Ravens corner Jimmy Smith getting MRI on knee

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It was hard to find a negative for Baltimore after a 59-10 throttling of the Dolphins, but they do have things to worry about.

Via the Baltimore Sun, cornerback Jimmy Smith is having an MRI today to determine the severity of a right knee injury suffered in the loss. Coach John Harbaugh said after the game it wasn’t season-ending, but they couldn’t narrow it down beyond that.

“We’ll just see if it’s days or weeks or what,” Harbaugh said.

The 31-year-old Smith did not return after the first-quarter injury.

The Ravens were already without slot corner Tavon Young, who is out for the year with a neck injury, so they’re going to have to adjust on the fly.

1 responses to “Ravens corner Jimmy Smith getting MRI on knee

  1. The good thing was we didn’t need Smith to return to the game. The bad news is this is just another injury in Jimmy’s long list. Great player when healthy, but that is why we need the extra depth on the roster.

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