Lewis has now caught a single pass in seven consecutive games -- a stark contrast from surging fellow rookie Sterling Shepard. He warrants keeping an eye on, however. Sunday's 29 snaps tied his second highest total of the season during the same game Victor Cruz was left untargeted and contemplating his role. Don't be surprised if he makes a move for the No. 3 job down the stretch.
Lewis was able to take the field for the latter half of the practice week, so expect to see him in his usual role as the
Lewis missed Wednesday's practice, but was able to take part in both Thursday's and Friday's sessions, albeit in a limited fashion. His potential absence could force Tavarres King into additional playing time.
Lewis (concussion) was not a participant during Wednesday's practice, Tom Rock of Newsday Sports reports.
Lewis suffered a head injury during Sunday's game against the Bears, forcing him to be sidelined for the remainder of the tilt due to the league's concussion protocol. He'll need to be cleared sometime this week before he potentially becomes available for Week 12 against the Browns.
Lewis (head) has been ruled out of Sunday's game versus the Bears.
Lewis left in the first half to be evaluated for a concussion, which was confirmed. He'll thus be at the behest of the league's protocol for head injuries before making a return to the field.
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