Ravens wide receivers Steve Smith Sr. and Michael Campanaro left Thursday's 23-20 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers with back injuries.

The Ravens leave Pittsburgh early Friday with that elusive win in their account after Thursday's 23-20, overtime victory against the Pittsburgh Steelers, but carry several injury concerns that could linger during their long weekend.

Wide receiver Steve Smith Sr. left at the end of the third quarter with a lower back contusion that he said, for the first time, had him feeling 36 years old.

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Smith was mum on the long-term prognosis, saying he was more concerned about tomorrow than next Sunday's game against the Cleveland Browns.

Smith had kind words after the game for another receiver, Michael Campanaro, who left after his second catch of the game in the fourth quarter with a back injury.

Campanaro was helped to a cart on the sidelines by the Ravens' medical staff, who brought him in to the locker room. He was seen in a wheelchair on his way back from the X-ray room at Heinz Field.

Additionally, inside linebacker C.J. Mosley missed some snaps in the fourth quarter and overtime with an undisclosed injury. Second-year linebacker Zachary Orr lined up beside veteran Daryl Smith in those instances.

The Ravens are already missing tight end Crockett Gillmore (calf), left tackle Eugene Monroe (concussion), defensive end Chris Canty (calf), and wide receiver Breshad Perriman (knee).

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