The Ravens had three starters leave yesterday's game against the Bucs and not return due to injury.
Fullback Le'Ron McClain suffered a sprained left ankle, left tackle Michael Oher sprained his right knee, and safety Dawan Landry suffered a concussion.
Predictably, with the Ravens set to face division rival Pittsburgh on Sunday, head coach John Harbaugh offered no updates on any of the three injured starters in today's Monday afternoon press conference.
"We'll see," Harbaugh said. "I think we'll just take a look at them and see how they respond over the next two days and see where we're at."
A smile then crept across Harbaugh's face.
"That's all you're getting," he added.
A few minutes later, a reporter tried to pry a little more information out of Harbaugh by asking if he had any indication about McClain, Oher or Landry's status for Sunday after seeing them today.
Harbaugh didn't take the bait.
"No," he said simply. "No indication."
McClain was in a boot after the game and his issue appears to be the most serious of the three. The Pro Bowl fullback said he hopes to play Sunday against the Steelers.