The Ravens' offensive line is starting to look like a MASH unit.
Tackle Oniel Cousins was the latest lineman to go down as he was carted off the field late in this morning's practice.
Head coach John Harbaugh said that Cousins had a headache, which was why he left practice.
"He developed a headache, so that's where we're at," Harbaugh said. "I don't know any more than that."
The team will likely check Cousins for a concussion.
After Cousins went down, Tony Moll got the majority of the reps at right tackle with the first-team. Moll knows all about head injuries; he recently came back from a concussion which sidelined him for roughly two weeks.
"Anything with the head...they're doing so many things right now, trying to figure out what's causing it and how to prevent it," Moll said. "It's a good thing that the NFL has taken such major precautions now."
Cousins joins the list of injured offensive linemen, which already included Jared Gaither (back), Matt Birk (neck), David Hale (back), Stefan Rodgers (shoulder) and Daniel Sanders (shoulder).