Jacoby Jones, Michael Oher hurt

DENVER -- Baltimore Ravens wide receiver/returner Jacoby Jones was injured in the second quarter of Thursday night's season opener against the Denver Broncos when his own teammate, rookie Brynden Trawick, ran into him on a punt return.

Jones walked off the field gingerly and was taken to the locker room for examination. He was sidelined with what the team said was a right knee sprain.

"That's an experience problem; he's an inexperienced guy," Ravens coach John Harbaugh said of Trawick.

Ravens right tackle Michael Oher sprained his ankle on a second-quarter touchdown run by Ray Rice when guard Marshal Yanda rolled into him. Rookie fifth-round pick Rick Wagner replaced Oher.

Marlon Brown and Brandon Stokley replaced Jones, who caught a 70-yard touchdown in the final seconds of regulation to tie the AFC divisional playoff game against Denver nine months ago.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.