Ravens tight end Mark Andrews is not expected to play in Baltimore's Week 13 game against the Dallas Cowboys on Tuesday night, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.
Andrews has been on the reserve/COVID-19 list since this past Saturday. The tight end was one of nearly two dozen Ravens players who was placed on the COVID list since the team's outbreak began on Nov. 22.
The tight end has Type 1 diabetes -- which could potentially put him at further risk. But according to head coach John Harbaugh, Andrews is feeling well and hasn't had any "negative consequences."
"I have not been informed of any issues," Harbaugh said on Friday. "[I] talked to Mark a couple of days ago, I'm due to call to him again. I have not heard of any negative consequences of the diabetes with Mark up until this point. So that's a positive."
While Andrews won't be returning for Baltimore's game versus Dallas, the Ravens will reportedly get MVP quarterback Lamar Jackson back for the matchup. Jackson tested positive for the coronavirus on Nov. 26.
Andrews, who made his first Pro Bowl in 2019, is Baltimore's top receiver this season with 38 receptions, 454 yards and six touchdowns.