Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis, considered one of the best to ever play at his position, will return to action in Sunday's playoff game against the Indianapolis Colts after being sidelined for most of the season with a triceps injury.
This could be Lewis's last game since he recently announced plans to retire after this season.
Ravens head coach John Harbaugh has not said how much playing time Lewis, who was injured on Oct. 14 and missed 10 games, would get.
A Ravens loss in Sunday's wild card playoff game would end Lewis's 17-year career.
If the Ravens win, it would be the last game in Baltimore for the two-time defensive player of the year and Super Bowl MVP because his team was the fourth to qualify for the playoffs in the American Football Conference and would have to travel for the remainder of the post-season. EFE