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Baltimore Ravens Depth Chart

AFC North
M&T Bank Stadium
Head Coach
John Harbaugh
Offensive Coordinator
Greg Roman
Defensive Coordinator
Don Martindale
Special Teams Coach
Jerry Rosburg
Defensive Scheme
Team News
Dez Bryant Back On Active Roster

Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Dez Bryant tweeted that he has signed to the team's 53-man active roster. Bryant reverted back to the team's practice squad after the Week 11 overtime loss to the Titans, but he's back on the roster again for the Week 12 contest against the undefeated Steelers that has been moved to Tuesday night. The veteran pass-catcher caught four of five targets for 28 yards in the loss to the Titans last week. Bryant has been active for two games in 2020, but last Sunday was the first time that he actually saw passes come his way. It's great to see the former Cowboy back on Baltimore's active roster, but he can be ignored in the majority of fantasy leagues this week, especially with quarterback Robert Griffin III taking over under center for Lamar Jackson, who tested positive for COVID-19.

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Ravens Defense Adds Pierre Desir

The Baltimore Ravens officially signed free-agent cornerback Pierre Desir on Saturday. Desir agreed to a one-year, $5.5 million deal with the Jets in the offseason but didn't make it through the season with them before being cut. The 30-year-old former fourth-round pick of the Browns in 2014 had a couple solid seasons with the Colts before signing with New York for the 2020 season. Before being cut by the Jets, Desir had 47 tackles (37 solo), a career-high three interceptions (one for a touchdown), eight passes defensed and one forced fumble, so he'll add some nice depth to an already strong Baltimore secondary as they battle through a COVID-19 outbreak in Week 12. It's unclear if Desir has cleared all of the league's COVID-19 protocols, which would allow him to be active against the Steelers on Tuesday night.

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Lamar Jackson Won't Play Tuesday

Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson's positive COVID-19 test came in on Thursday's round of testing, so he still won't be available to play against the Steelers in Week 12 with the game being moved back to Tuesday. However, based on the timeline, it's possible that he will be cleared in time to face the Cowboys on Dec. 7 on Monday night in Week 13. Jackson's disappointing 2020 season continues after he won the MVP in 2019. His absence this week will lead to Robert Griffin III making the start under center on Tuesday. RG3 could be a desperation option in superflex leagues as a low-end QB2, but he'll be facing a Steelers Defense that has allowed the third-fewest fantasy points to the position this year. Pittsburgh's defense is arguably the best in the NFL. Along with Jackson, Patrick Ricard, Justin Madubuike and Morgan Cox were put on the COVID-19 list on Thursday.

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Ravens-Steelers Tentatively Moved To Tuesday

The game between the Baltimore Ravens and Pittsburgh Steelers is tentatively being moved from this Sunday to Tuesday night amid COVID-19 concerns in the Ravens organization. The game was originally scheduled to be played on Thanksgiving on Thursday night, but it was moved to Sunday afternoon earlier this week after a handful of positive COVID-19 tests among Ravens players and staff members. Most notably, quarterback Lamar Jackson and running backs Mark Ingram II and J.K. Dobbins tested positive and won't play in Week 12. The Tuesday game (if played) will still count for Week 12 fantasy purposes and will give the teams extra time to prepare. Baltimore was scheduled to face the Cowboys on Thursday night in Week 13, though, so that contest will have to be moved back.

23 hours ago
Lamar Jackson Tests Positive For COVID-19

Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson has tested positive for COVID-19. The news comes after the Thanksgiving matchup against the Steelers was moved to Sunday due to J.K. Dobbins and Mark Ingram II (among others) also testing positive for the virus. With Jackson now out of the mix for the next few weeks, the team will likely roll with Robert Griffin III as the starting signal-caller. With Griffin not as mobile as he used to be, the door may be open for Marquise Brown, Mark Andrews, and Gus Edwards to become more involved.