The Baltimore Ravens had an epic collapse in Week 2 of the 2022 season to the Miami Dolphins by the final score of 42-38. They blew a 21-point fourth quarter lead, and also were unable to get out of the contest unscathed from an injury perspective.
Baltimore outside linebacker Steven Means was carted off of the field early in the game, and was quickly ruled out with an ankle injury. On Monday, head coach John Harbaugh gave a devastating update on the pass rusher, saying that he tore his achilles and is out for the remainder of the season.
Coach Harbaugh announces Steven Means tore his Achilles. pic.twitter.com/HvFuWb2g4M
— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) September 19, 2022
Means is a nine-year veteran, and was one of the only healthy outside linebackers on Baltimore’s roster. The team is now down to just two players at the position, and some form of an addition could happen in the coming days.
Means registered one tackle in two games during the 2022 season and will now turn his attention to rehabbing.