Dallas Clark TE BAL 9 Months

Dallas Clark caught one pass for 14 yards in Week 9 versus the Browns.

Clark saw just the one target. He's been far too inconsistent this season to possess any real fantasy value. Clark's ceiling is extremely low.

Dallas Clark TE BAL 9 Months

Dallas Clark caught three passes for nine yards with a touchdown in Sunday's Week 7 loss at Pittsburgh.

Clark's touchdown came with 2:02 left in the fourth quarter and tied the game. He did well to wriggle free of Ryan Clark in the back of the end zone. Still, Clark is a shell of his former self and needs tons of volume to put up helpful statlines. We'd move on to a tight end with higher upside during the Ravens' Week 8 bye.

Dallas Clark TE BAL 10 Months

Dallas Clark caught four passes for 81 yards and a touchdown in Baltimore's Week 6 loss to the Packers.

With just 2:04 remaining, Clark made an excellent 18-yard catch in traffic for his first touchdown of the season. Clark now has at least four catches in four of six games, but has posted more than 46 yards only twice. He's averaging just 3.3 grabs. He's a middling TE2.

Dallas Clark TE BAL 10 Months

Dallas Clark was held without a catch in Week 5 against the Dolphins.

Clark wasn't even targeted in the passing game. Even with the Ravens dealing with multiple injuries, he's no longer on the TE2 radar.

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Dallas Clark caught four passes for 34 yards in Sunday's Week 4 loss to the Bills.

Dallas Clark TE BAL 10 Months

Dallas Clark caught four passes for 46 yards in Sunday's Week 3 win over the Texans.

Dallas Clark TE BAL 11 Months4 Comments

Dallas Clark caught seven passes for 87 yards in Baltimore's Week 1 loss to the Broncos.

Don't let the stat-line fool you: Clark was brutal this evening. He committed no fewer than three drops, one of which was a gimme touchdown on 3rd-and-goal. He appeared staggered by every hit, and would have had a lost fumble if not for a Broncos penalty. Put simply, Clark looked old and slow, and had no business drawing 12 targets. The Ravens are just that short on able-bodied pass catchers right now. Clark is little more than a desperation TE2 for fantasy purposes.

Dallas Clark TE BAL 12 Months

Ravens agreed to terms with TE Dallas Clark, formerly of the Bucs.

Dallas Clark TE BAL 12 Months

The Baltimore Sun reports there is "mutual interest" between the Ravens and free agent Dallas Clark.

ESPN's Adam Schefter suggested earlier in the day on Twitter that Clark "could get a deal done this week." The Ravens are his likeliest landing spot. Baltimore has become awfully thin at tight end and slot receiver, losing Anquan Boldin (trade) and Dennis Pitta (hip) since last year, and Deonte Thompson to an ankle injury in the preseason opener. Clark is more slot receiver than tight end.

Dallas Clark TE BAL 12 Months

ESPN's Adam Schefter reports free agent TE Dallas Clark intends to play this season and "a deal could get done this week."

The obvious assumption on a landing spot is Baltimore, where Clark has strong ties to OC Jim Caldwell from their Indianapolis days. Clark is 34 years old with very little left in the tank, but the Ravens are desperate for pass-catching help at the short and intermediate levels. Clark could be a middling stopgap.