HOUSTON (WJZ) — Baltimore Ravens cornerback Tavon Young tore his ACL Sunday during the team’s game against the Houston Texans, Head Coach John Harbaugh said Monday.

Originally, the team said Young had suffered a left knee injury during the first quarter. The injury could be season-ending, Harbaugh said Sunday.

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On Monday, Harbaugh added surgery and rehab lie ahead for Young, though he did not give a timeline as to when that surgery could happen.

“He’ll fight his way back, there’s no question about it,” Harbaugh said.

Young isn’t a stranger to injury on the field; in 2019, he suffered a season-ending neck injury during the preseason. He also tore his ACL during organized team activities in 2017, ending his season that year.

The Ravens won Sunday’s game 33-16.

CBS Baltimore Staff