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Baltimore Ravens Veteran Suffers Torn ACL, Will Miss Rest Of 2022 Season

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The Baltimore Ravens got a Week 1 victory over the New York Jets on Sunday, but it came at a cost. A veteran defensive player has suffered a season-ending injury. That player is 30-year-old cornerback Kyle Fuller. 

Ravens head coach John Harbaugh told reporters this Monday afternoon that Kyle Fuller has suffered a torn ACL. He will miss the rest of the year with the season-ending injury. A disappointing outcome for the 30-year-old cornerback. 

The Baltimore defense is now down a reserve corner. Marcus Peters, meanwhile, is still out but is expected to return soon. 

"#Ravens coach John Harbaugh told reporters that CB Kyle Fuller suffered a torn ACL. His season is over," said Ian Rapoport. 

A disappointing setback for Kyle Fuller and the Ravens. The team's cornerback depth is getting slim. 

The good news is the Ravens came away with a dominant Week 1 win over the New York Jets. They will try and improve to 2-0 this Sunday vs. the Miami Dolphins.