Denver, CO (Sports Network) - Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Jacoby Jones and offensive lineman Michael Oher both left Thursday's season-opener against the Denver Broncos with leg injuries.
Both injuries occurred in the second quarter of Baltimore's 49-27 loss to the Broncos, with Jones sustaining a sprained right knee and Oher going down with an ankle injury.
Neither player returned to the contest.
While fielding a punt, rookie safety Brynden Trawick collided with Jones, who was calling for a fair catch. Jones was evaluated by team doctors and taken to the locker room.
Oher sprained his ankle when teammate Marshal Yanda fell on him during Ray Rice's 1-yard touchdown run.
Baltimore head coach John Harbaugh did not give an update on either player after the game.
The Ravens don't play again until Sept. 15, when they host the Cleveland Browns.
09/06 03:16:28 ET
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