RB - FA
Week 3 Outlook
The New York Jets have signed free agent running back Kenneth Dixon.
It is actually a surprise that Dixon, a talented, but often injured running back did not receive more attention after returning to health. The Jets are likely looking to evaluate what Dixon has left in the tank as they head to the offseason. The Jets will likely try to dump Le'Veon Bell's contract this offseason, and Dixon, if back to form, will give them a veteran stopgap as they transition to an Adam Gase approved rookie runner. This addition is a sign that Bilal Powell's status for the rest of the season may be in doubt.
The Baltimore Ravens released running back Kenneth Dixon on Monday. Dixon was originally placed on injured reserve by the team at roster cutdowns.
Unknown on Saturday when he landed on I.R., Dixon suffered a fractured knee and will be released with an injury settlement. The talented running back has potential but injuries have dogged him since he entered the league. He will have a hard time finding a team to take a chance on him until he's fully rehabbed.
The Baltimore Ravens placed running back Kenneth Dixon on season-ending injured reserve on Saturday.
The Ravens were hoping to trade Dixon but had no takers. He has dealt with injuries over the years and will not be able to play in 2019.
Baltimore Ravens running back Kenneth Dixon carried the ball 13 times for 66 yards in a 20-7 preseason win over Washington on Thursday.
Dixon is fighting for a roster spot and showed well in the preseason finale. That being said, he isn't going to leap over Mark Ingram or Justice Hill so he might find himself let go on Saturday, unless the team goes with him over Gus Edwards.
Baltimore Ravens running back Kenneth Dixon carried the ball six times for 14 yards and added a nine-yard catch in his team's 26-13 preseason win over the Packers on Thursday.
Dixon is fighting for a roster spot after the Ravens added Mark Ingram and Justice Hill in the offseason. Dixon has gained 35 yards on 10 carries this preseason.