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Mark Andrews upgraded to limited at Tuesday practice in Week 15

Ravens TE Mark Andrews is making progress back from a bruise between his knee and thigh.

Levi Wallace of the Buffalo Bills tries to knock down a pass to Mark Andrews of the Baltimore Ravens during the first half at New Era Field on December 8, 2019 in Orchard Park, New York. Photo by Timothy T Ludwig/Getty Images

The Baltimore Ravens had some good news following Tuesday’s practice for Week 15 Thursday Night Football. Quarterback Lamar Jackson was a limited participant in practice and is showing improvement. Additionally, tight end Mark Andrews was listed as a limited participant a day after sitting out practice.

Andrews suffered a knee injury on Sunday and had to leave the game. John Harbaugh described it as a contusion between the knee and thigh, but said it was not serious. Given the short week, there was some concern about Andrews’ status for TNF, but he seems to be making progress.

Fantasy football analysis: Ravens TE Mark Andrews

Odds are decent Andrews will be listed as questionable on the final injury report and we’ll have to wait until Thursday for an answer. The upside to that is it’s the first game of the week, so there’s no rolling the dice on him playing or not.

If he does not play, Hayden Hurst and Nick Boyle would split tight end work. Hurst would be the more valuable waiver option, particularly against a shaky Jets defense.