Mark Clayton left Sunday's game in the first quarter on a stretcher after suffering a right knee injury.
Clayton ran a deep route down the left sideline with Alphonso Smith in coverage when his knee gave out. Non-contact injuries are never good, and the fact that Clayton didn't even try to get up and walk after sitting on the turf for several minutes isn't a good sign. We almost certainly won't see him again today. Brandon Gibson has entered opposite Laurent Robinson.
Mark Clayton exited the game at Detroit in the first quarter with an ankle injury.
Our View: Clayton appeared to roll his right ankle and the medical staff has placed an air cast on it. We will provide additional updates as they become available, but it certainly appears that Clayton is done for the day.