The Baltimore Ravens have released their list of inactives ahead of their Week 11 meeting with the Carolina Panthers and tight end Mark Andrews is not on the list.
Andrews is active for Week 11 as he will make his return from a two-week absence. Running back Gus Edwards, who was listed as questionable, will be inactive, however.
Edwards (hamstring/knee), cornerback Jalyn Armour-Davis (hip), linebacker Josh Bynes, offensive guard Ben Cleveland, tight end Charlie Kolar, and outside linebacker David Ojabo are the six Ravens inactives this week.
Edwards and Armour-Davis are the only two who had injury designations going into the week, but Kolar and Ojabo are still working their way back after being activated off the injured reserve.
The Ravens will have Mark Andrews in Week 11
The most notable news from this list of inactives is that Andrews will suit up for Week 11. The All-Pro tight end was forced to miss the team’s Week 9 game against the New Orleans Saints after injuring his shoulder the previous week.
The bye week couldn’t have come at a better time for the Ravens as Andrews was afforded an extra week to rest and recover.
That extra week didn’t prove as fruitful for Edwards, however, as he will miss his second consecutive game after injuring his hamstring in his second game back from injury. The Ravens will instead lean on Kenyan Drake, Justice Hill, and Mike Davis once again.
Armour-Davis has been dealing with a hip injury and has been active just once since Week 3. Veteran Daryl Worley (who else?) has been elevated from the practice squad to play in his place.
The remaining inactives aren’t a surprise, although some were hoping to see Ojabo make his NFL debut. It looks like the Ravens will give him another week before throwing him out there.
Kickoff is scheduled for 1 pm ET.