In the first week of the 2022 preseason, the Baltimore Ravens kicked off the season with a victory over the Tennessee Titans with a final score of 23-10. With this victory, the Ravens extended their record-setting winning run in the preseason to 21 games in a row.
There were a lot of brilliant flashes from a variety of players, but in the end, they weren’t able to escape the game without any injury.
A knee injury forced wide receiver Tylan Wallace to leave the game early in the first half.
After the game, head coach John Harbaugh provided an update on the wide receiver, stating that the former Oklahoma State standout had suffered a slight knee injury and that it was uncertain how long he would be out for.
Harbaugh said that the length of time the wideout will be sidelined is unknown.
Throughout training camp, the wide receiver room for the Baltimore Ravens has been impacted by injuries, with Rashod Bateman, Devin Duvernay, James Proche, Slade Bolden, and Bailey Gaither all missing time due to their conditions.
It is still unknown how long Wallace will be sidelined, but if the team begins to worry that they will not have enough depth at the position, they may look to bring in an experienced player to fill in.