Jacoby Jones, of the Baltimore Ravens, injured by stripper on party bus, report says

Jacoby Jones of the Baltimore Ravens reacts during Super Bowl XLVII against the San Francisco 49ers at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome on Feb. 3, 2013, in New Orleans.
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(CBS) WASHINGTON D.C. - Jacoby Jones, a wide receiver for the Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens, was injured Monday morning in a brawl on a party bus in Wash., D.C. filled with his teammates, reports TMZ.

Sources reportedly told the celebrity gossip site that a stripper named Sweet Pea who was on the bus hit Jones in the head with a bottle. According to the site, sources say Jones was "bleeding everywhere."

TMZ reports the fight broke out around 3 a.m. after a night of partying at Opera Ultra Lounge in celebration of Bryant McKinnie's birthday. McKinnie also plays for the Ravens.

Friends of Jones reportedly tried to retaliate against Sweet Pea and a fight between McKinnie and another individual broke out in the process.

Police responded to the party bus on reports of a "bleeding male," TMZ says. Jones was reportedly not taken to the hospital and no arrests were made.

TMZ reports there was evidence of an assault but no one cooperated with authorities.

Jones was injured in week 1 when he sprained his knee. He hasn't played since.

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