The Baltimore Ravens suffered three key injuries in their 17-10 victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.  Fullback Le’Ron McClain left the game with a sprained ankle, offensive lineman Michael Oher left with a sprained knee in a similar looking injury and safety Dawan Landry left the game with a concussion.

None of them returned to game after their injuries, but early reports are positive for next week against the Steelers.

According to a post game tweet from Aaron Wilson, McClain is day-to-day after having his ankle taped.

Michael Oher tweeted to his followers that he was fine, but then deleted the comments, probably because they violate the NFL’s social media rules for tweeting during games. Wilson copied the tweet on his twitter stream, it read “‘I’m good people have to thank the man above for this one! Will be ready for pitt next week!” Wilson talked to Oher after the game and he confirmed that the injury was not serious.

Dawan Landry’s concussion seems to be a small injury as well. Landry remained on the sideline after being hit by Bucs’ running back Carnell Williams. Landry said he didn’t remember the hit, but that he’s “fine for next week,” Harbaugh said he got “dinged” in his post game comments.

Hopefully we’ll get a more up to date update on the injuries when John Harbaugh speaks to media later today.

UPDATE: John Harbaugh addressed the media in his Monday Press conference and didn’t really clear up the injury report. Jamison Hensley quoted the Ravens head coach on Ravens Insider.

“We’ll have to take a look at them, see how they respond over the next few days and see where they’re at,” Harbaugh said. “That’s all you’re getting.”

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