Baltimore Ravens LB Ray Lewis, who was a limited participant in practice in all three days last week, was not seen during the portion of practice open to the media on Wednesday.
However, the media in Baltimore is only allowed to view the first 30 minutes of practice and it is possible that Lewis could have trotted onto the field after the media contingency was ushered indoors.
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Lewis' goal has been to return for Sunday's game against Denver. As of Wednesday, Lewis has not been activated from the injured reserve-designated to return list to the 53-man roster.
Due to Lewis' current designation, he does not have to be listed on the injury report until he is activated.
During his press conference, coach John Harbaugh declined to talk about Lewis' status.
"I'm not getting into any of [the injured Ravens players] chances of percentages," Harbaugh said.
The one injury update Harbaugh gave was that LB Jameel McClain will not play against Denver due to neck and back injuries.
Harbaugh said there was "nothing major" in terms of the injury but that McClain will undergo further testing. McClain was injured in last Sunday's 31-28 loss to Washington.
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