Ravens' Taylor likely has concussion

Backup QB suffered injury in fourth quarter vs. Panthers. Terry McCormick

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Baltimore Ravens backup quarterback Tyrod Taylor may have suffered a concussion in the fourth quarter of Thursday night's loss to the Carolina Panthers, per the Baltimore Sun's Aaron Wilson.

"The only one injury issue was Tyrod," Ravens coach John Harbaugh said. "He went through the concussion protocol there. So, we'll have to play that one by ear. I haven't heard anything on that. Other than that, we came out healthy. I'm very pleased about that."

Taylor, who was 3 for 4 for 26 yards, but had one interception that was returned for a touchdown, was replaced in the game by Caleb Hanie.

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