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Lewis Needn't Rush Back to Ravens

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In the aftermath of another solid performance by an improving Ravens defense on Sunday, reports surfaced that all-everything linebacker Ray Lewis might return a couple of weeks earlier than expected from the triceps injury that originally appeared to end his 2012 season.

It apparently is a real possibility that he could return in time to stare down Peyton Manning and the Read Full Article »

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