'Good sign' for injured Ravens running back Justin Forsett

OWINGS MILLS, Md. -- Baltimore Ravens running back Justin Forsett doesn't have a high ankle sprain, coach John Harbaugh said Monday.

"So, that's a good sign," Harbaugh said. "It gives him a chance certainly for this week."

Forsett hurt his ankle late in the fourth quarter of Sunday's 33-30 overtime loss to the Cleveland Browns. He walked off the field on his own power, but he didn't play in overtime.

Forsett said he didn't return to the game because he was worried about causing more damage to his ankle. He was injured while being tackled by Browns safety Donte Whitner on a 32-yard catch.

“It’s tough," Forsett said. "You want to be out there and help your team win, and you can’t do any help on the sideline.”

After the game, Forsett didn't walk with a limp in the locker room. Forsett and backup running back Lorenzo Taliaferro (foot), who was inactive Sunday, both could be limited throughout practice this week.

In the last two games, Forsett has accounted for 44 percent of the Ravens' offense, totaling 320 of Baltimore's 733 yards.