Lewis is in line for a larger role now that Logan Ryan (leg) is out for the season, Turron Davenport of ESPN.com reports.
Lewis averaged 52 snaps per game between Weeks 4 and 7 this year but has fallen out of the rotation almost entirely since then. Ryan's injury Sunday opened the door for Lewis to again see the field, and he responded with a season-high nine tackles and a pass defensed. He'll figure to see significant time for the remainder of the year if he can maintain Sunday's high level of play.
Lewis recorded nine tackles and pass defensed in Sunday's 17-0 win over the Giants.
Lewis led the team with nine tackles, his highest mark in a single-game since 2014. He was called into a bigger role after Kenny Vaccaro was forced to exit the contest with a concussion. Depending on Vaccaro's progress this week, Lewis could be in line for more snaps in Week 16 against Washington.
Lewis (foot) was a full participant in Wednesday's practice, Turron Davenport of ESPN.com reports.
Lewis was held out of Sunday's win over the Jaguars due to a foot injury but appears to have fully recovered. Barring any setbacks, Lewis seems on track to suit up as a depth safety against the Eagles on Sunday.
Lewis (foot) has been downgraded to out for Sunday's matchup with the Jaguars, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports.
Lewis was originally deemed questionable for the contest, but the Titans have opted to keep him sidelined. The decision is surprising, as he was a full participant at Friday's practice. His absence should open up more potential playing time for Dane Cruikshank and Brynden Trawick in the depth safety role.
Lewis (foot) was a full participant in Friday's practice and is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Jaguars, Turron Davenport of ESPN.com reports.
This is the best Friday designation that Lewis, who hasn't suited up for a game since 2016, has had this season. If he is able to play Sunday, don't expect him to have any IDP impact, especially since he could have a cap on his snap count.
Lewis (foot) has been ruled out against Houston on Sunday.
Lewis will miss his second straight game of the regular season due to a foot injury. His role on special teams will once again be filled by other depth players on Tennessee's roster.
Lewis (foot) was a non-participant in Wednesday's practice.
Lewis was held out of Tennessee's season opener due to his foot injury, and does not appear close to a full recovery. It seems unlikely that Lewis will play against the Texans on Sunday, so his role on special teams will likely be filled by another of the team's depth pieces.
Lewis (foot) has been ruled out for Sunday's season opener against the Dolphins, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports.
Lewis popped up on the injury report this week when he didn't practice Wednesday due to a foot injury, and it has ended up being serious enough to keep the defensive back sidelined for Week 1. Lewis was expected to primarily be a contributor on special teams this season, so his absence won't have too much of an impact on the Titans.
Lewis did not practice Wednesday due to an apparent foot injury, Erik Bacharach of tennessean.com reports.
The Titans haven't released much information regarding Lewis' status heading into Week 1, but there is reason for concern. Despite being listed as a two-deep safety, Lewis was expected to be a contributor on special teams. Lewis' availability could be made clearer as the week progresses.
Lewis (arm) participated in Titans practice Monday, Turron Davenport of ESPN.com reports.
Lewis apparently suffered an arm injury during last Wednesday's practice, but the veteran safety appears to have recovered. Now healthy, the 29-year-old should see starting snaps at the safety position with Jonathan Cyprien (knee) having been placed on injured reserve.
Lewis (thigh) agreed to a contract Tuesday with the Titans, Herbie Teope of NFL.com reports.
Lewis has made 81 starts since entering the NFL in 2010, but his career may be on life support after he was unable to find work last season upon being released by the Ravens in March 2017. He'll vie for a depth role at safety with Tennessee during training camp.
Lewis (thigh) was released by the Ravens on Tuesday, Jeff Zrebiec of The Baltimore Sun reports.
Lewis was entering the final season of his three-year contract, but the Ravens opted to head in a new direction. Shareece Wright also was let go, giving the Ravens an additional $4.9 million in cap space between the two defensive backs. Lewis suffered a thigh injury midway through the season, landing on injured reserve for the remainder of the year. In his two seasons with the Ravens, the 28-year-old recorded 67 tackles and five pass deflections through 21 games.
Lewis (thigh) was placed on injured reserve Saturday, Jeff Zrebiec of the Baltimore Sun reports.
Lewis suffered a thigh injury during Thursday's practice, and the extent of the issue ultimately landed him on IR. The Ravens continue to struggle with health in their secondary, while Lardarius Webb will remain the team's starting free safety with Lewis out.
Lewis (thigh) is doubtful to play Sunday against the Jets.
Lewis sustained a thigh injury during Thursday's practice and was unable to participate in Friday's session.
Lewis (undisclosed) was not listed on the Week 1 injury report Wednesday or Thursday.
Lewis missed some time in camp with an undisclosed injury, but he should be just fine for Sunday against the Bill. Though he could get some snaps in nickel or dime packages, Lewis is mostly just expected to provide depth behind the starting safety duo of Lardarius Webb and Eric Weddle.
Lewis missed Monday's practice with an undisclosed injury, ESPN.com's Jamison Hensley reports.
Regardless of his health, Lewis is expected to come off the bench behind Eric Weddle and Lardarius Webb. It's even possible Lewis could have to earn his roster spot, though the Ravens usually keep at least five safeties.
Lewis finished the 2015 season with 61 tackles (38 solo) and a forced fumble in 15 games.
Signed to a three-year, $5.4 million contract before the season, Lewis pretty much gave the Ravens what they paid for, providing subpar but mostly competent play at safety. The team will likely look for an upgrade during the offseason, but it's entirely possible Lewis will return as a starter.
The Ravens are happy with new starting safety Kendrick Lewis. And the feeling is mutual.
Lewis signed a three-year deal worth $5.4 million in the offseason. He has not only hit the ground running from a physical standpoint, but also as a mentor to his less experienced teammates.
"Kendrick Lewis is going a great job," John Harbaugh told the Baltimore Sun. "He doesn't say much. In terms of walking around the building, he just puts his nose to the grindstone and goes to work.
"I see him in the weight room. I see him in the meeting room. I see him on the field just working like crazy. Very smart player, really gets the game and communicates really well back there."
The 26-year-old Lewis, who started every game for Houston a year ago and led the Texans with 84 tackles, is equally appreciative of his new team.
"When you see Baltimore Ravens, you see the philosophy," he said. "You see that their team is made up on defense and me being a defensive guy, me being a safety, that's what I wanted to be a part of."
Kendrick Lewis is switching from the AFC South to the AFC North.
The 26-year-old safety reached an agreement on a three-year deal with the Ravens, per the team's official website.
Lewis spent his first four years with the Chiefs before signing with the Texans in 2014. He signed for the league minimum last year. He started all 16 games last season for Houston, racking up 52 total tackles, six passes defensed and two interceptions.
The Texans are hoping to re-sign free safety Kendrick Lewis, per the Houston Chronicle.
Lewis, 26, spent his first four years with the Chiefs prior to signing with the Texans in 2014. He signed for the league minimum last year.
Over his career Lewis has 192 total tackles, 28 passes defensed and nine interceptions.