Michael Oher injury: Ravens OT 'questionable' to return with ankle injury

Right tackle Michael Oher became the second Ravens player to be taken out with an injury caused by his own teammate Thursday night.

Michael Oher is questionable to return to Thursday night's game between the Denver Broncos and the Baltimore Ravens after suffering an ankle injury in the second quarter. Oher sustained the injury when teammate Marshal Yanda rolled on the tackle's leg while blocking for Ray Rice's 1-yard touchdown run.

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The injury was the Ravens' second potentially big blow suffered on offense. Wide receiver Jacoby Jones is doubtful to return after teammate Brynden Trawick ran into him on a punt return. Both Oher and Jones had been playing well. Oher and the rest of the offensive line had been doing a nice job keeping Joe Flacco clean in the pocket. Jones had three receptions for 24 yards before leaving.

Oher was replaced in the lineup by Ricky Wagner, who was drafted in the fifth round of the 2013 NFL Draft out of Wisconsin. Wagner has a pedigree for opening holes in a run-heavy offense, but Ravens fans still have every right to be nervous about their offensive line if Oher's ankle injury turns out to be serious.

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