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Ravens activate Mark Andrews from the Covid-19 list for Week 14

The Ravens will get their top receiving target back this week against the Browns.

 Baltimore Ravens tight end Mark Andrews runs by Pittsburgh Steelers free safety Minkah Fitzpatrick in the fourth quarter at M&T Bank Stadium.  Mitchell Layton-USA TODAY Sports

The Baltimore Ravens will get tight end Mark Andrews back this week, as they prepare to face the Cleveland Browns on Monday night, per The Baltimore Sun’s Jonas Shaffer. Andrews has missed the last two games due to Covid-19 and will be a welcome addition to the Ravens pass game.

Lamar Jackson hasn’t put up the passing numbers he did in his MVP season last year, but Andrews remains his top target. Andrews has six touchdowns on the season, but his best game came in his last outing, as he caught five passes for 96 yards and a touchdown against the Titans. Before that game, he had yet to top 61 yards receiving.

He will return to face the Browns, who Andrews caught two touchdowns against on opening day. It will be a good matchup, but the Browns have come on of late and should be a tougher matchup than they were Week 1.