Ravens LB Malik Harrison suffers 'non-life-threatening' injury from stray bullet

Baltimore Ravens linebacker Malik Harrison suffered a "non-life-threatening" injury from a stray bullet, the team announced.

The second-year LB was struck in the left calf while attending a gathering Sunday in Cleveland, per the team. Harrison is an Ohio native. He received medical care at a local hospital and is scheduled to return to Baltimore on Monday.

The Ravens were on bye in Week 8.

"I don't think it's severe at all," coach John Harbaugh said. "They're in the process of getting it checked out with the doctors. I haven't heard back on that report yet. It was in the lower leg, I think. I'm optimistic that it's gonna be OK. I feel bad for the situation. Happy that he's OK. Very grateful that he's OK and not hurt worse. I mean, anything can happen, and just a tough situation."

Harrison, who's been placed on the non-football injury list, has recorded 22 tackles this season while starting five of seven games. Baltimore selected the Ohio State product in the third round of the 2020 NFL Draft.

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