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Mark Ingram on the move in NFL trade

When Mark Ingram left the New Orleans Saints after the 2018 season, the former Alabama All-American was 90 yards from replacing Deuce McAllister as the franchise’s all-time leading rusher. It looks as though Ingram is going to get an opportunity to reach that record after all. · JETS STRUGGLE WITHOUT...
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‘It’s a Business’: Texans Players React to Mark Ingram Trade

HOUSTON - Hours after Mark Ingram’s final practice with the Texans, a day of rest spent on the field encouraging teammates, the veteran running back was abruptly traded and reunited with the Orleans Saints. The Texans agreed to trade Ingram to the Saints in an expected exchange of late-round draft...
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Texans' Mark Ingram: Sees nine touches in loss

Ingram had six carries for nine yards and caught all three of his targets for 18 yards in Sunday's 31-5 loss to Arizona. The Texans grabbed a 5-0 lead early in the second quarter on the backs of Houston's defense, which produced a safety then a short field that turned into a 53-yard Ka'imi Fairbairn field goal. Until that point, Ingram and the Texans' running game did little and finished with 42 yards and a 2.8 yards-per-attempt average. The Cardinals' offense eventually found itself and scored on four consecutive drives and Houston shelved its running game. Ingram leads the team's backs in carries but has not found the end zone since Week 1.
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Mark Ingram enduring ‘bad football’ with Texans

Running back Mark Ingram hasn’t been associated with much bad football in his career, but he knows it when he sees it. And he’s seen it playing this season for the Houston Texans, who lost to the Indianapolis Colts 31-3 on Sunday. “First play of the day, we have a...
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Texans' Mark Ingram: Gets 20 touches in loss

Ingram rushed 18 times for 73 yards and caught both of his targets for another eight in Sunday's 31-3 loss to Indianapolis. Ingram continues to see plenty of volume, having handled at least 14 carries in four of Houston's first six games. Despite the heavy workload, he hasn't found the end zone since Week 1, and Ingram's 4.1 yards per carry in this one actually marked a season high. Ingram will try to end his touchdown drought in Week 7 against the Cardinals.
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Texans' Mark Ingram: Backfield split continues

Ingram carried the ball six times for 24 yards in Sunday's Week 4 loss to the Bills. Ingram led the team in attempts and yardage, though he continued to split work with David Johnson, Phillip Lindsay and Rex Burkhead. That split in workload combined with the Texans' inability to move the ball offensively limited Ingram to another poor performance. Since totaling 85 yards and a touchdown in Week 1 against Jacksonville, Ingram has combined to produce only 86 yards combined across his last three games.
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UAB’s Mark Ingram takes light-hearted approach to fan experience at Protective Stadium

UAB athletic director Mark Ingram is a great many things. An administrator. A fundraiser. A facility facilitator. He also has quite the sense of humor. It was two years ago when Ingram revealed his initial plan for a live Komodo mascot at UAB home games, a now-infamous quote aggregated by multiple national outlets and discussed on SportsCenter. The sixth-year athletic director has not altered his decision about the release of modern prehistoric man-eaters at UAB home games.
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Mark Ingram II held to 24 yards in Week 4 loss

Since his Week 1 showing, Ingram's fantasy output has gotten progressively worse. For the second consecutive week he was held to under 24 yards. He was out touched by David Johnson. Houston's crowded backfield and his lack of production make it hard to trust Ingram in starting lineups. He remains bench stash, with upside if an injury to David Johnson or Lindsay were to occur.
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Fantasy Outlooks: Should you drop Ronald Jones, Mark Ingram, and Bryan Edwards?

While fantasy managers mostly stress about their studs not performing as expected or weekly start/sit decisions, it’s important to ensure you have the correct players on the end of your bench. Let’s take a look at the fantasy outlooks of a handful of players on the roster bubble and decide whether you should keep them or drop them from your fantasy football team.

Ingram takes football reins at Newark Central after coach’s sudden departure

One might think that the top priority for someone accepting the coaching reins of a team with a long losing streak would be to end that losing streak. But Mark Ingram’s said his top priority as Newark Central’s new head football coach is to not lose sight of the priorities that were laid out for him by his own head coach a decade ago at Weequahic, Altarik White.
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Mark Ingram II Joins D.C. United Ownership Group

WASHINGTON, D.C. (June 4, 2021) –D.C. United today announced that three-time National Football League (NFL) Pro Bowl running back and Heisman Trophy winner, Mark Ingram II has joined the Black-and-Red ownership group as an investor pending Major League Soccer approval. “D.C. United are a club rich with tradition and ripe...
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