The Washington Redskins may have received some bad injury news early on in their game against the Baltimore Ravens. Jarvis Jenkins, the Redskins' second-round pick in the 2011 NFL Draft that had been so impressive in training camp, went down with a knee injury on the Redskins' second defensive series. Jenkins is questionable to return with a sprained knee, according to a press room announcement.
Jenkins appeared to have his knee buckled trying to lock up Ray Rice on a run. He laid on his back for a while before eventually rising to his feet. He had to be helped off the field, though, and was definitely not putting any weight on his right knee.
Jenkins had been one of the breakout stars in training camp. He was making a start due to the absence of starting defensive end Adam Carriker.
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