Patriots holding their breath on Mac Jones injury

New England Patriots quarterback Mac Jones left Sunday’s game against the Baltimore Ravens with a leg injury.

The injury happened in the fourth quarter, as Baltimore was closing in on a victory. It occurred after Jones’ leg got twisted up after taking a hit from Ravens defensive lineman Calais Campbell. After the hit, Jones immediately hopped off the field on one leg and headed towards the locker room.

The second-year quarterback could be seen screaming in pain as he was being carried down to the locker room. It was an ugly sight that has led to some real concerns for the Patriots.

Bill Belichick didn’t provide an update on the injury after the game.

The hit by Campbell put an exclamation point on what was a tough day for Jones under center. He went 21-of-32 on the afternoon for 321 yards and three interceptions.

New England dropped to 1-2 on the season with the loss, but they may have a bigger problem on their hands if Jones suffered a serious injury.

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Story originally appeared on Patriots Wire