Pats QB Jones injures leg on final offensive play

by Ricardo Gutierrez - Mac Jones is being evaluated for a left leg injury after hopping off the field on his final pass attempt of Sunday's game.

New England Patriots QB Mac Jones suffers leg injury on final pass attempt play Mac Jones suffers ankle injury late in Patriots' loss (0:25) Mac Jones goes down injured late in the Patriots' loss to the Ravens. (0:25) 4:27 PM ET Mike ReissESPN Staff Writer Close Covered Patriots since 1997 Joined ESPN in 2009 FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- New England Patriots quarterback Mac Jones was being evaluated for a leg injury sustained late in a 37-26 loss to the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday. He had hopped off the field without putting weight on his left leg and went directly to the locker room for evaluation. On Jones' final pass attempt of the day, an interception late in the fourth quarter, he was hit by Ravens defensive lineman Calais Campbell and immediately grabbed for his left ankle. The 6-foot-8, 307-pound Campbell left his feet as he hit Jones and then landed on him. Jones' left leg bended and Campbell landed on the lower part of it. Editor's Picks Jones reached for his left ankle, got up, and hopped to the Patriots' sideline. While injured players generally enter the pop-up tent on the sideline, Jones instead went straight to the locker room. In his postgame news conference, coach Bill Belichick said he didn't have an update on Jones' condition. Jones finished 22-of-32 for 302 yards, with no touchdowns and three interceptions. He added five rushes for 31 yards and one touchdown. The Patriots (1-2) visit the Green Bay Packers on Sunday. Veteran Brian Hoyer is the Patriots' top backup, with rookie Bailey Zappe the No. 3 option. Center David Andrews , one of the team's captains, was asked how much confidence the Patriots have in Hoyer if he is thrust into action. "Tons. Brian's been here a long time," Andrews said. "I have a lot of respect for how he comes in and works every day and prepares like he is going to play."