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Ravens' Mason to have 'broken' pinkie finger re-examined

Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Derrick Mason re-injured his surgically repaired right pinkie finger during the team's 26-21 loss to the Atlanta Falcons on Thursday, according to the *Carroll County Times*.

"It looks like it's broken again, the same finger," Mason told reporters after the loss. "It doesn't look good."

Mason underwent X-rays after the game and was seen in the locker room with his finger wrapped. He plans to have the finger examined Friday in Baltimore, according to the newspaper.

Mason had surgery on the finger during the Ravens' Week 8 bye. He broke the pinkie in a loss to the New England Patriots in Week 6 but played against the Buffalo Bills the following week.

The two-time Pro Bowl selection has not missed a game since 2002.

Mason has 34 receptions for 447 yards and three touchdowns this season, including four catches for 48 yards and a touchdown against the Falcons.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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