Ravens' All-Pro Tight End Heads to Locker Room

The Baltimore Ravens find themselves in an early hole against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and they may be short one of their best players as they attempt to climb out of it. Tight end Mark Andrews exited in the second quarter and has yet to return.
Andrews appeared shaken after a reception, trotting to the sideline under his own power before hunching over in obvious pain. He was later shown heading to the locker room. He had earned a questionable tag on the Ravens' final injury report of the week due to a knee injury.

Andrews has been the Ravens' best pass catcher over the past two seasons. He hauled in an amazing 107 receptions for 1361 yards in 2021, earning the first All-Pro of his career. He has been similarly spectacular in 2022, averaging a team-leading 65.0 yards per game across his first six starts.

Andrews joined the Ravens as their 86th overall pick in the 2016 NFL Draft. He emerged as one of the league's deadliest receiving tight ends in his second year, earning a Pro Bowl in 2017. He has totalled 302 receptions for 3921 yards and 34 touchdowns over his 69 appearances entering tonight.

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