Posted: 9/15/2019 9:09 am UTC
Baltimore Ravens TE Mark Andrews (foot) is officially active for the team's Week 2 game.
Huddle Up: Andrews played well in Week 1 and likely will receive a solid amount of targets against the Arizona Cardinals. He can be a low-end No. 1 tight end in deeper leagues.
Posted: 9/15/2019 6:09 am UTC
Updating a previous report, Baltimore Ravens TE Mark Andrews (foot) is expected to play in Week 2's game against the Arizona Cardinals, even though he was listed as questionable on the injury report, according to a source.
Huddle Up: Andrews had eight receptions for 108 yards and a touchdown last week and is worthy of consideration as a TE1 in most fantasy formats this afternoon.
Posted: 9/13/2019 2:09 pm UTC
Baltimore Ravens TE Mark Andrews (foot) did not participate in practice Friday, Sept. 13, and is listed as questionable for Week 2.
Huddle Up: Andrews is expected to play this week, but fantasy players should check the inactive list for his official status. He posted 108 yards and one touchdown in Week 1 and can be a No. 1 tight end in fantasy leagues this week.
Posted: 8/19/2019 10:08 pm UTC
Baltimore Ravens TE Mark Andrews has been a 'touchdown monster' during training camp, according to Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com, and offensive coordinator Greg Roman said Andrews and QB Lamar Jackson are building a special relationship. 'The chemistry he's developing with Lamar, that's something you can't manufacture,' Roman said.
Huddle Up: Andrews was one of Jackson's favorite targets after he took over as the starting quarterback last season, and it doesn't sound like the relationship will change in 2019. For fantasy owners who wait to address the tight end spot, Andrews offers TE1 potential.
Posted: 7/08/2019 7:07 pm UTC
Baltimore Ravens TE Mark Andrews could be 'a featured receiving target' as a big body over the middle or even split out wide if offseason practices were any indication.
Huddle Up: It makes sense, as the Ravens could easily decide to start two rookie receivers and have a quarterback in Lamar Jackson who will probably be asked to make safe throws more often than not. He should be poised to improve on his 34 catches for 552 yards and three touchdowns as a rookie and make for a solid TE2 in most leagues.
Posted: 7/05/2019 2:07 am UTC
Baltimore Ravens TE Mark Andrews was a 'weapon all over the field' during minicamp, according to Mike Preston of The Baltimore Sun, and Preston said Andrews was a 'favorite target' of QB Lamar Jackson inside the red zone.
Huddle Up: If Andrews emerges as Jackson's go-to safety valve, especially in the red zone, he could end up sneaking into TE1 territory. For now, grab him a a TE2 with upside.
Posted: 6/17/2019 2:06 pm UTC
Baltimore Ravens TE Mark Andrews looks bigger, faster and stronger, in the opinion of beat writer Jeff Zrebiec. He made a ton of plays the last couple of weeks, according to Zrebiec.
Huddle Up: Andrews surprised as a rookie with a 34-552-3 season and could be a sneaky TE2 flyer late in drafts.
Posted: 1/06/2019 9:01 pm UTC
Baltimore Ravens TE Mark Andrews posted three receptions for 31 yards on seven targets in the AFC Wild Card playoff game against the Los Angeles Chargers.
Huddle Up: Andrews was the top tight end option in Baltimore down the stretch, but it's expected that Hayden Hurst will enter 2019 as the top man on the depth chart. It's likely Andrews still has a role, but he isn't expected to be much of a fantasy option in the new season.
Posted: 11/25/2018 9:11 pm UTC
Baltimore Ravens TE Mark Andrews caught one pass for 74 yards against the Oakland Raiders in Week 12.
Huddle Up: Andrews has played well at times this season but has been targeted only one time in three of the last five games. He should not be a starting option at this point, but owners can keep an eye on him because he could be valuable later in the season.
Posted: 11/04/2018 9:11 pm UTC
Baltimore Ravens TE Mark Andrews caught three passes for 50 yards against the Pittsburgh Steelers in Week 9.
Huddle Up: Andrews has been targeted 11 times over the last two weeks and could receive a bigger role in the passing game after the team's bye. He is not a starting option at this point, but owners can keep an eye on him moving forward.