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            === Report: Lewis could return earlier than expected ===
 (Sports  Network)  - Baltimore  Ravens linebacker Ray  Lewis, sidelined with a
 torn triceps, may return to practice this week and could be back in the lineup
 before the conclusion of the regular season.
 The  Ravens placed Lewis on injured reserve with a designation to return after
 he  sustained the  injury in a Week  6 game against Dallas back in October. He
 underwent  surgery  soon after and  the Ravens hoped  the future Hall of Famer
 would return some time this season, possibly for the playoffs.
 A torn triceps is often considered a season-ending injury.
 Lewis  is  eligible to begin  practicing this  Thursday, six weeks after being
 placed on the newly created IR, and Yahoo! Sports cited more than a half dozen
 sources  as saying the 37-year-old veteran could be on the field for workouts.
 He  is still not  eligible for game action for another two weeks, according to
 the new rules, meaning he could return for the Week 15 contest against Denver.
 It is also possible, with Baltimore owning a three-game lead in the AFC North,
 the Ravens could hold Lewis out until the playoffs in January.
 The  17-year veteran  out of Miami-Florida has totaled 57 tackles and one sack
 this season.
 11/26 12:50:49 ET

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