Detroit Lions running back/kick returner Stefan Logan was carted to the locker room in the second quarter of Friday's 27-12 win over the Baltimore Ravens with what the team called an ankle injury. After the game, Tim Twentyman of Lions.com tweeted this update: Anwar Richardson of MLive added this one: Jim Schwartz on the injury, via Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press: Logan was injured on a play in the second quarter. Lined up as a running back, he attempted to take a handoff from Matthew Stafford, but his leg began to buckle. He and Stafford collided and were piled on by Ravens players. Logan initially limped off the field under his own power, but the cart was eventually brought to the sidelines to take him back to the locker room. For more on the Lions, check out Pride of Detroit.