While the Ravens earned a big division win today over the Browns, they suffered a loss as well.
Running back Ray Rice had to leave the game mid-way through the fourth quarter with a knee injury.
Head coach John Harbaugh said that it doesn't appear that Rice has any ligament or cartilage damage, but the Ravens' Pro Bowl running back will be re-evaluated tomorrow.
"We don't know right now," Harbaugh said. "There's nothing ligament-wise that's a problem, so that's probably where it starts, that's the most important thing. [There's nothing] cartilage-wise as far as we know. We don't know [the extent] for sure. We'll just see."
Rice had a fairly positive take on the situation after the game.
"Right now, everything is standard," Rice said. "I'll take some tests on Monday, but everything looks positive right now."
Rice was not on the field for the Ravens' final two drives of the game, and he was taken into the locker room for evaluation.
Willis McGahee replaced him, and ran for 19 yards on five carries on the last two Ravens' drives.
The Ravens' only other reported injury involved defensive end Cory Redding, who suffered a concussion.