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During yesterday’s 31-29 Ravens win over the Dallas Cowboys, Ray Lewis suffered a torn right triceps injury.
One day later, Baltimore’s worst fears were confirmed; Lewis is done for the year.
According to Mike Freeman of CBS Sports, his career may be over as well.
Ray Lewis done for the year. I had Ravens player speculate to me we'd never see Lewis play another down. He'd retire.—
mike freeman (@realfreemancbs) October 15, 2012
An NFL career that began in 1996 and earned Lewis a Super Bowl ring, Super Bowl MVP, and acclaim as one of the greatest all-time may be coming to an end.
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As we go to post, it is the third quarter of the Cowboys fight against the surging Baltimore Ravens.
The big story coming out of that game is the injuries to first-round draft cornerback Morris Claiborne and his parallel for the Ravens Lardarius Webb
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Baltimore has had the ball all of one play in the third quarter, but that play was a 108-yard kickoff return from Jacoby Jones.
The kickoff return set a team record and tied an NFL record.
Dallas has kicked a field goal and scored a touchdown.
The Ravens are currently ahead 24-20.
The Baltimore Ravens are worried that a pair of key
defensive players, veteran linebacker Ray Lewis and cornerback Lardarius Webb,
suffered significant injuries this weekend during the team’s win over the
Dallas Cowboys, reports Gregg Rosenthal of NFL.com.
In the wake of another close
win, the Ravens fear that linebacker
Ray Lewis suffered a torn
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