed on injured reserve in the first place, but he's now eligible to sign elsewhere.
The Ravens are carrying three quarterbacks into Week 1 for the first time since 2009, creating some question as to whether Jackson or Griffin would enter a game in the event of a Flacco injury. Jackson is listed in the second spot on the depth chart, but it seems like an odd decision to keep 28-year-old Griffin on the roster as a third stringer. It's equally unclear if the Ravens will follow through on their offseason idea to give Jackson a few snaps per game in special packages designed to take advantage of his running ability. There may not have clarity on the situation until the aftermath of Sunday's opener against Buffalo.
Jefferson and the rest of the Ravens defense had a field day against the Bills offense. The single interception and two passes defensed equal Jefferson's season total last year. His four tackles were respectable as well, and he'll look to extend his strong performance into next week's tilt against the Bengals.
Smith missed last week's matchup against Pittsburgh due to the injury, but after logging full practice sessions both Thursday and Friday, he'll be ready to go Week 15. He doesn't rack up a ton of tackles but has seen the field anywhere from 25 to 50 snaps when healthy each game since Week 3.
The exact location and severity of the injury remain unclear, but the Ravens are set to cut ties with the converted wide receiver rather than keeping him rostered on injured reserve. He'll be free to sign with any team once he's at full strength and able to pass a physical, although that may not be until the start of the 2018 season.
Harbaugh's pronouncement comes weeks after Hurst inked a four-year, $17.5 million contract extension with the Ravens. The 26-year-old saw most of his time at left guard and played well at that spot last season, so the move to the outside is somewhat of a puzzling decision, especially in light of Hurst's previous struggles in protecting quarterback Joe Flacco's blindside while serving as a fill-in left tackle in 2015. Hurst may only be viewed as a placeholder at right tackle in the event the club re-signs Austin Howard, who started 16 games at the position in 2017, or uses its first-round selection on one of the top tackle prospects in the draft in April.
Onwuasor had an uneventful Week 1, where he had only a single solo tackle, but he rebounded a bit with Thursday's effort. The 26-year-old played all but one defensive snap against Cincinnati and should continue to see plenty of opportunities, especially if C.J. Mosley (knee) is forced to miss any time.
Levine's tackle was in on special teams, which is where he'll spend a majority of his time in 2018. The 31-year-old finished the 2017 season with 29 tackles, three sacks and one interception. He's not a viable IDP asset, barring injuries ahead of him in the depth chart.
Dorleant played four games with the Packers in 2016 but was released in April with a failed physical, and was also handed a one-week suspension by the NFL in October. A change of scenery could be just what was needed for the 25-year-old, who also finished the 2016 season on injured reserve with a torn ACL.
Edwards was competing with fellow undrafted rookies Mark Thompson and De'Lance Turner for the No. 4 RB spot, but the Ravens ended up keeping just three players at the position. Edwards was injured for the final week of the preseason, missing out on his last opportunity to make a bid for the team.
The veteran will give way to first-round pick Lamar Jackson as Joe Flacco's backup to start the season. Griffin may frequently be subject to inactive status as long as both Flacco and Jackson are healthy, considering the former's solid grip on the starting job to open the season and the team's desire to develop the latter as much as possible during his rookie campaign.
Moore was waived by the Ravens with an undisclosed injury designation last week, but will remain in the organization after going unclaimed by the other 31 teams.
After being limited with an illness early in the week and missing Wednesday's practice, Collins was full-go on Thursday. With that, Collins appears on track to play Sunday against Denver. Collins has seen uneven usage patterns through the first two weeks of the season, but that can be attributed to a blowout situation in Week 1 and Baltimore having to abandon the run early to play catch-up in Cincinnati in Week 2. Javorius Allen is still in line for a role, especially on passing downs, but Collins' workload figures to tick back up to 2017 norms before long.
Vedvik was found injured in Baltimore early Saturday morning. He's reportedly in stable condition at a hospital after the scary incident.
The veteran quarterback was guilty of three miscues overall, but with the Ravens playing catch-up for the entirety of the contest, he still put up a very palatable fantasy line. Flacco connected with nine different pass catchers overall and hit Mark Andrews and John Brown for one- and 21-yard touchdowns, respectively. However, his first-quarter interception in his own territory ultimately led to a Bengals touchdown. Meanwhile, his fumble on the Ravens' 20-yard line with 2:52 remaining and the deficit down to just eight points ultimately sealed Baltimore's fate by enabling a field goal that put the contest out of reach. Flacco will look to bounce back against the Broncos in a Week 3 home matchup.
Daniel signed a reserve/future contract with the Ravens in January, but the club officially cut ties with the defensive back on Thursday to make room for some of its incoming undrafted free agents. Daniel will now hit the open market looking to land a gig as a special teams player for another team in 2018.
Acklin initially reverted back to injured reserve, but it appears the two sides have agreed to part ways. Acklin will be free to pursue other opportunities when healthy.
Henry continues to recover from sports hernia surgery undergone during the offseason. The second-year defensive lineman should be considered week-to-week, and Brandon Williams will once again receive an increased defensive role in Week 3 while Henry remains sidelined. When Henry is eventually able to get healthy, he's in line to slot in as a key defensive piece for Baltimore.
Senat suffered a season-ending turf toe injury during Saturday's preseason game against the Dolphins, and he will remain on injured reserve for the entire 2018 season. Expected to have served as Ronnie Stanley's backup, Senat's injury harms the Raven's depth at the tackle position.
Hurst's recovery timeline was estimated at 3-to-4 weeks when he was diagnosed with a stress fracture in his foot Aug. 24. It seems his rehab process will stretch well beyond the initial timetable, as he still hasn't returned to practice nearly a month later. Nick Boyle, Mark Andrews and Maxx Williams will continue to form a timeshare at tight end.
The veteran possession receiver served as an effective complement to the speedier John Brown on the night, and his catch total drew even with those of Willie Snead and Javorius Allen for the team lead. Crabtree has hauled in eight receptions over the first pair of games, providing the type of mid-range presence that he's built his NFL reputation on. He'll look to build on the 16 targets he's already logged when the Ravens face off with the Broncos in Week 3.
The Ravens entered camp with their top three receivers locked down, leaving the No.4 spot up for grabs. Moore was considered the favorite to take that spot and he's done nothing to lose any ground. According to Hensley, Moore was the star of Friday's practice, nabbing a one-handed grab over Marlon Humphrey while drawing an interference. Moore's grasp on the No.4 receiver spot leaves the likes of Breshad Perriman, Jaleel Scott, Jordan Lasley and Tim White to battle it out for the remaining receiver spots on the 53-man roster.
Suggs has been a menace for quarterbacks since entering the NFL in 2003. He's now tied for 16th all-time in sacks and is coming off of an 11.0-sack campaign in 2017. He'll look to keep up the strong performance in Week 2 against the Bengals.
It's great news considering the offensive guard suffered a major injury at the beginning of training camp last season. Still, the team is slowly easing Siragusa back into the swing of things, with his workload likely to be expanded once training camp opens.
This is quietly an excellent development for Baltimore's secondary depth with Young making a speedy recovery from a torn ACL that cost him the entirety of the 2017 season. Prior to his injury, Young was poised to be the Ravens' starting nickel corner. His injury allowed Maurice Canady to take a step forward in his development, picking up significant playing time down the stretch. Young will have his work cut out for him in terms of reclaiming the starter's status he carried coming into 2017, but if he shows he hasn't lost a step, he very well could find himself as a primary nickel option in 2018.
Weddle presumably came out of Sunday's loss to the Vikings with an ankle injury, which ultimately drew him a questionable designation on the short week. However, the issue was never considered serious, and he should take on his usual role on the defense barring any setbacks.
Jackson cleared waivers after landing on injured reserve with the undisclosed injury last week. The 26-year-old can now sign elsewhere -- if healthy -- thanks to the injury settlement.
Skura returns to the field after missing the last two games with an MCL sprain. Look for the 24-year-old to resume his role as a starting right guard for the contest.
Nacua spent the offseason with Baltimore and was on the fringe of a roster spot as the preseason came to a close. He'll have a chance to get promoted to the active roster if the team faces a rash of injuries, especially to the secondary.
White earned an IR stash as an undrafted rookie last season and may end up sticking around on the Ravens' practice squad. He was expected to push for a key role in the return game, but Janarion Grant made a stronger impression.
Jones was waived/injured at roster cutodowns and reverted to injured reserve after clearing waivers. Due to the injury settlement, the 23-year-old is now free to join another team if healthy.
Tucker's field goal came from 55 yards, as he continues to illustrate his accuracy from long distance. The Ravens offense had two turnovers on downs at Cincinnati's 38- and 44-yard lines, which limited Tucker's opportunities.
Eluemunor spent the first week of OTAs starting at right guard while Marshal Yanda (ankle) continues to rehab from an injury. The second-year player out of Texas A&M played mostly as a backup last season while missing some games due to a shoulder issue.
The fact that Judon was a full participant in Friday's practice after being limited Wednesday and Thursday suggests that he is on track to play in Sunday's contest. Consider Judon more towards probable to take the field against the Broncos.
Smith is reportedly appealing the suspension, but this could be a significant blow to Baltimore's defense, as Smith has been one of the league's more underrated cornerbacks over the past few seasons. If Smith does end up missing time, 2017 first-rounder Marlon Humphrey will presumably step into a larger role from the outset of the upcoming campaign.
It was originally reported that Urban would head to the PUP list due to a foot injury, but the defensive end passed his physical and has been cleared to take the field. Five Ravens remain on the PUP list to open up camp.
The rookie scored his first NFL touchdown late in the first half to pull the Ravens within two scores heading into halftime. Andrews has drawn eight targets through two games -- a bigger role than most could have envisioned for the rookie considering Baltimore's deep tight end rotation. Even though Nick Boyle and Maxx Williams continue to see plenty of snaps thanks to their blocking ability, Andrews' pass-catching ability will keep him on the field. It will be interesting to see how the dynamic changes once Hayden Hurst (foot) returns, but for now, Andrews should have a role in the passing game.
The rookie second-round pick hasn't played more than 15 defensive snaps since Week 2 but he still made his presence known Thursday. He may continue to be summoned in pass rush situations, but with the Titans on the horizon in Week 9, Bowser will have a tough time getting to quarterback Marcus Mariota, who has been sacked on just 2.76 percent of his dropbacks.
The Ravens have filtered 24 targets to their three tight ends through two weeks, and Boyle has accounted for 10 of them. Boyle has turned those looks into five grabs for 66 yards while Mark Andrews and Maxx Williams have combined for 12 catches for 111 yards. Boyle's blocking ability helps him lead the position group in playing time, but Andrews and Williams are better pass catchers, which caps Boyle's target ceiling on weeks where all three are active.
Lewis missed the entire 2017 season while recovering from last August's surgery to repair a damaged labrum. He recovered by the time spring rolled around and then suffered a back injury in June's minicamp. Lewis now appears to be healthy and is lining up as the first-string left guard in training camp.
Game flow dictated Baltimore to go to the air after falling behind by 21 points early in the second quarter. That allowed Allen to see more playing time than usual, as he had an even snap split (42) with starter Alex Collins. Allen has actually played more snaps than Collins to this point in the season, but the game flow in both games has been abnormal with Baltimore opening a 40-point lead in the opener and having to play catch-up Week 2. In closer games where Baltimore isn't forced to abandon the run, Allen figures to see his role reduced.
Jean-Baptiste was placed on injured reserve prior to the NFL's final cut deadline, meaning he is ineligible to return during the 2018 season. The 2014 second-rounder season-ending injury is thought to be a broken right arm, but more information should be released over the upcoming few days.
By securing nine of 14 targets over his first two games as a Raven, Snead has now surpassed his catch total for all of 2017 n New Orleans. The 25-year-old speedster is working well in concert with Michael Crabtree and John Brown thus far, and his eight targets Thursday were second only to the starting duo. Snead's early involvement is certainly encouraging, and he'll look to continue leveraging his one-on-one matchups against the Broncos in Week 3.
Humphrey was arrested in January after he was accused of stealing a phone charger from an Uber driver. The charges predictably were dropped, allowing the 2017 first-round pick to move along with his offseason without distraction. Humphrey finished his rookie year with 34 tackles, two interceptions and 11 passes defensed in 16 games, making five starts after Jimmy Smith suffered a torn Achilles in November. If Smith is ready for the start of the season, Humphrey might need to compete with Brandon Carr for a starting job. The Ravens ideally would like to see Smith and Humphrey lining up outside when Week 1 comes around.
McClellan spent the offseason with the Ravens before being waived prior to the start of the regular season. His signing comes on the heels of C.J. Mosley (knee) suffering an injury that could sideline him for some time. Look for McClellan to operate as a depth linebacker for the time being.
The undisclosed injury that Stanley sustained against the Bengals last Thursday seems related to his arm. While the severity of Stanley's injury remains undisclosed, the starting left tackle seems on track to suit up against the Broncos on Sunday.
Brown's receiving yardage total paced the Ravens on the night, and his 21-yard touchdown reception with 9:35 remaining in the fourth quarter sliced the deficit to 28-23 at the time. The 28-year-old has now scored in each of his first two games in his new Baltimore digs, although his catch rate Thursday left much to be desired. Brown does seem to have the trust of Joe Flacco, and as long as his health endures, he has the ability to pay major dividends for those who invested a draft pick in hopes of a possible bounce-back season. He'll look to build on Thursday's effort against the Broncos in Week 3.
With Jimmy Smith suspended, Carr will take over the No. 1 cornerback responsibilities for the first four games of the season. He made good on it Sunday, nearly taking his third-quarter interception to the house. He'll now matchup with A.J. Green on Thursday night.
Williams was a nightmare for opposing ball carriers in 2017 and ultimately graded out as Pro Football Focus' third-highest-graded 3-4 defensive end against the run. In fact, the Ravens' run defense fell off a cliff when he wasn't available to play, evidenced by the fact Baltimore surrendered just 82.2 rushing yards per game on a 2.5-yards-per-carry clip with Williams in the lineup compared to 169.5 yards per game and 4.3 yards per carry without him. However, his fantasy utility pales in comparison to his real-life value given his meager statistical production, leaving Williams off the IDP radar in most formats ahead of the 2018 campaign.
Yanda was placed on the PUP list while he continued to recover from shoulder surgery, but he will officially be coming off it Monday and immediately be back on the practice field. According to Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com, Yanda is expected to start with taking part in individual drills, but he will not play in the team's second preseason game against the Rams.
Elliott will spend the entire 2018 season on injured reserve. The rookie will work to get healthy and attempt to make his NFL debut next year.
Grant was added to the injury report mid-week and was a limited participant Tuesday, but he's apparently good to go against the Bengals. The 24-year-old is unlikely to see significant offensive snaps, but he should fill his usual role as the Ravens' return specialist.