With last season's NFL Defensive Player of the Year Terrell Suggs already out with a partially torn Achilles tendon, the Baltimore Ravens defense was already a greatly depleted bunch. Now, the Ravens may need to add two more key defensive stars to that injured list after today's game against the Dallas Cowboys.

The NFL Network's Jeff Darlington is reporting that linebacker Ray Lewis and cornerback Lardarius Webb could miss some substantial time with their respective injuries. When it comes to Lewis, the Ravens fear that the 37-year-old suffered a torn triceps while it is confirmed that Webb has a torn ACL. 

Ravens head coach John Harbaugh acknowledged that Webb's injury will likely turn out to be season-ending, but an MRI for Lewis will determine how long he will be out of action. 

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[via NFL]