Ravens tight end Mark Andrews is on track to play in the team’s season opener after he returned to practice Wednesday.

Andrews, who was limited by a quadriceps injury, hadn’t practiced since before the Ravens’ Aug. 21 preseason game against the Washington Commanders. Coach John Harbaugh said after practice Wednesday that Andrews, who led the team in receiving last season, “looked good. He looked fine.” Left tackle Ronnie Stanley (ankle) was also limited.

Cornerback Marlon Humphrey (foot) was the team’s only player not to practice Wednesday, dimming hopes that the three-time Pro Bowl selection could be ready for Week 1. Harbaugh said Monday that Humphrey was doing “great” in his recovery from minor foot surgery and that he was “right on schedule,” but didn’t provide a timetable for his return.

If Humphrey is unavailable, the team could turn to a number of outside cornerbacks opposite Rock Ya-Sin, including Brandon Stephens, Kevon Seymour, Ronald Darby and Jalyn Armour-Davis.


Jonas Shaffer is a Ravens beat writer for The Baltimore Banner. He previously covered the Ravens for The Baltimore Sun. Shaffer graduated from the University of Maryland and grew up in Silver Spring.

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