RB - FA
Week 13 Outlook
The Cleveland Browns released RB Kenyan Drake from its practice squad.
Drake was replaced by John Kelly Jr. on the practice squad. This was a depth move for Cleveland.
The Browns have signed RB Kenyan Drake to their practice squad.
Drake was cut from the Ravens’ practice squad a few weeks ago. The 29-year-old veteran appeared in two games with the Ravens, tallying 31 total yards on three touches.
The Baltimore Ravens have released RB Kenyan Drake from their practice squad, setting him up to be a free agent.
Drake was called up for a pair of games with the Ravens, but with the return of rookie RB Keaton Mitchell, there wasn't much need for the 29-year-old RB who doesn't participate on special teams. Drake only saw three touches with the Ravens, playing on 9% of the team's offensive snaps, and he'll likely find a role with another team at some point this season.
Kenyan Drake has been elevated to Baltimore's active roster for Week 5.
The Ravens are pulling Drake up from the practice squad to play against the Steelers this week. He's been active for them before, but he only has one carry on the course of the year. He's only there to play a depth role and is likely an insurance policy for Justice Hill, who's questionable to play right now because of a couple of injuries that he's dealing with.
Kenyan Drake rushed for zero yards on one carry in Ravens’ 22-19 loss to the Colts. He also caught 2-of-3 targets for an additional 31 yards and zero touchdowns through the air.
Drake was elevated from the team’s practice squad and made an impact in the passing game when called upon. With RB Gus Edwards being evaluated for a concussion at the end of the game, Drake and fellow veteran Melvin Gordon could be in line for additional work in Week 4 against the Browns if Edwards is unable to suit up.