NFL injury report, AFC East: Antonio Cromartie, Marcus Cannon hurt

Rob Carr

The Jets' best corner was forced to leave early while New England watched its offensive line get shakier.

The New York Jets fell 19-3 to the Baltimore Ravens in a pivotal AFC matchup on Sunday, and also lost cornerback Antonio Cromartie.

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Cromartie went down with a hip injury and did not return, per ESPN. Cromartie has had issues with his right hip before, breaking it in 2008. It is uncertain how long Cromartie will be sidelined. New York running back Chris Ivory also sustained a sprained ankle in the loss. Linebacker Troy Davis was forced to exit with a chest injury.

In the Sunday night game, the New England Patriots pulled off one of the most unbelievable comebacks in league history after trailing 24-0, and did it without offensive tackle Marcus Cannon. Cannon was forced from the game with an ankle injury and did not return, being replaced by Will Svitek, per

As for the Miami Dolphins, running back Daniel Thomas left with an ankle injury that required he be carted to the locker room.

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