Clutching his right arm in pain late in the fourth quarter Sunday night,
Although Suggs appeared to injure his biceps, the team made no announcement regarding the injury . Suggs is scheduled to be examined by a doctor Monday, while the team awaits more information on his status.
"No immediate word on Terrell Suggs," coach
In the locker room afterward, Suggs' arm wasn't in a sling. He was careful not to use it much, though.
Suggs declined to get into specifics about his injury, only telling The Baltimore Sun: "I'll be all right."
If this injury sidelines Suggs, it would mark the second time this year he would have to battle back from injury. Suggs made it back from a partially torn right Achilles tendon sustained in late April that required surgery.
"We know he's a tough guy," nose guard
Suggs' injury created concern among his teammates considering his importance to the defense in terms of skill and leadership.
"I saw him going off and I kind of shook my head," free safety
Should Suggs miss time with the arm injury, the Ravens would fill his spot with a combination of players. That would include outside linebackers
"We definitely don't want to lose any other players," Upshaw said. "A player like Suggs, his presence is a big thing for us."
Outside linebacker Paul Kruger sacked Steelers quarterback
However, that's not the play that will stick with Kruger from this game.
During the first play of the Steelers' game-winning drive, Batch's throw was completed to
"I had a clear shot at him," Kruger said. "I just threw my hands too high and shouldn't have made it that close. It was a big mistake on my part for even making it a possible call, and I can't believe I put my teammates in that situation. There's not much to say."
Kruger said he disagreed with the call.
"I didn't think so, but I saw out of the corner of my eye the referee throw the flag," said Kruger, who leads the Ravens with 6.5 sacks. "I'm just disappointed in myself, and I can't put my teammates in that situation."
During the third quarter, Batch threw an incomplete pass to running back
Harbaugh made an unsuccessful challenge of the play, looking for a fumble ruling. The original call was upheld, costing the Ravens a timeout.
"Yes, that was not a good decision by me," said Harbaugh, who's now 3-for-5 this season on replay challenges. "That was not a good decision. I just felt like he was lying on his back and winging it, and I thought maybe his arm wasn't going forward when I saw it. Looking back on it, it wasn't a good challenge."
The Ravens lost their final timeout with 1:46 left in the game when cornerback
Because the injury occurred in the final 2 minutes, the Ravens were charged with their third and final timeout of the game.
It didn't wind up mattering since the Ravens never got the ball back as Steelers kicker
"It's nothing serious," Brown said. "I just tweaked my ankle. I think I stepped on somebody's foot."
Leach delivers big block
Ravens rugged All-Pro fullback
Leach took down a heavyweight Sunday, sending hefty Steelers veteran nose guard
"I had a nice shot on him," Leach said. "He thought he would make a play in the backfield, and I came out of nowhere to hit him. I was just doing my job. It was pretty cool. He wasn't expecting a fullback to come block him. We haven't showed it all year."
The 6-foot, 260-pound Leach also caught four passes for 40 yards out of the backfield.
"We just took advantage of what we were doing, closing down runs," Leach said. "They were able to sneak me out of the backfield."
Saw it coming
Graham darted back into coverage to intercept a high sideline pass intended for running back
Through scouting reports of the Steelers, Graham knew what was happening right away.
"We saw it on film several times where Brown threw the ball," said Graham after intercepting his second pass of the season against the Steelers and leading the Ravens with a game-high 11 tackles. "It wasn't a surprise for me. When I saw him get the reverse and I seen the running back leaking out, I figured it was a reverse pass. It wasn't a surprise. I just got to make the play."
McPhee had been sidelined with right knee and thigh injuries. He underwent two arthroscopic knee surgeries prior to training camp.
"Thank God for another opportunity to go out and compete," said McPhee, who had one tackle working in behind
The Ravens played without starting inside linebacker
Although listed as limited in practice Friday, Ellerbe acknowledged that he didn't really do much at all and would be a game-time decision.
Ellerbe said he wasn't close to playing this week.
"Close doesn't matter," he said. "If I can go, I'm going to go. It's definitely getting better."
Injured middle linebacker