BALTIMORE -- Morgan Moses sprained the MCL in his right knee Saturday night and exited the Washington Redskins locker room wearing a brace and limping slightly. But he’s not sure how long he’ll be sidelined.
Moses will undergo treatment on his knee Sunday, but he said he wasn’t yet sure if he needed an MRI. Moses hurt his knee in the third quarter against the Baltimore Ravens, when he said a defender rolled up on the back of his leg. Moses stayed on the ground for several minutes. Redskins coach Jay Gruden called it a mild sprain of his MCL.
“I knew it wasn’t my ACL or anything like that,” said Moses, a rookie third-round pick. “It feels all right. Obviously [Sunday] will tell the tale for how it feels.”
Moses worked at right tackle Saturday for the first time this preseason.
Also, linebacker Brian Orakpo sprained his ankle in the first quarter and left the game. Gruden called it a mild ankle sprain. Cornerback Chase Minnifield left the game in the second half with a hamstring injury.