Ravens left tackle Ronnie Stanley‘s first game since signing a five-year contract extension went about as terrible as it could go.
Stanley had his left ankle roll up underneath him when he went down while pass blocking T.J. Watt on a first-down sack of Lamar Jackson late in the first quarter of Sunday’s game against the Steelers.
An aircast was placed on Stanley’s leg and a cart was brought out to take him to the back.
The team announced it signed the Pro Bowl blindside blocker to a five-year contract extension.
The deal is worth $98.75 million in new money with a max value of $100 million.
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