Ravens LB C.J. Mosley has no ligament damage, no timetable to return
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By Matthew Stevens

Baltimore Ravens fans collectively held their breath in the first half against the Cincinnati Bengals. Linebacker C.J. Mosley went over to the sideline limping before eventually being carted off the field.

After the game, coach John Harbaugh opened up about Mosley’s injury a little more. MRI reports at the stadium showed no ligament or structural damage, which is as good as it can really get in that situation.

While there is no structural damage, Mosley is likely going to miss some time. Though Harbaugh didn’t specify, one doctor gave his opinion using his experience and the timeline is a few weeks.

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Losing Mosley for any extended time hurts a defense that is already without defensive tackle Willie Henry (hernia surgery) and cornerback Jimmy Smith (suspension). Going up against two high-powered offenses in the Denver Broncos and Pittsburgh Steelers over the next two weeks is going to be tough without Smith already and now possibly without...



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