The Ravens' running backs seemed to be dropping like flies for a time during yesterday's win over the Steelers, when Willis McGahee left with a head injury and Le'Ron McClain came off for a short time with a right shoulder injury.
This was, of course, in addition to starting running back Ray Rice dealing with a knee bruise coming into the game.
But a day after the hard-fought victory over Pittsburgh, head coach John Harbaugh said that the Ravens' running backs are in good shape health-wise.
"I don't see it being a problem right now. I think we're going to be fine," Harbaugh said. "Willis doesn't have a concussion, so he should be fine. Those guys are OK."
The only real injury concern coming out of the Steelers game is Paul Kruger, the Ravens' second-year defensive end who saw his first game action of the season on Sunday.
Harbaugh said that Kruger suffered a strained knee and will get an MRI this week.
"He's probably the one guy that has the one injury issue," Harbaugh said. "We'll just have to see how he comes through."
Kruger had an up and down day yesterday. The Utah product showed a good burst off the edge in pass rush situations, and played well against the run, but he also was whistled for two penalties.
"Paul played pretty well," Harbaugh said. "He was active. There are a lot of things he's going to look at and want to get better at, but I thought he put pretty good pressure on the quarterback a couple times, would've had the huge sack-fumble if not for the offsetting penalties there.
"Jumped offsides the one time, had the holding penalty on the kickoff return, so that kind of balances it out a little bit, but did a good job against the run. I think he played well."
Now, the Ravens will have to wait and see how long the young defensive end will be out.