Odell Beckham Jr. was ruled out with an ankle injury on Sunday in his second game with the Baltimore Ravens.
The Ravens ruled Beckham out after halftime of their 27-24 win over the Cincinnati Bengals. It's unclear when he sustained the injury. Beckham tallied three catches for 29 yards before exiting the game.
The Ravens didn't designate which ankle Beckham injured or the severity. Beckham suffered a fractured left ankle in 2017 that included ligament damage. The injury required surgery and ended his season. He joined the Ravens in the offseason after missing the 2022 season with a torn ACL sustained in Super Bowl LVI with the Los Angeles Rams.
Beckham, 30, is part of revamped Ravens receiving corps under first-year offensive coordinator Todd Monken that also features rookie Zay Flowers and third-year pro Rashod Bateman, both first-round draft picks. Beckham caught three passes for 37 yards in his Ravens debut as Baltimore beat the Houston Texans in Week 1.
If Beckham were to be sidelined for any amount of time, the Ravens would look more to Flowers, Bateman and tight end Mark Andrews. It would be especially rough if the injury was serious, since it comes just one week after the Ravens lost starting running back J.K. Dobbins for the season because of an Achilles tendon injury.
Fortunately for the Ravens, head coach John Harbaugh said after the game that Beckham's ankle injury doesn't appear to be serious.