Mark Ingram II
RB - BAL
This Week Outlook
ESPN's Adam Schefter reports Ravens RB Mark Ingram II will be a healthy scratch for Saturday's Divisional Round matchup against the Bills.
Ingram has only been active once since Week 14. Rookie J.K. Dobbins and Gus Edwards will split carries against Buffalo's vulnerable run defense.
Ravens RB Mark Ingram II is a healthy scratch for Sunday's Wild Card matchup against the Titans.
Ingram was active for the first time in three weeks in Week 17, but he didn't crack the active roster for today's playoff game. Rookie J.K. Dobbins and Gus Edwards will handle RB duties against Tennessee's vulnerable defense.
Baltimore Ravens running back Mark Ingram II carried the ball nine times for 39 yards in a 38-3 win over the Bengals in Week 17.
Ingram had been a healthy scratch the past few weeks. Getting the ball to the veteran is no longer a priority for Baltimore with rookie J.K. Dobbins playing so well. Ingram will take on the Titans next week in the Wild Card round.
Ravens RB Mark Ingram II (illness) is officially active and will play in Sunday's Week 17 contest against the Bengals.
Ingram is a surprise active for Week 17 as it was reported the veteran RB wasn't expected to play. He will be available for Sunday's game against the Bengals. The 31-year-old has been a healthy scratch the last two contests. He is currently third on the RB depth chart behind J.K. Dobbins and Gus Edwards. Ingram is a break glass in case of emergency option and currently 89th among all running backs in the latest expert consensus rankings for Week 17.
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport is reporting Ravens RB Mark Ingram (illness) is not expected to play in Week 17.
Ingram has not played in two games. In fact, the last time he drew an active designation, the veteran back failed to draw a single touch in Week 14. Despite an outstanding year-one with the Ravens last season, Ingram has fallen off the proverbial cliff in 2020. He hasn't looked very good while the offense is playing better without him, featuring the two-headed monster attack of J.K. Dobbins and Gus Edwards. With Edwards also on the injury report, Dobbins could see an extended workload in the season finale against the Bengals.