Ray Rice set for tests on injured knee

One injury that came to light following the Ravens’ 24-17 win over the Browns was the knee injury suffered by RB Ray Rice.

Ravens coach John Harbaugh told reporters following the game that Rice doesn’t have ligament damage, per the team’s official site.

“There’s nothing ligament-wise that’s a problem, so that’s probably where it starts,” Harbaugh said.  “That’s the most important thing. [There’s nothing] cartilage-wise, as far as we know.  We don’t know [the extent] for sure.”

Per multiple reports, Rice was upbeat and indicated he would undergo tests on Monday to determine the severity of the injury. Rice, who finished with 15 rushes for 80 yards, didn’t have a carry after the 10:40 mark of the fourth quarter. Willis McGahee took over the lead rushing duties.

— Frank Tadych

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