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Ray Lewis Won't Rehab In Owings Mills For A While

Posted Nov 5, 2012

John Harbaugh said he fully trusts Ray Lewis with his triceps rehab right now.


The Ravens won’t have their emotional leader beside them anytime soon.

Linebacker Ray Lewis hasn’t been rehabbing at the team facility since suffering a torn triceps on Oct. 14, and Head Coach John Harbaugh is fine with him rehabbing away from the team for now.

“He probably won’t be in the building for a little while,” Harbaugh said Monday. “He’s got a protocol he’s following.”

Harbaugh did say Lewis is “doing well.” There’s still a chance that Lewis could return to the field at some point this season because of a special injury reserve exemption.

Harbaugh provided the first health update on the linebacker since the injury.

“I can tell you this, he’s got the best doctors in the world – to my understanding – working on his triceps,” Harbaugh said. “So, I fully trust Ray with his rehab right now; I know he’s doing everything he can to get back.”

Running back Ray Rice was hoping that Lewis would return sometime this week.

“After he’s done all his little things – he’s got to take care of himself – I’d say middle of next week,” Rice predicted last week after a phone conversation with Lewis.

“Just to be back here and start rehabbing here. I’ll be excited to see him because Ray Lewis is the modern day Superman.”

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