The bus carrying the Baltimore Ravens from the New Orleans airport to their hotel was involved in an accident Sunday evening.

Qadry Ismail, the former wide receiver who is now a TV/radio analyst, tweeted the news, saying the bus had been sideswiped.

There were no injuries, Ravens spokesman Chad Steele said, and the accident was more of a fender bender than crash.

Earlier this month, there was a far scarier accident involving the bus carrying some members of the Washington Redskins to the game against the Vikings in Minneapolis. No one was injured in that accident, which prompted police there to re-examine their escort practices.

The Ravens play the Saints on Monday night in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, where the Ravens won Super Bowl XLVII. That game, of course, was marked by a power failure.