The extension will make Andrews the third-highest-paid tight end in football in terms of APY behind just George Kittle and Travis Kelce. That’s probably about right given Andrews’ place among the NFL’s elite tight ends.
Andrews’ contract situation was one of the talking points of the offseason with the Ravens looking to get a deal done as soon as possible. Their goal has long been to reach an agreement before the season started.
And on Monday night, they did just that.
Andrews will be staying in Baltimore for the foreseeable future as the organization was able to lock up one of its best players.
While the Andrews extension is certainly a great start, the Ravens’ work is far from over.
A number of other players are on expiring contracts and could be looking for extensions in the near future. Some of those players have already earned it making their impending extensions more of a formality.
But for others, they’ll turn to the 2021 season as they look to prove that they deserve a new contract.
Let’s take a look at three players the Ravens could look to extend with Mark Andrews’ new contract in the books.