The Ravens made it out of the game fairly healthy, reporting no injuries. Defensive end Pernell McPhee left the game in the first half to have his ankle examined in the locker room, but returned and downplayed the severity of the ailment. "I think it was just a bruise," he said. "I don't think it was nothing. I got it taped up and went back in." ... Rookie kick returner Deonte Thompson fumbled the opening kickoff of the second half when he was hit by former Ravens wide receiver Terrance Copper. The fumble was recovered by former Ravens outside linebacker-tight end Edgar Jones. Thompson was later flagged for offensive holding on a punt return. ... The Ravens held prolific Chiefs punt returner Javier Arenas in check. Arenas was limited to eight yards on four punt returns, a two-yard average. He entered the game averaging 11.3 yards per punt return. However, the Ravens allowed a 41-yard kickoff return to Shaun Draughn. ... A Quinn touchdown pass to Dwayne Bowe was nullified by an offensive pass interference penalty on Dexter McCluster when he ran an illegal pick. ... Wide receiver LaQuan Williams (Maryland) was active for the first time this season, and made the tackle on the opening kickoff. Rookie safety Christian Thompson was inactive for the first time. The fourth-round draft pick was a healthy scratch. The Ravens deactivated rookie cornerback Asa Jackson offensive tackle Jah Reid (strained right calf), tight end Billy Bajema, defensive tackle DeAngelo Tyson, outside linebacker Sergio Kindle and defensive tackle Bryan Hall.