Asa Jackson was injured in second quarter of Preseason opener
Baltimore Ravens cornerback Asa Jackson did not shine in Thursday's game against the New Orleans Saints. He replaced Jacoby Jones as punter returner but does not have Jones' spark or speed. Jackson left the game in the second quarter from a knee injury. No official word given at this time as to whether or not Jackson will be playing in Saturday's game against the Philadelphia Eagles.
Jackson has not made impressive stats in his three-year career with the Ravens, playing a total of 17 games with 29 tackles, 28 of them last season. Jackson severely sprained his toe in Week 5 last season and was out for several weeks. The beginning of an injury-prone player.