With the Ravens hoping to march down the field to set up a last-second field goal against San Diego, one player was noticeably absent from the playing field.
That was Torrey Smith, who limped off on the previous drive after injuring his knee. When reporters asked him about it following the 34-33 loss, Smith gave a non-answer, deferring the question to coach John Harbaugh. Harbaugh was asked about Smith during his Monday presser, to which he downplayed any severity to the injury.
"Torrey didn't really have anything too serious. I don't even know how to describe it right now; [Ravens head certified athletic trainer] Mark [Smith] hasn't explained to me what it was," Harbaugh said. "But he will be just getting ready for Miami. I guess I'd call him day-to-day. We didn't come out of there with anything too serious."
Early in the game, receiver Marlon Brown sustained a concussion after his head hit the turf following a completion. He exited, which was a shame since he was having his best game of the season with three catches for 25 yards. Two of those completions came on third down.
"Marlon had the concussion protocol, so we'll see how that goes during the week," Harbaugh said. "And [with Michael] Campanaro, it's a hamstring. So, we'll keep our fingers crossed and hopefully he can get out there."
The Baltimore Sun's Aaron Wilson added a note on Brown, indicating that he wasn't experiencing many concussion-like symptoms on Monday.
<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" lang="en"><p>Hearing that Marlon Brown (concussion) is feeling much better today, symptoms subsiding</p>— Aaron Wilson (@RavensInsider) <a href="https://twitter.com/RavensInsider/status/539509021741686784">December 1, 2014</a></blockquote>
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