Former Oklahoma Tight End Mark Andrews Is Turning Heads At Ravens' Offseason Camp

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Second-year NFL veteran and former Oklahoma tight end Mark Andrews is showing offseason gains and is making “tons of plays” during offseason Ravens’ practices, according to Jeff Zrebic of the Athletic.

Zrebic describes Andrews as “looking bigger, stronger and faster, ” than last season when the then-rookie hauled in 34 receptions for 552 yards for a beleaguered Ravens passing offense. In 2019-20 season, with second-year starting quarterback Lamar Jackson under center, Andrews stands to have a huge breakout season reaching for 800-plus yards, some might say.

The Ravens added an additional threat to the lineup alongside Andrews during the offseason with the addition of first-rounder and former Oklahoma teammate, WR, Marquise Brown. The addition of Brown's ability to stretch the field, Jackson entering his second season and a monster Ravens offensive rushing attack that led the league last season will only enhance Andrews playmaking abilities.

The 6-foot-5 tight end was drafted 86th overall and signed a four-year, $3.4M rookie contract last season.
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