- University of Maryland graduate
- Lives in the Baltimore area with his wife and son
BALTIMORE — Mark Andrews’ 5-yard, one-handed touchdown grab made it a familiar beginning for the fast-starting Baltimore Ravens.
A wide-open Andrews leapt to pull in a sailing Lamar Jackson pass with his right hand to cap a successful first drive of 2020. It was reminiscent of last season, when the Ravens led the NFL with eight opening-drive touchdowns.
Andrews picked up where he left off from last season, when he finished second in the NFL with 10 touchdown catches.
For Jackson, he started at a faster pace than last year’s NFL MVP campaign. He threw his first touchdown of the 2020 season on his second pass. Last year, it took him until his third pass for his first touchdown pass.
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