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Mark Andrews suffers injury in fourth quarter vs. Ravens, returns in OT

Ravens tight end Mark Andrews left Week 5 with an undisclosed injury. He returned in overtime.

Mark Andrews of the Baltimore Ravens gets wrapped up by Terrell Edmunds and Steven Nelson of the Pittsburgh Steelers during the first half at Heinz Field on October 6, 2019 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Photo by Joe Sargent/Getty Images

Editor’s update: Andrews returned to action and caught a pass in overtime. He appears to be good to go in this one.

The Baltimore Ravens are in a back-and-forth contest with the Pittsburgh Steelers, and they are at least temporarily without star tight end Mark Andrews. He suffered an injury midway through the fourth quarter as he attempted to catch a pass. Andrews led the team with three receptions for 41 yards when he left with the injury.

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Andrews has been dealing with a foot injury the past three weeks. He has sat out at least one practice each week, but has progressed to play on Sunday. This week, he was a DNP on Wednesday, limited on Thursday, and full on Friday. We’re waiting for word on Andrews, but this likely means more practice breaks for Andrews. Whether it means any missed time is still to be determined.

Hayden Hurst is Andrews’ backup in the passing game. He has four receptions for 32 yards at the time of Andrews’ departure.