The Baltimore Ravens have agreed to terms on a contract with CB Kyle Fuller. (Source: Adam Schefter on Twitter)
Fantasy Impact: The 30-year-old corner had previously played with Chicago and Denver. In his seven-year career, Fuller has collected 19 interceptions, one forced fumble, and 441 tackles.
The Indianapolis Colts have signed RB Ty'Son Williams, who was tendered by the Baltimore Ravens earlier this spring. (Source: Ian Rapoport on Twitter)
Fantasy Impact: The 25-year-old appeared in 13 games in his rookie year, having started three of them while tallying 185 rushing yards with one touchdown. Williams will join a crowded Colts backfield with Nyheim Hines, Phillip Lindsay, and Deon Jackson competing to be Jonathan Taylor's backup. Fantasy managers should keep an eye on this group as Williams has talent to offer and could be a worthwhile handcuff in dynasty/deep leagues.
Mike Davis and the Baltimore Ravens have agreed to a deal for the 2022 season. (Source: Ari Meirov on Twitter)
Fantasy Impact: Davis's addition immediately triggers dynasty and best ball stakeholders for J.K. Dobbins and Gus Edwards. With both Dobbins and Edwards recovering from ACL tears, Davis will likely be utilized as an early season insurance option. Davis has experience and had 138 carries for 762 total yards from scrimmage, 44 receptions and four total touchdowns in 2021. Dobbins could see a target-or-two less per week but stay bullish on him. Expect the depth chart to flow as such: Dobbins, Edwards, Davis.
Sat, Apr 30th 1:49pm EDT
By Kelly Kirby
The Baltimore Ravens selected TE Isaiah Likely with the No. 139 overall pick in the 2022 NFL Draft.
Fantasy Impact: The 6-foot-4, 245-pound former WR from Coastal Carolina has a NextGen Stats score of 77 and led all FBS tight ends with 12 receiving touchdowns in 2021. Likely caught 59 receptions for 912 yards, and he profiles as an F tight end. He easily stretches the field in the passing game but needs improvement in his blocking technique. In light of the Ravens drafting Charlie Kolar just 11 picks ahead of Likely, fantasy managers may want to wait to see how the depth chart shakes out behind TE1 Mark Andrews.
The Ravens traded WR Marquise Brown and the No. 100 pick to the Cardinals for Arizona's No. 23 pick. (Source: Field Yates on Twitter)
Fantasy Impact: The 24-year-old WR is heading into his fourth NFL season and becomes another weapon for Kyler Murray in Arizona's high-powered offense, joining DeAndre Hopkins, A.J. Green, and Rondale Moore at the top of the WR depth chart. For his career, Brown has tallied 195 receptions for 2,361 yards and 21 touchdowns. Fantasy managers in dynasty leagues can move him up a couple of notches with the change of scenery and new QB.
Sammy Watkins will be in Green Bay for a visit with the Packers today, according to Mike Garafolo. (Source: Mike Garafolo of NFL Network on Twitter)
Fantasy Impact: The Packers are in desperate need of help at the wide receiver position, after losing both Davante Adams and Marquez Valdes-Scantling this offseason. While no deal is in place yet, Watkins would join Allen Lazard and Randall Cobb in the wide receiver room if he signs, and the team will likely draft one as well.
DeShon Elliot has signed a 1-year deal with the Lions, according to Ian Rapoport. (Source: Ian Rapoport of NFL Network on Twitter)
Fantasy Impact: The 24-year-old free safety spent his first three seasons in Baltimore and will look to add a boost to Dan Campbell's defense. More help could soon be on the way as well, as the team has heavily been linked to selecting an edge rusher with the second overall pick in the NFL Draft.
Calais Campbell is returning to the Baltimore Ravens on a two-year deal, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. (Source: Adam Schefter)
Fantasy Impact: Campbell has been selected to the Pro Bowl six times and is returning for his 15th season in the league. The veteran defensive end's impact is not only felt on the field but in the locker room as well.The 2019 Bart Starr Award winner returns to a defensive unit that also returns nose tackle Michael Pierce and added safety Marcus Williams.
Tue, Mar 29th 5:41pm EDT
By Ari Koslow
John Harbaugh and the Baltimore Ravens have agreed to a contract extension through the 2025 season. (Source: Ian Rapoport on Twitter)
Fantasy Impact: This has been expected for a while. Harbaugh will look to take Baltimore back to the playoffs this upcoming season after the Ravens just missed the postseason this past year. The division won't get any easier with the Bengals upgraded offensive line and Deshaun Watson coming to Cleveland, but Baltimore has been a consistent playoff contender in recent years under Harbaugh.
Mon, Mar 21st 10:40am EDT
By Nate Lowenthal
Patrick Ricard and the Ravens have reached an agreement to return to the team on a three-year deal. (Source: Aaron Wilson on Twitter)
Fantasy Impact: Ricard has been one of the best fullbacks in the league since he entered the league back in 2017. Although Ricard's impact will not be seen in his own fantasy value, his impact will definitely be felt by the rest of the Ravens' skill position players.
Ian Rapoport is reporting that linebacker Za'Darius Smith is not going to sign with Baltimore. (Source: Ian Rapoport)
Fantasy Impact: It was reported that he and the Ravens were in agreement on a five-year deal, but apparently, that is not happening. Therefore, he remains a free agent and, presumably, his market should be quite active.
The Raiders have agreed to terms with Anthony Averett on a one-year, $4.5 million deal. (Source: Jeff Howe on Twitter)
Fantasy Impact: The 27-year-old cornerback started 14 games for the Ravens last season. He tallied three interceptions and 54 sacks on the year and held opposing quarterbacks to a 77.5 QBR when targeted. He joins a Las Vegas secondary that finished 10th in the league in fewest yards allowed.
Mon, Mar 14th 1:21pm EDT
By Benjamin Leier
Bradley Bozeman is reportedly drawing interest from Panthers, Giants, Jets and Bengals in free agency. (Source: Aaron Wilson on Twitter)
Fantasy Impact: The former Ravens center is a very versatile interior option, so it makes sense that the listed teams are pursuing Bozeman to shore up their poor offensive lines. Bozeman has played all three interior-line positions, but has had his most success playing center. Last year, the veteran posted his highest PFF grade of his career, and should benefit any unit he joins.
Multiple teams are saying the Ravens are actively shopping Miles Boykin, according to Jason La Canfora of CBS. (Source: Jason La Canfora on Twitter)
Fantasy Impact: Boykin is owed $2.5 million this season and caught only one pass in 2021 while spending most of his time on special teams. Baltimore seems satisfied with their receiving corps and perhaps are looking to move him in anticipation of him not breaking camp with the team.
Ravens OT Alejandro Villanueva has announced that he is retiring from the NFL. (Source: Adam Schefter on Twitter)
Fantasy Impact: Villanueva, a two-time Pro-Bowler, has decided to call it a career after he spent seven seasons in the NFL. The 33-year old has had a very good career both on and off the field, and he decided it is time to be done. This hurts for the Ravens, who find themselves with another position of need ahead of free agency and the NFL draft.
According to Ian Rapoport, Tyler Huntley has been tendered by the Ravens. (Source: Ian Rapoport)
Fantasy Impact: With hopes of heading to free agency this offseason, the 2021 standout QB will now have to wait after getting tendered by the team. During his 2021 campaign, Huntley had a passer rating of 76.6 with 1,081 yards, 3 touchdowns, and 4 interceptions in 7 games.
Wed, Mar 9th 3:32pm EST
By Kyle Williams
According to Ian Rapoport, the Ravens told RFA CB Chris Westry that he will not be tendered. He will head to free agency this offseason. (Source: Ian Rapoport)
Fantasy Impact: After being thrust into the mix with injuries to several prominent members of the secondary in 2021, Westry posted a decent season but the team was not willing to meet his RFA number leading to him heading into free agency. Rapoport said the team is working diligently to bring the veteran back at a lower number.
Wed, Mar 2nd 1:34pm EST
By Kyle Williams
According to NFL reporter Jeff Howe, Lamar Jackson and Ravens have had a "recent" dialogue on a new contract according to Ravens GM Eric DeCosta. (Source: Jeff Howe)
Fantasy Impact: Rumors have continued to come out of Ravens' side that the team and their star QB have had a dialogue about a new contract but have yet to come to terms despite reports being dated back to the beginning of the playoffs. Jackson is in the last year of his contract that will cost the team $23,016,000 against the cap.
Wed, Mar 2nd 1:26pm EST
By Kyle Williams
Per PFN 365 reporter Aaron WIlson, Ravens GM Eric DeCosta said that J.K. Dobbins' injury rehab is going well, he said that they're neighbors and Dobbins spent a lot of time with his family at his home during his convalescence. (Source: Aaron WIlson)
Fantasy Impact: After undergoing ACL surgery on 9/9, general manager Eric DeCosta said the rehab of star running back J.K. Dobbins is "going well." With the Ravens having their top-two rusher from 2021-2022 heading to free agency, the return of Dobbins should play a significant factor for their 2022 team. The 23-year-old comes in at 15th during the latest expert dynasty consensus rankings on FantasyPros.
Category: Injury Updates
According to the Ravens' official Twitter account, Tony Jefferson II has re-signed with the Ravens. (Source: Ravens official Twitter account)
Fantasy Impact: On Thursday, news dropped that the Ravens agreed to terms with their veteran safety Tony Jefferson. Jefferson was signed to Baltimore's practice squad on Dec. 13 and was quickly elevated to the 53-man roster with the Ravens' secondary decimated by injuries early this season. He performed admirably in his four games for the team logging 18 total tackles.