Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis and cornerback Jimmy
Smith returned to the practice field yesterday, while linebacker Terrell Suggs,
who is expected to be a game-time decision this weekend, was held out of
Wednesday’s session as he continues to recover from a torn biceps, reports
Garrett Downing of BaltimoreRavens.com.
Ray Lewis wasn't the only starter back on the practice
Second-year cornerback Jimmy Smith also returned to
action as a limited participant after missing the last four games because of a
sports hernia injury.
Lewis was able to return to the practice field only 45 days
after tearing his triceps muscle. While it’s a good sign that he’s back at
practice with the Ravens, the veteran linebacker isn’t eligible to return until
the team’s Dec. 16 contest against the Denver Broncos.
Smith has been out since Week 10 due to a sports hernia
injury. The cornerback underwent surgery following the team’s Week 10 contest
and has been inactive since. It remains unclear if Smith with recover this week
to return to play this weekend.
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