The New England Patriots second-year quarterback Mac Jones suffered a left leg injury with just under two minutes remaining in their Week 3 loss to the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday. Jones hopped off the field in pain without putting any weight on his leg, and did not return to the game. As of press time, Patriots head coach Bill Belichick said he had no update on Jones.
The injury occurred when Ravens defensive lineman Calais Campbell hit Jones high, and came down on the backside of his left leg. Jones immediately knew something was wrong right after the hit, getting up on his right leg and hopping over to the sideline. According to multiple sources, Jones was screaming in pain while he was carried down the stairs to the locker room.
The Ravens defeated the Patriots 37-26. Jones struggled Sunday afternoon, completing just 22 of 32 passes for 321 yards and three interceptions, and rushing five times for 31 yards and one touchdown.
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