Atlanta Falcons defensive tackle Michael Bennett suffered a broken ankle Monday in the first practice of training camp, NFL Network reported.
Bennett, 26, played in two games for the Falcons last season and was expected to compete for a primary role in the defensive-line rotation. He is out indefinitely.
Drafted in the sixth round by Jacksonville in 2015 out of Ohio State, Bennett played in 13 games with the Jaguars as a rookie and appeared in one game in 2017 when he struggled with chest and groin injuries. He also missed the entire 2016 season due to a calf injury.
He has tallied 16 tackles, two tackles for a loss and half a sack in 16 career NFL games.
It is the second major injury to the Falcons' defensive line. Defensive end Steven Means suffered a torn Achilles tendon during organized team activities in May.
--Field Level Media