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Mark Andrews - Back Practicing in Full
5 months ago

Mark Andrews is moving past a serious ankle injury suffered earlier in the year, and it’s possible he plays this Saturday against the Texans.

What was once considered to be a season-ending injury seems to nearly behind Ravens tight end, Mark Andrews, as he’s back practicing in full and has legitimate chance to suit up in Saturday’s divisional round versus the Houston Texans. Andrews has done everything possible to accelerate his recovery, including moving a hyperbaric oxygen chamber into his house.


From reports, Andrews playing this weekend will be his decision. If he feels like he can help the team win, he’ll suit up. The Ravens are fortunate to have solid tight end depth, and if he feels the others will give them a better chance to win, he’ll take one more week to fully finish recovering.


Fantasy Managers should keep an eye out to see if Andrews returns, and how he looks on the field. Andrews has zero guaranteed money on his contract going into 2024, and the emergence of Isaiah Likely as a suitable replacement introduces uncertainty into Andrews long-term future with the Ravens.


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Mark Andrews Suffers Broken Fibula Week 11; OUT for Season
7 months ago

Mark Andrews season is over due to a broken fibula and ankle injury which he suffered Thursday Night.

Baltimore Ravens’ standout tight end, Mark Andrews, has faced persistent health challenges over the years, and unfortunately, this season is no exception. Commencing with a missed Week 1 due to a quad injury, his misfortune peaked in Week 11 when he sustained a season-ending injury – a broken fibula and a sprained ankle during Thursday night’s victory against the Bengals. The critical moment occurred early in the game on Andrews’ second catch, as Cincinnati linebacker Logan Wilson utilized a controversial hip-drop tackle.


While Friday’s headlines predominantly featured Joe Burrow’s season-ending injury, Andrews’ setback is undeniably impactful. Andrews has been a consistent, reliable force in fantasy football for the past three years, standing as one of the few “set it and forget it” tight ends. Notably, he is the sole tight end to challenge Travis Kelce as TE1 since 2016.

Mark Andrews to play Week 2
9 months ago

Mark Andrews to make debut week 2 after being out week 1 with a quad injury.

Mark Andrews missed a good portion of training camp with an undisclosed injury. Leading up to week 1. Andrews practiced in a limited capacity which had many believing he would suit up. Unfortunately for many fantasy managers, the Ravens shelved Andrews for week 1 and backup TE Isaiah Likely totaled a 1 target 1 catch 4 yard dud Vs the Houston Texans. Thankfully, Andrews logged a full practice on Friday leading to a report from Ian Rapoport that he is expected to play.


Andrews being back in the lineup will give us our first look at how new Baltimore OC Todd Monken wants to utilize the All Pro TE. In week 1 TEIsaiah Likely was lightly used in Todd Monkens offense, but that may have been due to other factors such as afavorable run matchup or poor weather. This week Vs the Cincinnati Bengals, the Ravens offense may open up more with Andrews in tow.


Week 1 with Andrews out also gave a good look at the pecking order at the WR position in Baltimore. Rookie WR Zay Flowers emerged as the top WR option with Andrews out earning 10 targets. It will be important to monitor his usage with Andrews back. Zay could be the new 2nd fiddle much like Marquise “Hollywood” Brown was in 2021 when he earned 146 targets playing along side Andrews. Third year WR Rashod Bateman and veteran WR Odell Beckham Jr each earned 3 targets in week 1, both players may be delegated to being boom/bust WR3 types at best if this usage continues in week 2. Andrews also re-enters an offense without RB JK Dobbins who’s season unfortunately ended week 1 after he tore his Achilles. The last time Andrews was healthy in a JK Dobbins less Ravens O he stole the TE1 overall crown from Travis Kelce. Both star TEs missed week 1, so it’s fair game for the race to number 1 beginning this week.