Ravens' Webb hurts knee
Baltimore, MD (Sports Network) - Baltimore Ravens cornerback Lardarius Webb left Sunday's 31-29 win against the Dallas Cowboys and did not return.
Webb departed the contest late in the first quarter with an apparent leg injury, which was later downgraded to knee sprain. While defending a pass, Webb turned and his right leg twisted awkwardly underneath him.
After several minutes on the turf, he was taken from the field with help, then to the locker room for evaluation. His return to the game was questionable.
Following the contest, Ravens head coach John Harbaugh said Webb may have a torn anterior cruciate ligament in that knee.
10/14 18:38:06 ET