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Last Sunday should have been a day to celebrate for Ravens' fans. The home team beat the Dallas Cowboys and solidified their lead in the AFC North. But a day later, breaking news hit Baltimore like a punch to the gut when it was announced that Ray Lewis was out for the entire season. Lewis tore his triceps in Sunday's game was taken out. It was a severe blow to a man who has been the leader of the Ravens' defense and the face of the franchise since he was drafted in 1996. But the team has more problems than losing Lewis. These problems lie within the defense itself. Although Lewis has been a vocal leader in the inside part of the defense which is the strongest part of it, the outside part has been anything but consistent with him. While Ray Lewis has given Ravens a solid brick wall for opposing running backs, the secondary has been spotty at best. Since the Ravens won the Super Bowl in 2000, the secondary has given up close games that the Ravens could have won and advanc...
BEST OF MAXIM
RAY OF NO HOPE
The Ravens' worst fears have been confirmed, as torn triceps will indeed keep their franchise linebacker sidelined for the rest of 2012.
RAY OF HOPE
The Ravens are not ruling out the notion that their iconic linebacker could make a return this season despite tearing his tricep on Sunday.
When the news hit that Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis was lost for the rest of the season with a torn triceps muscle, it hit hard – as hard...
Following the news that cornerback Lardarius Webb would be
out for the remainder of the season, Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh told
reporters, including Ryan Mink of NFL.com, the team would also be without linebacker
Ray Lewis for the year.
“Ray has a triceps tear,”
Harbaugh said. “A complete tear. So he’ll be out for the season.”
So as expected yesterday, the Baltimore Ravens announced that Ray Lewis would be shutting it down for the rest of the season. Could this be the last we’ve seen of Ray Lewis? At first look, it doesn’t look like anything but a standard tackle with maybe a little stinger down the arm but he doesn’t look like he’s in pain.
He’s a good linebacker, don’t get me wrong...
The Baltimore Ravens haven't completely abandoned hope of having Ray Lewis back in uniform this season.
Lewis tore his right triceps in Sunday's game against Dallas and was scheduled to undergo surgery on Wednesday. Although coach John Harbaugh said Monday that the 37-year-old linebacker is out for the year, the Ravens placed Lewis on injured reserve with the ''designated...
Ravens LB Ray Lewis Out For Remainder Of Season -
The news on Ray Lewis’s arm injury is every bit as bad as feared. Jay Glazer of FOX Sports reports that an MRI on Lewis showed a complete tear of triceps, meaning Lewis is done for the year. For the Ravens, that’s a major blow: Although Lewis may not be playing at quite the same level as he was when he was the best defensive player...
The Baltimore Ravens may have won their battle with the Dallas Cowboys, winning 31-29 last Sunday in dramatic fashion, but they lost the injury battle, losing Ray Lewis and Lardarius Webb for the season. Let the panic in Baltimore begin.The Ravens are off to a great start (5-1) and are tied for the best record in the AFC. But their defense is ranked near the bottom of the NFL and...
During the Baltimore Ravens 31-29 thrilling victory over the Dallas Cowboys, Ravens CB Lardarious Webb collided knees with Cowboys WR Dez Bryant, and the outcome was the worst news Webb and the Ravens could have gotten.
ESPN's Adam Schefter reported on ESPN.COM that a league source informed him that Webb had suffered a Torn ACL in the right knee as a result of the collision...
It's official from the medical standpoint--- inside linebacker extraordinaire Ray Lewis is gone for the season (and possibly forever) with a torn triceps muscle, and all-world cornerback Lardarius Webb is done for the year too with a torn ACL (anterior cruciate ligament) in his left knee...The Ravens at least have the knowledge that their overall team leader Ray Lewis will still...
(Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images)RAVENS – 31COWBOYS - 29The Baltimore Ravens kept their perfect record against the Dallas Cowboys going on Sunday afternoon, but it certainly was costly. In a contest that wasn’t decided until the final whistle, Baltimore saw Haloti Ngata, Lardarius Webb, Ray Lewis, and Jimmy Smith all get bit by the injury bug. Webb tore the ACL in his left...
A little more than nine months ago, major contributions from Ray Lewis and Lardarius Webb helped the Baltimore Ravens defeat the Houston Texans in the divisional playoffs.
Neither, though, will have any impact on Sunday's rematch between the AFC's top teams in the Lone Star State.
Lewis recorded a team-high seven tackles and Webb intercepted two passes as Baltimore beat...
Prior to this past week, the Baltimore Ravens were one of the more healthier teams in football, but that luck ran out last Sunday as the Ravens lost CB Lardarius Webb and LB Ray Lewis to season ending injuries. Baltimore's injury report yesterday had some names on it that have not been there all season.
First we will begin with yesterday's injury report:
Here you go.....it’s Week 6 Injury Analysis. Once again, feel free to comment about the posts or to ask about other players you're interested in that were not listed below.
DeMarco Murray: In last weekend’s game, Murray was forced to leave the game due to a foot injury. While x-rays were negative, his MRI did show that he has a “foot sprain”. I’m sure owners...
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