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Fantasy implications of Mark Andrews’ limited first practice of Divisional Round

Ravens TE Mark Andrews is dealing with an ankle injury that limited him in practice on Tuesday. We break down the implications for the Divisional round.

Baltimore Ravens tight end Mark Andrews celebrates after catching his second touchdown of the day during the first half against the Cleveland Browns at FirstEnergy Stadium. Ken Blaze-USA TODAY Sports

The Baltimore Ravens returned to practice on Tuesday, and tight end Mark Andrews was listed as limited due to an ankle injury. Andrews suffered the injury in Week 16 and did not take part in practice or the game in Week 17.

Andrews has dealt with a couple injuries this season, with a knee injury limiting him previously. He did not miss a game until Week 17, and he likely would have sat out that game even if he was completely healthy.

Hayden Hurst and Nick Boyle will get practice reps in place of Andrews, but the star tight end is a strong bet to play on Saturday against the Tennessee Titans in the Divisional round of the 2020 NFL Playoffs. He has a great matchup in front of him, facing a Titans defense that ranked 23rd in DKFP allowed to tight ends. Marquise Brown and Willie Snead will get looks, but Andrews is Jackson’s top target. Look for Andrews to have a big day.