A key Baltimore Ravens starter experienced a possibly genuine injury right off the bat in Saturday's preseason triumph over the Washington Football Team.
Running back J.K. Dobbins was offed the field, putting no weight to his left side leg. The running back had his leg bowed in reverse in the wake of getting a screen pass. He promptly got his left knee.
Dobbins was taken straightforwardly to the blue clinical tent. He was trucked to the storage space and precluded with a knee injury.
The seriousness of the injury stayed indistinct after the game.
"He'll get tried tomorrow and we'll see where we're at, by then," Ravens mentor John Harbaugh said.
The second-year back looked great on two early conveys, showing burst and trickiness, creating 15 yards, including a 10-yard fly to open the Ravens' first drive.
It would be an enormous hit to the Ravens' run-substantial offense if the double danger Dobbins is out for a drawn out period. Falling off a 805-yard hurrying newbie season, in which he flooded down the stretch, Dobbins was in line to have an enormous second season. Presently, that may all be in peril.
The injury is a foreboding sign for the Ravens, who were playing most of their starters as they looked to win their twentieth consecutive preseason game. Lamar Jackson, seeing his first preseason activity, was additionally sacked twice, including the play after Dobbins went down. Jackson sat down after one drive, completing 3-of-4 passing for 29 yards.