Ravens starting defensive end Arthur Jones emerged unscathed following a car accident where his automobile got pushed into a ditch after being struck by another car, according to Jones' agent, Joe Panos.
Jones took part in voluntary conditioning workouts at the Ravens' training complex following the traffic incident. The Ravens' offseason conditioning program launched Monday.
"This could have been a nightmare of epic proportions," Panos told The Baltimore Sun. "Arthur doesn't have a scratch on him. He's healthy as a horse. They've got a son on the way, so he's blessed. Arthur's the best."
Jones' pregnant fiance is due to give birth in the next week.
Panos passed on the following comment from Jones: "I'm happy. I'm healthy. And I'm blessed."
Jones first mentioned the accident on his Twitter account, expressing gratitude that he wasn't injured. He also posted a photo of his car.
"Thank you lord for saving my life today," Jones wrote. "He has a plan for me. And I guess today wasn't the day to die. Not worried about the car. It can be replaced. I'm just happy I'm still breathing. Sooo...grateful.
"Some guy wasn't paying attention & swerve into my lane hitting my car causing me to lose control. My car did a 180 and I ended in a ditch."