Baltimore D loses 2 critical players for 2012:
Ravens docs believe Lewis may be done for '12
FOX Sports' Jay Glazer reports Ravens doctors believe Ray Lewis avoided a full tear of his right triceps, but think the tear still may be deep enough to shelve the future Hall of Famer for the season's remainder.
Lewis was in too much immediate pain for doctors to get a clear read on his injury late in the fourth quarter Sunday, but he didn't reenter the game and was unavailable for comment afterwards. Lewis will undergo an MRI on Monday morning to determine the injury's full extent. The Ravens were already showing signs of run-defense leakage. If they lose their defensive captain, they'll become a defense to target for matchup purposes.
Source: Jay Glazer on Twitter
Oct 14 - 9:09 PM
ESPN's Adam Schefter confirms Ravens LCB Lardarius Webb tore his left ACL in the Ravens' Week 6 win over the Cowboys.
Webb is almost certainly done for the season. It's a devastating blow to a defense that may have also lost Ray Lewis (triceps) for the year. Webb, who just signed a $53 million contract in April, is clearly the top cover corner for a team that came into Week 6 ranked 23rd against the pass. The Ravens' defense is no longer one to avoid in fantasy matchups. Oct 14 - 9:27 PM
Source: Adam Schefter on Twitter
Also Haloti Ngata (MCL sprain) hobbled:
Ravens DT Haloti Ngata sustained a possible MCL sprain in Sunday's Week 6 win over the Cowboys.
Ngata will have an MRI on Monday. It's likely not a severe sprain as he was able to play through it all the way to the final whistle. Oct 14 - 6:28 PM
Source: Jason La Canfora on Twitter