Ravens right tackle Morgan Moses was taken to the locker room after suffering a left heel injury during the second quarter of Sunday’s game against the New York Giants.
When quarterback Lamar Jackson completed an 18-yard pass to tight end Mark Andrews with 2:16 left, Moses fell to the ground while backpedaling and was in obvious pain before his trainer attended him. Moses was able to jump off the field before being taken to the locker room in a cart and was ruled to have trouble returning. .
Moses, 31, signed a three-year, $15 million contract with Baltimore in the offseason to secure a much-needed position in the offensive line. Moses, who played for the New York Jets last season after his seven-year career with the Washington Commanders, appeared in 118 straight games, alongside Commanders’ Charles Reno Jr., as his offensive lineman. In he recorded his third longest active streak. .
The Ravens are tackling thin, with Patrick Mecali, Ronnie Stanley and rookie Daniel Faarere being the only healthy players at the position. Veteran Jauan James tore his Achilles tendon in the season opener against the Jets.
Mekari replaced Moses at right tackle on Sunday. Stanley made his season debut last week against the Cincinnati Bengals. Split Mekari and SnapHe sprained his ankle in Week 3 against the New England Patriots.
This story will be updated.
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