JK Dobbins scores first touchdown since suffering serious knee injury in 2021
Former Ohio State Buckeye and Baltimore Ravens running back J.K. Dobbins scored his first touchdown in 2 years since recovering from a serious knee in the preseason of the 2021 NFL season.
Dobbins caught a shovel pass from quarterback Lamar Jackson for a 1-yard reception touchdown. Near the end of the first quarter, Dobbins rushed for a 4-yard touchdown, his first rushing score since 2020.
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Dobbins is playing his second game since tearing his ACL and damaging his LCL, hamstring, and meniscus in the third preseason game of 2021.
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In his rookie season in 2020, Dobbins rushed for 805 yards and 9 touchdowns on 134 carries. He was second on the team in rushing yards accounted for behind Jackson. Dobbins only started one game that season.
Dobbins is looking to bring electrifying energy to the Ravens’ dynamic offense this 2022 NFL season. Baltimore had the third-best rushing offense last season.