After having quarterback Lamar Jackson back at the helm, the Baltimore Ravens remain to be a man down as tight end Mark Andrews is reportedly not getting off the team's reserve/COVID list in time for their Week 13 tilt against the Dallas Cowboys, as per ESPN's Adam Schefter.

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Andrews recently tested positive for the virus over the weekend and was one of the last players who were infected after the team suffered a major outbreak last week. However, the former Oklahoma standout was previously diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes that could further aggravate his condition given the recent contraction of the virus.

He managed to suit up for their Week 11 encounter against the Tennessee Titans where he balled out and chalked up 96 receiving yards on five receptions and a scored touchdown. Despite the team's efforts, the Titans still narrowly escaped with a 30-24 victory in overtime.

His contributions and presence on the offensive end as a receiving threat was missed by the team as the Ravens lost on another tight matchup via a 19-14 decision against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Not only Andrews but also Lamar Jackson didn't get to play in Week 12 due to a recent positive COVID-19 case as well.

Now back with the team, the 2019 NFL MVP will aim to find ways and power through without one of his reliable weapons on the field in a bid to end their ongoing three-game losing skid.

The Ravens are hoping to get Mark Andrews back in time for their Week 14 showdown against the Cleveland Browns to bolster their chances of grabbing a spot in the upcoming playoffs.