After teammate Terrell Suggs made an improbable comeback from a torn ACL, Ray Lewis is expected to make an amazing return of his own. Lewis tore his triceps about a month ago and was expected to miss the rest of the season but he has been undergoing a form of platelet-rich plasma therapy. Former Steelers wide receiver Hines Ward used a similar therapy to play in Pittsburgh's Super Bowl XLIII win over the Cardinals despite having a sprained knee.
Lewis could return to the field as soon as Dec. 16 against the Denver Broncos. The Baltimore Ravens are 9-2 this season and are poised to make some noise in the playoffs. If their leader is able to make an effective return then we'll expect the Ravens to be playing in late January, and possibly in that big game on Feb. 3.
[via Yahoo Sports]