Ravens TE Mark Andrews was not hospitalized after his severe cramping bout, despite the arrival of a couple ambulances at practice.— Jonas Shaffer (@jonas_shaffer) August 19, 2021
The Baltimore Ravens No. 1 tight end Mark Andrews had to leave practice on Thursday after he suffered severe cramping, per the team. He received an IV and ice massage to alleviate the pain and the ambulance on stand by at practice assisted.
Was a scary scene with Mark Andrews. They brought him under tent, ambulance down to side of field. Seems like situational has settled down.— Jeff Zrebiec (@jeffzrebiec) August 19, 2021
Coach John Harbaugh called the injury “serious cramping,” per Jamison Hensley. At this point it appears Andrews is going to be okay, but I’m sure they’ll keep him under observation. Humidity and heat indexes are high in the northeast and heat must have been a big factor for Andrews.
Andrews and the Ravens look to bounce back in 2020 after finishing second to the Pittsburgh Steelers in the NFC North. The star tight end will be a big factor in their 2020, as he’s been their most reliable receiver over the last couple seasons. Baltimore are favorites to win the NFC North over at DraftKings Sportsbook with +115 odds.