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Baltimore Ravens receiver and former Pro Bowler Mike Wallace took a vicious hit against the Minnesota Vikings and he was knocked out the game before the second quarter even started. You can imagine why after watching this video:

That hit put him in concussion protocol and the team has already ruled him out for the rest of the game.

Wallace eventually walked off the field, but was not allowed back in the game despite him trying to play with the offense. Vikings safety Andrew Sendejo was the one who hit Wallace on the catch and was flagged for unnecessary roughness. The Ravens are currently tied with the Vikings 6-6.

Wallace was named a Pro Bowler in 2011 when he was with the Pittsburgh Steelers. He played there from 2009 to 2012 and then played with the Dolphins for two seasons before joining the Vikings in 2015 and then joining the Ravens the next year where he’s been since. He has over 500 receptions and over 7,500 receiving yards in his career.

Former Pro Bowler knocked out of the game after vicious hit left him motionless on the field @LeadingNFL/Twitter
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