The Baltimore Ravens announced on Monday that linebacker Malik Harrison was shot in his left calf on Sunday at what it described as a gathering in Cleveland.
The Ravens described Harrison's injury as "non-life-threatening" and that the shooting was the result of a "stray bullet."
"On Sunday night while attending a gathering in Cleveland, Malik Harrison sustained a non-life-threatening injury after being struck by a stray bullet in the left calf," the Ravens statement reads. "Malik, who received medical care at a local hospital, has been in touch with our team doctors and will return to Baltimore today."
The Ravens didn't provide any further information on Harrison's status or the shooting, which took place as Baltimore was on a bye week.
The Ravens drafted Harrison, 23, in the third round of the 2020 draft out of Ohio State. He played in all 16 Ravens games as a rookie and has started in five of the seven games he's played this season. The Ravens didn't provide a prognosis on his health or his playing status moving forward beyond noting that the injury isn't life threatening.
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