Mark Ingram
RB NO (5)
2 months ago

Ingram rushed for 103 yards and a touchdown on 20 carries and added 29 yards on six catches in Sunday's loss to Atlanta.

EDGE Analysis

Ingram's one-yard touchdown dive pulled New Orleans to within two scores late in the fourth quarter. It also represented his 10th all-purpose touchdown of the season, setting a new career-high. This season was full of career bests for Ingram, including rushing yards, all-purpose yards and scores. Though the Saints continue to use a full stable of backs more so than many other teams, Ingram held onto a lead role in a greater way than in years past.

Mark Ingram
RB NO (5)
2 months ago

Ingram totaled 90 yards and a pair of touchdowns on 18 rushes in Saturday's 31-24 win over the Bucs. He also scored two of three targets for three yards.

EDGE Analysis

Ingram played an integral part in keeping the Bucs defense honest Saturday, amassing his best yardage total since compiling 146 against the Rams in Week 12. Saturday also marked Ingram's first multi-touchdown game of 2016, and he's now notched at least one catch in eight straight contests as well. Ingram notably outpaced backfield mate Tim Hightower by 10 carries on the afternoon, and given his success, a similar workload distribution could be on tap for the Week 17 finale versus the Falcons.

Mark Ingram
RB NO (5)
2 months ago

Ingram ran 17 times for 79 yards and caught two of three targets for 13 yards in Sunday's 48-41 win at Arizona.

EDGE Analysis

Ingram ran hard and put up solid numbers, but lost two short touchdowns to Tim Hightower in the fourth quarter. Still, Ingram was more effective than Hightower, who finished with 11 carries for just 37 yards. Next week, Ingram will face Tampa Bay at home.

Mark Ingram
RB NO (5)
2 months ago

Ingram (toe/knee) does not have an injury designation ahead of Sunday's game against the Cardinals.

EDGE Analysis

Ingram approaches Sunday's contest clear of concern over his status, despite the fact that he remained limited at Friday's practice. The Saints tailback is currently carrying toe and knee ailments, but he's slated to continue to play this weekend. As usual, fantasy owners shouldn't be surprised if Tim Hightower steals some carries from Ingram, with Travaris Cadet serving as a candidate to play more in passing situations.

Mark Ingram
RB NO (5)
2 months ago

Ingram (toe/knee) was limited at Thursday's practice.

EDGE Analysis

Upgrading from Wednesday's DNP, Ingram is trending toward active status as he tends to toe and knee injuries for the third week in a row. The lack of continuity in the backfield has resulted in an interesting breakdown of snaps from its members the last two contests. While Ingram has totaled 38 snaps and No. 2 RB Tim Hightower has picked up 32, pass-catching back Travaris Cadet has led the way with 42. As a result, it's difficult to trust in a hobbled Ingram on Sunday, especially against a Cardinals defense that has conceded just 90 yards from scrimmage to running backs this season.

Mark Ingram
RB NO (5)
2 months ago

Ingram (toe/knee) was a non-participant at Wednesday's practice.

EDGE Analysis

Embedded within earning DNPs on five of the Saints' last seven injury reports, Ingram has notched 14 carries for 51 yards and six receptions (on seven targets) for 25 yards over the last two games. He was also afforded just 31.1 percent of the offensive snaps during that stretch, which is a far cry from his 45-percent share in the first 11 games of the season. Clearly, the Saints are managing Ingram's workload as he tends to toe and knee injuries. If the thought process extends into Sunday's outing at Arizona, he'll likely split touches with Tim Hightower yet again.

Mark Ingram
RB NO (5)
2 months ago

Ingram gained 14 yards on seven carries and caught one pass for nine yards in Sunday's loss to the Buccaneers.

EDGE Analysis

Without starting center Max Unger, Ingram found little room to run against a Tampa Bay defense that has been stout against the run most of this season. Perhaps his toe injury is still bothering him, but Sunday marked the second straight sub-par game for Ingram, who had been on a tear during the second half. In addition, Ingram returned to splitting touches with Tim Hightower, who gained 31 yards on six carries and added an eight-yard reception as well. It remains difficult to predict how the Saints will divvy up the workload going forward, but things won't get easier for Ingram or the New Orleans offense in Week 15 against a solid Arizona defense.

Mark Ingram
RB NO (5)
2 months ago

Ingram (toe/knee) is active for Sunday's Week 14 tilt against the Bucs.

EDGE Analysis

The announcement confirms what had been widely expected, and forebodes another timeshare in the Saints backfield between Ingram and Tim Hightower, with Travaris Cadet also available to fulfill his typical pass-catching role.

Mark Ingram
RB NO (5)
2 months ago

Ingram (toe/knee) will play Sunday against Tampa Bay, a source told Ian Rapoport of NFL Network.

EDGE Analysis

Ingram was rested for Thursday's practice, but otherwise participated in a limited capacity for the second straight week. He was able to play last week despite the nagging injuries and this report suggests he'll be able to play again Sunday. Still, fantasy owners may have to wait until pregame warmups before the game's 4:25 ET kickoff to know for sure.

Mark Ingram
RB NO (5)
2 months ago

Ingram (toe/knee) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Buccaneers.

EDGE Analysis

Ingram was rested for Thursday's practice but otherwise participated in a limited capacity for the second straight week. Despite being listed as questionable heading into last Sunday, Ingram was able to post 53 total yards from 12 touches against the Lions, making it seem likely he's destined to play through injuries again this time around.