The Ravens listed tight end Mark Andrews (quad) as questionable for Sunday’s game against the Houston Texans. Andrews, who missed Monday’s practice, was limited throughout the week and told reporters he was unsure if he would play.

Cornerback Marlon Humphrey will miss Sunday’s game as he recovers from minor foot surgery.

Humphrey, a three-time Pro Bowl selection, underwent an operation in mid-August to address a lingering injury and hasn’t practiced since. Coach John Harbaugh said Humphrey’s rehabilitation is “right on schedule.”

Rock Ya-Sin is expected to start at outside cornerback in Week 1 against Houston and rookie quarterback C.J. Stroud. Brandon Stephens, Kevon Seymour, Ronald Darby and Jalyn Armour-Davis could all see time at the other outside spot.

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Wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. (ankle) and left tackle Ronnie Stanley (ankle), who have been limited at points in practice this week, were full participants Friday.

Houston, meanwhile, comes into Week 1 with a lengthy list of injuries. The Texans ruled out two starters in safety Jimmie Ward (hip) and linebacker Blake Cashman (hamstring), along with wide receiver John Metchie III (hamstring). Running back Dare Ogunbowale (hamstring) was listed as questionable.

The Texans were already without starting right tackle Tytus Howard (hand surgery), who was placed on injured reserved this week.