Ronnie Stanley appears to suffer serious ankle injury

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Ravens left tackle Ronnie Stanley‘s first game since signing a five-year contract extension did not go as hoped.

Stanley had his left ankle roll up underneath him when he went down while pass blocking T.J. Watt on a first-down sack of Lamar Jackson late in the first quarter of Sunday’s game against the Steelers. Medical personnel immediately came to his assistance on the field.

An aircast was placed on Stanley’s leg and a cart was brought out to take him to the back. The extent of the injury isn’t known, but the ankle looked to be in bad shape when shown on the CBS broadcast.

The Ravens ran two more plays before the end of the quarter and the score remains 7-7 in Baltimore.

6 responses to “Ronnie Stanley appears to suffer serious ankle injury

  1. Super dirty play by Watt. They had already been penalized for late hits on Lamar and watt tried to get a late shot on Lamar and rolled into Stanley knee. He should of been ejected.

    Or how about that blatant Helmet to helmet by minkah at the goal line? Head hunting a qb should be instant ejection.

  2. Big Steelers fan here, but no one wants to see an injury like that. Hope it is not as bad as it looked.

  3. Hope he’s ok. Unfortunate situation especially with the timing. Glad he got paid first

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