The Panthers achieved the first main goal of the preseason, and that was getting out without any major injuries.
DE Tyler Brayton had the scariest-looking one of the night, as someone fell across his left ankle after his second sack. He was wearing a walking boot in the locker room afterward, saying it could have been worse.
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There were no broken bones, and he said tests Friday would tell him how severe the problem might be.
The only other two injuries coach John Fox mentioned were LB Jamar Williams (shoulder) and LB Quinton Culberson (quad bruise).
— Funny scene in the locker room, and more proof that QB Matt Moore is handling things just the right way.
While reporters were waiting for Moore, rookie Jimmy Clausen finished getting dressed and said he was ready. So he answered a few questions, when Moore walked by.
"See you guys," Moore said, walking past.
A quick duck around the corner to catch the starter revealed him standing there laughing and waiting.
- The Ravens offensive touchdown, a 30-yard pass from Joe Flacco to Mark Clayton, may have had a little assist.
It appeared Panthers CB Captain Munnerlyn fell down just before the catch, but the Panthers insisted Clayton got away with a push.
“He shoved me in the back,” Munnerlyn said. “I kept waiting for somebody to call it and nobody did. Maybe they didn’t see it, but he definitely got me.”
— Darin Gantt