By Mark Viviano

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Ravens Tight end Mark Andrews fell down to the ground in pain with full-body cramps on Thursday during practice — a reminder of what can happen when teams work hard in the heat.

Day number two in South Carolina started pleasantly. Then after a warm-up, the Ravens and Panthers began to heat up. Another day of intense practice under the South Carolina sun.

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“We got a lot out of these practices (towels off)…it’s pretty hot.”

Too hot for Ravens Pro Bowl Tight End Mark Andrews. — an ambulance was called in to help tend to him after he went down in pain with severe cramps.

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“It’s always unfortunate, get him right.”

The Andrews scare was a down note on an otherwise productive two days of joint practices with the Panthers.

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“I thought it was excellent, should make us better.”