Ravens wide receiver Sammy Watkins is questionable to return to his team’s “Monday Night Football” game vs. the Colts after suffering a hamstring injury.
Watkins went down shortly after making the Ravens’ longest play of the first half. He and quarterback Lamar Jackson combined on a 28-yard completion to give Baltimore a first down at the Colts’ 44. Watkins was tackled hard by Colts safety Julian Blackmon.
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Watkins headed into the medical tent in the final minutes of the half. He played 20 snaps before leaving the game.
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The play before Watkins left the field, Ravens rookie guard Ben Cleveland suffered an apparent knee injury and was carted off to the locker room. He has been ruled out for the remainder of the game. Neither player was on the sideline for the start of the second half.
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With one of their top receivers out, the Ravens looked to build momentum on offense with Jackson. He was the team’s leading rusher and threw for more than 100 yards in the first half.