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  • Mark Ingram Clears Waivers

    Jan 21 · Pro Football Rumors Ravens Mark Ingram
  • Ravens To Release Mark Ingram II

    The Baltimore Ravens will release veteran running back Mark Ingram II on Tuesday, according to league sources. The move will save the Ravens $5 million against the 2021 salary cap and will allow Ingram to get an early jump on free agency. Ingram was a healthy scratch in five of the team's final six games to close out the season, but he insists that he's healthy and has plenty to offer a team in 2021. The 31-year-old was a first-round pick out of Alabama back in 2011, but he's unlikely to be anything more than a backup if he lands with another team on the open market this offseason. J.K. Dobbins took over as Baltimore's lead back in the second half of the 2020 season, and Gus Edwards should continue spelling him next season. Ingram, a three-time Pro Bowler, had 72 carries for 299 yards (4.2 yards per attempt) and two touchdowns in 11 games (nine starts) in his second year in Baltimore.

    Jan 18 · Source via Ravens Mark Ingram
  • Mark Ingram II Won't Play In Divisional Round

    Baltimore Ravens running back Mark Ingram II will be a healthy scratch once again on Saturday when the Ravens face the Bills. No surprise here, as the Ravens seem intent on moving on from Ingram when the season ends and don't want a potential injury to complicate that. Barring a J.K. Dobbins injury, we won't see Ingram in a Ravens uniform again.

    Jan 16 · Source via Ravens Mark Ingram
  • Mark Ingram II A Healthy Scratch Again

    Baltimore Ravens running back Mark Ingram II is a healthy inactive yet again for the wild-card playoff game against the Titans on Sunday. Joining him on the inactive list are punter Johnny Townsend, wide receivers Chris Moore and James Proche II, outside linebacker Jaylon Ferguson, offensive lineman R.J. Prince and defensive tackle Broderick Washington. Ingram saw some action in the Week 17 regular season finale against the Bengals -- nine carries for 39 yards -- but he hadn't played prior to that all the way back in Week 14 against the Browns. Rookie J.K. Dobbins and Gus Edwards have leapfrogged the veteran back on the depth chart, and Justice Hill is now serving as the No. 3 ahead of Ingram. Dobbins is the back you want to roster on Sunday in the wild-card matchup against Tennessee.

    Jan 10 · Source via Ravens Mark Ingram