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29 Justin Forsett RB
Height/Weight: 5-8/197 | Birthdate: 10/14/1985 | Birthplace: Lakeland, FL, USA | Team: Baltimore | College: California | NFL Experience: 7 | Owned/Started%: 70/17
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Justin Forsett looks good with limited carries


by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(9/12/2014) Ravens running back Justin Forsett looked good in a limited role Week 2 against the Steelers. 

Forsett gained 56 yards on just eight carries, good for a 7.0 average. Forsett didn't come out as the team's primary ball carrier, but did manage to receive an early goal line carry. He couldn't convert on the play. Forsett gained most of his yardage on a big 41 yard carry in the fourth quarter. He nearly scored on the play, but was taken down on the 1 yard line. Forsett received an opportunity to punch the ball in, but couldn't do it. Forsett also caught four passes for 16 yards. 

He'll take on the Browns Week 3. 


Bernard Pierce, Justin Forsett 'will both play a lot'


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(9/8/2014) Asked which running back will start Thursday against the Steelers, Ravens coach John Harbaugh told reporters: "Bernard Pierce, Justin Forsett will both play a lot. Lorenzo Taliaferro will be involved as well."

Forsett led the way Week 1 with 11 carries for 70 yards and five catches for 14 yards. Pierce was benched after losing a fumble.


Justin Forsett a definite Fantasy consideration


by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer
(9/8/2014) The Ravens leaned on Justin Forsett following a Bernard Pierce fumble in their Week 1 loss versus the Bengals, and he looked good. The problem is that he's known more for being a part-time back in passing situations, not a full-time rusher. So it seems unlikely that the seventh-year veteran will finally have a chance to work in a major capacity. At least not so soon. 

But he's worth speculating on via waivers or a cheap buy in FAAB leagues, especially in PPR formats. 


Justin Forsett emerges in opener


by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com
(9/7/2014) Ravens running back Justin Forsett made a surprise impact Sunday against the Bengals, in a 23-16 loss in Week 1.

Forsett opened the game as the backup running back, but took advantage of his opportunity when Bernard Pierce had trouble holding on to the ball. He ended up finding success, rushing for 70 yards on 11 carries, including a 13-yard touchdown run in the third quarter. He added five receptions for 14 yards in the loss.

Forsett could see a nice-sized role yet again next week with Ray Rice still serving his suspension, but it will depend on what the team opts to do with Pierce after his struggles. The Ravens take on the Steelers Thursday in Week 2. 


Look for more screen passes from Ravens


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(8/6/2014) Expect Ravens running backs Ray Rice and Bernard Pierce to catch more screen passes this season. New offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak wants quarterback Joe Flacco to release the ball quicker, and Kubiak plans to use the screen pass to that effect.

"I was telling [coach] John Harbaugh the other night: 'You know, I think we've got a chance to be a pretty good screen team," Kubiak told ESPN.com. "Our guards are not only big and physical, but they can get out and run."

The Ravens have called 123 screen passes since 2001, fourth-fewest in the NFL over that span, the website said. In addition to Rice and Pierce, running backs Justin Forsett and rookie Lorenzo Taliaferro could benefit if Kubiak follows through on his plan.


Harbaugh: I'm very confident in Bernard Pierce


by Jamey Eisenberg | Senior Fantasy Writer
(7/25/2014) With Ray Rice suspended for the first two games of the season, the Ravens have to figure out who will start at running back in his absence, reports ESPN.

The top choice to fill in for Rice is Bernard Pierce. He was limited all offseason after having shoulder surgery, but he looked to be in good shape as the Ravens opened training camp this week. 

"I'm very confident in Bernard. I've always liked Bernard," coach John Harbaugh said. "He's a heck of a player. He’s worked very hard, he’s 217 pounds, [and] he's in the best shape of his life. He looked good out here the last couple of days. We'll know more by Tuesday once we get the pads on and seeing him move with the pads on and how the shoulder holds up -- that'll be important."

Outside of Pierce, the Ravens have Justin Forsett and rookie Lorenzo Taliaferro, but Pierce is the likely starter with Rice out.

"I have a lot of confidence in all of our guys," Harbaugh said.


Justin Forsett could be a part of Ravens run game


by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer
(7/18/2014) Justin Forsett has experience running in new Ravens offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak's running scheme, so his new team could have some plans for him thanks to his familiarity with his old coach. Per the Baltimore Sun, Forsett could work as a third-down back and potentially be part of the base offense while starter Ray Rice serves a suspension to begin the season. 

"The zone scheme is all about repetition," Forsett said. "Even though I've been in it for most of my career, you still got to get the reps in. My whole career, I've been one of those guys that switched with the zone run scheme. I've been able to run the outside and inside zone pretty well. A third-down guy most of my career, being able to understand the blitz protections and being able to pick up guys and run routes out of the backfield and out wide."

Forsett suffered a stress fracture and a turf toe injury last season and had just 31 yards on six carries over nine games. 


Ravens awaiting word on Ray Rice suspension


by Jamey Eisenberg | Senior Fantasy Writer
(7/7/2014) The Ravens are still waiting to hear how long running back Ray Rice will be unavailable to begin the season with a possible suspension, reports ESPN.

The report says Rice is expected to receive a multi-game suspension for allegedly striking his fiancée unconscious in February. The report suggests a suspension of two to four games for Rice would follow the league's recent track record with first-time offenders. 

If Rice is going to miss a major chunk of the season, the Ravens would give Bernard Pierce, Justin Forsett and Lorenzo Taliaferro more snaps this summer, especially later in the preseason. If Rice is only going to be suspended for a couple of games, the Ravens' rotation at running back may not change significantly.


Ravens expecting to use RB by committee?


by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer
(6/30/2014) As a suspension looms for running back Ray Rice, the Baltimore Sun believes the Ravens will use a running back by committee approach even when Rice is eligible to play. 

Bernard Pierce figures to be the first man up to replace Rice and take on a nice amount of work but he has yet to be cleared following offseason shoulder surgery and has struggled in two seasons in the pros. Justin Forsett is a veteran familiar with the Ravens' new running scheme but he's played sparingly over his six-year career. Rookie Lorenzo Taliaferro has some talent but still hasn't learned the offense and might not have the best skill-set to play outside of situational roles. 

The Sun believes the Ravens will need "all hands on deck" to not only replace Rice, but pair with him when he's active. 


Justin Forsett, not Ray Rice, took first-team reps


by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer
(6/2/2014) In a move that might have been meant to send a message more than anything else, Justin Forsett handled most of the first-team reps for the Ravens during an OTA practice on Friday ahead of Ray Rice. And according to ESPN, Forsett looked extremely fast and showed off good hands. 

It's expected that Forsett's work with the starters was just to let Rice know that his off-field issues have been noticed and will be considered by the coaching staff. However, Forsett could be in line for some work early on this season if Rice has to serve a suspension. 


Ravens to add one or two running backs


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(4/30/2014) Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome said the team planned to add one or two running backs even before Ray Rice's felony assault case, reports ESPN.com. Look for Baltimore to draft at least one of those.

Behind Rice, the Ravens have Bernard Pierce, Justin Forsett and Cierre Wood.


Justin Forsett motivated after lost season


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(4/7/2014) New Ravens running back Justin Forsett is highly motivated after a 2013 season in which he dealt with turf toe, then a stress fracture in his foot. He played in nine games for the Jaguars, rushing for 31 yards on six carries.

“I had a lot of injuries and a lot of adversity last year being in Jacksonville," Forsett told the Baltimore Sun. "It made me stronger, definitely a better man, and I’m excited to release everything that I have in me out on this field. I’m 100 percent healthy. I’m back now and I’m ready to go."

In 2012 with Houston, Forsett rushed for 375 yards (6.0 per carry), including an 81-yard touchdown.

"I’m hungry right now," Forsett told the paper. "I definitely have a chip on my shoulder the size of Texas that I want to get off, and I’m excited about this opportunity. I want to come play and I want to win.”


Ravens sign Justin Forsett


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(4/4/2014) The Ravens signed running back Justin Forsett to a one-year deal. The Jaguars released Forsett last month.

Jaguars release Justin Forsett


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(3/11/2014) The Jaguars released running back Justin Forsett, who was owed $1.1 million this year, reports ESPN's Adam Schefter. Foot injuries limited Forsett to nine games last season.

Justin Forsett expected to be released


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(2/25/2014) Jaguars running back Justin Forsett, who's owed $1.1 million in 2014, likely will be released, reports ESPN.com. Forsett, 28, was plagued by a foot injury last season. He ran six times for 31 yards and caught 15 passes for 82 yards.

Jaguars place two players on IR


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(12/9/2013) The Jaguars announced Monday wide receiver Stephen Burton (concussion) and running back Justin Forsett (foot) were placed on injured reserve.

Three injured highlight Jaguars inactives for Week 14


by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com
(12/5/2013) The Jaguars inactive list for Week 14 against the Texans doesn't feature much in the way of surprises, as running back Justin Forsett (foot), defensive back Josh Evans (shoulder) and wide receiver Stephen Burton (concussion) were all ruled out prior to the game.

Those three were joined on the sidelines by quarterback Ricky Stanzi, guard Jacques McClendon, wide receiver Jeremy Ebert and defensive lineman Brandon Deaderick


Three Jaguars red-lighted for Thursday game


by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(12/4/2013) The Jaguars have officially ruled out free safety Josh Evans (shoulder), wide receiver Stephen Burton (concussion) and running back Justin Forsett (foot) from their TNF game against Houston.

Two hurt on Jaguars inactive report


by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(12/1/2013) The Jaguars have released an inactive list Sunday that includes injured wide receiver Stephen Burton (concussion) and running back Justin Forsett (foot).

The healthy inactives are wide receiver Jeremy Ebert, cornerback Jamell Fleming, defensive tackle Jeremy Mincey, quarterback Ricky Stanzi and guard Jacques McClendon.


Jaguars list nine probables on injury report


by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(11/29/2013) The Jaguars placed 12 players on their Friday injury report, but nine are probable for the game against the Browns on Sunday.

The offensive players so designated are linemen Will Rackley (illness) and Cameron Bradfield (bicep) and wide receiver Cecil Shorts (groin). Running back Justin Forsett (foot) is out.

The defensive probables are cornerback Will Blackmon (shoulder), defensive end Andre Branch (knee), safety Winston Guy (shoulder), linebackers J.T. Thomas (ankle) and Geno Hayes (knee) and tackle Roy Miller (shoulder).


Justin Forsett could go on IR with foot injury


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(11/25/2013) Jaguars coach Gus Bradley said Monday running back Justin Forsett will be out 4-6 weeks with a a non-displaced fracture in his foot. Bradley said Forsett could go on injured reserve.

Four Jaguars players each net one catch Week 12


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(11/24/2013) Jaguars running back Jordan Todman, running back Justin Forsett, tight end Clay Harbor and wide receiver Kerry Taylor all made it onto the stat sheet Week 12 at Houston.

Todman finished with 31 rushing yards on 11 carries, while adding one catch for 5 yards.

Forsett had one catch for 9 yards and no carries.

Harbor added one catch for 8 yards, while Taylor had one catch for 7 yards. Taylor was targeted four times.

The Jaguars are back in action Week 13 at Cleveland.


Jaguars receivers make some grabs


by Jeff Lippman | CBSSports.com
(10/27/2013) The Jaguars had several minor-contributing receivers during the Week 8 blowout loss to the 49ers from London Sunday. Quarterback Chad Henne managed to spread the ball around.

Fullback Will Ta'ufo'ou had three grabs for 3 yards on three targets in the game. Justin Forsett added three catches for 6 yards on three targets.

Ace Sanders, Clay Harbor and Marcedes Lewis each had one catch apiece in the game. Sanders went for 11 yards, Harbor 7 and Lewis 6. Only Lewis saw more than one target. The Jaguars have a bye Week 9 and return Week 10 at Tennessee.

Jaguars backup RBs do little Sunday


by Jeff Lippman | CBSSports.com
(10/20/2013) Jaguars backup running backs did little during the Week 7 home loss to the Chargers Sunday. With Maurice Jones-Drew struggling to get anything going on the ground, little was expected of the reserves. 

Running back Justin Forsett rushed twice for 19 yards in the game. He also caught a pass for 10 yards as the best performer of the bunch. Dunta Robinson had one carry for 9 yards in the game and Jordan Todman added one for 8 yards. Todman scored in the game but it was called back. Neither Todman nor Robinson were targeted in the passing game. 

Jacksonville has yet to score an offensive touchdown at home this season. They play at home Week 8 against San Francisco. 


Jaguars backup runners do little


by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(10/13/2013) Jaguars backup rushers Denard Robinson, Will Ta'ufo'ou and Justin Forsett failed to do much against the Broncos Week 6.

Robinson picked up 1 carry for 2 yards. Ta'ufo'ou didn't fare much better, picking up 1 yard on the ground and 5 yards in the air. Forsett rushed once for no gain, but did have 18 yards on 3 catches. Even punter Bryan Anger got in on the action, but failed to pick up any yards on his only attempt. 

They'll take on the Chargers Week 7.