Ravens wide receiver Tylan Wallace suffered a knee injury during the first quarter of Thursday night’s preseason opener against the Tennessee Titans at M&T Bank Stadium.
With 5:10 to go in the first quarter, Wallace received the handoff on an end-around before getting tackled for a 4-yard loss by Titans outside linebacker Rashad Weaver. Wallace was evaluated inside the team’s medical tent before heading into the locker room.
The Ravens said he is questionable to return.
Wallace, a 2021 fourth-round pick, has a history of knee injuries as he suffered a torn ACL in October 2019, forcing him to miss the final five games of his junior season at Oklahoma State.
Wallace appeared in 17 games last season, including one start, and had two catches for 23 yards. He played mostly on special teams, recording 278 snaps on that unit compared with 84 snaps on offense. He’s competing for snaps at wide receiver behind Rashod Bateman, Devin Duvernay and James Proche II, all of whom did not play Thursday as the Ravens sat most of their starters.
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