Ravens get Mark Ingram at $5M per season, which is significantly less than what Le'Veon Bell got ($13.1M). For a team with many needs and less than $30M in cap space, Baltimore wasn't going to make that type of investment at running back.
Clearly bad news for the other Baltimore running backs (namely Gus Edwards and Kenneth Dixon), this is a great landing spot for Ingram, who will play for a decidedly run-heavy offensive coordinator in Greg Roman. Ingram is still on the right side of 30 and hasn't averaged less than 4.6 YPC in the last four seasons. He's also a very capable receiver (3.1 receptions per game since 2015) so he's able to play on all three downs. He should flirt with fantasy RB1 value this year.
BAL RB Kenneth Dixon - Week 18 Fantasy Football Outlook
Wildcard Round vs. Los Angeles Chargers
Kenneth Dixon had some big plays against the Browns, helping him gain 117 yards on 12 carries in the season finale. Dixon averages 11 touches per game this year, making him a quality change-of-pace option in deeper fantasy leagues. His upside is limited by a crowded backfield however, making him risky to trust in any given week.
Dixon managed only 48 yards from scrimmage against the Chargers just two weeks ago, but Los Angeles allowed the ninth-most fantasy points to opposing running backs this year, giving him a little upside in deep formats. In most leagues however, with quality running backs available throughout the wildcard round, Dixon should be considered a lower-tier option. His workload is too uncertain to bank on.