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Mark Andrews | Ravens TE

Date of Birth:  09/06/1996
Age:  25
Height  6'5"
Weight:   254
College:  Oklahoma
Drafted:  2018 | Round 3 | Pick 86
Depth Chart:  Starter

Mark Andrews | Ravens TE


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Mark Andrews | Ravens TE

The Ravens are signing Mark Andrews to a four-year extension.

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport says it's a $56 million extension, which at $14 million per year makes Andrews the highest-paid tight end in the league annually. Andrews is former league MVP Lamar Jackson's most-trusted target on offense, and he'll obviously now remain a key part of Baltimore's attack for the next handful of years. Clearly, this salary indicates the Ravens expect major production from Andrews.

Mark Andrews | Ravens TE

The Ravens have activated Mark Andrews from the reserve/COVID-19 list.

Andrews will fortunately return for Monday night's game against the Browns, and he will immediately be back in high-end TE1 range in a great matchup. The return of the star tight end is obviously good news for Lamar Jackson's outlook as he hopes to finish strong for what looks like a tremendous end-of-season schedule.

Mark Andrews | Ravens TE

Mark Andrews tested positive for COVID-19 and is out for Week 12.

Andrews is another headlining player that will be out for Baltimore, and we hope he will make a full recovery if he has the virus, especially considering he has type 1 Diabetes. Luke Willson could see most of the snaps at tight end on Tuesday night.

Mark Andrews | Ravens TE

Mark Andrews (knee) is officially active for the Ravens.

Andrews is good to go for the Divisional Round against the Titans, and he probably would have been listed as probable if that was still offered as an injury designation. The second-year tight end will be a key part of the offense for Baltimore tonight.

Mark Andrews | Ravens TE

Mark Andrews (ankle) is officially listed as questionable for the Divisional Round.

It would be a shock if Andrews wasn't on the field and in his usual role on Saturday night, so look for him to make a big impact against a Tennessee defense that has shown some vulnerability to opposing tight ends.

Mark Andrews | Ravens TE

Mark Andrews (knee) is officially active for Thursday night.

Andrews said he expected to play tonight, and he's officially active for the Ravens. There is some more risk associated with Andrews this week because of the injury, but you can still lock him into fantasy lineups as a TE1 for the playoffs.

Mark Andrews | Ravens TE

Mark Andrews (knee) is officially listed as questionable for tomorrow night.

Andrews expects to play against the Jets, but it might not be only up to him. The good news is the second-year tight end is playing in the first game of the week, and his status will be known tomorrow evening an hour and a half before kickoff.

Mark Andrews | Ravens TE

Mark Andrews' knee injury is considered minor, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.

This was the hope yesterday, and it sounds like Andrews will have a shot to play this Thursday night against the Jets. It'll be difficult to gauge Andrews' status based on a very light week of practice, but hopefully he can be listed as questionable on the final Week 15 injury report when it's released on Wednesday. Hayden Hurst would get a boost and could be in the TE1 mix if Andrews is out this week.

Mark Andrews | Ravens TE

Mark Andrews (knee) is officially doubtful to return for the Ravens.

It would be a surprise if Andrews is able to return in the second half of today's game at Buffalo. Before leaving, Andrews caught one pass for 14 yards before leaving.

Mark Andrews | Ravens TE

Mark Andrews (knee) is officially questionable to return for the Ravens.

It's unclear when exactly Andrews was injured, but it might have been on a diving attempt for a pass to the corner of the end zone early in the game. We'll update you as more information becomes available on Andrews' status.

Mark Andrews | Ravens TE

Mark Andrews (foot) is officially active for Week 4.

Andrews was officially listed as questionable to face the Browns, but there was little doubt he’d again be ready to go. You can safely insert Andrews into your fantasy lineup as a TE1 for Week 4.

Mark Andrews | Ravens TE

Mark Andrews (foot) is officially listed as questionable for Week 4.

This will likely be the same path for Andrews as last week when he was listed as questionable before ultimately playing. If there were still "probable" designations, Andrews would likely be racking them up. Still, with a "questionable" tag, just check back in on Sunday at 11:30 AM ET to ensure that Andrews is active against the Browns.

Mark Andrews | Ravens TE

Mark Andrews (foot) is officially active for Week 3.

Andrews continues to deal with a foot issue, but he’ll be out there to face the Chiefs in a highly anticipated game. The No. 1 fantasy tight end through two weeks, Andrews is a high-upside TE1 for Week 3.

Mark Andrews | Ravens TE

Mark Andrews (foot) is officially listed as questionable for Week 3.

Andrews was limited in practice today, but he’s fully expected to be ready for Sunday’s big game at Arrowhead Stadium. Just be sure to double check that Andrews is active on Sunday morning.

Mark Andrews | Ravens TE

Mark Andrews goes over 100 yards again in Week 2.

Following up a 8/108/1 line to open the season, Andrews kept it going versus the Cardinals in Week 2, catching eight passes for 112 yards and a touchdown. The score came in the first quarter when Andrews got wide open for a 25-yarder up the right sideline, and the second-year tight end remained open all day. Andrews has been an integral part of a surprising Ravens passing attack, but keep in mind that the Cardinals have been very soft against tight ends this season after giving up 131 yards and a touchdown to rookie T.J. Hockenson in Week 1. Still, Andrews has clearly earned TE1 status at this point, and he might be involved in a Ravens-Chiefs shootout next Sunday.

Mark Andrews | Ravens TE

Mark Andrews caught three passes for 31 yards in Sunday's loss to the Chargers.

The rookie saw a team-high seven targets in a 23-17 defeat, and he clearly established himself as the team's No. 1 tight end to close out the year. Andrews' explosiveness likely gives him an advantage over 2018 first-rounder Hayden Hurst as a fantasy option to open the 2019 season, but he won't be much more than a low-end TE2.

Mark Andrews | Ravens TE

Mark Andrews caught four passes for 54 yards in Sunday's win over the Browns.

Andrews caught four-of-five targets, as he continues to be a favorite for Lamar Jackson. The Oklahoma product finishes his rookie campaign with 34 receptions for 552 yards (16.2 average) and three touchdowns. Andrews will look to be a reliable target for Jackson in the postseason.

Mark Andrews | Ravens TE

Mark Andrews catches 68-yard touchdown in win over the Chargers.

Andrews caught two passes for 83 yards, including the highlight score in the third quarter where Lamar Jackson hit him perfectly in stride and the rookie did the rest as he showed impressive speed to sprint for six. Cleveland will be an attackable matchup in the season finale as Baltimore looks to potentially win the AFC North, but Andrews won't be anything more than a low-end TE2 option.

Mark Andrews | Ravens TE

Mark Andrews catches two passes against the Bucs.

Andrews gained 31 arid on his two receptions in the Ravens' Week 15 victory. Andrews is not a recommended fantasy option for fantasy finals, especially in a tough matchup with the Chargers this Saturday night.

Mark Andrews | Ravens TE

Mark Andrews leads the Ravens in Week 13 receiving.

Andrews caught all three targets against the Falcons, gaining 47 yards on his three receptions. In a crowded tight end group, Andrews looks like the clear top option of the bunch at the moment.

Mark Andrews | Ravens TE

Mark Andrews catches 74-yard pass in win over the Raiders.

Baltimore's third-round pick was able to catch a perfect pass down the right sideline in stride, and he nearly took it all the way with his underrated speed. The only catch of the game for Andrews was enough to lead the team in receiving by a wide margin (no one else had more than 25 yards), but likely he needs a big play or score to be worth using as a TE2 option with bye weeks now concluded.

Mark Andrews | Ravens TE

Mark Andrews catches 19-yard pass in win over the Bengals.

It was his only reception and target of the game. Andrews is a weekly touchdown threat, but he won't be a recommended TE2 next week against the Raiders no matter who is under center for the Ravens.

Mark Andrews | Ravens TE

Mark Andrews has a solid day, but Ravens fall to the Steelers, 23-16.

Andrews caught three-of-six targets for 50 yards in the loss. Baltimore's third-round pick was a good option for Joe Flacco over the middle, but he couldn't haul in an end-zone target on a slightly underthrown ball in traffic. Look for the rookie to remain involved alongside first-rounder Hayden Hurst down the stretch, but he won't be a recommended streamer after the Week 10 bye.

Mark Andrews | Ravens TE

Mark Andrews caught four passes for 31 yards in Sunday's loss to the Panthers.

Andrews continues to be heavily involved as a receiving tight end despite fellow rookie and first-round pick Hayden Hurst now being healthy, but he's on pace for just a 36/388/4 line at the season's midway point. Fantasy owners should look elsewhere for Week 9 as Pittsburgh comes to town.

Mark Andrews | Ravens TE

Mark Andrews scores in loss to the Ravens.

Andrews caught an eight-yard touchdown in the second half, but it was his only target of the game. Baltimore's third-round pick isn't a recommended fantasy option heading into a matchup with the Panthers.

Mark Andrews | Ravens TE

Mark Andrews catches two passes against the Titans.

Andrews gained 20 yards on his two receptions (four targets) in the Week 6 win. The rookie tight end isn't a highly-recommended fantasy option at the moment.

Mark Andrews | Ravens TE

Mark Andrews catches one pass in Week 5.

Andrews gained 16 yards on his lone reception versus Cleveland. Especially with fellow rookie Hayden Hurst now in the lineup, it's too difficult to trust any of Baltimore's tight ends as fantasy options.

Mark Andrews | Ravens TE

Mark Andrews catches both targets in Ravens' win.

Andrews gained 12 yards on his two receptions against the Steelers. The rookie tight end is on pace for 40 receptions this season, but Baltimore's tight end group is too balanced to trust any of them in fantasy at the moment.

Mark Andrews | Ravens TE

Mark Andrews catches two passes in Week 3.

Andrews gained 59 yards on his two receptions, with his catches going for 30 and 29 yards. The rookie tight end is playing well to start his NFL career, but Baltimore's tight end group is too crowded to trust him in fantasy lineups.

Mark Andrews | Ravens TE

Mark Andrews catches first career touchdown on Thursday Night Football.

Andrews did a good job of making himself available in the flat at the goal line for a scrambling Joe Flacco, who hit him on the run. Congrats to Andrews on his first career touchdown. Overall, he had three receptions for 18 yards and the score. The rookie tight end is already a solid contributor for the Ravens, but he's difficult to trust in fantasy lineups while he's splitting time in the tight-end group.

Mark Andrews | Ravens TE

Mark Andrews catches three passes in pro debut.

Andrews was targeted four times in the Week 1 Ravens win, gaining 31 yards on his three receptions. The rookie tight end is not a fantasy option at the moment, as he's low on the depth chart.

Mark Andrews | Ravens TE

The Ravens have selected Oklahoma tight end Mark Andrews with the No. 86 pick (third round) in the 2018 NFL Draft.

This is a bit of a surprise after the Ravens drafted fellow tight end Hayden Hurst in the first round last night, but Baltimore is probably trying to totally revamp their tight end group. Andrews was one of No. 1 overall pick Baker Mayfield's favorite targets in college and caught 62 passes for 958 yards and eight touchdowns. Andrews had at least seven touchdowns in each of his three seasons at Oklahoma (22 total), so he knows how to score. He will likely compete with Hurst for the starting tight end job in Baltimore, but we would anticipate them both having a role on offense as rookies.