Baltimore Ravens

Lewis remains sidelined with foot injury

Ravens middle linebacker Ray Lewis missed a second consecutive practice leading into Sunday's showdown with the Cincinnati Bengals.

Lewis is dealing with a foot injury. The severity of the injury is unclear, but no Ravens have expressed concern that Lewis could miss Sunday's important AFC North game.


Defensive tackle Art Jones (concussion) and running back Anthony Allen (thigh) also did not participate in practice for a second consecutive day.

Allen has been inactive for four straight weeks while Jones sustained the concussion in last Sunday's loss to the Seattle Seahawks. He'd have to pass concussion tests and be cleared by doctors before returning to practice.


Wide receiver Lee Evanspracticed again in a limited basis. He's missed seven consecutive games with a left ankle injury.

"We'll see how the practices go," said Ravens offensive coordinator Cam Cameron. "If he is practicing at a level that John [Harbaugh] feels and we feel he can help us win the game, then I am sure he will be active. That may take a week or two."

Linebacker Dannell Ellerbe was upgraded from a limited participant to a full participant in today's practice. He's been inactive four consecutive weeks.

For the Bengals, rookie wide receiver A.J. Green missed practice again today with a hyperextended knee.