Cleveland Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson will have an MRI on his left ankle Monday, coach Kevin Stefanski confirmed.
Watson was wearing a walking boot after Sunday’s 33-31 victory at Baltimore but said he did not expect to miss any time.
“I’ll be fine,” he said after throwing for 213 yards and a touchdown against the Ravens. “Right now I’m not feeling well, but I’ll be fine. I’ll be ready to go.”
Watson, 28, was injured when his leg got rolled up on by Ravens defensive end Jadeveon Clowney near the end of the second quarter. Backup P.J. Walker went in for the last play of the first half.
The Browns (6-3) will host the Pittsburgh Steelers (6-3) in another big AFC North match this Sunday. Both teams have won two straight and are chasing the Ravens (7-3).
Watson completed 20 of 34 passes with one interception and rushed eight times for 37 yards against Baltimore. Trailing 31-17 in the fourth quarter, his 10-yard touchdown pass to Elijah Moore ignited a comeback capped by a 40-yard walk-off field goal from Dustin Hopkins.
–Field Level Media