Ja’Wuan James ruptured his Achilles tendon with the Ravens
Baltimore’s left tackle was injured in the Week 1 game against the Jets and will be out for the rest of the season.
The left tackle Baltimore Ravens, Ja’Wuan Jameswill miss the rest of the season after Pause the achilles tendon left leg for the second time in the past 16 months.
jameswho was playing his first game in three years, was injured in the second quarter of the team’s win. crows, 24-9, against the New York Jets. He was pushed by rookie Micheal Clemons and had to leave the field on the service cart.
This represents more time on the button for jameswho pulled out of the 2020 season due to COVID-19 and then missed all of last season after breaking his achilles tendon of the left leg in May 2021. james He is in the final year of his two-year, $4.575 million contract.
“It’s a bit of a different tear, it’s come off the bone,” the Los Angeles head coach said. crows, John Harbaugh, after the game this Sunday. “He’s not a middle man. He says he’s better than he was last time and he’s determined to get back in time.”
james he was playing in place of Pro Bowl left tackle Ronnie Stanley, who was sidelined with a left ankle injury. It’s unclear if Stanley, who has trained just three times since being activated from the physically disabled list, will be ready for the game. Baltimore against the Miami Dolphins in Week 2.
Patrick Mekari, the team’s No. 3 left tackle, guarded Lamar Jackson’s blindside for the entire second half.
Jackson showed he wasn’t distracted by the lack of a contract extension. Two days after negotiations stalled until the end of the season, Jackson threw for 213 yards and three touchdowns.
With the victory, Jackson became the fifth quarterback in the Super Bowl era to win at least 38 of his first 50 starts. Jackson trails only Patrick Mahomes and Ken Stabler, who won 40 of their first 50 NFL starts.
“Lamar played exceptionally well,” Harbaugh said. “He played a game of a patient and veteran quarterback. He was in control.”
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