Baltimore Ravens defensive end Steven Means tore his Achilles tendon in Sunday’s game.
Coach John Harbaugh confirmed the season-ending diagnosis on Monday following an MRI.
Means, 32, was carted off with what the team called an ankle injury in the second quarter of Baltimore’s stunning loss to the Miami Dolphins. He played just one snap after playing 37 in the Ravens’ Week 1 game.
Means was in his second game back in Baltimore after spending the last four years with the Atlanta Falcons. He also played one game with the Ravens in 2014.
Means has 108 tackles and six sacks in 66 career games (29 starts) with four teams overall. He also missed the 2019 season with the Falcons after tearing his Achilles during OTAs.
–Field Level Media
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