posted on Oct, 25 2004 @ 05:23 PM
Baltimore Ravens All-Pro offensive tackle Jonathan Ogden could miss this week's game at Philadelphia against the undefeated Eagles because of a left
Ogden suffered the injury during Sunday's 20-6 win over the Buffalo Bills and needed to be carted to the locker room.
"It is a hamstring, the severity of which, we'll have to see," Ravens head coach Brian Billick said on Monday. "Fortunately, it's not a joint injury
which is always more of a concern, although hamstrings can be a problem. We're too close to the event to find out exactly how severe it is."
Ogden is expected to undergo an MRI on Monday and the team will wait until Wednesday to disclose his playing status.
The seven-time Pro Bowl selection and nine-year veteran, Ogden also missed time earlier this season with a sprained left knee.
In other Ravens news, the status of tight end Todd Heap is unclear. He has missed the last four games with an ankle injury and might be back in the
lineup on Sunday. Defensive lineman Peter Boulware hopes to back in the lineup within the next two weeks after missing the entire season with a knee
injury that was suffered last year. Offensive linemen Orlando Brown and Ethan Brooks both suffered a broken finger on Sunday and will likely play this