The Ravens re-signed Levine on Wednesday. Levine will return for a 10th season in Baltimore after inking a one-year deal. The veteran played almost exclusively on special teams last season, handling only 29 defensive snaps.
Levine (abdomen) is active for Sunday's game versus the Steelers. Levine's absence lasted just one game, as he'll return to the lineup for a critical divisional tilt. The veteran has played almost exclusively on special teams this season, but he has yet to record a tackle despite ranking second on the team last season with eight special-teams tackles.
Levine (abdomen) won't play in Sunday's game against the Eagles, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports. This is tough news for the team and Levine, as he'll see his consecutive games streak end at 117. Levine will have an extra week to get healthy, as the Ravens will enter their bye week in Week 7. In Levine's stead, Jordan Richards will take over as the team's depth strong safety behind Chuck Clark.
Levine (abdomen) is active Week 4 against the Washington Football Team. Levine missed Thursday's practice and was limited in the other two sessions this week, but it won't be enough to keep the special teamer from taking the field this week.
Levine (abdomen) is active for Monday's game versus the Chiefs, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports. Levine has logged most of his snaps on special teams this year, so he's not expected to have a major role on defense Monday barring an injury to either Chuck Clark or DeShon Elliott.
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