Mark Andrews may not be done for the season, after all.
John Harbaugh provided an update on Monday, saying there's "an outside chance" the tight end could return at some point this year.
The Baltimore Ravens thought Andrews suffered a season-ending left ankle injury against the Cincinnati Bengals last Thursday.
"My understanding is in talking with our trainer and the doctors is that it wasn't as bad as initially feared right after the game," Harbaugh said. "It's a little cleaner than they thought based on the MRI."
Harbaugh said Andrews is currently with Dr. Robert Anderson in Charlotte, North Carolina, and the team will know more when he returns later in the week.
"There might be an outside chance he could get back at some point in time," Harbaugh said. "So we'll just have to see how that goes though. And I don't want to say that's definitive by any stretch, but there is some optimism."