Fitzgerald Toussaint was buried on the depth chart as rookie last season. He finished the year with just six carries and three receptions for a total of 39 yards. He did return two kicks, but was mostly off the field as the Ravens had three tailbacks and a fullback ahead of him on the depth chart.
Starter Justin Forsett is coming off a career year, but he’s turning 30 in October and Toussaint could have a chance to battle Lorenzo Taliaferro and rookie Javorius Allen for playing time if Forsett goes down with an injury.
Toussaint isn’t as good a fit for the new offense in Baltimore as the other backs on the roster and the most likely scenario is that he stays fourth on the depth chart behind Forsett, Taliaferro and Allen.
There’s very little hope that Toussaint gets enough opportunity to be fantasy relevant. He showed flashes in college (including rushing for over 1,000 yards and nine touchdowns during his sophomore year at Michigan), but ultimately there’s just too much talent in front of him on the depth chart to warrant any fantasy consideration.
Toussaint was let go as the Ravens trimmed their roster down to 53 players.