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Zay Flowers

#3 WR,


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163 FPTS

RANK: 50


22 yrs


5'10'' / 172 lbs


Boston College


Mars impressive effort with fumble

RotoWire Logo Published: 2024-01-28

Flowers secured five of eight targets for 115 yards and a touchdown and rushed twice for four yards in the Ravens' 17-10 AFC Championship Game loss to the Chiefs on Sunday. He also lost a fumble.

Flowers' turnover was of such importance that it nearly overshadowed his otherwise spectacular performance in his second career postseason game. The rookie first-round pick recorded a picturesque 30-yard scoring grab in the first quarter to answer the Chiefs' first touchdown and then added a 54-yard reception to kick off a late third-quarter drive. However, Flowers was flagged for taunting at the end of that play, and the 15 yards that cost Baltimore may have changed the dynamic of their play calling. Instead of focusing on the run, the Ravens took to the air, and Flowers eventually fumbled just before crossing the goal line at the end of an eight-yard grab, a critical turnover given the game's final score. The disappointing end to the season doesn't take away from the optimism Flowers generated with his first-year performance, as he posted a 77-858-5 line across 16 regular-season games while adding eight carries for 56 yards and another score.

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Yards ball travels in the "Air" per completion. "YAC" is average yards gained after catch. "Drop"ped pass rate. "Share" of team passing targets.

Limited volume in playoff win

RotoWire Logo Published: 2024-01-20

Flowers recorded four catches on five targets for 41 yards in Saturday's 34-10 win over the Texans.

The Ravens ran the ball 42 times in the win, which in turn limited volume for all of their pass catchers. Flowers led the team in targets but still had a modest stat line as a result, with his longest gain of the day going for 17 yards on a catch early in the second quarter. Presumably, the Ravens will be in a tighter matchup in the AFC Championship Game against either the Bills or Chiefs, which should give Flowers the chance at a more robust stat line.

Good to go for Saturday

RotoWire Logo Published: 2024-01-17

Flowers (calf) was a full practice participant Wednesday, Jamison Hensley of reports.

The upgraded status after limited participation Tuesday confirms the general feeling that Flowers was never in danger of missing Saturday's game against Houston. He probably would've been able to play Week 18 and in the wild-card round if he'd been needed, and he now figures to fill his usual role as the No. 1 receiver this weekend against the Texans. QB Lamar Jackson may even have his full complement of receiving weapons, as TE Mark Andrews (ankle) also managed a full practice Wednesday.

Listed as limited

RotoWire Logo Published: 2024-01-16

Flowers (calf) was a limited practice participant Tuesday.

It's his first official practice participation since Week 17, but that might not have been the case if the Ravens had played a meaningful game Week 18 or been part of the wild-card round this past weekend. Flowers should be ready for Saturday's game against Houston, and it's worth noting that he played through the same calf injury Week 17 and caught three passes for 106 yards and a TD in a 56-19 win over the Dolphins (though he did play fewer snaps than usual even before the game became a blowout).

Back at practice

RotoWire Logo Published: 2024-01-16

Flowers (calf) returned to practice Tuesday, Jamison Hensley of reports.

Flowers didn't play Week 18 and didn't practice last week, but there doesn't seem to be much concern about his availability for Saturday's game against Houston. He might've even played in the regular-season finale if the Ravens hadn't already clinched the No. 1 seed in the AFC, and his return to practice Tuesday confirms he's on track to play in the playoffs.

Not practicing Wednesday

RotoWire Logo Published: 2024-01-10

Flowers (calf) didn't participate in Wednesday's practice, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports.

Flowers was inactive for the Ravens' regular-season finale, but with the team having secured a first-round playoff bye, the wideout has added time to recover from his calf issue ahead of the divisional round. Look for added clarity regarding Flowers' postseason status to arrive next week, when Baltimore will be required to post practice/injury reports.

Sitting out Saturday

RotoWire Logo Published: 2024-01-06

Flowers (calf) is listed as inactive Saturday against the Steelers.

Flowers played through a calf injury during the Ravens' Week 17 win against the Dolphins en route to three catches (on three targets) for 106 yards and one touchdown on a 66 percent share of snaps. Having said that, he wasn't able to practice during Week 18 prep due to the same issue, and with the team having locked up the No. 1 seed in the AFC, he'll be afforded two weeks off to get healthy for a divisional-round matchup on Saturday, Jan. 20 or Sunday, Jan. 21.

Doubtful for Saturday

RotoWire Logo Published: 2024-01-04

Flowers (calf) is listed as doubtful for Saturday's regular-season finale against the Steelers.

Flowers didn't practice this week, and with Baltimore having already clinched the No. 1 seed in the AFC playoffs, the wideout is trending toward being made inactive Saturday. Assuming that's the case, the likes of Nelson Agholor, Tylan Wallace, Laquon Treadwell and Malik Cunningham figure to see added Week 18 snaps, with veteran WR Odell Beckham (rest) also having been ruled out by the Ravens.

Sits out another practice

RotoWire Logo Published: 2024-01-04

Flowers (calf) isn't participating in Thursday's practice, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports.

The Ravens won't release their final injury report of the regular season until later Thursday, but after failing to practice in any fashion this week, Flowers appears to be trending toward sitting out Saturday's game against the Steelers. With Baltimore having already clinched the No. 1 seed in the AFC playoffs, the team can afford to take a cautious approach with banged-up players like Flowers, who will presumably be closer to 100 percent by the time the Ravens play their first postseason game in the divisional round. Even if Baltimore chooses to make Flowers active against the Steelers, the rookie wideout may play only limited snaps, if any.

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