The Ravens have given tight-end Mark Andrews a new contract. On Monday it was announced the team and Andrews had reached an agreement on a new four-year deal worth $56 million.
Andrews, 26, will be guaranteed $37.6 million as part of the new deal that will pay him $14 million per year. That number is behind George Kittle and Travis Kelce at tight-end.
After reaching double digit touchdowns in 2019, Andrews was held to seven last season finishing with 58 receptions and 701 receiving yards. The Ravens figure to lean on Andrews this season which could see him increase all of those stats.