The injuries continue to pile up for the Ravens.
Wide receiver Derrick Mason had to be helped off the field during this morning's practice with an apparent right leg injury.
The injury occurred when Mason was hit by safety Dawan Landry. Mason dropped to the ground and bent over at the waist while trainers rushed to attend to him. Trainers helped Mason from the field, and I heard him say, "I just twisted it," as he walked by.
The trainers took him into the locker room for medical attention. Mason was unable to put any weight on the leg as he came off the field.
UPDATE: It's a sprained ankle for Mason. Head coach John Harbaugh updated Mason's condition after practice, and said that he had yet to receive a full report of Mason's status.
"At stage, there's no timetable as of yet," Harbaugh said.
Mason walked through the team hotel after practice, and while he was limping, he was not on crutches and did not have a cast or brace on his ankle.
That's a good sign for the Ravens and the wide receiver.