BALTIMORE (BALTIMORE SUN/ WJZ)— The Baltimore Ravens may be without its star kick returner Jacoby Jones for up to six weeks, sources say.
According to WJZ’s media partner, the Baltimore Sun, a magnetic resonance imaging exam Friday revealed the Ravens Pro Bowl kick returner sprained his medial collateral ligament in his right knee.
The injury isn’t expected to require surgery and should heal on its own but could sideline the wide receiver for anywhere from four to six weeks.
The Ravens plan to evaluate the free-agent wide receiver market.
Jones got injured during the Ravens’ loss to the Denver Broncos when rookie safety Brynden Trawick charged into him with his head down while Jones was signaling for a fair catch on a punt return.