Posted November 17, 2011 on AP on Fox

TORONTO - DECEMBER 3: Lee Evans #83 of the Buffalo Bills looks to catch the ball during their NFL game against the New York Jets on December 3, 2009 at Rogers Centre in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The Jets defeated the Bills 19-13. (Photo by Rick Stewart/Getty Images)
Lee Evans can't say for sure whether he will be back on the field Sunday when the Baltimore Ravens face the Cincinnati Bengals in a showdown for first place in the AFC North. The speedy wide receiver does know this much: He's sick of watching games from the sideline. Obtained in a preseason trade with the Buffalo Bills, Evans was supposed to give the Ravens the deep threat they've been lacking for years. The eight-year pro played in the first two games, but has missed the last seven with a left ankle injury. Evans knows he has to be patient, but says it ''hasn't been an easy process.'' He's optimistic about returning Sunday, although he expects his status to be a game-time decision. Evans has only two catches this season.
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