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Injuries to Ravens’ Mark Andrews, Anthony Levine Sr. 'not serious’; both say they’ll play Thursday vs. Jets

Ravens tight end Mark Andrews (right knee) and defensive back-linebacker Anthony Levine Sr. (ankle) suffered injuries during Sunday’s game against the Buffalo Bills and did not return in the second half.

Both players left the sideline to walk to the locker room in the second quarter. With Levine, a contributor on defense and special teams, out of the game, safety Chuck Clark lined up as the punt protector in the second quarter.

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After the Ravens’ 24-17 win, coach John Harbaugh said the injuries to Andrews, which is “maybe [a] thigh bruise type of thing,” as well as Levine, are not serious.

“Both those guys told me they’d be back Thursday [against the New York Jets],” Harbaugh said. “We’ll see how that goes as the week goes on.”

Andrews entered Sunday’s game with a team-leading 53 receptions for 693 yards and seven touchdowns.

Quarterback Lamar Jackson struggled in the first half without Andrews, completing five of 10 passes for 61 yards, one touchdown and an interception. The interception was Jackson’s first since Week 5.

But on the third play of the second half, Jackson threw a 61-yard touchdown pass to tight end Hayden Hurst, giving the Ravens a 17-6 lead.

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