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Ravens coach John Harbaugh said Mark Ingram (ankle) could return for Week 10 against the Patriots.

Ingram has missed the past two games with a high-ankle sprain. Assuming he avoids setbacks, Ingram would rejoin the Ravens' three-back committee, making it a backfield to avoid. Baltimore playing on Sunday night gives Ingram a little extra time to get cleared.

SOURCE: The Athletic

Nov 11, 2020, 11:50 AM ET

 

 

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I'm glad that Ingram decided to stop ####### Payton's wife the year I finally decided to draft him. 

Hello old friend.

Starting him. Never even had a second thought about it... still don't.

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Mark Ingram (ankle) is questionable for Week 10 against the Patriots.

Ingram is expected to play after practicing in full for the first time since he initially suffered a high-ankle sprain. J.K. Dobbins out-touched Gus Edwards 30-29 the past two games without Ingram available but previously handled only 25 touches to Ingram's 48 and Edwards' 34 in the five games all have been healthy for this year. There is no right answer on who to start for fantasy if Ingram is healthy and active.

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NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports Ravens RB Mark Ingram (ankle, questionable) "should be set to play" in Week 10 against the Patriots.

On Friday, Ingram logged his first full practice since suffering the high ankle sprain. He has missed two games and had a bye week in between. Ingram remains a touchdown-dependent RB3 upon returning. He averaged less than 10 touches per game in his first five contests. Edwards and Dobbins combined for more work than him but neither back saw enough volume to be reliable starters on their own.

SOURCE: Ian Rapoport on Twitter

Nov 15, 2020, 8:02 AM ET

 

 

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Mark Ingram rushed five times for five yards in Week 10 against the Patriots.

This was Ingram's first game since Week 6. He got the start for the Ravens but played in an even timeshare with J.K. Dobbins and Gus Edwards. Ingram saw the most work in the pass game, though it still only amounted to two catches for 24 yards. The Ravens look set on going with the hot-hand in their three-back committee. Ingram will be a low-floor RB3 for a Week 11 matchup with the Titans.

Nov 15, 2020, 11:55 PM ET

 

 

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Mark Ingram played six snaps in the Ravens' Week 11 loss to Tennessee. 

J.K. Dobbins dominated with a 63 percent snap share while Gus Edwards played on 20 percent of the team's offensive snaps. Even one-time fantasy Twitter darling Justice Hill played more snaps the Ingram. It's unclear if Ingram's lingering ankle injury led to a dip in playing time but it's clear he won't be a fantasy factor unless Edwards and Dobbins miss time. And maybe not even then. ESPN's Jamison Hensley said Ingram "could be getting close to being inactive on game days."

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SOURCE: Jamison Hensley on Twitter 

Nov 23, 2020, 8:33 AM ET

 

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Tom Pelissero @TomPelissero

#Ravens RB J.K. Dobbins and Mark Ingram will now be eligible for Wednesday’s game against the #Steelers, per me and @RapSheet. Their-day isolation period after positive COVID-19 tests will be over. 

Baltimore still will be down a dozen players, including QB Lamar Jackson.

https://twitter.com/tompelissero/status/1333555289635872768?s=21

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Mark Ingram rushed six times for 28 yards in the Ravens' Week 13 win over the Cowboys.

Ingram received the start, but he looked like he was playing in slow motion compared to explosive rookie J.K. Dobbins, who led the backfield in snaps (21) and carries (11). The veteran is likely to play more of a mentor role down the stretch while letting the younger backs take over. Ingram is nothing more than a forgettable bench hold in 12-team formats. Even Gus Edwards played more snaps (18) than Ingram (11).

Dec 8, 2020, 11:17 PM ET

 

 

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Mark Ingram rushed nine times for 39 yards in the Ravens' Week 17 win over the Bengals. 

Ingram was active for the first time in three weeks, and got some run in the fourth quarter with the game in hand. It wouldn't be a surprise if Ingram were a healthy scratch in the Ravens' opening playoff game, as J.K. Dobbins and Gus Edwards have split the backfield load in recent weeks. 

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7 hours ago, socrates said:

Ingram might be an upgrade in Buffalo for a Super Bowl run, or at least a nice complement to Singletary.

This is what the Ravens said the reason was (without mentioning Buffalo specifically). He's able to sign with a remaining playoff team.

It was no secret he wasn't coming back.

 

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Ravens waived RB Mark Ingram. 

The abrupt ending to Ingram's Ravens tenure comes two seasons into his three-year deal. It is a highly unusual time of year for a team to release a veteran like Ingram. Even though he is subject to waivers, Ingram apparently cannot be claimed until after the Super Bowl. No one is going to pick him up at his scheduled $5 million salary. The move creates $5 million in 2021 salary cap space as the Ravens try to get ahead of what is going to be a reduced salary cap following this season's revenue shortfalls due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 31-year-old Ingram was a healthy scratch four of the Ravens' final five games, averaging a modest 4.2 yards per carry in the Ravens' road-paving rushing attack. Ingram probably still has some juice left in the tank, but J.K. Dobbins and Gus Edwards both offer more between the tackles at this stage of their careers. 

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