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Ravens All-Pro linebacker Ray Lewis hasn't been sidelined since 2007, but his streak of 57 consecutive games played is expected to end Sunday.
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Oh, no. No no no no no no.
Bad news in Ravenstown, folks.
Aaron Wilson tweeted early Friday morning that the foot injury that has kept Ray Lewis out of practice this week isn’t nearly as trivial as all of us had thought, and hoped, it would be. It looks much worse, as Ray will miss Sunday’s crucial division clash with the Cincinnati Bengals, and could miss more:
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The Baltimore Ravens linebacker is reportedly out for the team's game against the Cincinnati Bengals and could miss additional games due to a toe injury.
Baltimore Ravens All-Pro middle linebacker Ray Lewis is expected to miss at least one game due to a toe injury suffered against the Seattle Seahawks. Lewis is slated to miss at least this Sunday's game against the Cincinnati Bengals and likely next week's Thanksgiving game against the San Francisco 49ers, if not more games, according to the Carroll County Times.
Here comes a blow to the Baltimore defense. Middle linebacker Ray Lewis won't play Sunday, according to this report from Aaron Wilson.
Lewis had missed practice the last two days and was visiting a specialist in South Florida, Wilson reported. The linebacker is dealing with a toe injury.
The Ravens have a few options on who can take his place in the starting defense.
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…
Ravens linebacker hates missing games, so I wouldn't rule him outIt's tempting to look at the possibility that Ray Lewis will be sidelined for Sunday's game against the Cincinnati Bengals and wonder if the Ravens are mentally tough enough to take care of business at this very important juncture in the season.
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.
Lewis, who has been...
Twelve-time Pro Bowl selection not ruled out for Sunday vs. BengalsRay Lewis did not practice this week, but the inside linebacker is listed by the Ravens as questionable for Sunday’s AFC North clash with the Cincinnati Bengals.
Despite a report earlier this week that Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis will not play against the Bengals because of a toe injury and could miss up to four weeks, Lewis hasn’t given up hope on this week yet. Peter King reported at halftime of Notre Dame’s game on Saturday that Lewis will try to suit…
Jones, Allen also missingRavens inside linebacker Ray Lewis was absent from the portion of Wednesday’s practice open to the media. Lewis was not reported to have suffered an injury in Sunday’s 22-17 loss to the Seattle Seahawks, but he did have his right forearm wrapped during his weekly interview before practice.
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.
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 Ravens are coming off their third loss to a team that's below .500 for the season. That may not bode well for the young, but surprising Cincinnati Bengals.
Baltimore has been able to bounce back each time they've lost a game this season and a win Sunday will put them in the driver's seat in the AFC playoff race. That should be enough motivation for Baltimore....