Mark Andrews Suffers Shoulder Injury vs. Buccaneers

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Top Ravens pass catcher Mark Andrews went to the locker room in the first half and was ruled out at halftime with a shoulder injury.

Andrews and Ravens wide receiver Rashod Bateman (foot) were both unavailable in the second half of Baltimore's 27-22 win in Tampa Bay on Thursday Night Football, but it doesn't sound like they should be out too long.

"They are not serious. Rashod was a tweak of what he had before, and Mark is not a serious, long-term injury," Head Coach John Harbaugh said after the game.

Andrews made back-to-back catches for a combined 27 catches on the Ravens' first two offensive plays of the game, but he took a big hit on the second. He was blanketed on two key third down incompletions after that, including one in the red zone.

After Andrews caught a third pass midway through the second quarter for a 6-yard gain, he was clearly in pain and went immediately to the sideline. After going into the blue medical tent, Andrews was taken to the locker room.

Andrews leads the Ravens in receptions (39), targets (59), receiving yards (455) and touchdowns (5). He didn't practice at all this week entering the game and sat out most of last week's practice time too, though that was listed as a knee issue.

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