Tight end Mark Andrews will play in soggy Arrowhead Stadium Sunday afternoon, giving the Ravens one of their top offensive weapons against the Chiefs.
Andrews was on the field early in pregame warmups to test out his foot. He sat out Wednesday’s practice and was limited on Thursday and Friday.
Andrews also missed practice time last week, but still caught eight passes for 112 yards and a touchdown against the Arizona Cardinals. He has topped 100 yards and caught a touchdown in each of his first two games.
Defensive tackle/fullback Pat Ricard is also active after being listed as questionable with a back injury.
The Ravens’ other inactives are quarterback Trace McSorley, wide receiver Jaleel Scott, cornerback Jimmy Smith (knee), safety Brynden Trawick (elbow), inside linebacker Otaro Alaka, guard Ben Powers and defensive tackle Daylon Mack.
Trawick’s addition means rookie outside linebacker Jaylon Ferguson will make his NFL debut, adding more pass rush against MVP Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs. Ferguson has been making big strides in practice, according to coaches.
The Chiefs will have running back LeSean McCoy, who has been dealing with an ankle injury. That’s big for Kansas City since fellow running back Damien Williams (knee) was ruled out.
Kansas City’s other inactives are top wide receiver Tyreek Hill (shoulder), starting left tackle Eric Fisher (groin), defensive lineman Khalen Saunders, offensive lineman Martinas Rankin, offensive lineman Nick Allegretti and former Ravens offensive lineman Greg Senat.