Mark Andrews Has Been Ruled Out Due To A Shoulder Injury

Tight end The Ravens announced on their verified Twitter account that Mark Andrews of the Baltimore Ravens has been ruled out for the rest of the team’s Thursday night football game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers due to a shoulder injury.

During the third quarter of Thursday’s (October 27) game, the Ravens tweeted, “Mark Andrews (Shoulder) Is Out.”

Mark Andrews, a tight end for the Baltimore Ravens, hurt his shoulder during the team’s game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Thursday Night Football, and it’s not clear if he’ll be able to play again.

Andrews had the most receptions (39), targets (59), receiving yards (455), and touchdowns (5) of any Ravens player before Thursday’s game. He ended the game with three receptions for 33 yards.

Prior to Thursday night’s game, the former All-Pro tight end had been dealing with a knee injury before being announced as an active participant hours before kickoff.

Andrews has only missed one game in his five years in the NFL. His last missed game was in 2020.


Mark Andrews injury: How long will the Baltimore Ravens TE be out for?

While the nature of Andrews’ injury is unknown, it could be an ac joint sprain if not too serious. If it’s a grade 1 sprain, he’ll be out for a game or two. He could miss two to four games if he suffered a grade two sprain.

Andrews made an early impact, recording three receptions for 33 yards on the game’s first few drives.

The Ravens selected him in the third round of the 2019 NFL Draft with pick number 86.

He’s been one of the league’s best tight ends in each of his four full seasons. Last season, he set a career-high with 107 receptions and 1,361 yards, and he led the league in tight end touchdowns with nine.

He was named to the Pro Bowl in both 2019 and 2021, and he was named first-team All-Pro last season.

If Andrews is out for an extended period of time, Raven’s offense and Lamar Jackson will suffer as he is the best weapon on the team.

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