Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis was listed as questionable for the team’s Week 11 game against the Bengals with a foot injury suffered in a Week 10 loss to the Seahawks.
On Sunday morning, Lewis told former University of Miami teammate Warren Sapp that Lewis wouldn’t play. And Lewis didn’t play.
Now, with the Ravens preparing to to host the first ever Har-Bowl, Lewis once again is officially questionable to play.
And so we’ll have to wait for Warren to break the news, again.
Also questionable are running back Anthony Allen (thigh), cornerback Chris Carr (back) and linebacker Daniel Ellerbe (thigh). Defensive tackle Arthur Jones (head) is doubtful, and safety Haruki Nakamura (thigh) is probable.
The best news for the Ravens is that receiver Lee Evans has exited the injury list, meaning that he’s healthy and ready to roll. With rookie and reigning AFC offensive player of the week Torrey Smith emerging as the team’s deep threat, however, Evans’ opportunities may be limited.
But with two fleet-footed wideouts, the Ravens may finally be able to stretch the field.