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12-time Pro Bowler dealing with what team describes as foot ailmentThe Ravens, who are preparing for the Cincinnati Bengals this Sunday, confirmed in Wednesday’s injury report that inside linebacker Ray Lewis did indeed miss practice. Lewis, who was not reported to have suffered an injury in Sunday’s 22-17 loss to the Seattle Seahawks, was described as dealing with a foot injury.
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Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis is not expected to play in Sunday's game against the AFC North rival Cincinnati Bengals.
The Carroll County Times reported that Lewis will miss "at least this game and possibly more" with a toe injury. He has not missed a game since 2007.
Lewis has not practiced this week and, according to the newspaper, traveled to South Florida...
According to Aaron Wilson of the Carroll County Times, Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis will miss this week’s game against the Bengals due to a toe injury. Lewis flew down to South Florida on Thursday to get his toe examined by a specialist. This is clearly not good news for Lewis and the Ravens, he’s [...]
It would be his second straight missed practiceIt appears that Ravens middle linebacker Ray Lewis will miss a second consecutive practice leading into Sunday's showdown with the Cincinnati Bengals.
We interrupt the ongoing coverage of the most thrilling 17-13 game in recent memory to look ahead to a fairly significant game that will be played on Sunday. Aaron Wilson of the Carroll County Times reports that Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis will miss Sunday’s game against the Bengals with a toe injury that has caused…
The Baltimore Ravens are heading into a game this Sunday which has playoff implications against divisional opponent, the Cincinnati Bengals. Coming off a disappointing loss to the Seattle Seahawks, the Bengals must find a way to get back into the win column this week but will have to do so without one of their key players, LB Ray Lewis.
The Carroll County Times reports...
Baltimore Ravens middle linebacker Ray Lewis isn't expected to play in Sunday's game against Cincinnati because of a toe injury that has prevented him from practicing all week. Citing Lewis' toughness, Ravens coach John Harbaugh refused to rule out the two-time NFL Defensive Player of the Year against the Bengals.
Ray Lewis has started 57 straight games for the Baltimore Ravens, but that streak likely will come to an end this weekend.
Ravens inside linebacker Ray Lewis is expected to miss Sunday's game against the Cincinnati Bengals and could miss more, according to a published report.
Two key players in Sunday's Cincinnati Bengals-Baltimore Ravens game -- Ravens inside linebacker Ray Lewis and Bengals wide receiver A.J. Green -- missed a second straight day of practice Thursday.
The big story this week for the Ravens has been the availability of Ray Lewis. Although most of the story has unfolded within the last 24 hours, Baltimore has listed the inside linebacker as questionable.
Joining Lewis with a questionable tag are wide receiver Lee Evans and inside linebacker Dannell Ellerbe. Evans is still recovering from an ankle injury and Ellerbe is getting...