Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph has been knocked out of the Sunday game against the Baltimore Ravens.
After taking a hit to the head and neck area from Ravens safety Earl Thomas, Rudolph was seemingly knocked out for several minutes.
It was a scary scene as the cart was brought out for Rudolph but the second-year quarterback finally sat up after his facemask had been taken off and he ultimately stood up. He was helped off the field by teammates.
Steelers backup quarterback Devlin Hodges is in the game now.
Rudolph will not return to today’s game after being diagnosed with a concussion.