Mason out for Ravens

Derrick Mason has left Sunday’s game against the Browns with what looks to be a right leg injury.

Mason was injured while running a route down the field early during the fourth quarter. He first tripped after his feet got tangled with T.J. Ward, and then after regaining his balance pulled up lame as he made his way to the sideline. It didn’t look like Mason was able to put much weight on his right leg, and he was down in pain on the sideline for several moments.

Mason is the Ravens’ leading receiver today against the Browns with four receptions for 50 yards, and was on the receiving end of one of Joe Flacco’s two touchdown throws.

No official word from the Ravens just yet, but Mason was limited in practice this week due to an ankle issue.

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