Baltimore Ravens Depth Chart

Baltimore Ravens Depth Chart

AFC North
Stadium
M&T Bank Stadium
Head Coach
John Harbaugh
Offensive Coordinator
Greg Roman
Defensive Coordinator
Don Martindale
Special Teams Coach
Jerry Rosburg
Defensive Scheme
3-4
Team News
Marquise Brown Having Great Offseason

Baltimore Ravens offensive coordinator Greg Roman said he thinks wide receiver Marquise Brown (foot) has "had a great offseason physically." Brown had an up-and-down rookie season while dealing with a Lisfranc injury that required surgery. Despite playing only 14 games, he still managed to finish as a top-50 fantasy wideout in a run-first offense. It speaks to the upside the deep threat has in the NFL as their No. 1 receiver, and he could see a breakout second season if his injury woes are behind him. The 23-year-old finished with 46 catches (71 targets) for 584 yards and seven touchdowns in 2019. Hollywood Brown is a boom/bust WR3 with plenty of upside heading into his sophomore campaign.

3 days ago
Baltimore Hasn't Discussed Signing Antonio Brown Lately

The Baltimore Ravens and Seattle Seahawks were mentioned as possible destinations for free-agent wide receiver Antonio Brown recently. According to ESPN's Josina Anderson, however, the Ravens might not be as close to signing Brown as it appeared a few days ago. According to Anderson, Brown's name has come up in Baltimore but there have not been any "recent talks internally" per one of her sources. At this time, Anderson doesn't believe Baltimore can be considered a possible future destination for the star wideout. While the Ravens may be out on Brown's services, it does appear likely that he will be getting another chance to play in the NFL this season, although a lengthy suspension is looming if he does sign on somewhere. He's worth a stash in deep dynasty leagues at this moment.

7 days ago
Lamar Jackson Working On Improving As A Passer

Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson is coming off a successful campaign in 2019, which included being named the league's MVP. Though the third-year signal-caller doesn't have much to improve upon as a runner, head coach John Harbaugh is looking for Jackson to "push the ball to spots where the defense is not" in 2020. With many opposing defenses likely to stack the box to stop the run, the door could be open for more passing yards from the 23-year-old at the expense of seeing a slight regression in rushing yards. Nonetheless, he is likely to make some noise on the fantasy end this upcoming year, so fantasy managers should expect him to be the first quarterback off the board in most leagues, regardless of format.

7 days ago
Ravens, Seahawks Discussing Antonio Brown

The Baltimore Ravens and Seattle Seahawks have had internal discussions about signing free-agent wide receiver Antonio Brown. Brown's off-the-field issues have piled up and ran him out of the league last year in failed stints with the Raiders and Patriots. Because of that, he's likely facing at least an eight-game suspension if he signs with a team for the 2020 season. Despite all of that, teams still have some interest in him because of his exceptional talent when on a football field. Brown has been doing offseason workouts with Seahawks backup quarterback Geno Smith, so they are the team to watch here. Brown's cousin, Marquise Brown, plays for the Ravens. Both Baltimore and Seattle could use some wideout depth, but Brown likely wouldn't be an option for either team or for fantasy owners until later in the season.

8 days ago
Ravens Not Worried About Finding Work For J.K. Dobbins

Baltimore Ravens offensive coordinator Greg Roman recently stated that he is not worried about finding a way to keep all of the weapons in the team's backfield involved. The Ravens used a second-round pick to draft Ohio State running back J.K. Dobbins in the draft in April, adding him to a crowded RB room that includes Mark Ingram II, Justice Hill, and Gus Edwards. Roman stated, "I don't think you can have enough really good running backs, and we've certainly got a plethora of them." Dobbins is likely to open the season behind Ingram but could play his way into a meaningful role as the season goes on. A best-case scenario for fantasy gamers who draft Dobbins could be what happened for Miles Sanders in Philadelphia last year or Nick Chubb in Cleveland two years ago. As rookies, both of the aforementioned backs opened the season stuck behind a veteran starter before seizing the lead role about halfway through the year. Dobbins is best treated as an RB3 with upside for redraft leagues. Dobbins has multi-year RB1 potential in dynasty formats as Ingram is unlikely to be with the team beyond the 2020 season.

8 days ago