AFC North injury report: Ravens lose Lardarius Webb for year with torn ACL

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The Baltimore Ravens suffered a host of injuries including a season-ending torn ACL for Lardarius Webb

The Baltimore Ravens earned a hard-fought win against the Dallas Cowboys, but paid dearly to get it.

Lardarius Webb was lost for the season with a torn ACL, severely weakening the Ravens' secondary. Without Webb, the duo of Cary Williams and Jimmy Smith have to step up.

Nose tackle Haloti Ngata left the game with a sprained MCL while linebacker Ray Lewis exited with what appears to be a torn tricep muscle. Both are listed as questionable for next week's game against the Houston Texans until further tests take place.

As usual, the Pittsburgh Steelers are a MASH unit. Running backs Rashard Mendenhall (Achilles) and Issac Redman (hamstring) both were forced out early on Thursday night, while linebacker Chris Carter (hamstring), offensive lineman Maurkice Pouncey (leg) and tackle Marcus Gilbert (ankle) are in the same boat.

All five are said to be questionable for next weekend.

The Cincinnati Bengals lost to the Cleveland Browns on the road, but only had one injury problem. Fullback Brian Leonard sustained a rib injury and didn't return to the contest, leaving his status uncertain for Week 7.

On the Browns end, Trent Richardson had a premature end to his day with what's being deemed an abdominal injury. Richardson is expected to be ready for next Sunday.

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