The Ravens got some good news on the injury front Monday.
Wide receiver Jeremy Maclin (knee) and defensive tackle Carl Davis (undisclosed) both underwent MRI's Monday, which determined that their injuries will not be season-ending, Head Coach John Harbaugh announced.
"Nothing serious with those guys in the sense that they'd be out for the season," Harbaugh said. "I think that's quite a statement given the fact that there's not a lot of season left, up to six games [including the playoffs]. We expect both of those guys back as soon as possible."
Both players could return as early as Saturday for the matchup with the Indianapolis Colts.
Maclin suffered his injury in the first quarter when he got drilled making a 22-yard catch over the middle. He initially returned to the game after getting checked out in the locker room, but was then ruled out after halftime.
Davis left the game in the second half and did not return.
"Both of those guys will do everything they can to get back this week – varying degrees of likelihood," Harbaugh said. "You never know. It could be this week with both of those guys or either one of those guys. We'll just see how they progress and they wouldn't have to practice to play in the game at this stage [in the season]."
Maclin, 29, has dealt with a variety of injuries over the course of the year. He's battled shoulder and back issues, and has caught 40 passes for 440 yards and three touchdowns on the season. His production has waned in recent weeks, but the veteran receiver is still an important piece of the passing game.
Davis has played a valuable role as a rotational defensive lineman this year, playing in 13 games and starting eight. He has 17 tackles and a pass defensed this season.
"They'll go to work and they'll do everything they can to be ready for Sunday, I'm sure," Harbaugh said.