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Ravens vs. Chiefs: Jaylon Ferguson debut, Mark Andrews playing through the pain

The Ravens third-round pick will see his first game action

Arizona Cardinals v Baltimore Ravens Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images

With a few injuries shuffling the roster around, the Ravens have activated third-round pick Jaylon Ferguson against the Kansas City Chiefs. The career NCAA sack-leader will see his first action as the Ravens defense looks to pressure Patrick Mahomes.

Tight end Mark Andrews is active despite a foot injury. The current NFL leader in receiving yards by a tight end will play through the pain as the Ravens battle the Chiefs through torrential downpours in Kansas City.

Chiefs running back LeSean McCoy will also be active, which will be crucial for the Chiefs who are without RB Damien Williams.

The weather will seemingly be the major wild card in Arrowhead, although Chiefs fans seemingly aren’t impacted by the heavy rain. Cars were waiting outside of the Chiefs stadium from the wee hours of the morning. Today is the Chiefs home opener. Following their 8-1 home record in 2018-19, they’re looking to remain strong in their house as Lamar Jackson looks to avenge his only regular season loss.