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NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Baltimore Ravens starting right tackle Willie Anderson, a four-time Pro Bowler, is out of Saturday's playoff game against the Tennessee Titans with a stinger shooting down his left arm.
Anderson's return to the game is questionable. He still is on the sideline and hasn't been taken in for X-rays, which is a good sign.
The injury occurred early on the Ravens' third possession. He was replaced by Adam Terry, and the Ravens drove for a touchdown. Joe Flacco connected with Derrick Mason on a 48-yard strike to tie the game at 7.
Flacco's throw came on third-and-13. So much for my earlier post about the Ravens' reluctance to call his number on third-and-long.
Flacco is only 2-for-4, but he has 56 yards and a score.
Update: Anderson has returned to the game.