Ray Rice was really the only bright spot on the offensive side of the ball yesterday, which is why it's scary to even hear the word "injury" in the same sentence as his name.
The Ravens' Pro Bowl running back suffered an ankle injury in Sunday's loss to the Bengals, but head coach John Harbaugh says it doesn't look to be anything serious.
"He's got a little ankle [injury], but he was out there today, so he looked OK," Harbaugh said.
Rice rushed for 87 yards on 16 carries yesterday, but was seen by reporters in Cincinnati limping in the locker room after the game.
Tavares Gooden's left shoulder was reportedly in a sling after the game yesterday, and the inside linebacker had an MRI done to try and reveal the extent of the damage. Harbaugh said he hadn't gotten a report on Gooden's status as of his Monday press conference.
"We'll see. He's got the MRI, so I don't know until that comes back," Harbaugh said. "Wednesday, we'll just kind of see where it's at. We've got a lot of guys, like most Mondays, with bumps and bruises. Tavares' looks a little more serious because he had to get an MRI. Hopefully, that will come back not too major."