Browns lost lineman Jack Conklin to knee injury

The right tackle was injured in the first quarter of the game against the Ravens and his return was ruled out.

The return of the offensive lineman Jack Conklin with the Cleveland browns lasted less than a quarter.

This Sunday night the right tackle of Cleveland had to leave the match against the Baltimore Ravens by a knee injury and ruled out his return.

With 6:38 to play in the first quarter, Conklin tried to block pass rusher Odafe Oweh on a play of third and seven that ended on a 10-yard complete pass from Baker Mayfield.

On the play, Oweh rushed over Conklin and the lineman was slow to get up. Mayfield came to see him when he was on the ground before the medical corps of the Browns to serve you.

Conklin He left the field with the help of the physical trainers and had problems putting weight on his right leg, once he was out he was placed in the assistance cart after checking him in the medical store and was taken to the locker room.

Shortly after the Browns ruled out Concklin’s return to the game.

Blake Hance came in to replace ConklinA job he completed the previous three games after the right tackle was placed on injured reserve with an elbow injury. Conklin it was activated just this week.