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Mark Andrews

#1 TE,


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191 FPTS



180 FPTS



27 yrs


6'5'' / 247 lbs



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Limited to two grabs in return

RotoWire Logo Published: 2024-01-28

Andrews (leg) secured both targets for 15 yards in the Ravens' 17-10 AFC Championship Game loss to the Chiefs on Sunday.

Andrews' remarkable recovery and return from a significant mid-November leg injury culminated in an underwhelming performance, with Lamar Jackson often facing pressure from the Chiefs' aggressive front and Andrews, along with the rest of Baltimore's pass catchers, struggling to get open. The fact the talented tight end managed to get healthy enough to suit up is certainly encouraging from a longer-term perspective, however, and Andrews is expected back next season, albeit with a hefty $16.9 million cap hit, in what will be the fourth year of a five-year deal signed before the 2021 season.

Fantasy Points by Week 2022


Weekly Stats 2022

Fantasy PointsBettingReceiving StatsRoutes Run
1 @NYJ Outdoor 69° 10.2 11th 2.04-6.544.57552010.48.22.20%30024%53%21%21%
2 MIA Outdoor 77° 25.7 1st 2.57-3.543.5119104111.68.92.710%51038%50%33%15%
3 @NE Outdoor 69° 28.9 1st 3.61-2.544.513889211.16.64.511%41048%51%26%23%
4 BUF Outdoor 58° 3.5 41st 1.753.552.5521507.55.52.00%00018%58%20%21%
5 CIN Outdoor 52° 22.9 2nd 2.86-3.048.510889111.16.54.60%31037%53%21%26%
6 @NYG Outdoor 61° 23.6 2nd 3.37-5.545.5117106115.112.72.430%70034%65%11%22%
7 CLE Outdoor 63° 0.4 50th 0.40-6.546.520000.00.00.00%00013%46%27%20%
8 @TB Outdoor 76° 6.3 23rd
11 CAR Outdoor 36° 12.3 7th 2.05-12.541.58663010.58.52.014%30025%66%16%17%
12 @JAC Outdoor 77° 11.0 12th 2.75-3.045.57450012.58.83.820%21023%48%28%23%
13 DEN Outdoor 63° 9.4 9th 1.88-8.538.57453013.39.83.520%31019%57%16%21%
14 @PIT Outdoor 42° 3.7 23rd 1.852.537.5621708.56.52.00%10035%52%24%20%
15 @CLE Outdoor 34° 6.1 23rd
16 ATL Outdoor 17° 7.5 18th 2.50-6.535.55345015.010.34.70%21031%46%29%24%
17 PIT Outdoor 44° 19.0 3rd 2.11-1.535.599100011.17.43.70%40045%49%31%18%

Performance Splits: 2020 to 2022

Fantasy PointsReceiving Averages
Home Outdoor 24 110.71.9220th8.05.5670.512.38.93.46%
Away Outdoor 18 130.81.8033rd7.85.3620.411.77.83.98%
Away Dome 2 25.21.7413th6.04.0650.
Away Retractable Dome 2 02.31.1436th4.02.0260.

Career Stats by Season: 2018 to 2022

Fantasy PointsReceiving StatsRoutes Run
2018 23 BAL 16 3 107 17th5034552316.21168%22829%47%39%11%
2019 24 BAL 15 4 207 5th98648521013.39510%2816123%49%36%12%
2020 25 BAL 14 2 170 6th8858701712.1938%3110022%47%38%10%
2021 26 BAL 17 9 301 1st1531071,361912.7843%6120026%53%30%15%
2022 27 BAL 15 15 191 3rd11373847511.68310%397024%54%24%21%
Yards ball travels in the "Air" per completion. "YAC" is average yards gained after catch. "Drop"ped pass rate. "Share" of team passing targets.

No injury desination

RotoWire Logo Published: 2024-01-26

Andrews (leg) doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's AFC Championship Game against the Chiefs.

The Ravens removed Andrews from injured reserve Friday morning, with coach John Harbaugh clarifying shortly thereafter that he intended for the tight end to play. We now have a second form of confirmation, and it's not much of a surprise given that Andrews has been listed as a full participant on every practice report since last Wednesday. The tight end declined to comment on his possible snap count when reporters asked Friday, leaving it unclear if he'll return to his pre-injury role or cede a lot of snaps to highly capable backup Isaiah Likely. Either way, this will be Andrews' first game since suffering a fibula fracture and ankle ligament injury in Week 11 (Nov. 16) during a win over the Bengals.

Confirmed ready for Sunday

RotoWire Logo Published: 2024-01-26

Coach John Harbaugh said Friday that Andrews (leg) will play in Sunday's game against the Chiefs "unless there's some kind of a problem" following his activation from injured reserve.

Harbaugh is merely stating the obvious -- that Andrews is being activated to play and not just as a decoy/distraction. The Ravens presumably would've removed him from injured reserve last week before facing the Texans if they sought to benefit from deception, so the real question now entails the extent of Andrews' role rather than whether or not he'll play. On that front, the Ravens aren't likely to reveal anything ahead of time, so we'll probably have to wait until Sunday to see how TE snaps are split between Andrews and capable backup Isaiah Likely. As well as Likely has played the past couple months, Andrews is still bigger, faster and more experienced, though he won't necessarily have his usual speed/explosiveness in the first game back after missing nine weeks.

Activated from IR

RotoWire Logo Published: 2024-01-26

The Ravens activated Andrews (ankle) from injured reserve Friday, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports.

Andrews, who Baltimore reportedly expects to make his return to the field during Sunday's AFC Championship Game matchup against Kansas City, is now officially eligible to do so now that he's back on the active roster. The star tight end was designated for return from injured reserve Jan. 12 and has since put forth a number of full practice sessions. Those are all positive indications that Andrews, who at this point looks fully on track to suit up Sunday, may be able to hit the ground running in his first NFL action since Week 11.

Another full practice

RotoWire Logo Published: 2024-01-24

Andrews (ankle) practiced fully Wednesday.

Since the Ravens designated Andrews for return from injured reserve Jan. 12, he managed back-to-back uncapped practices last week but wasn't activated ahead of this past Saturday's divisional-round win against the Texans. Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reported earlier Wednesday that Andrews is expected to get back on the active roster for Sunday's AFC Championship Game against the Chiefs, and his ensuing full session seems to reiterate that point. Baltimore will need to activate Andrews by 4:00 p.m. ET on Saturday in order for the tight end to be available one day later.

Expected to return vs. Chiefs

RotoWire Logo Published: 2024-01-24

The Ravens expect Andrews (ankle) to return from IR and suit up for Sunday's AFC Championship Game against the Chiefs, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.

Andrews logged two full practice sessions ahead of last Saturday's divisional-round win over the Texans, but he wasn't officially activated from IR in time to suit up for the contest. Heading into the AFC Championship Game it looks like Andrews, who hasn't played since cracking his left fibula and suffering ligament damage in his left ankle Nov. 16, is trending toward a return. Coach John Harbaugh remained cautious when asked about Andrews' status Monday, however, saying "if he's ready to play, he'll play," per Clifton Brown of the Ravens' official site. Isaiah Likely has impressed while filling in as Baltimore's top tight end, so the team will have the luxury of easing Andrews into action if he isn't ready for his usual full snap share Sunday, but does make his return to the field.

Won't return Saturday

RotoWire Logo Published: 2024-01-19

The Ravens didn't activate Andrews (ankle) from injured reserve ahead of Saturday's divisional-round contest against the Texans, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports.

Andrews has been on injured reserve since cracking his left fibula and suffering ligament damage in his left ankle on Nov. 16, but Baltimore opened his practice window last Friday, and he followed that up with an LP/FP/FP practice regimen this week. The team will continue to exercise caution with their top tight end, though, with his next game action contingent on his teammates securing a spot in the AFC Championship Game. In the meantime, Isaiah Likely and Charlie Kolar will continue to handle TE reps for the Ravens.

Not expected to suit up Saturday

RotoWire Logo Published: 2024-01-19

The Ravens are not expected to activate Andrews (ankle) in time for Saturday's divisional-round playoff matchup against the Texans, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.

Andrews was listed as a full participant in practice Wednesday and Thursday, but Baltimore reportedly doesn't plan to activate him from IR by Friday's 4:00 p.m. ET deadline. The standout tight end is working his way back from a significant ankle injury suffered Nov. 16, and it looks like a more realistic target for his return could be the AFC Championship Game, should the Ravens beat Houston and advance that far. If Andrews is indeed sidelined Saturday it will fall to Isaiah Likely, who has scored five times in his last five appearances, to operate as Lamar Jackson's starting TE.

Saturday status TBD

RotoWire Logo Published: 2024-01-18

Andrews (ankle) is listed as questionable for Saturday's divisional round playoff game against the Texans after being a full practice participant both Wednesday and Thursday, Ryan Mink of the Ravens' official site reports.

While Andrews, who suffered a major ankle injury on Nov. 16, appears to be trending in the right direction, coach John Harbaugh noted Thursday that the star tight end's status for the Ravens' postseason opener is "still up in the air." For his part, Andrews suggested Wednesday that he'd be inclined to play this weekend if he feels he can help the team. Either way, in order to have a chance to face Houston on Saturday, Andrews will need to be activated from IR ahead of Friday's 4 p.m. ET deadline.

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