When Ray Lewis tore his right triceps against the Cowboys and underwent surgery, the reigning AFC North champions didn’t slam the door on his potential return this season.
By placing him on injured reserve-designated for return, the Ravens tellingly bought into the possibility that Lewis could rehab the arm injury and get back on the field sooner than expected.
Now, that’s looking like a more realistic possibility. Yahoo! Sports reported that Lewis, 37, could return to practice as soon as Thursday when he’s eligible to do so, and is angling toward a return as early as the Ravens’ Dec. 16 game against the Denver Broncos. That’s the first game Lewis is eligible to return under the NFL collective bargaining agreement procedures governing players on injured reserve-designated.
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