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The Ravens’ most crucial injury from the Washington game was suffered by Pro Bowl right guardMarshal Yandaicon-article-link.gif, who has had another standout season and has yet to give up a sack.

Harbaugh announced that Yanda has a “somewhat serious ankle sprain” that will continueto be evaluated this week after he gets an MRI. It’s not an ankle break in any way, Harbaugh confirmed.

The hard-nosed Yanda went down during overtime and did not return. He was seen on crutches in the locker room after the game.

This is bad news..Von Miller & Dummerville coming in, it spells trouble for Joe.

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The bad news mounts....


The Ravens will play without Jameel McClain on Sunday against the Denver Broncos. The team's starting middle linebacker has a significant neck injury that he sustained against the Washington Redskins, coach John Harbaugh said today.

Suggs is practicing today as well as running back Ray Rice (hip contusion).


Not practicing today during the portion open to reporters: strong safety Bernard Pollard (ribs), defensive lineman Arthur Jones (bruised right shoulder), Pernell McPhee (groin), Ellerbe, Lewis, McClain and offensive guard Marshal Yanda, who has a serious sprained right ankle and isn't expected to play this week.


Yanda is off crutches, but is in a walking boot.


"I'm getting healthy as fast as possible, that's the plan," Yanda told The Baltimore Sun. "I'm going to treat it and get back as fast as possible."


Tight end Ed Dickson (knee) was limited as well as running back Bernard Pierce (back), running back Ray Rice (hip contusion) and Suggs.


Participating fully: wide receiver Jacoby Jones (ankle), safety Ed Reed (torn shoulder labrum), cornerback Jimmy Smith (sports hernia surgery), wide receiver Deonte Thompson (thigh) and wide receiver LaQuan Williams (thigh).



The offense has to score 50 points a game.

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