|Chance of Injury in 2020:||85%|
|Chance of Injury per Game:||11.2%|
|Projected Games missed for 2020:||2.2|
Mark Valentino Ingram Jr. will be 31-years old in December and was born in Hackensack, New Jersey. He is the son of a former New York Giants wide receiver, Mark Ingram Sr, and played his first three years of high school football at one school and then transferred in his senior year, all in Michigan.
In his final two seasons, he rushed for 2,546 yards and 38 touchdowns while also playing cornerback. Ingram was also an elite track and field star, specializing in both sprinting and long jump.
Considered a four-star recruit and ranked as the #17 player in the nation in 2008, Ingram chose to attend the University of Alabama. Initially playing behind Glenn Coffee as a rookie, he finished the season with 728 rushing yards and a team-high 12 rushing touchdowns.
In his sophomore season, he rushed 271 times for 1,658 yards and impressive 6.1 yards per carry, and 17 touchdowns. He also caught 32 passes for 334 yards and 3 TDs. This monster season led him to win the Heisman trophy. This was Alabama’s first Heisman award winner, and Ingram was the youngest player ever to win the Heisman.
Before his junior season, he underwent minor knee surgery, which caused him to miss the first game of the season. His back up, Trent Richardson, filled in for him. That season Ingram rushed for 152 times for 875 yards, 13 touchdowns, and also chipped in 21 receptions for 282 yards and another score. Expected to be a first-round pick, Ingram measured 5’9?”, weighed 215 pounds and ran a 4.53-second 40-yard dash at the NFL Combine. Ingram was drafted with the 28th pick in the first round of the 2011 NFL Draft by the New Orleans Saints.
Ingram has been in the NFL for nine seasons but has only played all 16 games three times. The first eight years of his career, he was with the New Orleans Saints, and in 2019 he signed a three-year contract with the Baltimore Ravens.
Let’s review some of Ingram’s injuries o…
|Dec 22, 2019||NFL||Leg Calf Strain||Ingram suffered a calf strain in the fourth quarter vs. the Cleveland Browns. He missed one game|
|Nov 17, 2016||NFL||Head Cranial Concussion Grade 1||Ingram took a heavy hit and suffered a concussion during Week 10. He had 10 days to get cleared for Week 12 and did just that.|
|Dec 6, 2015||NFL||Shoulder Rotator Cuff Tear||Prior to this injury, Ingram was playing through an A/C joint sprain. The rotator cuff required surgery in December.|
|Nov 15, 2015||NFL||Shoulder A/C Joint Sprain||Ingram suffered an A/C joint sprain in his shoulder but played through it.|
|Sep 14, 2014||NFL||Hand Metacarpal Fracture||Ingram went down in Week 2. He underwent surgery that required 2 screws to be placed in his hand.|
|Sep 15, 2013||NFL||Pedal Toe Sprain||Ingram missed 5 games.|
|May 3, 2012||NFL||Knee Strain Grade 1||Ingram called his knee scope "as minor as it gets."|
|Dec 4, 2011||NFL||Pedal Toe Turf Toe||Ingram's turf toe required surgery in January of 2012.|
|Oct 23, 2011||NFL||Pedal Heel Bruise||Ingram missed 2 games after going down in Week 7.|