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Ravens wide reciever Kamar Aiken, the focal point of the team's post-bye offense without star wide receiver Steve Smith Sr., suffered a right knee sprain on the first play of the second half.

The team announced that he is probable to return, and he returned on the next offensive play.

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Aiken had five catches on 10 targets for 63 yards in the first half, while no other Ravens offensive player had more than five touches.

Quarterback Joe Flacco was intercepted on the play that injured Aiken. The ball bounced off Aiken's hands, but the throw from Flacco was high and difficult to bring in. Aiken was hit after the ball bounced off his hands, and his knee bent awkwardly behind him.

Former Ravens running back Bernard Pierce, now a member of the Jaguars, is questionable to return with an Achilles injury.

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