Ravens injury update: John Harbaugh 'optimistic' on Ray Rice's hip injury

Brad Mills-USA TODAY Sports

Ray Rice had to leave the Ravens-Browns game early in the fourth quarter.

It was a bit concerning when Ray Rice fell to the ground and grabbed his hip.

The Ravens' running back looked like he was in considerable pain on the turf, before limping off into the locker room. It was revealed Rice in fact suffered a hip injury, though the severity was unknown.

Coach John Harbaugh later told reporters that the Ravens were "confident and optimistic" right now. Clearly, those are good things for anyone to hear in regards to an injury. Rice will have an MRI on his injured hip.

Cornerback Chykie Brown came out of the game with a knee strain, which he'll receive an MRI on Monday. Harbaugh said the trainers don't think there is any damage in there. However, they're taking a precautionary route here.

Rookie linebacker Arthur Brown injured his pectoral and will also receive an MRI on Monday. It was something that required him to co come out of the game.

Defensive end Chris Canty sustained a groin strain, which caused him to miss a good chunk of the game. The severity on this is unknown, though Harbaugh did not mention any MRI status for Canty.

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