Linebacker-defensive end Terrell Suggs could be out for an extended period, and linebacker Ray Lewis isn't happy about it.
Suggs was injured on the Ravens' second interception of the game, when Browns quarterback Brady Quinn delivered a low block on Suggs on the interception return. Quinn was penalized for a low blow, but Lewis wants more.
"Heck yeah it was a cheap shot," Lewis said after the Ravens' 16-0 win. "When you're running down and you're looking at the quarterback going at somebody's knees who doesn't even have the ball. I want to see if he gets the same fine I got or even higher. Now this man is out four or five weeks because of some baloney like that."
Quinn said he didn't hit Suggs intentionally.
"I was trying to go for the ball carrier," he said. "Suggs came across at the last second in my vision. I would never wish that upon anyone. I was upset about it on the field. We worked out in Arizona together. I couldn't be any more sorry about that. That was never the intent. I'm sorry to Terrell and the rest of their team."