Ravens' Harrison hit by stray bullet, suffers "non-life-threatening" injury
The Baltimore Ravens say linebacker Malik Harrison was struck by a stray bullet while at a gathering in Cleveland on Sunday.
The Baltimore Ravens' Malik Harrison has suffered a "non-life-threatening" injury after being struck by a stray bullet, the NFL franchise says.
Harrison hit in calf in Cleveland
The Ravens revealed the bullet struck the 23-year-old's left calf as he was attending a gathering in Cleveland on Sunday night, with Baltimore on a bye in Week 8.
Harrison received medical care at a local hospital but is due to return to Baltimore on Monday.
Baltimore coach "optimistic that it's gonna be okay"
Ravens head coach John Harbaugh said: "I don't think it's severe at all. 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 okay. I feel bad for the situation.
"[I am] Happy that he's okay. Very grateful that he's okay and not hurt worse. I mean, anything can happen, and just a tough situation."
Linebacker Harrison, picked in the third round of the 2020 NFL Draft, has started five games this season, making 22 tackles.