Ja’Wuan James tore his Achilles again on Sunday

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Ravens tackle Ja'Wuan James made it back on the field for Sunday’s game after missing the last two seasons, but he won’t be back for any other games this year.

James was carted off in the second quarter after going down while pass blocking and the Ravens quickly announced that he was doubtful to return with an ankle injury. After the game, Ravens head coach John Harbaugh announced that James actually tore his Achilles.

James tore his Achilles before the 2021 season while working out on his own. That led the Broncos to cut him and he spent the year recovering after signing with the Ravens, but now he’ll have to start the process all over again.

The Ravens started James at left tackle because they didn’t feel Ronnie Stanley was ready to go after missing all of last year with an ankle injury. Patrick Mekari took over after James went down.

8 responses to “Ja’Wuan James tore his Achilles again on Sunday

  1. ilovemyravens says:
    September 11, 2022 at 5:06 pm
    He didn’t get rolled up from behind at all. Were you even watching the game??

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    It doesn’t say anywhere in the article that he got rolled up. Were you even reading the article??

  2. He didn’t get rolled up from behind at all. Were you even watching the game??

    Did you read the article? It said he was injured pass blocking, not that he got rolled up on.

  3. jkossrt says:

    September 11, 2022 at 5:36 pm

    He didn’t get rolled up from behind at all. Were you even watching the game??

    Did you read the article? It said he was injured pass blocking, not that he got rolled up on.

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    It was edited after my comment. He legit said originally that James was rolled up from behind, hence why I commented, duh

  4. If there’s one thing James is good at, it’s collecting a paycheck while injured. At least he got that $1M settlement.

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