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Week 14 Outlook
The Ravens activated rookie TE Charlie Kolar from IR on Tuesday.
Kolar, a rookie from Iowa State, could make his debut in Week 11 following the Ravens' bye. The 23-year-old prospect was highly touted for his pass catching abilities out of college, and Baltimore selected him in the fourth round of the 2022 draft, 11 spots ahead of teammate Isaiah Likely. If Mark Andrews cannot return from injury against the Panthers, Kolar could be looking at his first NFL snaps.
Rookie TE Charlie Kolar will undergo surgery next week to address a sports hernia injury that dates back to college.
The Baltimore Ravens stacked up at TE in the offseason by drafting both Kolar and TE Isaiah Likely to back up All-Pro TE Mark Andrews. According to Shaffer, the sports hernia injury has lingered with Kolar since Iowa State, where he had 2,044 receiving yards and 20 touchdowns in his final three seasons. Kolar will try to fix the issue which will only help him in the long run.
The Baltimore Ravens have selected Charlie Kolar with the No. 128 overall pick in the 2022 NFL Draft.
With Mark Andrews locked in as the clear TE1, Kolar has limited fantasy value. If Andrews misses time with an injury, Kolar could turn into a potential streaming option.