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Trace McSorley Replaces Robert Griffin III In Ravens-Steelers Game, Throws First Career Touchdown Pass

BALTIMORE (WJZ) -- Trace McSorley replaced Robert Griffin III at quarterback late in Wednesday afternoon's Ravens-Steelers game.

McSorley, one of 11 players promoted from the practice squad before kickoff, connected with wide receiver Marquise Brown for a 70-yard touchdown with 2:58 left in the game.

McSorley was drafted by the Ravens in the sixth round of the 2019 NFL Draft.

McSorely played college football at Penn State where he set multiple school records including most passing yards in a single season, most passing touchdowns in a single season, most total yards of offense all time and total touchdowns in a season.

The Ravens fell to the Steelers 19-14.

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