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Ravens Top Fantasy Players

These are the top fantasy football players of the Baltimore Ravens as ranked by Average Draft Position (ADP) in PPR-format mock drafts.

Data as of July 16, 2024.

# Name Pos Team ADP Bye
1 Derrick Henry RB BAL 2.12 14

Derrick Henry

Derrick Henry's current ADP is 2.12, which is the 12th pick of the 2nd round, and 24th selection overall.

Derrick Henry Average Draft Position PPR

Baltimore Ravens 2020 Schedule

Week Home/Away Opponent
1 Home Cleveland Browns
2 Away Houston Texans
3 Home Kansas City Chiefs
4 Away Washington Redskins
5 Home Cincinnati Bengals
6 Away Philadelphia Eagles
7 Home Pittsburgh Steelers
9 Away Indianapolis Colts
10 Away New England Patriots
11 Home Tennessee Titans
12 Away Pittsburgh Steelers
13 Home Dallas Cowboys
14 Away Cleveland Browns
15 Home Jacksonville Jaguars
16 Home New York Giants
17 Away Cincinnati Bengals
8 Home Pittsburgh Steelers

Baltimore Ravens News

Keaton Mitchell, Keaton Mitchell Placed On PUP List

Baltimore Ravens running back Keaton Mitchell (knee), whose rookie season ended in 2023 due to an ACL tear in his left knee in December, was placed on the Physically Unable to Perform list on Monday to start training camp. This shouldn't come as much of a surprise after the 22-year-old suffered the season-ending injury late last year. The bigger question will be whether Mitchell can make enough progress this summer to avoid staying on the PUP list for the start of the regular season, which would mean he'd have to miss at least the first four games of 2024. When healthy, he'll be a speedy complement to new RB Derrick Henry in Baltimore. Mitchell still has plenty of intrigue in dynasty/keeper leagues, but he'll most likely be left to the waiver wire in 12-team leagues this fall, especially if he stays on the PUP list to begin the regular season.

Keaton Mitchell player page.

July 15, 2024 5:39 PM EST


Gus Edwards, Gus Edwards Viewed As Lead Back

The Athletic's Daniel Popper sees running back Gus Edwards as the Los Angeles Chargers' clear lead back heading into training camp. The secondary touches behind Edwards are open for competition, but Popper thinks J.K. Dobbins wins that battle if he's healthy over Kimani Vidal and Isaiah Spiller. Edwards was nursing an undisclosed injury during spring workouts, but head coach Jim Harbaugh said he should be ready for camp. Edwards, 29, had a career year in 2023 in his final season with the Baltimore Ravens, rushing for 810 yards and 13 touchdowns on 198 carries over 17 regular-season games (nine starts). While he should see plenty of touches in LA's new run-first offense, Edwards showed signs of decline last year and will face plenty of TD regression. He could also lose valuable touches to Dobbins (if healthy) and Vidal, so fantasy managers shouldn't reach for Edwards just based off his touchdown production last year.

Gus Edwards player page.

July 10, 2024 1:14 PM EST


Rasheen Ali, Rasheen Ali Likely Has To Earn Role On Special Teams

Baltimore Ravens running back Rasheen Ali was selected in the fifth round of the 2024 NFL Draft, meaning he's not guaranteed a Week 1 roster spot. The Ravens have Derrick Henry, Justice Hill, and Keaton Mitchell (knee) on the roster, so he's likely to need to carve out a special teams role. "Ali faces a battle to find a role as a rookie," Clifton Brown of BaltimoreRavens.com wrote. "Special teams may represent Ali's best opportunity. He suffered a biceps injury at the Senior Bowl that sidelined him during rookie minicamp, but Ali was on the field for mandatory minicamp and figures to see plenty of preseason action. With Mitchell not scheduled to return until sometime during the preseason, Ali has an opportunity to provide added depth to the running back room." Ali rushed 212 times for 1,135 yards and 15 touchdowns in his final season at Marshall, and his 28 receptions for 213 yards prove he has at least some pass-catching chops, too. Ali should be on the fantasy radar in deep dynasty leagues, but it would be a surprise if he's fantasy-friendly in 2024 redraft setups.

Rasheen Ali player page.

July 5, 2024 4:32 PM EST


Marquise Brown, Xavier Worthy, Marquise Brown Expected To Bring Big Plays To Kansas City Offense

Kansas City Chiefs wide receivers Xavier Worthy and Marquise Brown are expected to bring big plays back to the Kansas City offense this season, according to Adam Teicher of ESPN. While the Chiefs finished the season with the seventh-most total passing yards last season, they were near the bottom with just eight plays of 40 yards or more. This is a significant reason why the Chiefs brought in veteran Marquise Brown, who finished near the top of all receivers last season with 84.6 air yards per game last season. In addition, with the 28th overall selection of this year's NFL Draft, the Chiefs selected Xavier Worthy from Texas, who set a new record in the 40-yard dash at the combine. Quarterback Patrick Mahomes expressed, "I think we've done a great job of mastering the intermediate and short stuff, but we want to get back to having that part of the offense as well." While it is currently unknown who will emerge as alpha in this wide receiver room amid a potential multi-game suspension for Rashee Rice, both of these wideouts will raise Mahomes' weekly ceiling due to their game-changing speed.

Marquise Brown player page.

July 3, 2024 7:20 PM EST


Isaiah Likely, Isaiah Likely Working To Become "Chess Piece" On Offense

Baltimore Ravens tight end Isaiah Likely said he's focused on learning all of the receiving positions in Year 2 of offensive coordinator Todd Monken's scheme. "It's being a chess piece, being anywhere 'Monk' needs me to be in this offense -; whether it's in the slot, in-line, in the backfield, split out wide by myself," Likely said. "The more you know, the more you can stay on the field." The Ravens already have All-Pro tight end Mark Andrews, but the team wants to get both Andrews and Likely on the field more at the same time in 2024. In eight games after Likely stepped in for the injured Andrews last year, he caught 25 passes for 372 yards and six touchdowns. With an expanded role in 2024, Likely could be a TE2 in fantasy, but his ceiling will remain limited as long as Andrews stays healthy.

Isaiah Likely player page.

June 24, 2024 2:53 PM EST