Found December 07, 2012 on Fox Sports:
Although it's difficult to tell what it might mean for IDP owners, the biggest news among NFL defensive players in general has to be the apparently probable Week 15 return of legendary Baltimore linebacker Ray Lewis, who returned to practice Wednesday after tearing his triceps not even two months ago against Dallas on Oct. 14. The media hype that comes with Lewis' return might not be proportionate to his IDP utility, though, because he might be on a limited snap count since Dannell Ellerbe played well in Lewis' place. Ellerbe, by the way, should be considered questionable for this week's game against Washington after missing Baltimore's game against Pittsburgh on Sunday with an ankle injury. The status of linebacker Terrell Suggs is also a big question for Baltimore, as the pass rusher suffered a torn biceps against the Steelers. It sounds like an injury that just cannot be played through anytime soon, but between Lewis' fast recovery and Suggs' already ...
THE BACKYARD
BEST OF MAXIM
RELATED ARTICLES
BALTIMORE BADDIE

Ray Lewis rocking new facemask

Ray will sport a new facemask in his return and possibly his last game in the NFL. For the first time in seven weeks Ray Lewis of the Baltimore Ravens hit the practice field in uniform after the star linebacker tore his right triceps muscle back on October 14th.Terrell Suggs and Ray Lewis have yet to see the field together during the 2012 NFL season and it took until the playoffs...

Ray Lewis gets a new facemask

Ravens Facebook Page When Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis comes back, he’s going to have a new face mask to intimidate opposing offenses. It looks like Lewis now has the same facemask as Giants defensive end Justin Tuck. H/T Cosby Sweaters, Ravens FB  page   Need NFL Tickets? var _CI = _CI || {}; (function() { var script = document.createElement('script'); ref = document...

Ray Lewis’ new facemask makes him look as intimidating as ever (Picture)

As if Ray Lewis didn’t already look intimidating enough on the field, the Baltimore Ravens say he will now be sporting this crazy facemask during games. Giants defensive lineman Justin Tuck began wearing a similar facemask this season, and apparently Lewis likes the look. Between the grille and shaded visor, Lewis looks like he’s a member of the SWAT team getting prepared for...

Ray Lewis Rocking New Facemask in Return to the Field

Ray Lewis is finally back at practice and he comes back looking scarier than ever.  He was seen rocking this new face mask which has been worn by a couple other NFL players recently that are trying to keep other players fingers out of their eyes.  Lewis tore his right triceps muscle back on October 14th, and there is no word on his official return date to game action.  The Ravens...

Ravens' Ray Lewis returns to practice

Linebacker Ray Lewis returned to practice with the Baltimore Ravens on Wednesday, a major step in his return from a torn right triceps. Lewis remains on injured reserve-designated to return, and is eligible to play in a game as soon as Dec. 16 against the Denver Broncos. The Ravens are 4-2 during Lewis' absence, and he has spent the bulk of the time away from the team rehabbing...

Lewis practices; not eligible to play

Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis returned to practice Wednesday for the first time since he tore his triceps nearly two months ago. Lewis was placed on injured reserve with the designated-to-return tag after he suffered the injury -- which required surgery -- against the Dallas Cowboys on Oct. 14. He won't be eligible to return until the Ravens face the Denver Broncos on...

Why the Baltimore Ravens won’t make the playoffs

Following the pre-season hype of the Baltimore Ravens and how their new offense would overwhelm every team they played and their perennially powerful Defensive squad would continue to dominate, the cracks have shown, and they aren’t mending. The problems of course started in the preseason when Defensive Player of the Year Terrell Suggs tore his Achilles and was expected to miss...

Report: Newton’s cockiness at Pro Bowl turned players off

The average NFL rookie would be in awe of a scene like the Pro Bowl. It may not be one of the most highly-rated television events of the year, but the NFL’s All-Star game still brings together the most talented football players in the world and a number of future Hall of Famers. Last year, Cam Newton was selected to the 2012 NFC Pro Bowl roster after an outstanding rookie season...

Ravens Injury Report: Ray Lewis, Jimmy Smith, Terrell Suggs

Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis and cornerback Jimmy Smith returned to the practice field yesterday, while linebacker Terrell Suggs, who is expected to be a game-time decision this weekend, was held out of Wednesday’s session as he continues to recover from a torn biceps, reports Garrett Downing of BaltimoreRavens.com. Ray Lewis wasn't the only starter back on...

Lewis practices, Suggs hopes to play

The Ravens' defense is in flux as All-Pro middle linebacker Ray Lewis returned to practice from a surgically repaired right triceps tendon.Meanwhile, Pro Bowl outside linebacker Terrell Suggs insisted that he will return this season after tearing his right biceps with a second medical opinion confirming the original diagnosis. Suggs already made it back from a partially torn...

Cam Newton Pulled a Cam Newton and Acted Like a Dickhead at the Pro Bowl Last Year

Big Lead “He was a total —-hole,” one AFC player said. “Who did he think he was? He acted like the big ****. Here he was at his first game and he acted like he was the star. Guys didn’t like that.” The Pro Bowl is a laid-back game, one for relaxing, spending time with your peers and unwinding after a tough season. The resort where players are housed is for...
NFL News
Delivered to your inbox
You'll also receive Yardbarker's daily Top 10, featuring the best sports stories from around the web. Customize your newsletter to get articles on your favorite sports and teams. And the best part? It's free!

Today's Best Stuff
For Bloggers

Join the Yardbarker Network for more promotion, traffic, and money.

Company Info
Help
What is Yardbarker?

Yardbarker is the largest network of sports blogs and pro athlete blogs on the web. This site is the hub of the Yardbarker Network, where our editors and algorithms curate the best sports content from our network and beyond.