The Baltimore Ravens tight end Mark Andrews is expected to return from injury in time to face the Carolina Panthers on Sunday, sources revealed to ESPN.
Andrews missed the Ravens’ 27-13 victory over the New Orleans Saints in Week 9 as he was recovering from shoulder and knee injuries. The player appeared to be recovering well during the Ravens’ bye in Week 10 and was upgraded to a full participant in Friday’s training after spending the previous two days as a limited participant.
News of Andrews’s return will be a welcome sight for the Ravens, given that he currently leads the team in receptions (42), receiving yards (488), and touchdown catches (5). This is the first time in Andrews’s five-year career that he has missed a game due to injury.
Star quarterback Lamar Jackson and running back Gus Edwards are questionable for Sunday’s game. While Jackson is battling illness in an effort to be fit for the game, Edwards is faced with hamstring and knee injuries. Both players are expected to be fit in time to play in at least a limited capacity.