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Torrey Smith injury: Ravens wide receiver suffers concussion

Ravens WR Torrey Smith exited in the third quarter of a 31-3 blowout with a concussion, making Baltimore's bad day even worse.


Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Torrey Smith left the team's game against the Denver Broncos on Sunday after sustaining a concussion in the third quarter.

Smith appeared to bang his head on the turf after failing to make a catch on the sideline during the third quarter. TV cameras showed Smith unsuccessfully attempting to get back on his feet after the play, which was reviewed and upheld. Later, Smith was shown on the sidelines ripping off his tape and gloves while pacing in frustration.

Smith caught one pass for 14 yards in the game for the Ravens, who are trailing the Broncos near the end of the third quarter, 31-3. On the season, Smith has 44 receptions for 767 yards and seven touchdowns.

Last year, as a rookie out of Maryland, Smith caught 50 passes for 841 yards and seven scores. Smith was selected in the second round (58th overall) of the 2011 NFL Draft by the Ravens.