Baltimore Ravens

Harbaugh: No major injuries for Ravens

CLEVELAND — The Ravens reported no significant new injuries following their 25-15 win over the Cleveland Browns, and coach John Harbaugh expressed relief that nothing serious occurred.

"I don't think we had anything," Harbaugh said. "I know we didn't have anything major. I don't think we had any issues coming out of the game, so that's good news."


Pro Bowl offensive guard Marshal Yanda briefly headed to the locker room to have his right knee re-taped.

"Yep, it feels great," Yanda said afterward in the locker room.


Pro Bowl defensive tackle Haloti Ngata started despite not practicing twice last week due to a right shoulder injury and a sprained right medial collateral ligament.

Although Ngata registered no takcles for the first time this season, the three-time Pro Bowl selection pressured quarterback Brandon Weeden into an interception.

Starting defensive end Pernell McPhee was ruled out Friday due to thigh and knee injuries.

McPhee underwent a pair of arthroscopic knee surgeries before the season, one in the spring and another prior to training camp.

Arthur Jones started in his place at left defensive end and finished with four tackles and two quarterback hits.