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Mark Ingram suffers non-contact calf injury, does not return

Mark Ingram hurt his calf and looks iffy to return against Browns.

Baltimore Ravens running back Mark Ingram celebrates with teammates after scoring a fourth quarter touchdown against the New York Jets at M&T Bank Stadium.  Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY Sports

Mark Ingram went down with a non-contact calf injury early in the fourth quarter against the Browns. He went to the medical tent and hobbled out, looking to be in pain. He is officially questionable to return, but it doesn’t look good. Gus Edwards will take over for Ingram, who has played well today.

UPDATE: Ingram is now headed to the locker room per Adam Schefter.

UPDATE: Ingram suffered a calf strain according to Schefter. The severity isn’t known at this point but with the Ravens wrapping up the No. 1 seed with their win over the Browns, there is no way we see Ingram in Week 17. Depending on the severity, they may even hold out Gus Edwards, who would be their lead back if Ingram misses any time in the playoffs. We could see Justice Hill get good run in Week 17.