Baltimore Ravens Player News: Last 24 hours, All Positions

News: Williams reeled in all four of his targets for 21 yards in Sunday's 24-10 win over Cleveland.
Impact: Williams may be Baltimore's third-string tight end, but not many third-stringers see 41 percent of a team's offensive snaps as Williams did on Sunday. The Ravens look like they're likely to mix and match their tight ends from week to week, with all three playing at least a quarter of the offensive snaps in each of the team's first two games. Though Benjamin Watson is the team's primary pass-catcher at the position, Williams might find himself with a nice game here and there as Baltimore looks to give Joe Flacco easy completions.
News: Boyle recorded a nine-yard catch in Sunday's 24-10 win over Cleveland.
Impact: Boyle's lone catch came on Baltimore's second drive of the game and helped set up a Terrance West touchdown. Baltimore, which played all three of its tight ends for at least 28 plays on Sunday - including 42 for Boyle - looks like it's game plan will be to play smash-mouth football this season. While Boyle's size and ability as a blocker will aid in that, it likely won't turn into much on the stat sheet with Ben Watson and Maxx Williams both better receivers.
News: Wallace hauled in one of three targets for seven yards Sunday in the Ravens' win over the Browns.
Impact: With two catches for 15 yards through the first two games, Wallace has been on the back burner in the offensive gameplan while the Ravens have utilized a short passing game and a heavy ground attack. A London matchup against Jacksonville awaits Wallace in Week 3, but the limited target volume through the first two weeks will likely leave owners looking for alternatives.
News: Suggs recorded one tackle, one sack and one forced fumble in Sunday's win over the Browns.
Impact: Suggs now has three sacks on the year and is showing flashbacks of a younger self as he continues to wreak havoc on opponent's offensive lines. The 34-year-old veteran managed to log 49 defensive snaps (69 percent), placing him third on the Ravens' linebacking corps.
News: Webb recorded four tackles, two passes defensed and one interception in Sunday's win over the Browns.
Impact: Webb now has an interception in each of the first two games this season, which is great to see considering he only played in two games last year due to injury. The Ravens boast a ton of talent in their secondary, which should benefit Webb throughout the season.
News: The Baltimore Ravens placed Yanda on injured reserve, the team announced Tuesday.
Impact: Yanda sustained a fractured ankle during Sunday's 24-10 win over the Cleveland Browns. The 33-year-old Yanda missed parts of training camp as he recovered from offseason shoulder surgery. However, Yanda was dominant in both regular-season games and anchored an offensive line that had already suffered several key losses.
News: Joseph was signed Tuesday to the Ravens' active roster.
Impact: Joseph spent time this offseason with the Bears after going undrafted but ultimately landed on the team's practice squad. The Ravens will now sign him in order to shore up their depth on the offensive line with Marshal Yanda (ankle) landing on IR.
News: Bradley (knee) was officially placed on injured reserve Tuesday.
Impact: Bradley suffered a torn ACL and was ruled out for the remainder of the regular season. The undrafted rookie primarily was in line for a special teams role on the Ravens this season.
News: Yanda (ankle) was officially placed on injured reserve Tuesday.
Impact: Yanda was ruled out for the season Sunday with an ankle injury, and he'll now officially begin his rehab and recovery for next season. The team has promoted center Matt Skura from the practice squad and signed tackle Dieugot Joseph to the active roster to shore up its depth on the offensive line.
News: Langford signed with the Ravens' practice squad Tuesday.
Impact: This will be the second time this season that Langford will be on the team's practice squad, as he was waived this past weekend after being promoted to the team's active roster. Langford will essentially serve as an emergency back if the Ravens have to deal with injuries in the backfield this season.
News: Campanaro had one carry for five yards in Sunday's win against the Browns and added three punt returns for a combined 19 yards.
Impact: Campanaro saw even less work Sunday than he did in Week 1 as he was on the field for a mere eight snaps against the Browns after seeing 13 such snaps in the opener. Baltimore does seem intent on getting him a touch or two each week, but he's far more of a gadget-type player than one that will be prominently featured in the offense unless one of the top three wideouts incurs an injury.
News: Perriman was held without a catch on four targets in Sunday's 24-10 win over the Browns.
Impact: Only 12 of Joe Flacco's 34 pass attempts were directed to wide receivers, with Jeremy Maclin accounting for five and Mike Wallace drawing three. Perriman has caught just one of eight targets for five yards through two games, and while he seemingly has a long leash in his role as the No. 3 receiver, he's done nothing to make a case for more opportunities. He dropped one pass in Sunday's game and appeared to run the wrong route on another incompletion.
News: Skura was signed from the Ravens' practice squad to their active roster Tuesday, Jeff Zrebiec of The Baltimore Sun reports.
Impact: The promotion for Skura is a result of the Ravens losing star lineman Marshal Yanda to a season-ending ankle injury. Skura started all four preseason games for Baltimore before being cut prior to the start of the regular season.
News: Ravens coach John Harbaugh hinted that Collins could earn a larger role, Jamison Hensley of reports. "When you play well, you earn more playing time," said Harbaugh.
Impact: Harbaugh's quote is pretty vague and contains no promises, which makes sense considering Collins lost a fumble and did all of his damage (seven carries for 42 yards) in the final 20 minutes of Sunday's 24-10 win over the Browns. The former Seahawk probably wouldn't have even been involved if Terrance West (undisclosed) had been healthy, and he didn't make the greatest impression when he lost a fumble while the Browns still had time to mount a comeback. The Ravens did put Collins back on the field for the next carry, but Javorius Allen then finished out the game. Collins' involvement for Week 3 against Jacksonville figures to be determined by West's health more so than anything else. Allen likely would be the larger beneficiary of a West absence.