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Mark Andrews to be a game-day decision for Week 11 vs. Panthers

We break down the news that Mark Andrews has a shoulder and knee injury. What it means for Week 11 and beyond.

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Friday update: Andrews was able to get in a full practice on Friday, which is a good sign despite being a game-day decision. He should be trending toward playing.

Friday update: John Harbaugh told reporters that Andrews will be a game-day decision, per Jonas Shaffer. If he can’t go, Isaiah Likely is a must start.

Friday update: Andrews got in a limited practice Wednesday and Thursday and was seen at the start of practice on Friday, which he hadn’t been the previous two days. This is a good sign that he got more work on Friday, but he could still be limited and questionable for the game.

Thursday update: Andrews wasn’t spotted during the media viewing window of practice on Thursday, but that same thing happened on Wednesday and he ended up getting in a limited practice.

Wednesday update: Andrews practiced in a limited capacity on Wednesday, marking his first practice since Oct. 27.

Baltimore Ravens tight end Mark Andrews did not practice on Wednesday ahead of the Sunday matchup against the Carolina Panthers. Andrews has been dealing with multiple injuries to his shoulder and knee that have either limited or completely kept him out of several games this season.

Fantasy football implications for Week 11

It’s a good thing the Ravens have a solid backup in rookie Isaiah Likely, who has stepped up to fill Andrews’ shoes. Andrews has scored a touchdown in each of the Ravens’ last two games and could be a good choice to pick up from the waiver wire if your tight end is on a bye in the next couple of weeks.

Though Likely has added up over 200 receiving yards this season, the Ravens are missing their receiving yards leader in Andrews, who has 488 yards and five touchdowns so far this season. Andrews will likely try to wait until he is fully healthy and recovered to play again after attempting to come back earlier this season and leaving a game with another injury.