May 27, 2024

The Baltimore Ravens, a formidable force in the NFL, are gearing up for their Divisional Round game against the Houston Texans, and there’s a possibility that a key offensive weapon may return to action. The Ravens have been playing without their talented tight end since mid-November, making his potential comeback a significant development.

As the AFC’s number one seeds, the Ravens kick off their playoff journey on Saturday against the Houston Texans, who secured a convincing victory over the Cleveland Browns in the wildcard round. The emergence of outstanding rookie quarterback C.J. Stroud adds an extra layer of challenge for the Ravens’ defense.

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The potential boost for the Ravens comes in the form of tight end Mark Andrews, widely regarded as one of the best in his position across the entire NFL. Andrews has been sidelined due to an ankle injury since mid-November, but there are positive signs as he returned to practice this week. Moreover, he actively participated in full sessions towards the end of the week.

Expressing his commitment to the team, Andrews stated, “Just knowing how good this team is, how good our players are, how good our tight ends are, if I feel like I’m going to be helpful to the team, I’m going to go.” He emphasized his dedication to doing everything possible to get back on the field, acknowledging the team’s depth and the support of the coaching staff.

This potential return of Mark Andrews adds an intriguing dimension to the Ravens’ already formidable offense as they embark on their postseason journey.

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