The Ravens could be without cornerback Lardarius Webb for the rest of the day against the Cowboys.
Webb was helped off the field by trainers after going down to the turf holding his left knee on a completion to Dez Bryant. Webb and Bryant might have banged knees on the play, although it is hard to tell for sure if there was contact or if Webb just went down on his own. As we saw with the season ending injury to Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis, the non-contact injuries can be very serious.
The injury is being described as a sprained knee at the moment and Webb’s return is called questionable.
Webb went down on one of the few passing plays by the Cowboys in the first quarter. They’ve taken a page from the Chiefs’ playbook and attacked the Ravens on the ground, finding great success with both DeMarco Murray and Felix Jones. Jones scored on a 22-yard run, the first time the Cowboys have scored a touchdown on their first possession this season, and the Cowboys lead 7-3 after one quarter. Murray had 72 yards at the end of the quarter in a big start for the Dallas ground game.
UPDATE 2:01 p.m. ET: Defensive tackle Haloti Ngata has also returned to the Ravens locker room in the second quarter. He has a knee injury and his absence would make it easier for the Cowboys to keep finding success on the ground. The score is 10-10 halfway through the second.