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Ravens starting cornerback Fabian Washington was injured on the last series of a 17-15 loss to the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday.
Washington made a tackle of 214-pound Colts running back Joseph Addai near the Indianapolis sideline and laid on the turf for several minutes while Ravens medical officials attended to him.
The team officially reported that Washington sustained a knee sprain and will undergo a magnetic resonance imaging exam on Monday. He was replaced by rookie Lardarius Webb.
Washington was literally carried off the field and could not put any pressure on his leg