Ravens’ Ray Lewis Out For Year With Triceps Tear
The Baltimore Ravens defense took a rough blow Monday as it was announced that Linebacker Ray Lewis will be out for the rest of the season with a torn triceps muscle. It is a complete tear and could quite possibly put an end to his career.
The injury occurred in the final few plays of Sunday's game between the Ravens and the Cowboys. He had led the team with 14 tackles in that game. This comes after the news that Cornerback Lardarius Webb is out for the season with a torn ACL that he suffered in the first Quarter in a play against Dez Bryant.
Lewis is one of the All-time greats in the NFL. He is a 13 time Pro Bowler, a 7 time AP All-Pro, 3 time AFC Defensive Player of the Year and a 2 time NFL player of the Year. He is a Super Bowl Champion as well as a Super Bowl MVP in Super Bowl XXXV vs. the New York Giants.