Baltimore Ravens’ Harrison Owner Shot in Cleveland Nightclub, Reports – CBS Philly

Baltimore (WJZ-TV) – The team announced, Monday, that Baltimore Ravens quarterback, owner Harrison, was shot in the leg by a stray bullet Sunday night in Cleveland. Harrison was reportedly hit in the left calf at the rally, and his injury was described as non-life-threatening.

The team says Harrison has been in contact with team doctors and will return to Baltimore on Monday.

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The Baltimore Sun reported that Harrison was injured at a nightclub in downtown Cleveland on Sunday night. After a brawl broke out in the cabaret, someone allegedly fired “several shots” while security was evacuating people, one of which hit Harrison in the leg.

His status with the team is not yet known.

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Harrison was selected by the Ravens in the third round of the 2020 NFL Draft. He went to Ohio State University, and grew up 15 minutes from college, according to his resume.

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During a press conference on Monday, coach John Harbaugh said he had not yet had a chance to speak with Harrison, but was optimistic the injury was not serious.

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“I feel bad for the situation,” he said, “happy he’s okay, very grateful he’s okay and not hurt worse.” “I mean, anything can happen. It’s just a tough situation.”


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