Ravens DE Calais Campbell injures calf in first quarter vs. Colts, questionable to return

Daniel Oyefusi, The Baltimore Sun
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Ravens defensive end Calais Campbell injured his calf in the first quarter of Sunday’s road game against the Indianapolis Colts and is questionable to return, another blow to an injury-hampered defense.

On the third play from scrimmage, Campbell was engaged in a double team block and fell to the ground after the play. He walked slowly to the sideline while speaking with trainers on a bench.

Rookie defensive linemen Justin Madubuike entered the game for Campbell, who leads the Ravens with four sacks this season. The 34-year-old Campbell, acquired this offseason from the Jacksonville Jaguars, has missed just six games in his 13-year career and hasn’t sat out since 2014.

Cornerback Khalil Dorsey also suffered a shoulder injury in the first quarter and is questionable to return. Dorsey was seen walking to the team’s locker room after a punt.

The Ravens are playing without starting cornerback Marlon Humphrey, who tested positive for COVID-19 earlier in the week. With Dorsey out, Marcus Peters, Jimmy Smith and Terrell Bonds are the Ravens' remaining healthy cornerbacks.

This story will be updated.


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