Landry Should Return This Season

The Baltimore Sun reports that Ravens strong safety Dawan Landry is expected to return this season after sustaining a spinal cord concussion in Sunday’s 28-10 victory over the Cleveland Browns.

Landry was released from the hospital Monday and will wear a cervical collar for at least a week.

His stability tests are “normal,” coach John Harbaugh said.“He’ll be playing in some number of weeks,” Harbaugh said. “It won’t be too many weeks.”

Landry took a left knee from Browns running back Jamal Lewis to the crown of his helmet and needed to be carted off the field in the final minute of the first half.

The Ravens announced Sunday night that Landry had “neurologically recovered” and remained at Maryland Shock Trauma overnight.

Landry will be replaced in the starting lineup by Jim Leonhard, who had started six games for the Bills a year ago.

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