Trent Murphy Reportedly out for Season with Torn ACL

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Linebacker Trent Murphy is helped off the field.

Per a report by National Football League insider Ian Rapoport, Murphy tore his ACL in Thursday's preseason game against the Baltimore Ravens.

Murphy fell and twisted his left knee awkwardly in the first quarter of the team's preseason game against the Ravens Thursday night. Murphy, 26, was assisted off the field after a third-down stop.

Already popped with a four-game ban for the use of performance-enhancing substances, Murphy tore his an ACL during Washington's first preseason game on Thursday, Ian Rapoport and Mike Garafolo of NFL.com report. He will serve the suspension, despite the injury, forfeiting $185,315 of his $787,591 base salary this year.

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Last year Murphy had a breakout season accumulating nine sacks along the way.

Today per the NFL Network, Murphy tore his ACL and MCL and will miss the 2017 season.

Since being drafted by Washington in the second round in 2014, Murphy has only missed one game in his career.

Murphy is coming off a season that saw him play in all 16 games.

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