Found October 17, 2012 on Players View:

Forget wondering out loud about if Ray Lewis will ever play again, the new question is ‘will he play against this year?’






Lewis is having surgery to repair his torn right triceps on Wednesday and the Baltimore Ravens are holding out hope that he will suit up again if the team makes the playoffs.





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