Baltimore Ravens | Mark Ingram

The Baltimore Ravens have one of the deepest running back groups in all of the NFL with Mark Ingram, Gus Edwards and rookie J.K. Dobbins in the fold. How the running backs are used remains to be seen and

“(We’ll) find ways to make it work, for sure. To have that kind of backfield is a blessing. We definitely want to get into training camp and work through it and kind of evolve as we go,” offensive coordinator Greg Roman said (via The Athletic).

All offseason, Baltimore has talked up Dobbins, who was selected with the No. 55 overall pick in the 2020 draft. The former Buckeye has the tools to take over the lead role in this powerful Ravens offense.


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More Notes From The AFC

  • Second-round pick Jonathan Taylor is expected to split carries with Marlon Mack in the Indianapolis backfield, Zak Keefer of The Athletic writes. Mack will begin the season as the Colts’ starter but don’t be surprised if Taylor eventually takes the larger share of the workload.
  • T.Y. Hilton, who is in the final year of his contract, says he’s a few days away from suiting up at Colts’ camp (via The Athletic’s Steven Holder). Hilton has been dealing with a hamstring injury dating back to last season. He’s going in the top-25 among wide receivers in early fantasy drafts.
  • Julian Edelman will not have Tom Brady throwing him the ball this year for the first time in his career and Cody Parker of numberFire believes you should let someone else in your league deal with the potential issues of that. Edelman has never exceeded 7.9 yards per target over a full season. It took Edelman 153 targets to reach his 1,117 yards last year and numberFire expects the Patriots’ passing attempts to drop from 620 last year to 545 this season, which will reduce Edelman’s opportunity.

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