Ravens LB Malik Harrison shot by stray bullet in Cleveland

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The Baltimore Ravens released a statement that linebacker Malik Harrison was shot in the leg in Cleveland on Sunday night.

Harrison sustained a non-life-threatening bullet wound to his left calf outside a restaurant on E. 9th Street in downtown Cleveland. He was not targeted in the shooting, which also damaged the windows of a Dunkin Donuts store on the street.

The Ravens were on their bye weekend. Harrison, a Columbus native, was attending a family gathering in Cleveland.

Harrison is in his second year with the Ravens and is a starter on the Baltimore defense. It’s not easy to pull for a Ravens player, but here’s hoping everything turns out well for Harrison.