Found November 09, 2011 on The Purple Chaos:
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Baltimore Ravens veteran wide receiver Lee Evans returned to practice Wednesday afternoon after missing the past six games with a high ankle sprain. If there is little swelling or pain Thursday, Evans could play Sunday in Seattle against the Seahawks. The Ravens acquired Evans in a trade this off-season from the Buffalo Bills, as a [...]
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