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Ravens don’t think Travis Jones will miss extended time with knee injury

The Ravens lost last night after they got injured on a tackle in the fourth quarter.

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While the Ravens were able to extend their preseason winning streak on Sunday, third-round pick Travis Jones went down with a knee injury.

John Harbaugh, head coach of the Ravens, said after the game that Jones, a defensive tackle, hyperextended his knee in the fourth quarter. The rookie will sit out the rest of the preseason, but Harbaugh doesn’t expect him to be out for long.

He became entangled in the midst of the chaos. Unfortunately, it does occur on occasion,” Harbaugh said. But the injury isn’t too serious. It won’t sideline him for an extremely lengthy absence.

Jones had a sack and a roughing the passer penalty in Sunday’s preseason opener between the Ravens and the Cardinals. Soon, the Ravens hope to have him back in the lineup pressuring opposing quarterbacks from the interior.

This article (Ravens believe Travis Jones’ knee injury won’t keep him out for long) was sourced from Pro Football Talk.