Kamar Aiken WR BAL 6 Days

Aiken was not targeted in Sunday's 20-12 win over the Jaguars.

With Torrey Smith (knee) back to his regular snap count, Aiken merely worked as the No. 4 wide receiver. While he's done well with his limited targets, Aiken won't see many looks over the final two weeks of the season, unless someone ahead of him suffers an injury.

Kamar Aiken WR BAL 13 Days

Aiken caught 6-of-7 targets for 65 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 28-13 win over the Dolphins.

With Torrey Smith (knee) only able to handle a very limited role, Aiken set personal season-high marks for receptions, targets and receiving yards. While Aiken has mostly done well with his opportunities this year, he seems to be on even footing with Marlon Brown for the No. 3 wide receiver role, and Smith may be healthier for Week 15.

Kamar Aiken WR BAL 2 Months

Aiekn caught his only target for 12 yards in Sunday's 43-23 loss to the Steelers.

Aiken and Marlon Brown essentially worked as co-No. 3 wide receivers, and Michael Campanaro (hamstring) could rejoin that mix once he's healthy. With even the Ravens' starting wideouts struggling to produce consistent numbers, it seems unlikely that any of Aiken, Brown or Campanaro will come into fantasy relevance without an injury to Steve or Torrey Smith.

Kamar Aiken WR BAL 2 Months

Aiken caught two passes for 15 yards on a season-high six targets in Sunday's 27-24 loss to the Bengals.

Aiken and Michael Campanaro (hamstring) got most of the snaps behind starters Torrey and Steve Smith, though Marlon Brown and Jacoby Jones also saw some of the field. Aiken played as poorly as the stat line indicates, notably dropping a potential touchdown receptions early in the game. He still figures to compete with Campanaro, Brown and Jones for playing time, though none of the bunch figures to contribute much on the stat sheet.

Kamar Aiken WR BAL 2 Months

Aiken (concussion) caught his only target for an 18-yard gain in Sunday's 29-7 win over the Falcons.

Despite being listed as probable, Marlon Brown (thigh) was inactive for the game, leaving Aiken and rookie Michael Campanaro to split the No. 3 wide receiver role. Jacoby Jones has essentially vanished from the offense, while it's unclear whether Brown has fallen behind Aiken and Campanaro, or if the team was just being cautious. Either way, there won't be many targets to go around, as Joe Flacco's attention has been dominated by Steve Smith, Torrey Smith and TE Owen Daniels.

Kamar Aiken WR BAL 2 Months

Aiken (concussion) is active for Sunday's game against the Falcons, the Baltimore Sun reports.

Aiken could see some added snaps in Week 7, with Marlon Brown out, but he's a fantasy dart as long as fellow wideouts Torrey Smith and Steve Smith are healthy.

Kamar Aiken WR BAL 2 Months

Aiken (concussion) is probable for Sunday's game Agustin the Falcons, the Ravens' official site reports.

Aiken should be a go on Sunday, but while he snagged a TD in Week 6, he's only an option in the deepest of formats, given his position in the Ravens' WR pecking order.

Kamar Aiken WR BAL 2 Months

Aiken (concussion) didn't practice Wednesday, the Ravens' official site reports.

Aiken caught two passes for 20 yards and a touchdown in Week 6, but he's only on the radar in the deepest of formats, more so now that he's dealing with a concussion.

Kamar Aiken WR BAL 2 Months

Aiken caught 2-of-3 targets for 20 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 48-17 win over the Buccaneers.

With Marlon Brown (pelvis) inactive and Jacoby Jones falling out of favor, both Aiken and rookie Michael Campanaro logged more snaps than in previous weeks. Campanaro is the more intriguing deep-league stash, as Aiken seems unlikely to climb any higher than fourth in the wideout pecking order.

Kamar Aiken WR BAL 3 Months

Aiken caught his only target for 22 yards in Sunday's 38-10 win over the Panthers.

As the No. 5 wide receiver, Aiken has logged fewer than 10 snaps per game, despite playing well when occasionally called upon. The Ravens seem to be fond of his run blocking, as a good chunk of his snaps have come in one and two-wide formations. If Jacoby Jones continues to struggle, Aiken could perhaps see a bit more playing time, though Marlon Brown is the more obvious beneficiary.