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Tyler Greenawalt

Texans vs. Ravens inactives: DE Jerry Hughes out again, TE Mark Andrews not activated for Baltimore

Both the Houston Texans and Baltimore Ravens appear to be almost full strength in their divisional round match at M&T Bank Stadium.

The Texans won’t have five players in this match, led by defensive end Jerry Hughes for the second consecutive game. Other key contributors on the defense like Will Anderson Jr. will play after a few missed practices this past week. Davis Mills will once again by C.J. Stroud’s back-up.

The Ravens are only missing seven players, too, but they won’t have tight end Mark Andrews back after the team did not activate him from injured reserve. He’s missed every game since Week 12 with an ankle injury.

“Knowing how good this team is, how good our players are, how good our tight ends are, if I feel like I’m going to be helpful to the team, I’m going to go,” Andrews said, via the team website. “If I feel like I’m close but not there, I’m going to let these guys go and hopefully get there next weekend.”

Baltimore will get return specialist Devin Duvernay back in this game. He’s been out since Week 14 with a back injury.

This will be a clash of two teams trending upward. The Texans just dismantled the Cleveland Browns in the wild card round, while the Ravens rested their starters for the past two games.

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