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Mark Ingram, Mark Andrews both listed as questionable on final injury report

The Ravens are a bit banged up in spite of the week off. We break down what the final injury report means for the Divisional Round.

Mark Andrews of the Baltimore Ravens celebrates with Mark Ingram II after catching a 20-yard touchdown pass during the first quarter against the San Francisco 49ers at M&T Bank Stadium on December 01, 2019 in Baltimore, Maryland. Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images

The Baltimore Ravens host the Tennessee Titans in the Divisional Round of the 2020 NFL Playoffs, and in spite of a bye week, Baltimore has some big questions. Tight end Mark Andrews and running back Mark Ingram are both listed as questionable after getting in limited workouts on Thursday.

Andrews sprained his ankle in Week 16 and sat out Week 17. He was limited all three days this week and is expected to be available for Saturday’s game.

Ingram strained his calf in Week 16 and sat out Week 17. He was making progress but had a setback earlier this week with his calf tightening up. He was a DNP on Tuesday and Wednesday before Thursday’s limited workout. Head coach John Harbaugh said, “[w]e’ll see how it goes” when asked about Ingram’s status for Saturday, according to beat writer Jamison Hensley.

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Whether or not Ingram plays, Gus Edwards and Justice Hill will likely have a role in Saturday’s game. If Ingram sits, Edwards would get the start and Hill would serve in a complementary role. If Ingram plays, Edwards and Hill would complement Ingram and likely cut into his workload a decent amount. It cuts back significantly on Ingram’s daily fantasy value for this weekend. And if the Ravens jump out to a big lead, we could see his workload cut even further.