Andrews signs deal with Ravens
Mark Andrews is set to stay with the Baltimore Ravens for four more years as he signed a new deal that would see him earn $56 million. The star is off for a great run in the 2021-22 season as he aims to go for more tries at the playoffs as well.
As soon as he turned 26, the Ravens tight end star agreed to sign the new deal. This makes Mark the third highest-paid player at this spot. This means that the star will stay with the team all the way to the 2025 season.
While that may keep the Ravens intact, this is also a promise that the team is gunning for a title. No one can deny the fact that Mark brings a lot of talent to the Ravens and keeping him with the squad is a win that every team hopes for.
Mark made the big call to stay with the Ravens and give them a chance at more title runs. He is the type of player that the Ravens hope to keep as well. He brings a lot of grit and strong will for the Ravens, which makes them one of the best teams in the league.
As a leader, that made the team hyped for his runs and the next five years look to be a strong chance for the Ravens to prove their worth. For Mark, this is a huge step towards success as he enters the close of his prime years.
Since 2019, Mark is the first in catches, fourth in receiving yards and fifth in receptions among all tight ends. That is even a huge plus since the Ravens are known to run the ball far more than any other team in the league.
Keeping Mark is one of the team’s big goals before the 2021-22 season begins. The 2019 Pro Bowler will now only be 29 when he hits the market again - if the Ravens would even let that happen as well.
This is a win that the Ravens will treasure as they now shift their focus to their games for the season. Now is the time for Mark to shine and help the team win.
Words: Paul Daniel Flores