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Tyrod Taylor Goes Through Concussion Test


The Ravens came out of their third preseason game with one injury concern.

Backup quarterback Tyrod Taylor underwent tests for a concussion after being hit at the end of a weaving run, in which his helmet was knocked off.

"He went through the concussion protocol, so we'll just have to play that one by ear," Head Coach John Harbaugh said. "Have not heard anything on that. Other than that, we came out healthy, very pleased about that."

Taylor was trying to convert on a third-and-7 in the fourth quarter when he was chased from the pocket. The nimble quarterback went backwards and weaved in and out of a couple defenders before taking off to the other side of the field.

Seeing he wasn't going to make it to the first-down marker, Taylor dove forward but still took a good hit from strong safety Mike Mitchell, knocking his helmet off.

Taylor didn't seem shaken up by the play and came off the field under his own power. He was taken to the locker room immediately, however. Third-string quarterback Caleb Hanie finished the game.

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