Ravens Pro Bowl offensive guard Marshal Yanda will be further evaluated after sustaining a "seriously sprained" right ankle, according to coach John Harbaugh.
Yanda will undergo a magnetic resonance imaging exam this week to further evaluate the injury, but Harbaugh emphasized that it's not a broken ankle.
Yanda was on crutches after the game and fitted for a walking boot.
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Meanwhile, Harbaugh indicated that inside linebacker Jameel McClain's neck injury X-rays were negative and middle linebacker Ray Lewis is "making good progress. There's a chance he plays," the coach said.
Defensive end Arthur Jones has a bruised shoulder and defensive end Pernell McPhee has a groin injury, but Harbaugh said both were minor.
Running back Ray Rice has a hip contusion and strong safety Bernard Pollard is still dealing with a rib contusion suffered in the second game of the season against the Philadelphia Eagles.