|Offense||29th||129.5 (7th)||159.7 (31st)|
|Defense||16th||141.3 (30th)||189.5 (5th)|
|37||Allen, Javorius||RB||6-0||222||8/27/1991||3||Southern California|
|12||Campanaro, Michael||WR||5-9||191||1/25/1991||4||Wake Forest|
|24||Carr, Brandon||CB||6-0||210||5/19/1986||10||Grand Valley State|
|36||Clark, Chuck||DB||6-0||210||4/19/1995||R||Virginia Tech|
|51||Correa, Kamalei||ILB||6-3||241||4/27/1994||2||Boise State|
|71||Eluemunor, Jermaine||G||6-4||338||12/13/1994||R||Texas A&M|
|43||Hill, Jaylen||DB||5-10||178||5/26/1994||R||Jacksonville State|
|77||Howard, Austin||T||6-7||330||3/22/1987||8||Northern Iowa|
|74||Hurst, James||G||6-5||317||12/17/1991||4||North Carolina|
|66||Jensen, Ryan||C||6-4||319||5/27/1991||4||Colorado State-Pueblo|
|99||Judon, Matt||OLB||6-3||263||8/15/1992||2||Grand Valley State|
|92||Kaufusi, Bronson||DE||6-6||285||7/6/1991||2||Brigham Young|
|41||Levine, Anthony||CB||5-11||209||3/27/1987||6||Tennessee State|
|16||Mayle, Vince||WR||6-2||247||6/12/1991||2||Washington State|
|33||McRae, Tony||CB||5-10||185||5/3/1993||1||North Carolina|
|48||Onwuasor, Patrick||OLB||6-0||227||8/22/1992||2||Portland State|
|31||Rainey, Bobby||RB||5-8||212||10/16/1987||6||Western Kentucky|
|79||Stanley, Ronnie||T||6-6||320||3/18/1994||2||Notre Dame|
|55||Suggs, Terrell||OLB||6-3||265||10/11/1982||15||Arizona State|
|17||Wallace, Mike||WR||6-0||200||8/1/1986||9||Ole Miss|
|21||Webb, Lardarius||FS||5-10||185||10/12/1985||9||Nicholls State|
|98||Williams, Brandon||NT||6-1||340||2/21/1989||5||Missouri Southern State|
|Bailey, Aaron (IR)||WR||6-2||222||//||R||Northern Iowa|
|35||Boykin, Brandon (IR)||DB||5-10||173||7/13/1990||6||Georgia|
|53||Bradley, Bam (IR)||LB||5-11||237||6/26/1994||R||Pittsburgh|
|33||Byndom, Carrington (IR)||DB||6-0||180||7/7/1992||1||Texas|
|26||Canady, Maurice (IR)||CB||6-1||193||5/26/1994||2||Virginia|
|30||Dixon, Kenneth (IR)||RB||5-10||223||1/21/1994||2||Louisiana Tech|
|80||Gillmore, Crockett (IR)||TE||6-6||266||11/16/1991||4||Colorado State|
|Henry, Daniel (IR)||DB||6-1||196||8/30/1994||R||New Mexico|
|60||Kublanow, Brandon (IR)||C||6-2||300||4/5/1995||R||Georgia|
|72||Lewis, Alex (IR)||G||6-6||315||4/21/1992||2||Nebraska|
|50||McClellan, Albert (IR)||OLB||6-2||250||6/4/1986||7||Marshall|
|67||Nembot, Stephane (IR)||T||6-6||320||12/7/1991||2||Colorado|
|27||Price, Sheldon (IR)||CB||6-2||198||3/26/1991||2||UCLA|
|65||Siragusa, Nico (IR)||G||6-4||320||5/10/1994||R||San Diego State|
|96||Urban, Brent (IR)||DE||6-7||300||5/5/1991||4||Virginia|
|6||White, Tim (IR)||WR||5-10||181||7/15/1994||R||Arizona State|
|39||Woodhead, Danny (IR)||RB||5-8||204||1/25/1985||9||Chadron State|
|73||Yanda, Marshal (IR)||G||6-3||305||9/15/1984||11||Iowa|
|25||Young, Tavon (IR)||CB||5-9||177||3/14/1994||2||Temple|
|76||Shakir, Maurquice||G||6-4||313||10/14/1993||R||Middle Tennessee|
|88||Adeboyejo, Quincy||WR||6-3||197||5/26/1995||R||Ole Miss|
|Joseph, Dieugot||T||6-6||302||3/21/1994||R||Florida International|
|Crockett, John||RB||6-0||217||2/16/1992||2||North Dakota State|
|Lewis-Moore, Kapron||DE||6-4||315||1/24/1990||4||Notre Dame|
|84||Waller, Darren||TE||6-6||255||9/13/1992||3||Georgia Tech|
|Team||OLine Avg. Ht||OLine Avg. Wt||DLine Avg. Ht||DLine Avg. Wt||Avg. Age||Youngest||Oldest|
Bradley suffered a torn ACL and was ruled out for the remainder of the regular season. The undrafted rookie primarily was in line for a special teams role on the Ravens this season.
Already ruled out for the season, Dixon can serve all six games of the suspension while recovering from surgery to repair a torn meniscus. It will cost him in salary but not missed time, though it could impact how the Ravens view their 2016 fourth-round pick. Prior to the injury and pair of suspensions, Dixon was expected to mount a serious challenge to Terrance West for the lead role in Baltimore's backfield. The 23-year-old will instead look to bounce back in 2018, but he'll first need to avoid any additional suspensions, as the next one likely would cost him either 10 games or a full season.
Mosley is by far the most dominant force on the Ravens' defense, posting a team-high 55 tackles (42 solo) through six games. The next best on the team? Free safety Eric Weddle has 30 tackles (22 solo). Mosley's abilities make him a surefire IDP option across most formats.
The second-year cornerback suffered a knee injury during training camp that required surgery, but under the league's new policy, Canady could be activated following Week 8 if he progresses as quickly as the Ravens hope. Canady could theoretically begin practicing after Week 6, at which point the Ravens should get a better assessment of his health.
Waller was suspended for the first four games of last season for his initial violation, and now he faces a year out of the league for his latest. The 24-year-old will be allowed to participate in preseason practices and games, but his punishment will begin once the regular season does. A sixth-round pick in 2015, Waller caught 10 passes for 85 yards and two touchdowns last season. His absence -- which follows Dennis Pitta's most recent hip injury and subsequent release -- figures to allow Nick Boyle to see more action behind Ben Watson, Crockett Gillmore and Maxx Williams at tight end in the buildup to this season.
Williams returned from a three-week absence for Sunday's game against the Bears, only to suffer a new ankle injury during the first half of an eventual 27-24 loss. He didn't return to the game and seems likely to miss more time, leaving Vince Mayle as the Ravens' No. 3 tight end.
The undrafted rookie is in line to make his season debut against the Vikings on Sunday. Hill was expected to be used as a reserve cornerback with special teams upside, but with the injuries in Baltimore's secondary, he may find some defensive snaps.
Adeboyejo had been sidelined since Sunday due to an unspecified knee injury. Now back in order, he'll look to bolster his bid for a roster spot during the Ravens' third preseason game Saturday against the Bills.
Price's concussion seems like it could be more serious than initially thought. With his placement on injured reserve, he'll have to sit out at least eight weeks before he can return to action.
Clark (6-feet, 208 pounds) showed only modest athleticism at the Combine (4.54-second 40, 6.85-second three-cone), but he's an experienced player who was a very productive run stopper at Virginia Tech. He probably profiles as a strong safety in the NFL.
With Joe Flacco still nursing a back injury, Mallett will work with the first-team offense in Thursday's exhibition. Mallett has reportedly had an up-and-down camp to this point, so the pressure will be on him to perform well Thursday in order to convince the Ravens' brass that he is capable of handling the offense if Flacco's injury continues to linger. According to Downing, Mallett will also work with the second-team offense Thursday, so there's a chance he'll play the entire first half against the Redskins.
It's unclear why Byndom landed on injured reserve in the first place, but he's now eligible to sign elsewhere.
Watson was held out of Wednesday practices in Weeks 4 and 5 due to a calf injury, but he didn't end up missing any games or having his workload limited. There will only be cause for concern if he doesn't make it back to practice by the end of the week as the Ravens prepare for Sunday's game in Minnesota. Watson is locked in as the team's top pass-catching tight end, but he's essentially been limited to low-value short targets since catching eight passes for 91 yards in a Week 2 win over the Browns. He's caught 16 of 21 targets for just 85 yards over the past four weeks, limited to a dump-off role in an unproductive passing game.
Sunday marked Jefferson's first sack since the season opener and he hasn't had more than five tackles since that game, either. Jefferson has yet to record a pass defensed or an interception in 2017, but part of that could be attributed to quarterbacks looking away from him in the passing game. Still, Jefferson is well off his tackle pace from 2016, when he racked up 96 tackles in 15 games.
Despite practicing fully throughout the week while managing the two injuries, Smith was deemed questionable heading into Sunday. With neither injury preventing any issues for him during pregame warmups, he'll be cleared to take the field Sunday, acting as the primary backup to starting edge rusher Terrell Suggs. That role won't afford him many opportunities to pick up snaps so long as Suggs stays healthy.
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.
Levine was limited in practice after playing in just 14 snaps during last week's win over Oakland. He'll resume his role as a top backup to starting safeties Tony Jefferson and Eric Weddle.
Collins saw five more carries than Javorius Allen and gained an extra 25 yards on the ground as both averaged 4.9 yards per rush. Unfortunately for the duo of running backs, neither was able to find paydirt with quarterback Joe Flacco struggling mightily to move the offense. Despite averaging a robust 6.4 yards per carry on his 52 totes this season, Collins makes for a risky fantasy option given Baltimore's timeshare at his position and ineffective offense overall.
With third-string tight end Maxx Williams still dealing with a foot injury, the Ravens are likely bringing in Holmes as a potential emergency option at the position. Holmes was most recently cut by the Raiders prior to the start of the regular season.
Flacco threw for 67 more yards than opposing quarterback Mitchell Trubisky, but that's not saying much given the veteran's embarrassing 4.4 yards per attempt. Baltimore's two touchdowns in this one came on a kickoff return and a punt return as Flacco failed to lead the offense to paydirt while throwing a pick-six among his two interceptions. Flacco's touchdown-to-interception ratio now sits at an awful 4:8 to go with an average of just 167 passing yards per game. Surely you can find a better quarterback option on waivers.
Perriman took a huge hit in Sunday's 27-24 loss to the Bears and was down on the field for quite some time. While recovery from concussions is unpredictable, it nonetheless would be a minor surprise if he's ready for Sunday's game in Minnesota. An absence would free up the No. 3 role for Michael Campanaro, assuming Jeremy Maclin (shoulder) is back. Should Maclin and Perriman both end up sitting, Chris Moore would need to handle a significant role for the second straight week.
Wallace's ability to practice in any capacity is a good sign, though the same could've been said for Jeremy Maclin (shoulder) last week. With Maclin and Breshad Perriman (concussion) also showing up on the initial injury report, the Ravens are in the process of signing Griff Whalen. The team is probably concerned about Perriman and Maclin more so than Wallace, but the Thursday and Friday injury reports will still be worth a look. There's little reason to believe the Baltimore passing game will have any luck Sunday in Minnesota, regardless of who lines up at wide receiver for Joe Flacco.
The Michigan product spent his rookie season on injured reserve, but Henry has hit the ground running since the start of camp. Henry (6-foot-3, 300 pounds) was a disruptive player in college, racking up 10.0 tackles for loss and 6.5 sacks from the defensive interior in his final season in Ann Arbor. Baltimore is deep along the defensive line, but Henry can help his cause towards locking down a starting role if he continues to make waves on the practice field.
It seems the Ravens haven't changed their original expectation that Woodhead will return from injured reserve at full health when first eligible after the team's Week 10 bye. He can begin practicing Week 8, which would give him plenty of time to get up to speed before returning Week 11 against the Packers. Woodhead figures to step right back in as the team's top pass-catching back as soon as he's available, potentially ending Javorius Allen's run of fantasy utility (if it hasn't already happened by then).
Williams hasn't been much of a factor for the Ravens' defense in the early portion of the regular season, so his absence shouldn't carry significant fantasy relevance.
He was pressed into action for a season-high 34 snaps Sunday with Breshad Perriman (concussion) and Jeremy Maclin (shoulder) injured. Moore answered the bell by recording his first three receptions of the year and leading the team in receiving yards. He showed some promise overall Sunday, but it'll likely take Perriman and Maclin being sidelined again for Moore to have a significant role in Week 7 against the Vikings.
The veteran played 49 of a possible 61 snaps on Sunday, according to Jeff Zrebiec of the Baltimore Sun, placing him second behind Matthew Judon among all Ravens outside linebackers. Suggs held up well and made an impact in pass rush, racking up two sacks. He registered eight sacks last season after suffering an Achiles injury that limited him to just one game in 2015. Even though Suggs is 34 years old now, he's shown that he can still be effective when healthy.
Crockett will take the spot of Jeremy Langford, who was moved to injured reserve with an undisclosed issue. The Ravens' depth at running back has already been tested not even a quarter of the way through the season with Danny Woodhead (hamstring) and Kenneth Dixon (knee) on injured reserve and Terrance West (calf) also banged up, so it's not inconceivable for Crockett to receive a promotion to the 53-man roster at some point in 2017. The North Dakota State product has two career NFL appearances to his name, both of which came in 2015 as a member of the Packers.
Siragusa received a potential promotion to the offensive line prior to the injury, but a torn ACL, MCL and PCL has the potential to sideline the rookie for an extended period of time. He will miss 2017 at a minimum, but there's no guarantee he will be ready at the beginning of 2018 either.
Young tore his ACL during offseason workouts prior to training camp, so his placement on injured reserve doesn't come as much of a surprise. The 23-year-old will look to return to action during the 2018 campaign.
The 32-year-old Weddle played every defensive snap and was a force against both the pass and against the run. He recorded at least seven tackles for the second week in a row and is starting to get back to being one of the more reliable defensive backs in IDP formats.
Boykin, who most recently played for the Bears, missed the entire 2016 season due to a pectoral injury. Presumably healthy now, the 26-year-old will compete for a reserve spot at cornerback behind projected starters Jimmy Smith and Brandon Carr.
While West isn't believed to be nursing a long-term injury, reports last week suggested he'd likely miss more than one game. Javorius Allen and Alex Collins will likely split reps out of the backfield again Sunday in Minnesota unless West returns to practice by the end of the week.
Skura sprained his MCL in Week 5 and was expected to miss 2-to-4 weeks anyhow. Rookie Jermaine Elumunor is likely to slot into the lineup for the time being.
Webb played just 24 snaps Sunday, so his low tackle count is justified. Stats such as sacks, pass breakups and interceptions have served as a crutch to his otherwise low fantasy performances. However, until he can start consistently playing more than 45 snaps, his IDP value likely will remain stagnant.
Kaufusi is reportedly back to full health after breaking his ankle prior to the 2016 season. The third-round pick is expected to compete for a starting job on the Ravens' defense. He figures to compete with Brent Urban and rookie Chris Wormley for a starting defensive end role. Even if he does not get the starting nod, the BYU product will presumably see playing time in a rotational role regardless. Barring any setbacks, he should enter training camp healthy and hungry.
This move was essentially a foregone conclusion following the announcement of his season-ending thumb surgery in mid-August. He made a strong impression early in camp and will look to build off of it in the 2018 preseason.
Maclin was limited all last week and listed as questionable on the final injury report, eventually behind held out for Sunday's 27-24 loss to the Bears. The Ravens may take a more aggressive approach for Sunday's game in Minnesota, considering Mike Wallace (back) and Breshad Perriman (concussion) are also listed on the Week 7 injury report. Per Jeff Zrebiec of The Baltimore Sun, the Ravens are signing Griff Whalen to provide depth for their banged-up receiver group.
After a relatively slow start, Tucker has started to round back into form with back-to-back weeks of double-digit points. He connected from 27 and 31 yards and also had his first 50-yard field goal of the season. Tucker will see favorable conditions in Week 7 when Baltimore travels to Minnesota to face the Vikings in a fixed-roof stadium.
Having not played a regular-season snap since his five-game Baltimore stint in 2015, where he recorded just three tackles, Lewis-Moore had a lot to prove in the preseason. He may be picked up for added competition on a practice squad, but don't expect much more than that.
Eluemunor failed his conditioning test the first time around, but met the required benchmarks on his second try. He'll attempt to fight for playing time at right tackle this season.
The second-year linebacker out of Grand Valley State was all over the field Sunday, terrorizing the Bears with four tackles for loss and 14 total tackles overall. He played a season-high 70 snaps and clearly made the most of his increased opportunity. He's comfortably ahead of rookies Tyus Bowser and Tim Williams in the outside linebacker pecking order and his strong outing Sunday should allow him to see plenty of playing time in Week 7 against the Vikings and beyond.
Davis missed just one game with this injury, but he's on pace to place Sunday in Minnesota. The third-year nose tackle hasn't been consistently playing enough snaps to be a fantasy threat, though, so don't consider him an IDP threat at this time.
Smith was listed as questionable, but was expected to suit up after Ravens head coach John Harbaugh indicated Friday the defensive back would be able to play. Expect Smith and Brandon Carr to continue in their starting roles at cornerback for the Ravens.
Woodrum had a strong preseason with Baltimore, logging 321 total passing yards and two touchdowns while also adding two more scores on the ground. The quarterback was included among the Ravens' final roster cuts and was eventually claimed off waivers by the Browns. His stint in Cleveland lasted less than a week though, allowing the Ravens to bring Woodrum back in as a developmental quarterback.
A specific timetable was not offered by head coach John Harbaugh, but he did classify it as a "long-term injury." It's unknown if Urban is headed to injured reserve at this point, but Willie Henry will likely be required to replace him for an extended period of time.
Joseph was inactive for a couple of weeks due to personal reasons after he was signed to the active roster in mid-September. He was expected to serve as a depth option on the offensive line when healthy.
Bowser only played roughly half the defensive snaps Sunday, but the rookie was extremely impactful when he was in the game. He showed his athleticism dropping into coverage and reading the quarterback to cut off the route and make his first career interception, which is particularly impressive given he's mostly been painted as a pass rusher. The rookie still isn't getting enough reps to be a reliable IDP option, but Bowser did enough Sunday to warrant seeing more snaps.
Boyle continues to see roughly the same amount of playing time as veteran Ben Watson, but Watson remains the preferred target in the passing game as he saw a team-high eight targets compared to Boyle's three. The 24-year-old has seen just 14 targets through six games, and though he's reeled in 12 of those opportunities, his overall volume will remain capped due to Watson's presence. Boyle and the Ravens will travel to Minnesota to face a tough Vikings defense in Week 7.
Lewis was in contention for a starting spot on the offensive line prior to suffering the season-ending torn labrum, but will now need to wait until 2018 to make an impact on the field. His absence from the roster -- along with a number of other injuries along the front -- leaves the Ravens scrambling to find a capable unit to protect Joe Flacco in 2017.
Howard was released by the Raiders last week at the start of the third season of a five-year, $30 million contract signed back in 2014. Although a shoulder injury that required January surgery contributed toward a decline in his play last year, Howard's addition in Baltimore figures to provide needed support up front, where Marshal Yanda is the only other experienced option. Now 30 years old, Howard has started 71 games over the past five seasons, so he should compete for the Ravens' first-team gig at right tackle upon his arrival.
Allen and Alex Collins saw a near-even split with Terrance West (calf) sitting, as Collins got 15 carries without a target. It's tough to project how touches in Baltimore's backfield will break down from week to week, but it's apparent that Allen possesses the best receiving chops out of the team's options at running back. Given how poorly quarterback Joe Flacco has performed so far, it's probably best for fantasy owners to avoid Ravens players altogether if they can help it.
Jean-Baptiste has appeared in just four career NFL games after being selected by the Saints in the second round of the 2014 draft. He was most recently released by the Chiefs in June but will now look to catch on as a reserve cornerback or special teams player in Jacksonville.
After signing Alex Collins off the practice squad earlier this season following Danny Woodhead's (hamstring) placement on injured reserve, the Ravens will add Rainey to their running back corps with Terrance West (calf) expected to at least miss Baltimore's Week 6 contest against the Bears, if not further games beyond that. Rainey, who attended training camp with the Ravens before being cut in September, has four seasons of NFL experience, splitting time with the Browns, Buccaneers and Giants and averaging 4.0 yards per carry for his career. The 30-year-old is also able to contribute as a pass catcher out of the backfield and as a kick returner, but it's expected that he'll be no better than third on the depth chart at running back behind Collins and Javorius Allen until West reenters the mix. Since Collins has shown promise as a runner and Allen is an adept receiver, it's not expected that Rainey will see many snaps on offense during his time with Baltimore.
Matthews will get the nod over fellow wide receiver depth option Chris Moore in the Sunday afternoon contest. He saw his only target of the season Week 3 against Jacksonville but gets most of his work on special teams.
The injury Humphrey suffered from was an aggravation of one he had previously missed time with at the start of August. Given his full participation, the first-round pick appears to have put the ailment behind him, as he looks to continue carving out a prominent role in the Ravens' secondary as a rookie.
Johnson spent some time with the Steelers earlier in the season and will now join the division-rival Ravens. He'll most likely play a special teams role until he gets acclimated with the Ravens defense.
Wide receiver Michael Campanaro (thigh), running back Justin Forsett (knee), tight end Crockett Gilmore (back) and linebacker Albert McClellan (thigh) were all deemed questionable. Forsett returned to practice Friday and is expected to play.
Meanwhile, the following players were ruled probable: Wide receiver Marlon Brown (concussion), tight end Owen Daniels (rest), linebacker C.J. Mosley (wrist), linebacker Daryl Smith (rest), wide receiver Torrey Smith (knee), linebacker Terrell Suggs (rest), defensive tackle DeAngelo Tyson (rest), linebacker Courtney Upshaw (hand) and center Jeremy Zuttah (ankle).
Correa has been groomed throughout the preseason for this role following Zach Orr's early retirement. Although he's had some ups and downs in learning his new position after playing the edge in college, Correa has done enough to earn the starting spot alongside Mosley for Week 1. However, Hensley adds that Patrick Onwuasor is right on Correa's heels for that starting role should Correa struggle.
Stanley's involvement in drills bodes well for his chances of playing in the preseason finale Thursday against the Saints, though he would likely be only limited to a few series in such a scenario. The 2016 first-round pick will start at left tackle this season for the Ravens.
The veteran has looked impressive through his first two games in Baltimore with two interceptions thus far. According to Pro Football Focus, Carr was targeted 10 times Sunday and allowed just three receptions for 37 yards. Carr is locked into the starting role opposite Jimmy Smith and is clearly playing well enough to limit Baltimore's need to lean on rookie Marlon Humphrey.
This means Ricard will now be in line to come off the PUP list. The undrafted free agent will need all the time he can get in order to show what he has to offer in hopes of landing a spot on the team's final roster.
The fact Williams wasn't limited in any capacity suggests his foot injury has been put in the rearview. His availability for Sunday's tilt with the Vikings will be a huge boost for a Ravens run defense that's bled 169.5 rushing yards per game during Williams' four-week absence.
Sunday marked Campanaro's best game of 2017 as he not only reached the end zone on a punt return, but he also played a season-high 33 offensive snaps. That said, part of his increased role can be attributed to Breshad Perriman (concussion) and Jeremy Maclin (shoulder) being injured. If Perriman or Maclin are still battling their respective injuries for Sunday's game against the Vikings, Campanaro could be in line for another strong snap count in the Raven offense.
Yanda was ruled out for the season Sunday with an ankle injury, and he'll now officially begin his rehab and recovery for next season. The team has promoted center Matt Skura from the practice squad and signed tackle Dieugot Joseph to the active roster to shore up its depth on the offensive line.
Bergstrom signed with the Cardinals back in May as a reserve option on the offensive line and is expected to serve a similar role in Baltimore.
Nembot was ruled out for the season with an undisclosed injury prior to the team's final exhibition game. If he and the team do not reach an injury settlement, he will spend his entire 2017 season on their IR.
Gillmore wasn't expected to be a major contributor coming into this season anyhow, but after landing on IR, it appears his season may be over before it started. The Ravens will likely rely on the likes of Ben Watson and Maxx Williams at tight end this year.
The former Cleveland Brown was picked up by the Ravens on waivers toward the end of last season and will now try to crack the roster at a new position. Physically, Mayle's better suited at tight end at the NFL level after running a 4.67 40-yard dash at the Combine, but he's still undersized and has shown a penchant for drops in the past. He'll need to make waves during training camp in order to latch on with the practice squad considering the amount of money the Ravens have tied up in their tight end group.