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Ray Lewis is the heart and soul of the Baltimore Ravens and has been for many years. His never give-up attitude, leadership, and tenacity on the field cannot be match by anyone in league history. Lewis’s tenacity and leadership has been missed on the field for the Baltimore Ravens for the past four weeks, as he has sat out with a lingering turf toe injury.
Ray Lewis is on pace to comeback this Sunday against the San Diego Chargers, but with the way the defense has been playing, do they really need him to return during the regular season?
Baltimore has only given up about 13 points per game during the absence of Ray Lewis. They have only given up about 76-yards per game on the ground, which is lower than their season average. Also, the defense has caused 6 turnovers in the past four games, and has not missed a beat without their leader on defense.
Terrell Suggs and Jameel McClain both have stepped into that leader role while Lewis has been gone. Suggs, who is in MVP talk, has 7 sacks...
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After missing the Baltimore Ravens’ last four games, All-Pro middle linebacker Ray Lewis will suit up and start Sunday night against the San Diego Chargers, according to Mike Preston. It will be interesting to see how, and if San Diego Chargers head coach Norv Turner alters his game plan to attack the Baltimore defense up [...]
When Ray Lewis first got injured this season, fans were worried. Many thought that the defense would not be successful without him and that the Ravens would drop a game or two. Instead, what those fans got was an excellent defense that continues to play with passion and intensity even without the big man in the middle. Would it be in the Ravens best interest to continue playing...
Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis is set to return this Sunday against the San Diego Chargers after missing the previous four games with at toe injury, according to sources close to the team.Lewis suffered the injury in a Week 10 game against the Seattle Seahawks. The 36-year-old defensive star hadn't missed a game in three seasons coming into the 2011 campaign.Lewis hasn...
Baltimore Ravens middle linebacker Ray Lewis said he is hopeful of playing in Sunday night's against San Diego.
Lewis, who has been sidelined for four games due to turf toe, told the Baltimore Sun he is feeling "way better." It's only the third time in 16 seasons he has missed that many games.
The Ravens (10-3) have won all four games without Lewis and remain...
A month ago today, Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis suffered a foot injury in Seattle. He has yet to play since then. And he likewise hasn’t said much to the media. Lewis spoke to CSNBaltimore.com today, after speaking at a community event in downtown Baltimore. “I’m feeling way better,” Lewis said, adding that he believes he’ll…
Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis said on Tuesday that he’s not sure when he’ll be back on the field, even though his injured toe is feeling a lot better. But it looks like his return is coming on Sunday. The Ravens expect Lewis to play Sunday night against the Chargers, a team official told ESPN’s Adam…
After missing the past four games with a toe injury, linebacker Ray Lewis will practice this week and the Baltimore Ravens expect him to play Sunday night against the San Diego Chargers, a team official told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter.
Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis returned to practice on Wednesday for the first time in weeks following a turf toe injury.
Ravens coach John Harbaugh told reporters Wednesday that linebacker Ray Lewis, who has missed the past four games with a toe injury, will attempt to practice this week. But even if he isn’t able to practice, Harbaugh said that wouldn’t automatically rule out Lewis for Sunday night’s game against the San Diego Chargers.
Ravens coach John Harbaugh indicated Friday that linebacker Ray Lewis (toe), cornerback Lardarius Webb (toe) and kicker Billy Cundiff (calf) would be game-time decisions Sunday night against the San Diego Chargers.
Redding, Webb, Cundiff miss practice for second straight dayA trio of Ravens starters in inside linebacker Ray Lewis, defensive tackle Haloti Ngata and left guard Ben Grubbs practiced on a limited basis Thursday.