Ray Lewis suffers triceps injury as Ravens beat Cowboys

AP

Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis stood on the sideline and watched as the Cowboys drove down the field and nearly pulled off a fourth-quarter comeback on Sunday in Baltimore. After the game, the Ravens said it was a triceps injury that sidelined Lewis.

Lewis, who has been the subject of some talk recently that he’s losing a step and may be close to calling it quits, was off to a big start to the game before the injury. Lewis was credited with 14 total tackles, most of any player in any of Sunday’s early afternoon games.

There’s been no word on the severity of Lewis’s injury.

18 responses to “Ray Lewis suffers triceps injury as Ravens beat Cowboys

  1. Like most of my Steeler Nation brothers and sisters, I think the majority of us respect the heck out of Ray Lewis.

    Unlike many of Black and Gold brigade, I love the guy, how he plays and what he brings to the game on so many levels.

    Best to ya, Ray – keep rocking NFL fields.

  2. Like most of my Steeler Nation brothers and sisters, I think the majority of us respect the heck out of Ray Lewis.

    Unlike many of Black and Gold brigade, I love the guy, how he plays and what he brings to the game on so many levels.

    Best to ya, Ray – keep rocking NFL fields.
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    Classy post from a classy Steelers fan. You know the AFC North will come down to the two games we play each other later in the season. I hope all of your injured guys are back so that neither side can point to injuries as the reason for the outcome.

  3. Acts like an idiot during pregame introductions, but a first ballot hall of famer.And for you youngins’, not as good as Butkus.No way.

  4. Lifelong Steeler fan and couldn’t agree more with what Lewis brings to the game, his team. All heart man. We know what a tricep injury can do it took out Aaron Lewis for a while, hope it’s nothing so serious.

  5. steelersownyou says:Oct 14, 2012 6:03 PM

    That’s what happens when youre old. Ratbirds dropping like flies! Nice to see!

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    Bro, your team is a joke. They are litterally the oldest team in the NFL, as well as one of the most criminally active teams. You seriously want to call the RAVENS old, look at your team…

  6. He might not have been on the cover but was in a nice video montage in the beginning of madden and all I’m sayin is Calvin isn’t looking great and here comes ray behind him.. Yea maybe I am crazy but this game is makin its rounds final destination style.

  7. ncbengalmike says:
    Oct 14, 2012 7:00 PM
    Looks like the HGH has finally caught up with him
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    Dude, do you even come within 1% of understanding just how dumb that statement made you look?

  8. Ravens doing quite well. The average Cowboys offense drove the field for the TD in the last minutes and had the Ravens defenseless defense back on their heels. Ravens defense has allowed over 400 rushing yards in two consecutive games combined, as the Cowboys ran through them as if they had 10 players on the field.
    In many ways, they did. Cornerback Lardarius Webb suffered a knee injury, and an impending MRI is expected to confirm a torn ACL, which would end his 2012 season. Defensive tackle Haloti Ngata has been hampered by a shoulder injury and suffered an apparent leg injury during the game. Linebacker Ray Lewis left the game in the second half and didn’t return with a triceps injury that could keep him out for an extended period of time.

  9. Pittsburgh has to play without Polamalu, now the Ravens get to taste playing without the quarterback of their defense. No offense to Ray Lewis I like him as a player, but hey Ravens – SUCK IT !!!!!

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