Ravens' J.K. Dobbins Carted to Locker Room After Suffering Preseason Knee Injury

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Baltimore Ravens runningback J.K. Dobbins was taken to the locker room after sustaining a knee injury in Saturday's preseason match against Washington Football Team.

Jamison Hensley, ESPN, provided a timeline of events

After a stellar college career at Ohio State where he ran for 4,459 yards and 38 touchdowns, the 22-year old was selected by the Ravens as the second round pick in the 2020 NFL Draft. He also caught 71 passes, including five touchdowns and 645 yards.

Dobbins was especially good in 2019, running for 2,003 yards, and 21 touchdowns.

John Harbaugh, Ravens head coach, said that he was "right there", probably our top-rated runningback. "Just such a explosive, downhill runner. He is a good lateral cutter. He's an important part of the speed we added.

Dobbins, a Baltimore native, was drafted to be a one-two punch alongside Mark Ingram II. Ingram II rushed for 1,018 yards with 10 touchdowns in his rookie season in Baltimore. Dobbins was quickly a top option. He rushed for 805 yards, nine scores and two touchdowns last year to Ingram's 299 yards. Ingram moved to Houston Texans.

The Ravens will open their regular season against the Las Vegas Raiders on September 13. Justice Hill will back Dobbins if he is unable to play.