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Denver left its game against the Baltimore Ravens as healthy as it entered.
The Denver Broncos entered Sunday's game against the Baltimore Ravens in high spirits and with good health, and left the game in just about the same manner. The Broncos suffered no big injuries during their 34-17 win over Baltimore, their first win in Baltimore in the Ravens era.
Baltimore suffered two injuries during their loss, as Bernard Pierce and Torrey Smith were both forced off the field by knocks to the head, diagnosed as concussions. The team came into the game with the real injury worries, forced to play without Ray Lewis after speculation throughout the week that the star linebacker would end up getting his first time on the field in quite a while.
Denver had only five people on the injury report prior to the beatdown over the Ravens. Everyone on it was listed as no worse than "questionable," with Chris Kuper and Wesley Woodyard being the only two under that category.