During his press briefing Tuesday after the Las Vegas Raiders’ thrilling 33-27 home overtime win over the Baltimore Ravens on Monday night, coach Jon Gruden told reporters he was worried some key players could be facing long-term injury issues.
Gruden said defensive end Yannick Ngakoue (hamstring), defensive tackle Gerald McCoy (knee), left guard Denzelle Good (knee) and backup quarterback Marcus Mariota (strained calf) were all potentially facing long injury issues. He said all four players were being examined Tuesday afternoon. Thus, Gruden said he had no definitive answers on any of the players.
Yet, shortly after Gruden spoke, ESPN reported that Good tore his ACL on Monday night and he will be out for the season.