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Baltimore Ravens running back Latavius Murray (ankle) played for the first time since Week 6. However, he couldn't get anything going, as the veteran had just 32 yards off 10 carries. He took a backseat to Devonta Freeman, who had 16 touches for 49 yards along with a late fourth-quarter touchdown to seal the win for his team. Nonetheless, Murray should have some more effective fantasy performances. However, he will remain a risky option moving forward, mainly since he likely will be routinely relegated to a lesser role behind Freeman and Lamar Jackson.
Baltimore Ravens running back Latavius Murray (ankle) and wide receiver Devin Duvernay (knee) are both active in Week 11 against the Chicago Bears after getting questionable tags on the final injury report. Murray will be returning after a three-game absence and will likely return to a committee approach in the backfield that also includes Devonta Freeman and Ty'Son Williams. But after coming back from a long layoff and with quarterback Tyler Huntley starting over an ill Lamar Jackson, fantasy managers would be wise to avoid Baltimore's RB situation this weekend. Duvernay should be the team's No. 3 receiver with Marquise Brown (thigh) out, but again, trusting anyone in Baltimore offense with Huntley running the show on Sunday may not be the smartest plan.
Baltimore Ravens running back Latavius Murray (ankle), who hasn't played since Week 6, will return to action against the Bears on Sunday, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network. Over the course of six games since signing with the Ravens, Murray has posted 212 rushing yards and four touchdowns. He should garner respectable usage in his first game back, but it's possible that he falls into a secondary role behind Devonta Freeman, who has totaled 233 scrimmage yards and three touchdowns over his last four contests. As such, fantasy managers should treat Murray as a low-end RB3 for the time being.
Baltimore Ravens running back Latavius Murray (ankle) was limited in practice all week and is questionable to play in Week 11 against the Chicago Bears. Murray has missed the last three games, but he's on the right track to return to a committee backfield that will also include Devonta Freeman and Ty'Son Williams. The Ravens released Le'Veon Bell earlier this week with Murray approaching his return. Murray might be worth a pickup for fantasy managers that are hurting at the position, but he shouldn't be considered anything more than a shaky touchdown-dependent RB3/flex that could be facing a snap count after a long layoff. Freeman is still the best flex bet in deeper leagues, but this backfield has been frustrating all year.
Baltimore Ravens running back Latavius Murray (ankle) put in his second limited practice session of the week on Thursday. If he can avoid a setback, Murray is on track to return for the first time since Week 6 when the Ravens play the Chicago Bears in Week 11. The Ravens appeared to be planning for this when they cut veteran Le'Veon Bell on Tuesday. If Murray returns, however, he could be on a snap count because of his long layoff, ceding backfield touches to both Devonta Freeman and Ty'Son Williams. The committee nature of the Ravens backfield to begin with hasn't made any one option more than a touchdown-dependent RB3/flex asset for fantasy managers in 2021.
Baltimore Ravens running back Latavius Murray (ankle), who has missed the last three games with a sprained ankle, will return to practice on Wednesday. The writing was on the wall for Murray to be on track to make a return in Week 11 against the Chicago Bears when the Ravens released Le'Veon Bell on Tuesday. In six games played (three starts) for Baltimore this year, the veteran back has 59 carries for 212 yards (3.6 yards per carry) and four touchdowns while adding four catches for 25 yards on five targets. Murray hasn't been all that effective on the ground and will return to share backfield touches with Devonta Freeman and Ty'Son Williams, so he shouldn't be considered much more than a touchdown-dependent RB3/flex at risk of being eased back in on Sunday if he plays against Chicago.
Baltimore Ravens running back Latavius Murray (ankle), who was doubtful coming into the Thursday night matchup against the Miami Dolphins, is officially inactive to kick off Week 10. Tight end Nick Boyle (knee) is also out, while wide receiver James Proche is a healthy scratch with Sammy Watkins (hamstring) returning for the first time in three games. Murray will miss his third straight game. Devonta Freeman should continue to lead this running back by committee approach that also includes veteran Le'Veon Bell and Ty'Son Williams, although Williams didn't play a single snap on offense in Week 9's overtime win over the Minnesota Vikings. This Ravens backfield doesn't have a ton of fantasy upside with quarterback Lamar Jackson being the best pure rushing threat, but Freeman will be your best RB bet for Baltimore as a touchdown-dependent RB3/flex against Miami.
Baltimore Ravens running back Latavius Murray (ankle) is being listed as doubtful to play on Thursday night against the Miami Dolphins. Murray missed practice all week and is set to miss his third straight game. Devonta Freeman continues to see most of the backfield work in his absence, with Le'Veon Bell also mixing in. Ty'Son Williams is third on the RB depth chart with Murray sidelined, but he didn't play a single offensive snap in the Week 9 overtime win against the Minnesota Vikings. Freeman has 17 carries for 93 yards and one touchdown and has added five receptions on six targets for 29 yards and another score in his two starts with Murray out. He's on the RB2/3 borderline against a Dolphins defense that has allowed the fewest fantasy points per game to RBs in the last three weeks.
Baltimore Ravens running back Latavius Murray (ankle) missed another practice on Tuesday. He was listed a non-participant on Monday's estimated practice report, so it seems like Murray is trending toward being inactive yet again on Thursday night against the Miami Dolphins. The 31-year-old hasn't played since Week 6. Devonta Freeman and Le'Veon Bell should continue to split the backfield touches if Murray misses another game. They were both able to find the end zone in the Week 9 overtime win over the Minnesota Vikings, while Ty'Son Williams didn't play a single snap on offense. They could both make some noise against Miami this week if Murray is out again, but fantasy managers should consider them as more of touchdown-dependent RB3/flex choices in deeper leagues.
Baltimore Ravens running back Latavius Murray (ankle) was listed as a non-practice participant on Monday's estimated practice report. Murray hasn't played since Week 6 and doesn't appear likely to make it back on a short week this Thursday against the Miami Dolphins. Devonta Freeman (58.2% of the offensive snaps) and Le'Veon Bell (23.5%) shared Baltimore's backfield in the overtime win over the Minnesota Vikings in Week 9, with Freeman out-touching Bell 15-11 and out-gaining him 83-48. Both RBs managed to find the end zone against Minnesota. Freeman is the slightly more attractive fantasy asset if Murray misses another game, but he'll be a touchdown-dependent RB3/flex in deeper leagues on Thursday against Miami.
Baltimore Ravens running back Latavius Murray (ankle) hasn't been on the field since Oct. 17 and will be ruled out for Week 9 against the Minnesota Vikings. The 31-year-old hasn't played since Week 6 and wasn't able to improve during the team's bye last week. If you have other needs in 10- or 12-team leagues, Murray can probably be dropped at this time. The Ravens are expected to continue with their committee approach in the backfield with Murray remaining sidelined. That means Devonta Freeman, Le'Veon Bell and Ty'Son Williams will split the touches in this low-upside backfield. Freeman is probably your best bet, but he's more of an RB4/flex in much deeper leagues.
Baltimore Ravens running back Latavius Murray (ankle) is missing his second straight day of practice this week on Thursday. Murray missed the team's Week 7 game and then had last week's bye to rest up, but apparently he's still not ready. If he were to miss his second straight game this weekend against the Minnesota Vikings, the Ravens would likely go with a committee approach between Devonta Freeman, Le'Veon Bell and Ty'Son Williams in what has become one of the most unattractive backfields in the league from a fantasy perspective. Freeman would probably be your best bet if you're desperate, but there is just so little fantasy upside here.
Baltimore Ravens running back Latavius Murray (ankle) and wide receiver Sammy Watkins (thigh) were not at practice on Wednesday. It's a bad sign coming off their bye week. Murray hasn't seen the field since getting injured in Week 6, while Watkins has been out since Week 5. They'll both need to get in some practice work by Friday to have a shot at returning this Sunday against the Minnesota Vikings. If Murray remains out, Devonta Freeman, Le'Veon Bell and Ty'Son Williams will continue in a committee backfield approach. Even if Watkins is able to return this weekend, he'll be hard to trust as a WR4/flex in deeper leagues. Rookie Rashad Bateman should continue to see his role increase next to top wideout Marquise Brown.
Baltimore Ravens running back Latavius Murray (ankle) and wide receiver Sammy Watkins (thigh) have been ruled out in Week 7. With Murray inactive, the Ravens will likely turn to another three-man committee approach, which will include Devonta Freeman, Le'Veon Bell, and Ty'Son Williams. With Lamar Jackson always having the possibility to lead the team in carries, no option in the Baltimore backfield has any sort of high ceiling in this game. Freeman and Bell at best offer RB3/FLEX appeal, but will likely need to score a touchdown to have a solid game of fantasy production. With Watkins out, Rashod Bateman should once again see a prominent role in the offense serving as the No. 2 wide receiver behind Marquise Brown. Still, he will likely be third in line for targets as Mark Andrews figures to command a significant target share.
Baltimore Ravens running back Latavius Murray (ankle) and wide receiver Sammy Watkins (thigh) didn't practice again on Friday and are unlikely to be available in Week 7 against the Cincinnati Bengals. Watkins is set to miss his second straight game. With Murray likely sidelined, the Ravens will likely split the running back touches between veterans Devonta Freeman and Le'Veon Bell, with Ty'Son Williams serving as the No. 3. Freeman and Bell both found the end zone last week, but they will be low-ceiling RB3/flex options in deeper leagues against Cincy. First-round rookie receiver Rashod Bateman caught four of six targets for 29 yards in his season debut in Week 6 and should slowly see his role increase behind Marquise Brown, especially now that Watkins is injured.
Baltimore Ravens running back Latavius Murray (ankle) and wide receiver Sammy Watkins (hamstring) both missed practice for a second straight day on Thursday. Both Murray and Watkins are highly questionable to suit up in Week 7 against the Cincinnati Bengals. Watkins also missed the Week 6 blowout win over the Los Angeles Chargers, so he's probably more in danger of missing another game. Murray and Devonta Freeman both saw nine carries last weekend, with Le'Veon Bell seeing eight carries. All three backs found the end zone on the ground, which is obviously something that won't happen every week. If Murray were to miss the game against the Bengals, Freeman and Bell figure to split the backfield touches, with Ty'Son Williams being active as the third back. Rookie receiver Rashod Bateman made his season debut last week and could see a bigger role behind Marquise Brown if Watkins misses a second straight game.
Baltimore Ravens running back Latavius Murray (ankle) and wide receiver Sammy Watkins (thigh) were both absent from practice on Wednesday. Murray picked up the injury in the Week 6 win over the Los Angeles Chargers. Both Devonta Freeman and Le'Veon Bell would have bigger roles in the backfield if Murray can't play in Week 7 against the Cincinnati Bengals, and Ty'Son Williams would likely be active after being a healthy scratch the last two weeks. Watkins missed Sunday's game and could be in line to miss another game this weekend. The 28-year-old receiver is less attractive to fantasy managers, even when healthy, now that rookie first-rounder Rashod Bateman is in the mix at the position.
Baltimore Ravens running back Latavius Murray (ankle) is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the Los Angeles Chargers. He had nine carries for 44 yards and a touchdown on a day where Ravens running backs Devonta Freeman and Le'Veon Bell also have rushing scores. With a big lead, don't be surprised to not see Murray again, even if the injury turns out to be minor. This is one of the NFL's oddest backfields, so we'll want an update on Murray before recommending any waiver action with Freeman or Bell.
Baltimore Ravens running back Latavius Murray rushed for 17 yards on six attempts while catching 2-of-3 targets for 13 yards in Monday's 31-25 overtime win over the Indianapolis Colts. He led all the Ravens running backs with six carries. Baltimore trailed 19 points at one point in the game and abandoned the run in the second half. The Ravens backfield is muddled, and it's hard for fantasy managers to trust any of them in any given week. Murray has rushed for 168 yards on 50 attempts and three touchdowns while catching 2-of-3 for targets for 13 yards over five games in 2021. The 31-year-old is on top of the Ravens RB depth chart but is borderline flex play in Week 6 against the Los Angeles Chargers.
Baltimore Ravens running back Latavius Murray confirmed Saturday what many who have spent time trying to decode the team's backfield already knew -- carries for running backs are "up in the air." After losing both J.K. Dobbins and Gus Edwards to torn ACL's before the season even began, Baltimore has put together an impressive cast of backs, albeit ones with sizable mileage on their legs. Murray is the current cream of the crop, having logged 18 carries for 59 yards and a score last Sunday, but Devonta Freeman is in the mix, alongside another former Pro Bowler in Le'Veon Bell, who could soon crack the rotation with greater frequency. There's also rookie Ty'Son Williams, who combined for 27 carries in the team's first three games. Any of Baltimore's backs are difficult to trust at this point in the season, especially as all get acclimated to the offense.
Baltimore Ravens running back Le'Veon Bell will make his 2021 season debut in Week 4 against the Denver Broncos, but Latavius Murray is expected to be the team's lead back on Sunday. Ty'Son Williams has basically been the team's lead back through the first three games, but he's barely played over half the offensive snaps with veterans Murray and Devonta Freeman also being mixed into this committee approach. Murray has had 8.6 touches per game with Baltimore, and just because he's expected to be the lead back against Denver, it doesn't mean that he'll suddenly have a much higher fantasy ceiling against a strong defense on the road. The Ravens could opt to go with a hot-hand approach, too, which makes this a very tricky backfield to navigate in fantasy.
Baltimore Ravens running back Latavius Murray cooled off in Week 3, finishing with only 28 yards on seven touches during the win over the Lions. The 31-year-old veteran scored a touchdown in each of his two appearances this season before this one, so although this performance was disappointing, he has a good chance to remain involved moving ahead, especially with the Ravens utilizing so many options out of the backfield. Lamar Jackson is the unofficial lead back, and Ty'Son Williams will stay involved. Still, Murray could do enough to remain classified as a viable flex option in deeper formats moving forward. Keep him on the radar leading into the showdown against the Broncos next Sunday.
Baltimore Ravens running back Latavius Murray rushed for 36 yards and a touchdown during Sunday's 36-35 win over the Kansas City Chiefs. He was second in rushing attempts behind Ty'Son Williams but did punch it in from the five-yard line for his second touchdown of the season. The 31-year-old is second on the Ravens depth chart behind Williams and continues to see 9-to-10 touches a game. Murray hasn't been effective in both games in 2021, averaging 3.4 yards per carry. The veteran running back is a flex play Week 3 in a favorable matchup against the Detroit Lions.
Baltimore Ravens running back Latavius Murray rushed for 28 yards on 10 carries and a touchdown in Monday night's 33-27 overtime loss to the Las Vegas Raiders. He led the team in carries and his eight-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter gave the Ravens a 24-17 lead. The 31-year-old was second in usage among all three Ravens running backs, logging 31% of the team's snaps. Murray was released by the New Orleans Saints late in the preseason and signed a one-year deal with the Ravens just before Week 1. The Ravens will continue to use a committee approach, but Ty'Son Williams is expected to lead the Ravens in touches. Murray is a borderline flex play when the Baltimore Ravens host the Kansas City Chiefs Sunday night.
The Baltimore Ravens signed free agent running back Latavius Murray to a one-year deal on Friday. Baltimore's backfield is in shambles after the team lost J.K. Dobbins (knee), Gus Edwards (knee), and Justice Hill (knee) for the season. Murray was replaced by RB Tony Jones and later released by the New Orleans Saints after reportedly refusing to take a pay cut. The 31-year-old averaged a career-high 4.5 yards per carry and had rushed for 656 rushing yards with four touchdowns for the Saints last year. Murray will compete with veteran RBs Le'Veon Bell and Devonta Freeman for a spot on the Ravens running back depth chart. Murray is considered the favorite to land the Ravens RB2 role behind starter Ty'Son Williams and should be added in all league formats.
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