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According to Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports, there’s a chance that Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis and safety Ed Reed may not be back next season.
Ravens stalwarts and expected future Hall of Famers Ray Lewis and Ed Reed have spent their entire careers in Baltimore, anchoring what has long been a dominant defense, but their time with the team could be ending. “It could end up being a lot sooner than later,” as one team source put it.
Lewis remains on the IR/Designated to Return list recovering from a torn triceps, and should the Ravens lock up the AFC North title Sunday, team sources said it is highly unlikely the team would active him until the postseason. Lewis, who has been out-performed by Dannell Ellerbe this season (Ellerbe’s recent injury issues have been viewed by some in the organization as more debilitating than the loss of Lewis for much of the season), is set to make $5.4 million next season. While Lewis has told friends he intends to play in 2013, when he will turn 38, some...
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Team sources that are claiming that Lewis will more than likely face the New York Giants in a pivotal game for both teams.
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Ray Lewis and Ed Reed have been the core of the Baltimore Ravens’ stellar defense over the past decade, but both players are aging and at some point may either retire or move to another team. CBS Sports’ Jason LaCanfora reported on Sunday that the team is bracing for the possibility of life without both players. Lewis is 37 and has been out since tearing his triceps in Week 6...
According to Jeff Zrebiec of the Baltimore Sun, the Ravens have to activate linebacker Ray Lewis from the injured reserve with designation to return list this week if they plan giving him a chance to play during the playoffs.
On Lewis. Even if he doesn’t play season-finale in Cincy and that’s likely, he’ll have to be activated this wk to be eligible for playoffs.
— Jeff Zrebiec...
According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, Baltimore Ravens safety Ed Reed likely won’t be suspended for his hit on Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz, but he’ll likely be fined. #Ravens S Ed Reed can breath easier. I’m told a fine is probable for his shot on Victor Cruz. Suspension is unlikely. Still under review — Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) December 24, 2012 Need NFL...
According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis isn’t expected back before the playoffs. There’s a chance he’ll be able to play in the postseason, but nothing is certain at this point.
#Ravens LB Ray Lewis is NOT expected to return from his triceps tear for the regular season, I’m told. Back for the playoff still possible
— Ian Rapoport...
Ian Rapoport of NFL.com reports that Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis is unlikely to return for either of the team’s two remaining regular season games, but adds that he could return at some point during the postseason.
Lewis has been absent since tearing his triceps in back in Week 6 against the Cowboys. Since then, the Ravens have gone 4-4 with a current three-game losing streak...
Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis is not expected to
return from his triceps tear before the end of the regular season, according to
Ian Rapoport of NFL.com.
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport has learned that Lewis is not
expected to return from his triceps tear before the end of the regular season.
A return for the playoffs remains a possibility.
Rapoport adds that a return...
It’s hard to imagine a Baltimore Ravens team that doesn’t
include linebacker Ray Lewis and safety Ed Reed. However, this could become a
reality “a lot sooner than later,” according to Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports.
Ravens stalwarts and expected future Hall of Famers
Rays Lewis and Ed Reed have spent their entire careers in Baltimore,
anchoring what has long been a dominant...
After initially believing that Ray Lewis would return to the Baltimore Ravens last week against the Denver Broncos, it now appears as if linebacker Ray Lewis will miss the final two games of the regular season and not return to the team until the playoffs.
NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport has learned that Lewis is not expected to return from his triceps tear before the postseason kicks...
Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis might attempt to play Sunday against the New York Giants, according to the Baltimore Sun. Lewis is trying to come back from a torn triceps that he sustained against the Dallas Cowboys Oct. 14. He practiced for the third straight week. The Sun reported Friday that team sources said they expect Lewis to try to play but the final decision will...
Tweet The Baltimore Ravens will be playing their last two regular season games this season without their veteran linebacker and defensive leader, Ray Lewis. The NFL.com article that reported the news said, “NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport has learned that Lewis is not expected to return from his triceps tear before the end of the regular [...]
Following today’s big win over the Giants, Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh confirmed that linebacker Ray Lewis won’t be ready to play in next week’s season finale, but they’re hoping to be on the field for the playoffs.
John Harbaugh confirmed that Ray Lewis won’t play next week. They’re aiming for him to return in playoffs.
— Jeff Zrebiec (@jeffzrebiecsun...
According to the Baltimore Sun, there’s a chance Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis will play this coming Sunday against the Giants. The Ravens will again wait until Saturday afternoon to make a decision on Ray Lewis, but early indications are that the inside linebacker will attempt to play Sunday against the New York Giants. Lewis, who is trying to come back from a torn triceps that...
The Baltimore Ravens were hopeful linebacker Ray Lewis would return sometime during the regular season, but according to NFL Network's Ian Rapport, Lewis will likely not return until the playoffs.
The Ravens have until Saturday at 4 p.m. ET to add Lewis to their 53-man roster ahead of Sunday's pivotal matchup against the New York Giants, but the team doesn't plan...
The Baltimore Ravens feared safety Ed Reed would be suspended by the NFL after his fourth illegal hit on a defenseless receiver in three season.
Ian Rapaport of NFL Network reports Reed will be fined but a suspension is unlikely.
#Ravens S Ed Reed can breath easier. I'm told a fine is probable for his shot on Victor Cruz. Suspension is unlikely. Still under review