RB - BAL
Week 7 Outlook
The Ravens promoted RB Le'Veon Bell to the 53-man active roster.
Bell was out of practice squad call-ups, so this move is notable. Latavius Murray suffered an ankle injury in Week 6, which could give Bell an increased role in Week 7 against the Bengals.
Baltimore Ravens running back Le'Veon Bell carried the ball eight times for 18 yards and a touchdown in a 34-6 win over the Chargers in Week 6.
Bell saw some extra work with Latavius Murray departing late in the third quarter with an ankle injury. He scored his first touchdown as a member of the Ravens on a two-yard rush in the second quarter. Bell and Devonta Freeman would be on the flex radar in Week 7 against the Bengals if Murray isn't able to play.
Baltimore Ravens running back Le’Veon Bell has not been promoted for Monday Night Football against the Indianapolis Colts.
Bell made his Ravens debut in Week 4 but will be left on the practice squad for Week 5 with Baltimore choosing to dress Ty’Son Williams. Bell saw just four carries in Week 4 and will need to impress in practice or see more ineffective play, an injury, or a trade from Williams, Devonta Freeman, or Latavius Murray to be elevated for Week 6.
Baltimore Ravens running back Le'Veon Bell carried the ball four times for 11 yards in a 23-7 win over the Broncos in Week 4.
Bell was active for the first time all season but he finished a distant second in touches behind Latavius Murray, who saw 18 carries. Bell will not be a recommended fantasy option in Week 5 against the Colts.
Ravens RB Le’Veon Bell could be set for his debut tomorrow vs. the Broncos, per Mike Garafolo of NFL Network.
Bell could carve out a solid role for the Ravens once promoted to the active roster. However, unlike Latavius Murray and Devonta Freeman, who spent time with the Saints during training camp and have now played in live action this season, Bell remained a free agent all summer. So there’s a chance he may have to wait for a larger role for when he’s in full football shape. He’s by far more talented than the other three running backs competing for touches, but it’s to be seen on how much he still has left in the tank. For now, he’s worthy of a stash, but fantasy managers may need to act fast as league mates will surely be adding him based on name and possible debut Sunday.
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