Kyle Arrington Injury: Patriots CB Has Eye Injury, Return Is Questionable, According To Report

The New England Patriots might have to play the second half of the AFC Championship Game against the Baltimore Ravens without cornerback Kyle Arrington who sustained an eye injury in the first half of the game. Arrington's return is reportedly, questionable (via Derek Haven's Twitter).

Arrington had been one of the many Patriots recovering from injuries (though Arrington's injury prior to today's game was to his foot, not his eye). Arrington sustained the eye injury late in the second quarter of the game. Arrington had two tackles (one solo) in the first half of the game. The third-year player out of Hofstra has been a key part of the Patriots' defense in 2011 and made 66 solo tackles and 7 interceptions this season.

The Patriots lead the Ravens 13-10 at halftime.

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