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Ray Lewis is looking forward to coming back. He may have meant in 2013, but we shouldn't put it past him that he thinks he can return this year. For the first time since tearing his triceps muscle four weeks ago, Lewis returned to team facilities and met with his coach and teammates says Jamison Hensley of ESPN.
Lewis was injured back on October 14th. The injury looked severe at the time, and an MRI the following day confirmed it. He was placed on the injured reserve, but designated him as eligible to return. This means Lewis could return on December 12th. But yesterday, Lewis made his return on a lesser scale in his surprise visit to the team facilities.
"It's truly great to be back with my teammates," Lewis said in a statement. "I've really missed these guys and the feel of being around the team and in the locker room. I am focused on rehabbing and getting my arm and body as strong as they can be. I will speak in person when I know a little more about my progress. I'm working hard and looking forward to coming back and helping this team. But right now, the focus should be on the guys playing, and I'll be the biggest cheerleader I can be for them."
It seems unlikely that Lewis will be able to play again, and just about everyone in the sport has all but ruled him out for the rest of the season, but it sounds as if Lewis will be back for another season if he can't play again this year. Lewis had hinted at retirement after this year, but no player wants to go out this way.
Lewis has played his entire 17-year career with the Baltimore Ravens. He is a future Hall of Famer. Baltimore's defense struggles without him. But for now, and probably for this whole season, the team will have to figure out how to operate without him on defense.
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Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis watched his teammates practice on Friday as he continues to rehab a torn right triceps.
In a public statement released by the Ravens, it sounds like Lewis isn’t ready to retire just yet.
“It’s truly great to be back with my teammates,” Lewis said in a statement issued by the team, per USA TODAY Sports. “I’ve really missed these guys...
Ray Lewis made a surprise visit to the Baltimore Ravens facility on Friday, according to ESPN, and still eyes for a comeback this season after tearing his triceps earlier in the season.
Lewis says he will return, but we’re not sure if it’s exactly a comeback for this season, as it could mean a return for 2013 instead as well.
Lewis is currently on injured reserve with designation...
Ray Lewis made his first appearance at the Baltimore Ravens practice facility Friday since his October surgery to repair a torn triceps muscle. The Ravens have not ruled out Lewis returning this season. Though his participation in practice remains a long ways off, Lewis issued a statement that offered encouragement about his recovery.
Its truly great to be back with my teammates...
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It’s been an ugly day for Oakland.
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Ellerbe indicated he has already appealed the fine.
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Joe Flacco led a record-setting day for the Baltimore Ravens, who scored touchdowns at a dizzying rate in several different ways.
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The Ravens have scored three touchdowns in the third quarter to blow the game open. Baltimore now leads Oakland 48-17 after a Sam Koch touchdown run on a fake field goal attempt.
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