Lewis (neck) is active for Sunday's game versus the Steelers, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports.
Lewis will return to his starting job at left guard after sitting out two weeks with a neck injury.
Lewis (neck) did not practice Wednesday.
Lewis continues to recover from a pinched nerve in his neck sustained during Week 6. The starting left guard appears to have progressed well in his recovery, and has a legitimate chance of suiting up against the Steelers on Sunday if he's able to return to practice this week. If Lewis in unable to go, Bradley Bozeman will once again slot into the starting lineup.
Lewis (neck) is doubtful for Sunday's game against the Panthers.
Lewis did not practice Friday after being limited all week, and he continues to progress in his recovery from a pinched nerve. If Lewis is unable to suit up against the Panthers in Week 8, Bradley Bozeman would once again slot into the starting left guard role.
Lewis suffered a pinched nerve in his neck in Week 6 and was transported to the hospital soon after. Luckily, he was able to avoid serious injury, and it's a good sign that he returned to practice Wednesday. Per the report, coach John Harbaugh relayed there's a "good chance" Lewis suits up Sunday against the Panthers.
Lewis (neck) is ruled out for Sunday's game against the Saints.
Lewis sustained a neck injury during the Ravens' Week 6 win over Tennesee and required a hospital visit, so the lineman's lack of availability is no surprise. It appears that Lewis did manage to avoid serious injury, so he'll work to get healthy for Baltimore's game against Carolina in Week 8.
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