Las Vegas Raiders' Denzelle Good tears ACL in season opener against Baltimore Ravens
Las Vegas Raiders right guard Denzelle Good injured his knee during the first quarter of Monday's 33-27 overtime win over the Baltimore Ravens; the Raiders next visit the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday
Last Updated: 15/09/21 6:59am
Las Vegas Raiders right guard Denzelle Good tore the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee during Monday's win over the Baltimore Ravens, ESPN reported on Tuesday.
Good injured the knee during the first quarter of the 33-27 overtime victory at Allegiant Stadium.
The 30-year-old signed a two-year, $8.36m (£6.05m) deal in the offseason after making a career-best 14 starts last season while playing 15 games between tackle and guard.
Good, who is in his seventh NFL season, has started 43 of 62 games played.
He also played parts of four seasons with the Indianapolis Colts before joining the Raiders in December 2018.
Veteran left guard Richie Incognito (calf) missed the opener and it remains unclear when he will be ready to play.
Las Vegas also is awaiting test results for defensive tackle Gerald McCoy. The 33-year old injured his right knee during the fourth quarter.
McCoy is in his first season with the Raiders. He was a six-time Pro Bowler with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers from 2010-18 and spent the 2019 season with the Carolina Panthers.
He missed the entire 2020 season after injuring a quadriceps during a training camp practice with the Dallas Cowboys.
The Raiders next visit the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday.