Baltimore Ravens tight end Mark Andrews suffered a shoulder injury in the Thursday Night Football game of Week 8 against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The injury forced him off the field and as per the latest reports, he remains questionable to return in the remainder of the game.
The 27-year-old returned from another injury in Week 8 and the injury against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers forced him to leave the field. Andrews was taken to the medical tent after he went off the field and headed to the locker room with six minutes remaining on the clock for the second quarter.
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The 27-year-old suffered the injury during a 6-yard reception with 11:25 remaining on the clock for the second quarter. Andrews looked visibly in pain as he was holding his shoulder as he went off the field and to the medical tent.
He registered 3 receptions out of 5 targets for 33 yards and 1 first down during his time on the field. At the time of his injury, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers were leading 10-3 over the Baltimore Ravens.
Andrews has registered 39 receptions out of 59 targets for 455 yards, 5 touchdowns, 28 first downs and 2 carries for 7 yards so far in the 2022 NFL season. He has also recorded 302 receptions out of 448 targets for 3,921 yards, 34 receiving touchdowns, 212 first downs, and 3 carries for 7 yards so far in his career.
Andrews did not participate in practice in the week before the Thursday Night Football game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers with a knee injury. He was, however, announced active for the game but suffered the injury in the second quarter. As per reports, Andrews could be out for 4-6 weeks owing to the shoulder injury, however, no official announcement regarding his injury has been made by the Ravens so far.