Mark Andrews Fantasy Football News 2019

11:10am EDT 10/13/19

Ravens TE Mark Andrews (shoulder) is active for today’s game against the Bengals. Although he’s not at 100%, there was never any concern about Andrews’ availability for this one. He remains a TE1 with upside.

Ravens TE Mark Andrews (shoulder) is expected to play against the Bengals today, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. Andrews had been playing through a foot injury and is now battling this shoulder. But he's still seen 7+ targets in every game this season and remains a locked-in TE1.

Ravens TE Mark Andrews (shoulder) is listed as questionable for this weekend's game against the Bengals. He was sidelined Wednesday, limited on Thursday and a full-go on Friday. It's worth noting that this is a different injury from the foot issue that's plagued Andrews for the past few weeks. But he's fully expected to play on Sunday and remains a locked-in TE1.

11:09am EDT 9/29/19

Ravens TE Mark Andrews (foot) is active for today’s game against the Browns. He only got in a limited practice on Friday and probably won’t be at 100% today. But Andrews remains a solid fantasy starter at the weak TE position.

Ravens TE Mark Andrews (foot) is listed as questionable for this weekend’s game against the Browns. He only got in a limited practice on Friday but expects to play on Sunday. “These trainers have an idea for me to come out Sunday and be 100 percent,” Andrews said. “I’m well on my way there.” The foot issue obviously adds risk — but Andrews remains a top 6 fantasy option.

Ravens TE Mark Andrews (foot) missed his 2nd straight practice on Thursday. He's been playing through this foot issue the past 2 weeks -- but this is the 1st time he's sat out consecutive practices. We'll see if he's able to get back on the field tomorrow and then how Baltimore lists him on the final injury report.

11:09am EDT 9/22/19

Ravens TE Mark Andrews (foot) is active for today’s game against the Chiefs. He was limited in practice all week, and ESPN’s Adam Schefter called him a game-time decision this morning. It adds risk to Andrews’ Week 3 fantasy profile, but he still checks in as a top-5 TE play.

The forecast for today's Ravens-Chiefs game calls for a 70% chance of rain. There are flash flood warnings in the area, so it sounds like the rainfall could be heavy. The good news is that wind shouldn't be a major problem, with the forecast calling for 10-13 mph. We'll keep an eye on this as we get closer to 1 pm ET kickoff and adjust the Week 3 rankings as needed.

Ravens TE Mark Andrews (foot) is expected to play against the Chiefs today, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. Andrews was listed as questionable after just 2 limited practices this week. But he was also listed as questionable last week before turning in a huge game against the Cardinals. He's safe to keep in fantasy lineups.

Update: ESPN's Adam Schefter is less optimistic than Rapoport, calling Andrews "50/50" to play today. Make sure to check back around noon ET for his official game status.

Ravens TE Mark Andrews (foot) is listed as questionable for this weekend's game against the Chiefs after limited practices on Thursday and Friday. Andrews was listed as questionable last week before dropping an 8-112-1 line on the Cardinals. He should be fine for Week 3, but check back around noon ET on Sunday to make sure he's active.

11:09am EDT 9/15/19

Ravens TE Mark Andrews (foot) is active for today’s game against the Cardinals. He didn't practice on Friday and was listed as questionable — but HC John Harbaugh said Friday that he had "no concern" about Andrews. Feel free to get him into fantasy lineups after a promising opener.

Ravens TE Mark Andrews (foot), WR Marquise Brown (hip) and RB Mark Ingram (shoulder) -- all listed as questionable -- are expected to play against the Cardinals today, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. We never heard much concern about any of these guys, so we'd use them in fantasy lineups as you normally would.

Ravens TE Mark Andrews (foot) didn't practice on Friday and is listed as questionable for this weekend's game against the Cardinals. HC John Harbaugh said Friday that he has "no concern" about Andrews. But his status is at least worth checking on when inactives are announced around 11:30 am on Sunday.

Ravens TE Mark Andrews has been drawing rave reviews from multiple beat writers early in training camp. The latest comes from The Athletic's Jeff Zrebiec, who called Andrews the team's "most dangerous and productive offensive player" through the 1st week of camp. It's certainly worth noting that Baltimore has 1 of the weakest WR corps in the league, especially with 1st-round rookie Marquise Brown still sidelined with his foot injury. But that's also an argument in favor of Andrews: He could lead the Ravens in targets this season. Andrews is a nice upside TE2 pick for fantasy squads. Folks aren't sleeping on him, though. His ADP in DRAFT best balls over the past week is sitting in the 10th round as the 11th TE off the board.

Ravens TE Hayden Hurst is undergoing foot surgery on Friday to repair a stress fracture in his foot. He'll have a screw inserted to stabilize the area. NFL Network's Mike Garafolo reports that Hurst is expected to miss 3-4 weeks, but that sounds very optimistic to us. Foot injuries tend to be extremely tricky -- and we often see setbacks and/or compensatory issues pop up. Hurst seemed set to play a significant role in Baltimore's passing game, but this news should knock him out of your draft plans. Baltimore will open the season with some combination of Nick Boyle, Maxx Williams and rookie Mark Andrews at TE. None of them are worth picks in your fantasy draft. Hurst's absence should just mean more targets for WRs Michael Crabtree and John Brown.

The Ravens added Oklahoma TE Mark Andrews in the 3rd round of the 2018 NFL Draft. He joins 1st-rounder Hayden Hurst in Baltimore's TE room. Andrews isn't much of a blocker but turned into 1 of Baker Mayfield's top targets over the past 2 years. He posted a 31-489-7 line in 2016 and then exploded for 62 catches, 958 yards and 8 scores this past year. Andrews tested as a mediocre 44th percentile athlete and will never be a big-play threat at the next level. But there's some Jason Witten-esque craftiness to his game.

 
 
 

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