Ravens wide-out Derrick Mason told Jerry Coleman of Fox Sports Radio 1370 on Tuesday that he had a surgical procedure on his broken right pinky finger Monday and had a pin inserted.
Mason said he would be able to play against the Dolphins on Nov. 7 after the Ravens' bye week.
Mason was on the injured list last week with an ankle and finger injury. Coach John Harbaugh wasn't asked about Mason's injury in his news conference on Monday, but Mason told Coleman on Sunday after the team's win over Buffalo that he would have surgery. During Coleman's Tuesday show, he said he would be able to play in the next game.