Gus Edwards

Gus Edwards Fantasy

Healthy
2 41st
2019
711 27th
2019
29.3 9th
2019
0.0 1st
2019
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Height / Weight
6'1" / 238 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
April 13, 1995 (25)
Experience
3rd Season
Drafted
2018 / Rd. / Pk. (BAL)
College
Rutgers

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Gus Edwards News

Ravens Tender Gus Edwards

The Baltimore Ravens tendered exclusive-rights free-agent running back Gus Edwards on Monday. Edwards will make $660,000 in 2020 under the tender. The 24-year-old (25 next month) carried the ball 133 times for 711 yards (5.3 yards per carry) and two touchdowns in his second year in the league in 2019, but he has only nine receptions for 65 yards in two seasons. He'll continue to split the change-of-pace duties with Justice Hill behind veteran Mark Ingram in 2020. Given Ingram's injury woes to end the 2019 season, Edwards will be a valuable handcuff in deeper fantasy leagues.

Mar. 16th • 5:26 PM
Gus Edwards Playable If Mark Ingram Sits

Baltimore Ravens running back Gus Edwards rushed for 130 yards on 21 carries in Mark Ingram's stead against the Pittsburgh Steelers in Week 17. Edwards will likely resume his responsibilities as Ingram's backup going into this weekend's divisional-round matchup against the Tennessee Titans. Ingram is still dealing with the calf injury that sidelined him in Week 16, but Adam Schefter reports he is still "expected to play". If Ingram is unable to go or is limited this weekend, expect Edwards to assume the No. 1 role as he's proven his ability to get the ball moving down the field when given the touches. It's best to wait and see if Ingram's injury will affect the time he sees on the field before rolling Edwards into your lineups this weekend.

Jan. 9th • 8:28 PM
Gus Edwards Takes Advantage Of Extra Reps

Baltimore Ravens running back Gus Edwards rushed for 130 yards on 21 attempts in Week 17's win over the Pittsburgh Steelers. With Mark Ingram held out this week nursing a calf injury, Edwards capitalized on his extra touches as the leader in the backfield. Edwards split touches with Justice Hill, but led all rushers in the game and showed his ability to be an asset as Ingram's handcuff. If Ingram misses any more time, Edwards could prove to be a solid DFS choice in an offense that operates primarily through its rush attack.

Dec. 29th • 8:57 PM

Depth Chart

  • Offense
  • Defense
QB Lamar Jackson
Robert Griffin III
RB Mark Ingram II
J.K. Dobbins
LWR Marquise Brown
Devin Duvernay
RWR Miles Boykin
Chris Moore
SWR Willie Snead IV
James Proche
TE Mark Andrews
Nick Boyle
LT Ronnie Stanley
Will Holden
LG Bradley Bozeman
Tyre Phillips
C Matt Skura
Patrick Mekari
RG Ben Powers
Ben Bredeson
RT Orlando Brown Jr.
Andre Smith
DT Derek Wolfe
Justin Madubuike
NT Brandon Williams
Daylon Mack
DE Calais Campbell
RUSH Pernell McPhee
Jaylon Ferguson
MLB Patrick Queen
Chris Board
WLB Malik Harrison
L.J. Fort
SLB Matthew Judon
Tyus Bowser
LCB Marlon Humphrey
Anthony Averett
SS Chuck Clark
Jordan Richards
FS Earl Thomas III
DeShon Elliott
RCB Marcus Peters
Jimmy Smith
NB Tavon Young
Khalil Dorsey
K Justin Tucker