Andrews (thigh) tested positive for COVID-19 on Saturday and has been ruled out for Tuesday's game against the Steelers, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
Andrews will be one of two Ravens added to the reserve/COVID-19 list Sunday, with star pass rusher Matt Judon being the other following his own positive COVID-19 test, per Ian Rapoport of NFL Network. They become the 10th and 11th Ravens players to test positive, rendering both unable to play Tuesday. As Schefter notes, Andrews is a Type 1 diabetic, so the tight end could be more vulnerable to the symptoms of the coronavirus than most of his peers. The Ravens haven't commented on Andrews' status beyond Week 12, but he seems unlikely to clear the protocol in time for Baltimore's Week 13 game Dec. 7 versus Dallas. With Andrews and Patrick Ricard on the reserve/COVID-19 list and Nick Boyle (knee) on injured reserve, the Ravens are currently without a tight end on the 53-man roster.
Andrews (thigh) is listed as questionable for Tuesday's contest against the Steelers, Daniel Oyefusi of The Baltimore Sun reports.
It remains to be seen if the Ravens will actually play the Steelers during their scheduled Tuesday timeslot after players from both teams were placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list Saturday, but if the game is still on, expect Andrews to be a game-time decision. The fact the tight end continues to maintain a "limited" designation during the virtual practices is likely a positive sign, but more information will be available Monday should the game still remain scheduled to take place during its projected time.
Andrews (thigh) was listed as limited on Friday's practice estimate, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports.
The Ravens are holding all team activities virtually due to a COVID-19 outbreak among teammates and staff members, but Andrews has maintained a 'limited' listing on all five injury reports this week. With their Week 12 matchup rescheduled a second time to Tuesday, when they're slated to visit Pittsburgh, he likely will be on the receiving end of passes from Robert Griffin due to Lamar Jackson (illness) residing on the reserve/COVID-19 list. And that's assuming the game is played at all.
Andrews (thigh) was listed as limited on Thursday's practice estimate.
We'll revisit the tight end's status Friday to see if he approaches the Ravens' Week 12 game against the Steelers -- now scheduled for Sunday at 1:15 p.m. ET -- fully cleared to play or tagged with an injury designation.
Andrews (thigh) was listed as a limited participant on Wednesday's estimated practice report.
Andrews was also limited Tuesday, as the Ravens continue to exercise caution with him while he manages the injury. After the NFL elected to postpone Thursday's game against the Steelers to Sunday, Andrews will now have added time to prepare for the Week 12 matchup.
Andrews (thigh) was a limited participant in Tuesday's walkthrough practice.
Coming off a season-high 56 offensive snaps, Andrews has logged back-to-back limited practice sessions to start the week. The third-year tight end also dealt with a thigh injury prior to a Week 5 game against the Bengals, in which he posted a 6-56-1 line. Andrews will aim to upgrade to full participation Wednesday and shake the injury tag before Thursday's AFC North matchup against the Steelers.
Andrews was limited at Monday's walk-through due to a thigh injury.
Andrews made a sudden appearance on the Ravens' Week 5 injury report just before a matchup with the Bengals, with a thigh issue the root cause. He proceeded to suit up and score one of his six touchdowns on the season. Now with a cap on his practice reps to begin Week 12 prep, the status of Andrews bears watching in advance of Thursday's visit to Pittsburgh.
Andrews recorded five receptions on seven targets for 96 yards and a touchdown in Week 11 against the Titans.
Andrews delivered several big plays in the contest, highlighted by a 31-yard touchdown reception early in the third quarter. He also tacked on additional receptions of 30, 15 and 14 yards, serving as a deep threat for the Ravens throughout the game. The effort marked the first time that Andrews logged a reception of greater than 20 yards since Week 4. He'll draw a matchup against the Steelers in Week 12, a defense that limited him to three receptions for 32 yards in their first matchup.
Andrews hauled in seven passes (nine targets) for 61 yards in Sunday's 23-17 loss to New England.
Andrews' touchdown drought extended to four games, but he was able to set new highs in receptions and yards. The fact that 61 yards represents the star tight end's season high is a reflection of the down year he is having following a breakout 2019 campaign. Part of the blame can be placed on Lamar Jackson's regression as a pocket passer, but the duo took a step forward despite the losing effort. Given how shallow the tight end position is, Andrews remains a top fantasy option heading into an AFC bout against the Titans in Week 11, especially with fellow tight end Nick Boyle (14 receptions, 113 yards and two touchdowns in 2020) suffering a season-ending knee injury Sunday.
Andrews caught three of five targets for 22 yards in Sunday's 24-10 win over the Colts.
Lamar Jackson only needed to attempt 23 passes on the afternoon, and while Andrews did tie Marquise Brown for the team lead in targets, the modest volume didn't translate into much production. Fellow tight end Nick Boyle wound up leading the Ravens with only 46 receiving yards. After scoring five TDs in the first five games of the year, Andrews has now failed to get into the end zone in three straight heading into another tough matchup against the Patriots in Week 10.
Andrews caught three of his six targets, producing 32 receiving yards during Sunday's 28-24 loss to the Steelers.
Lamar Jackson threw two touchdown passes Sunday and Andrews was involved in neither, a slightly surprising development after he reeled in five of the quarterback's 10 TD passes between Weeks 1 and 7. Scoring plays have largely salvaged Andrews' fantasy value in 2020, as Baltimore ranks 31st in passing offense after posting a 24th-place finish in that category a year ago. A Week 9 matchup against the Colts is challenging, as Indianapolis holds league lows with 222 receiving yards and no touchdowns surrendered to the tight end position.
Andrews caught two of four targets for 21 yards during Sunday's 30-28 win over the Eagles.
Although the Ravens scored 30 points for the fifth time in six games, Andrews finished with a new season low in yardage as the Eagles defense made a concerted effort to stop him. He has five touchdowns through the first six games of the season, but he still hasn't reached 60 receiving yards and has been held under 30 three times, creating a somewhat touchdown-dependent fantasy profile. Andrews will enjoy a bye next weekend before taking on the Steelers in Week 8.
Andrews corralled six of his nine targets for 56 receiving yards and a touchdown during Sunday's 27-3 win against the Bengals.
The reigning Pro Bowl tight end has been on a tear in the scoring department with TDs on three of his 12 targets the past two weeks. Andrews has been held to three or fewer receptions on three occasions thus far this season, but his five total TDs compensate for the low catch total. A thigh injury that hindered Andrews throughout the practice week is something to keep an eye on, but after he made it through Sunday's contest with no issue, he's seemingly a full-go for a Week 6 matchup against the Eagles. Heading into the weekend's slate of games, Philadelphia ranked second-worst in the NFL with five receiving TDs surrendered to opposing tight ends.
Andrews (thigh) is listed as active for Sunday's game against the Bengals.
As expected, Andrews is a go after being added to the Ravens' injury report Thursday in the wake of logging a limited practice and subsequently being one of 12 players listed as questionable by the team for Sunday's game. Through four contests, the tight end has hauled in 12 of his 20 targets for 166 yards, with two-TD efforts in both Week 1 and Week 4.
Andrews (thigh) is expected to play Sunday against the Bengals, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
Andrews was added to the injury report Thursday with the thigh issue and was a limited practice participant before being listed as questionable, but it appears the injury won't impact his availability for Week 5. The 24-year-old has caught 12 of 20 targets for 166 yards and four touchdowns through the first four games of the season.
The Ravens list Andrews (thigh) as questionable for Sunday's game against the Bengals.
Andrews made his first appearance of the season on the injury report Thursday, when he was listed as a limited participant due to the thigh issue. While he was limited again in Friday's session, the Ravens don't seem to be too concerned about Andrews' status for the weekend. According to Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com, Andrews was jogging and moving around well in the portion of Friday's practice that was open to the media, so the tight end should be ready to handle a normal snap count Week 5. Official word on Andrews' status will arrive when the Ravens release their inactive list approximately 90 minutes before Sunday's 1 p.m. ET kickoff.
Andrews has been added to the Ravens' Week 5 injury report as a limited participant in Thursday's practice, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports.
Andrews was completely absent from Wednesday's injury report, a hint that his thigh issue may have been sustained during practice. How much the star tight end is able to do in Friday's session should go a long way in determining whether his status for Sunday's upcoming contest against the Bengals is in any jeopardy.
Andrews recorded three receptions for 57 yards and two touchdowns in Week 4 against Washington.
Andrews bounced back from a tough Week 3 performance when he appeared out of sync with Lamar Jackson. He recorded a pair of touchdowns in a single game for the second time this season, hauling in scores of 25 and 22 yards. There was little else left for Andrews to do throughout the game, as the Ravens attempted only 23 passes in their lopsided victory. Andrews will have another favorable matchup in Week 5, as Baltimore will face off against the Bengals.
Andrews caught three of eight targets for 22 yards in Monday night's 34-20 loss to the Chiefs.
Andrews and the rest of the Ravens offense had a performance to forget, but the tight end's failure to come up with a catchable, would-be touchdown during the third quarter made his outing all the worse. On the bright side, Andrews at least led Baltimore in targets, setting a new season high in the category as well. Following back-to-back down performances, Andrews should be desperate to return to his best form in Week 4 versus Washington.
Andrews caught one pass for 29 yards on three targets Sunday against the Texans.
It was a quiet outing from Andrews after his strong showing in the season opener. He played just 58 percent of the snaps (38 total), a significant drop-off from the 71 percent he played Week 1. His target volume dropped down to just three, which was his lowest count since Week 14 of 2019. Andrews figures to be more involved Week 3 against the Chiefs.
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|2||Sun 09/20||@ HOU||W 33-16||1||29||29.0||29||0|
|3||Mon 09/28||vs KC||L 20-34||3||22||7.3||13||0|
|4||Sun 10/04||@ WAS||W 31-17||3||57||19.0||25||2|
|5||Sun 10/11||vs CIN||W 27-3||6||56||9.3||14||1|
|8||Sun 11/01||vs PIT||L 24-28||3||32||10.7||18||0|
|9||Sun 11/08||@ IND||W 24-10||3||22||7.3||13||0|
|10||Sun 11/15||@ NE||L 17-23||7||61||8.7||13||0|
|11||Sun 11/22||vs TEN||L 24-30||5||96||19.2||31||1|
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