Dodd was coming off foot surgery to open camp this season, and another foot injury is not great news for him going forward. This is a late add to the injury report, though, and there is little information about the extent of his current injury, so stay tuned.
He hurt his thigh in practice on Thursday, and was listed as doubtful. Adding him to the IR list just confirms that his thigh injury was significant. This leaves the Ravens thin at free safety, with just starter Lardarius Webb list as available on the depth chart, so look for the team to make a move to address this need.
He was experienced pain in his injured shoulder during practice this week, but did get in a full practice on Friday. With that practice under his belt, it was expected that he would be the starting QB, and that has come to fruition. He will still be without WR Steve Smith this week, limiting his choice of weapons in the passing game, and thus is a QB2 for fantasy purposes.
The Ravens are thin at cornerback heading into Week 7 and their matchup against the host Jets. Robertson was just recently cut by the Packers, and Baltimore swept in to grab him before Green Bay could sign him to their practice squad.
He had been promoted to the active roster back at the beginning of October. He did not see a snap on offense, but did play a bit on special teams. He failed to make any impact as a converted wide receiver, and will now have to look for another team to join.
He has been activated from the PUP list, and in a surprise move, will be active in the first week after recovering from his off-season Lisfranc surgery. At this point, he is not much of an option in fantasy, with Terrance West, Javorius Allen, and Kenneth Dixon all in front of him on the depth chart, but is worth monitoring in deeper leagues and dynasty leagues.
Shorts was considered questionable heading into the weekend, but is apparently ready to take the field. He will start opposite Mike Evans at wide receiver, leaving Adam Humphries and Russell Shepard as the No. 3 and 4 options at WR, although for fantasy purposes, TE Cameron Brate looks like a better option when the Bucs head to San Francisco.