A disappointed coach John Harbaugh confirmed Monday that Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Jacoby Jones was injured early Monday morning while celebrating Bryant McKinnie's birthday.
Jacoby was left bleeding from the head after an incident on a party bus, multiple media outlets reported.
The incident occurred around 3 a.m. Police were called, but no arrests were made. Jones refused treatment from medical personnel, too.
Jones' injuries were not serious enough to keep him from attending scheduled workout and rehab session for his right knee on Monday.
"As far as Jacoby, he's fine," the Ravens coach said. "He went through everything that he was supposed to go through. He didn't miss anything."
Harbaugh added his opinion about the incident.
"I'm not very impressed personally with the report," Harbaugh said. "It's not something we want to be known for. I'd like to think it's not something that those guys would want to be known for. It's nothing to be proud of. I'm kind of disappointed in that sense.
"I addressed it with the team. What do you want to be known for? Do you want to be known as a football player or do you want to be known for that?
"My dad, Jack Harbaugh, is here, and that's definitely a motto that was enforced in our household: Nothing good happens after midnight. I did reiterate that with the guys, yes."