Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis won't play in today's game against the Denver Broncos as he continues to recover from a torn right triceps injury. Lewis sustained the injury in a game against the Dallas Cowboys two months ago but became eligible to return to the Ravens active roster this weekend. Although Lewis has participated in several practices since the injury, the Ravens won't be using him in Sunday's home game as he still remains on injured reserve. LB Lewis will have at least one more week off to allow his torn triceps to fully heal. Looking for those hard-to-find Ravens tickets? Browse the wide selection of discount Baltimore Ravens tickets and parking available from Maxim Tickets, the trusted resale ticket marketplace.
The 25th ranked Ravens run defense will also be missing fellow Ravens linebackers Jameel McClain and Dannell Ellerbe who are also out with injuries. However, Ravens OLB Terrell Suggs, who has been out with a biceps injury, may be returning in time to help strengthen Baltimore's run defense as they take on the Broncos at M&T Bank Stadium today. PSL Source is pleased to offer quality Baltimore Ravens PSLs, your key to Ravens season tickets.