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|Short of a rash of injuries to the guys above him I don't think Justice Hill will nearly see the ball enough to make a fantasy impact, but I want to mention him because he gives the Raven running game a dimension they've hoped to get out of Kenneth Dixon. Hill was an impressive playmaking force for Oklahoma State during his three-year career, averaging well above 5-yards per carry and scoring 31 touchdowns. Unlike Ingram and Edwards, Hill is incredibly shifty, and sudden as a runner. He runs with an entirely different style and will give the offense a very different look when he touches the ball. He doesn't have the size to be a big volume back, but given a shot in a legit timeshare, he could have upside value. He's the type of back I love to add to my teams late in the draft with hopes of late season juice.
| Mark Ingram misses practice Tuesday|
By: Mike Krueger | Tue Jan 7, 1:46 pm
|#Ravens RB Mark Ingram, not spotted at practice by reporters on the scene, was essentially full speed last week on his calf. But he felt some tightness, source said, and pulled back to avoid re-injury. He still has a chance to play the #Titans on Saturday. (Ian Rapoport on Twitter)|
FFToday's Take: This is something to keep an eye on throughout the week leading up to Saturday's game between the Ravens and Titans. If Ingram were to somehow miss the game, Gus Edwards and Justice Hill would handle the running back duties with Edwards the more likely to find the endzone.
| Calf injury for Mark Ingram|
Hope to have him back for playoffs
By: Mike Krueger | Mon Dec 23, 12:28 pm
|#Ravens RB Mark Ingram suffered a calf strain, source said after his MRI. The team will be cautious with the strain (or partial tear), but the hope is Ingram is back on the field for the playoffs based on the severity of the injury. (Ian Rapoport on Twitter)|
FFToday's Take: Ingram will miss Week 17 and the Ravens will have a bye in the playoff thanks to their No.1 seed giving Ingram three weeks to get healed. Look for Gus Edwards and Justice Hill to get the bulk of the rushing work in a meaningless game for Baltimore against the Steelers.