A poor opening showing for the Cleveland Browns got even worse in Baltimore.
Rookie left tackle Jedrick Wills left the game in the third quarter of the blowout loss with a leg injury.
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He struggled to put weight on it as he went off the field in the 3rd quarter.
Kendall Lamm took Wills’ spot at left tackle in the game.
The worse part of the situation is that the Browns will turn around quickly and play the Cincinnati Bengals on Thursday.
So, it’s difficult to believe that he will be able to play in that game.
We will find out more details in the upcoming days, but the Browns are scheduled to play Washington in Week 3 on Sept 27th.
Wills looked promising in his playing time, but did have some struggles in pass protection when dealing with Matthew Judon.
The Browns offensive line was one of the few bright spots in a game where the Ravens completely dominated the Browns from start to finish.
The Browns selected Wills with the first pick of the draft to go along with center J.C Tretter, left guard Joel Bitonio, right guard Wyatt Teller, and right tackle Jack Conklin.