Cleveland Browns’ outstanding right tackle, Jack Conklin, left his Sunday night match against Baltimore Ravens in the first quarter due to a right knee injury.
The two All-Pros ended with 6:27 remaining in the quarter. Browns excluded him near the end of the period.
Conklin was injured during pass blocking. He initially tried to leave the field with his team trainer, but his knees bent and he almost fell to the grass.
After Conklin was helped by a bystander, he was carted back to the locker room.
Conklin missed three games before Cleveland due to a dislocation of his elbow. He also missed two games early in the season due to a knee injury.
A six-year veteran is in his second season with the Browns. He spent his first four seasons at the Tennessee Titans.
Blake Hance replaced Conklin with the right tackle.
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Browns’ outstanding OT Jack Conklin leaves the match with a knee injury
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