Ray Lewis practices after tearing tricep 2 months ago: Fantasy Implications

Evan Habeeb-US PRESSWIRE

Baltimore Ravens LB Ray Lewis is returning to practice today after tearing his tricep. We breakdown the fantasy implications.

Baltimore Ravens linebacker and future Hall of Famer Ray Lewis added another layer to his legacy on Wednesday. After tearing his tricep two months ago, Lewis is practicing for the first time today, via Kristen Rorie.

Lewis, 38, has been the face of the organization for over a decade now, and with his opportunities for another championship are dwindling, he appears to be fighting hard to return in 2012.

Fantasy Analysis: Today we received news that both Ray Lewis (tricep) and Terrell Suggs (bicep) are going to fight through their injuries. This only goes to show how fiercely competitive the individuals that makeup this Ravens defense truly are.

Baltimore's defense has not been as miraculous as they have been in the past in terms of takeaways, but they still don't let up many points. It's uncertain when Lewis will indeed return, but this Ravens D/ST is starter-worthy. However, they will be challenged by explosive rookie RGIII and the Washington Redskins in Week 14.

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