How the Ravens' offense can (and can't) replace Mark Andrews
The first time Isaiah Likely had to do his best Mark Andrews imitation, quarterback Lamar Jackson played as if he couldn’t tell the difference.
The Ravens hadn’t been planning to replace their Pro Bowl tight end. But, in a Week 8 game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers last season, Andrews suffered a second-quarter shoulder injury. Likely, less than two months into his rookie season, stepped in and stepped up.
The fourth-round pick caught tightly contested passes over the middle. He …