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It appears Sunday’s win cost the 5-1 Ravens their top cornerback, and also quite possibly the longtime heart and soul of the defense.
Following up the report of Lardarius Webb’s potentially season-ending injury, NFL Network’s Jeff Darlington hears that linebacker Ray Lewis may have suffered a torn triceps tendon against the Cowboys in Week 6.
Both players will undergo MRI’s on Monday, which could confirm the team’s initial fears. If so, they almost certainly would be placed on injured reserve.
Although Lewis has lost a step at age-37, he’s still a quality run defender and source of motivation for a unit operating as a shell of its former self.
Without linebacker Terrell Suggs, Baltimore’s defense has failed to generate consistent pressure and, even with Webb in the lineup, has been susceptible through the air.
We should have the official word within the next 24 hours, but it’s not looking good for the Ravens, who head into a big Week 7 tilt with the Texans.
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A former Baltimore Raven commented on what he believes is Ray Lewis' declining ability. Lewis is 37 and in his 17th season.
RAY OF NO HOPE
The Ravens' worst fears have been confirmed, as torn triceps will indeed keep their franchise linebacker sidelined for the rest of 2012.
Former Baltimore Ravens offensive lineman Wally Williams told the media that his former teammate Ray Lewis has some glaring weaknesses and has declined quite a bit over the years.“He’s outmanned at the point of attack,” said Williams. “He’s not as physical. You see a lot of Ray on the ground, on his back. He gets overpowered and stuck to blocks.“You can’t expect a guy...
Following the news that cornerback Lardarius Webb would be
out for the remainder of the season, Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh told
reporters, including Ryan Mink of NFL.com, the team would also be without linebacker
Ray Lewis for the year.
“Ray has a triceps tear,”
Harbaugh said. “A complete tear. So he’ll be out for the season.”
So as expected yesterday, the Baltimore Ravens announced that Ray Lewis would be shutting it down for the rest of the season. Could this be the last we’ve seen of Ray Lewis? At first look, it doesn’t look like anything but a standard tackle with maybe a little stinger down the arm but he doesn’t look like he’s in pain.
He’s a good linebacker, don’t get me wrong...
According to Jeff Darlington of NFL.com, Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis may have torn his triceps muscle, which means he could be lost for the season.
Ravens cornerback Ladarius Webb went down with a knee injury today that could end up being a torn ACL. These would be two crushing blows to the Ravens’ defense.
Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis may have torn his right triceps in Sunday's win over Dallas according to Jeff Darlington from the NFL Network.Fantasy Spin:Baltimore can't afford an injury to Lewis after losing cornerback Lardarius Webb to a torn ACL earlier in the day. The Ravens have also been without star defensive end Terrell Suggs all season. The beat-up Ravens head to Houston...
Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis has a complete triceps tear and is out for the season, coach John Harbaugh announced to reporters on Monday. Lewis sat out the final few drives of Sunday's game 31-29 victory over the Dallas Cowboys. Lewis also missed four games last year with turf toe, but linebacker defensive end Terrell Suggs stepped into his place as the defensive...
Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis will miss the remainder of the season with an arm injury, an enormous blow to an already depleted defense that has uncharacteristically struggled this year.
Lewis tore his right triceps during Sunday's 31-29 victory over Dallas. Cornerback Lardarius Webb also is out for the year after ripping the ACL in his left knee in the win against the Cowboys...
Ravens LB Ray Lewis Out For Remainder Of Season -
The news on Ray Lewis’s arm injury is every bit as bad as feared. Jay Glazer of FOX Sports reports that an MRI on Lewis showed a complete tear of triceps, meaning Lewis is done for the year. For the Ravens, that’s a major blow: Although Lewis may not be playing at quite the same level as he was when he was the best defensive player...
John Harbaugh confirmed that both linebacker Ray Lewis and cornerback Lardarius Webb will miss the remainder of the season, although the Baltimore Ravens head coach did his best to make Monday's grim announcement feel like a normal news conference rather than a wake.
"There have been many, many times our defense carried a heavy, heavy burden over the years," Harbaugh...
The Baltimore Ravens may have won their battle with the Dallas Cowboys, winning 31-29 last Sunday in dramatic fashion, but they lost the injury battle, losing Ray Lewis and Lardarius Webb for the season. Let the panic in Baltimore begin.The Ravens are off to a great start (5-1) and are tied for the best record in the AFC. But their defense is ranked near the bottom of the NFL and...
During the Baltimore Ravens 31-29 thrilling victory over the Dallas Cowboys, Ravens CB Lardarious Webb collided knees with Cowboys WR Dez Bryant, and the outcome was the worst news Webb and the Ravens could have gotten.
ESPN's Adam Schefter reported on ESPN.COM that a league source informed him that Webb had suffered a Torn ACL in the right knee as a result of the collision...
It's official from the medical standpoint--- inside linebacker extraordinaire Ray Lewis is gone for the season (and possibly forever) with a torn triceps muscle, and all-world cornerback Lardarius Webb is done for the year too with a torn ACL (anterior cruciate ligament) in his left knee...The Ravens at least have the knowledge that their overall team leader Ray Lewis will still...
(Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images)RAVENS – 31COWBOYS - 29The Baltimore Ravens kept their perfect record against the Dallas Cowboys going on Sunday afternoon, but it certainly was costly. In a contest that wasn’t decided until the final whistle, Baltimore saw Haloti Ngata, Lardarius Webb, Ray Lewis, and Jimmy Smith all get bit by the injury bug. Webb tore the ACL in his left...