Baltimore Sun: Less than 24 hours after being wheeled f...

Baltimore Sun: Less than 24 hours after being wheeled from the AFC
championship game at Heinz Field on a stretcher, Ravens RB Willis Mcgahee was back in the team locker room at Owings Mills today
talking about the ferocious hit he had yet to see. "I'm all right.
Everything's OK," McGahee said after the team's final meeting of
the season with HC Harbaugh. "The MRI and CAT scans checked out
good, so everything's good." After catching a pass from QB Joe Flacco in the middle of the field and taking a few steps downfield
late in the 4th quarter of the Steelers' 23-14 win, McGahee was
drilled by Pittsburgh safety Ryan Clark. It appeared that Clark's
shoulder and head hit McGahee's head. McGahee fumbled the ball and
the Ravens RB stayed on the ground motionless for many minutes
while being attended by medical staff. He was eventually strapped
to a stretcher and taken from the field. After an overnight stay
at UPMC Presbyterian Hospital, McGahee returned to Baltimore this

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