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Nov 27, 2022 4 50 25 0 7
Nov 20, 2022 6 63 16 0 6
Nov 7, 2022 0 0 0 0
Oct 27, 2022 3 33 22 0 3
Oct 23, 2022 0 0 0 0

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2022 52 601 11.56 5 7 3.50
2021 107 1361 12.72 9 0.00 19411.4
2020 58 701 12.09 7 0.00 1128
3y Avg. 76 971 12.78 9 0.00 15310.2
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Fantasy News

  • Ravens' Mark Andrews: Fades after hot start

    Andrews recorded four receptions on seven targets for 50 yards in Sunday's 28-27 loss to the Jaguars. Andrews tallied four catches for 33 yards on Baltimore's opening drive and appeared to be in for a big performance. While he still led the team in targets, he slowed significantly from that point, managing only a 17-yard catch and a two-point conversion across the rest of the game. Andrews also dropped a pass in the end zone and has not scored a touchdown or topped 65 receiving yards since Week 6.
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  • Ravens' Mark Andrews: Contrarian DFS Play

    Most people are going to pay up for Kelce or try to play a cheap tight end and luck into a touchdown. Stacking Andrews with Lamar Jackson will be my contrarian go-to this week. They should come in at sub-10% roster rate together and they have the upside to be the No. 1 option at both positions.
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  • Ravens' Mark Andrews: Stays busy in return

    Andrews (shoulder/knee) brought in six of eight targets for 63 yards in the Ravens' 13-3 win over the Panthers on Sunday. The veteran tight end returned from a one-game absence and finished second in receptions, receiving yards and targets on the afternoon for the Ravens. Andrews now has at least Sunday's reception and yardage totals in three of his past four injury-shortened games, sending him into a Week 12 road matchup against the Jaguars with some momentum.
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  • Ravens' Mark Andrews: Making return Sunday

    Andrews (shoulder/knee) is active for Sunday's game against the Panthers. After sitting out the Ravens' Week 9 win over the Saints, Andrews erased most of the concern about his health coming out of a bye week by practicing on a limited basis Wednesday and Thursday and then upgrading to full activity Friday. The Ravens still elected to give Andrews a designation heading into the weekend, but neither the knee nor the shoulder issue will keep him off the field. Andrews is expected to step back into his typical high-snap role as the Ravens' clear top tight end, and he should be quarterback Lamar Jackson's undisputed No. 1 target while both Rashod Bateman (foot) and J.K. Dobbins (knee) reside on injured reserve.
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  • Ravens' Mark Andrews: Expected to return Sunday

    Andrews, who is officially listed as questionable due to knee and shoulder injuries, is expected to play Sunday against the Panthers, Adam Schefter of ESPN.com reports. Andrews sat out the Ravens' Week 9 win over the Saints due to the knee and shoulder injuries, marking his first missed game of his five-year career because of injury, but it appears he benefitted from the team's Week 10 bye and is expected to suit up again in Week 11 after logging a full practice Friday. The talented tight end leads the team in catches (42), receiving yards (488) and touchdown receptions (five), so his potential return would be a welcome sight for Lamar Jackson, who's expected to play despite an illness. Despite the optimistic report, fantasy managers are still encouraged to confirm Andrews' status ahead of Sunday's 1 p.m. ET kickoff before locking him into lineups.
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  • Ravens' Mark Andrews: Officially questionable for Week 11

    Andrews (shoulder) is listed as questionable for Sunday's contest against the Panthers, Mike Garafolo of NFL Network reports. Coach John Harbaugh relayed to Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com earlier Friday that Andrews "took quite a few reps" in the final practice of Week 11, for which the tight end went down as a full participant. Still, the Ravens will take a cautious approach with Andrews' status, with Harbaugh adding, "I think we'll wait until Sunday to say for sure." With a 1:00 p.m. ET kickoff, Andrews' availability (or lack thereof) will become known before the early slate of games, making it easier to pivot to Baltimore backup Isaiah Likely or another TE.
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  • Ravens' Mark Andrews: Top DFS Play

    We're expecting Mark Andrews to return in Week 11 and with Travis Kelce in primetime and Dallas Goedert out for the foreseeable future, there's really no other choice at tight end. It's Andrews or punt the position and pray for a touchdown. I'd rather play Andrews and find value somewhere else.
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  • Ravens' Mark Andrews: Logs limited practice

    Andrews (shoulder/knee) was a limited participant at practice Wednesday, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports. According to Hensley, Andrews wasn't spotted during the early portion of the session, but he apparently took the field Wednesday once practice was closed to the media. The limited showing marks his first practice activity of any kind since he suffered his injuries Week 8. With that, Andrews appears to be trending in the right direction as Sunday's game against the Panthers approaches.
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  • Ravens' Mark Andrews: Not practicing yet

    Andrews (shoulder/knee) isn't practicing Wednesday, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports. Head coach John Harbaugh expressed optimism Monday that Andrews would be ready to play after the Ravens' Week 10 bye. Andrews' availability this weekend is no sure thing, especially with the tight end missing another practice as the Ravens prepare for Sunday's game against Carolina. Rookie tight end Isaiah Likely will have a key role again if Andrews misses another game.
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  • Ravens' Mark Andrews: Trending toward Week 11 return

    Coach John Harbaugh expressed optimism Monday with regard to Andrews' (knee/shoulder) chances of returning to action Sunday against the Panthers. Andrews missed the Ravens' Week 9 win over the Saints but was afforded some extra healing time with the team on bye last week. Per Harbaugh, the Ravens plan to "see how it progresses throughout the rest of the week" with their top TE, but the coach suggested that Andrews is among Baltimore's injured players who "have a real good chance" to be back in action Week 11. A return to practice, in any capacity, Wednesday on Andrews' part would support that notion.
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  • Ravens' Mark Andrews: Ruled out for Monday's game

    Andrews (knee/shoulder) has been downgraded to out for Monday's game against the Saints. Andrews won't travel with the Ravens to New Orleans, which sets the stage for Isaiah Likely to serve as the team's top pass-catching tight end Monday night. Andrews will now target a potential return to action on Nov. 20 against the Panthers, following Baltimore's Week 10 bye.
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  • Ravens' Mark Andrews: Doubtful for primetime game

    Andrews (shoulder/ankle) is listed as doubtful for Monday's contest against the Saints, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. While the Ravens went short of ruling out the stud tight end, Andrews failed to practice all week, which tends to indicate a player won't be active. If Andrews is ultimately ruled out, expect a plethora of opportunities for rookie tight end Isaiah Likely, especially in the event Demarcus Robinson (groin, questionable) is also unable to play.
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  • Ravens' Mark Andrews: Still unable to practice

    Andrews (shoulder/ankle) did not practice Saturday, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports. It's not boding well for the Pro Bowl tight end to suit up for Monday's contest, but the Ravens will likely clarify that distinction via Saturday's final injury report. If Andrews misses Week 9, Isaiah Likely would likely operate as one of the team's top targets with Rashod Bateman (foot) done for the season and Demarcus Robinson (groin) unable to practice each of the past two days.
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  • Ravens' Mark Andrews: Remains sidelined Friday

    Andrews (shoulder/ankle) didn't practice Friday, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports. Andrews sat out a second consecutive practice, but he'll have one more chance to get back on the practice field Saturday before Monday's game against the Saints. Even with an extra day to get healthy, the star tight end is far from a lock to play, and fantasy managers with a roster spot to spare should consider bringing in Isaiah Likely as a contingency plan. After Andrews exited early in the team's Week 8 win over Tampa Bay, Likely caught six of seven targets for 77 yards and a touchdown.
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  • Ravens' Mark Andrews: Sitting out first Week 9 practice

    Andrews (shoulder/ankle) isn't participating in Thursday's practice, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports. Even with the Ravens getting a longer turnaround for Week 9 with a Monday night game in New Orleans on tap, Andrews will be withheld from the team's first practice session while he tends to the pair of injuries he sustained in last Thursday's win over the Buccaneers. Though head coach John Harbaugh previously described both injuries as minor, Andrews will likely need to get back on the practice field in some capacity Friday or Saturday for fantasy managers to feel good about the tight end's availability Monday.
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  • Ravens' Mark Andrews: Dealing with two minor injuries

    Ravens head coach John Harbaugh said Monday that Andrews is dealing with shoulder and ankle injuries, but both issues appear to be minor, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports. Andrews dealt with a knee issue leading up to Week 8 that sidelined him for each practice, but he still was deemed available for Thursday's primetime matchup against Tampa Bay. However, the star tight end was forced to leave the contest in the second quarter after suffering a shoulder injury. Now, it seems that Andrews is dealing with a pair of health concerns. Andrews' participation at practice ahead of Week 9 should provide further clarity on his availability for next Monday's game against the Saints.
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  • Ravens' Mark Andrews: Escapes major injury

    The shoulder injury that Andrews suffered in Thursday's 27-22 win over Tampa Bay is minor, Jonas Shaffer of The Baltimore Sun reports. Andrews entered the game with a nagging knee issue, but he was ultimately forced out after suffering a shoulder injury early in the second quarter. The exact diagnosis remains unclear, but the Ravens will have nine days off prior to their Week 9 matchup against the Saints, so there's a chance he misses no additional time. Andrews managed three receptions for 33 yards prior to his exit from Thursday's contest.
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  • Ravens' Mark Andrews: Won't return against Bucs

    Andrews has been downgraded to out after suffering a shoulder injury in Thursday's game against the Buccaneers. Andrews suffered the injury early in the second quarter and was spotted in the medical tent prior to walking into the locker room. The severity of the issue remains unclear, but he'll be forced to miss the second half of Thursday's game after recording three receptions for 33 yards early on. Isaiah Likely has taken over as the team's pass-catching tight end since Andrews has been sidelined.
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  • Ravens' Mark Andrews: Dealing with shoulder issue

    Andrews is questionable to return to Thursday's matchup against Tampa Bay after suffering an apparent shoulder injury, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports. Andrews didn't practice throughout the week due to a knee issue, though he apparently suffered a new injury early in the second quarter of Thursday's game. There's no word as to the severity of the issue, though Andrews was spotted inside the medical tent prior to walking to the locker room. He recorded three receptions for 33 yards prior to his exit. So long as Andrews is sidelined, Isaiah Likely and Josh Oliver are projected to step into more substantial roles.
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  • Ravens' Mark Andrews: Active for Thursday's game

    Andrews (knee) is listed as active for Thursday night's game against the Buccaneers. Andrews, who was listed as a non-participant at practice Monday through Wednesday, was able to play through his knee issue in this past Sunday's win over the Browns en route to logging 56 of a possible 64 snaps on offense, while not hauling in either of his two targets in the contest. He'll tough it out again Thursday, and barring any in-game setbacks or limitations, the Ravens' top tight end will have a chance to bounce back from his quiet Week 7 effort. Overall, Andrews has recorded a 39-455-5 line on 59 targets through seven outings to date.
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