Washington’s Sidney Jones injures left leg in workouts

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INDIANAPOLIS, IN - MARCH 06: Defensive back Sidney Jones of Washington participates in a drill during day six of the NFL Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium on March 6, 2017 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Joe Robbins/Getty Images)

SEATTLE  — Sidney Jones, a potential first-round draft pick, injured his left leg during defensive back drills in pro day workouts at the University of Washington on Saturday.

The Washington cornerback was performing one of his final drills of the session when he quickly pulled up and went down to the turf at the Dempsey Indoor Center.

As he was beginning to make a break out of his backpedal, Jones immediately began favoring his left leg and tumbled to the ground. Jones began to grab at the underside of his leg after coming to a stop.

He was helped to his feet by fellow defensive back Budda Baker and to the sideline by Washington head coach Chris Petersen.

After brief conversations on the sideline, Jones hopped on the back of a cart and was taken out of the building.