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Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis is a warrior and we all know that.
So its not surprising that what would have been a season-ending injury for most players might just be a setback for Lewis.
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Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis, who’s eligible to
return to practice this week, is on pace to rejoin the team earlier than
anticipated, reports Edward Lee of the Baltimore Sun.
Without saying that Lewis would practice Thursday — the
first day he is eligible to do so — coach John Harbaugh said the 37-year-old
linebacker is on pace to return earlier than anticipated...
The torn triceps that knocked Ray Lewis out earlier this year may have been termed “season-ending” by medical experts. But the Ravens linebacker isn’t letting himself be bound by any professional prognostications.
Lewis is expected to return before the end of this season, Yahoo! Sports reports, according to several sources within the Baltimore organization. Lewis tore his triceps...
If there is one thing that NFL fans should know, it is never to bet against the Baltimore Ravens’ Ray Lewis. Ray is arguably one of the most dedicated, passionate and resilient players in the NFL and according to reports from Yahoo! Sports, Ray could be proving those characteristics true again.
More than half a dozen sources told Yahoo! Sports that legendary linebacker Ray Lewis...
The Baltimore Ravens were hoping former NFL Defensive Player of the Year Ray Lewis could return to practice this week after undergoing surgery last month to repair a torn right triceps tendon. The middle linebacker has been diligently rehabilitating, using a hyperbaric chamber and platelet-rich therapy to accelerate the healing process. On the injured reserve/designated to return...
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When the Denver Broncos (8-3) face the Baltimore Ravens (9-2) in Week 15, Ray Lewis could be out on the field at middle linebacker for the Ravens.
Lewis tore his triceps in October, but has been recovering well, according to ESPN:
“Coach John Harbaugh now thinks Lewis will play in the regular season. “That’s a best...
Future Hall of Fame linebacker Ray Lewis has been out of action since tearing his triceps in Week 6 against the Cowboys. He may soon be back in action.
According to reports, Lewis is trying to get back in time for the Ravens’ game in Week 15. That will be one of the Ravens’ final two home games. It will also be against another future Hall of Famer – Peyton Manning.
Sources told Yahoo! Sports that Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray
Lewis, believed to be lost for the season after suffering a torn
triceps in mid-October, is expected to return before the end of the
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