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Baltimore Ravens Mascot Suffers Injury From Fall During Halftime Event

The Baltimore Ravens mascot, Poe, went down on the field in a fall that could have caused a serious injury during a halftime event on Saturday.

The feathery mascot took the tumble during an exhibition football game that featured the Amateur Athletic Union Baltimore youth football team against team mascots, including the University of Delaware’s YoUDee, the Baltimore Orioles’ Bird and the Washington Capitals’ Slapshot.

Poe immediately used his feathers to grab his leg after the fall and medical staff soared to his aid.

Staff carted the bird off the field before the second half of the game between the Ravens and the Washington Commanders.

The injured Poe saw the Ravens’ team doctor, Dr. Andrew Tucker, for a possible torn ACL, reported WUSA-TV sports director and anchor Darren M. Haynes.

Poe isn’t the first mascot to be carted off the field for an injury.

The mascot later gave a thumbs-up to the crowd following the injury and confirmed he was “good” on his Twitter account.



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