The Ravens announced Monday that in addition to losing cornerback Lardarius Webb for the season with a torn ACL, the team has also lost legendary linebacker Ray Lewis—also for the season—according to a report on the NFL’s website.
Webb and Lewis were injured in the team’s 31–29 win over Dallas Sunday. Lewis suffered a torn triceps.
“A complete tear, so he’ll be out for the season,” said coach John Harbaugh.
Lewis, 37, is a 13-time Pro Bowl selection at middle linebacker and has been named an All-Pro an incredible seven times. He was the NFL’s AP Defensive Player of the Year in both 2000 and 2003. A certain Hall-of-Famer, his injury could signal the end of his career.Webb doesn’t have quite the resume that Lewis has, but started at corner last season for one of the NFL’s perennially best defensive teams and recorded five interceptions.