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  1. Ray Lewis hopes to return against Chargers Lewis, who has been out with a turf toe injury, is expected to make that return, according to In years past, the loss of Lewis would have been devastating for the Ravens, but Baltimore has gone 4-0 without its star middle linebacker. The 36-year-old Ray Lewis is likely return back into the Baltimore Ravens for the next game this weekend, after missing consecutive four games with toe injury. Ray Lewis has return back to the Baltimore Ravens training session on Wednesday afternoon, where he is likely comeback for the next game against San Diego Chargers. Ravens holds 10-3 win loss record in this season and stands at first place in AFC North in Week 15. Ray Lewis has been forced to pull of the last four games from week 11 with a, as he sustained a turf toe injury playing against victory over Cincinnati Bengals. Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh said that he hoped that the player was likely to stage a return in their next game against the Cleveland Browns, on the coming Sunday.
  2. Hasselbeck Practices, Expected to Start Sunday Matt Hasselbeck is back at practice, even though he was limited Thursday. Coach Mike Munchak is “definitely confident” that Hasselbeck (calf) will start against Indianapolis on Sunday, Tennessean writer Jim Wyatt reports Hasselbeck himself said he isn’t sure if he’ll play, and Jake Locker received the majority of first-team snaps. Hasselbeck’s status still seems a bit up in the air at the moment. Hasselbeck hurt his left calf early in last week's 22-17 loss to New Orleans Saints. He had an MRI on Monday and watched practice Wednesday. The 13-year veteran hasn't missed a start this season since signing a three-year contract with Tennessee. He said his calf feels good, and he'll be in by 6:30 a.m. Friday morning for more tests just like a handful of other players. Hasselbeck thinks only his scrambling would be most affected and thinks the timing is fine against the Indianapolis Colts considering the speedy Robert Mathis and Dwight Freeney. Hasselbeck’s speedy return from a calf injury is a bit of a surprise. He was limited in practice and still isn’t certain to start, but the team now expects him to start. So does Jim Wyatt of the Tennessee Titans, who believes Hasselbeck should be ready to roll barring a setback Friday. Jake Locker will be at the ready if anything goes wrong with Hasselbeck. The Titans should be able to beat the Colts with either quarterback
  3. Eagles QB Vick admits to soreness but ready to paly Jets must contain Eagles' QBThe Jets’ defensive game plan against the Eagles this week is simple — stick Vick. Eagles quarterback Michael Vick returned last week after missing three games with broken ribs. Now, the Jets hope to shut down the elusive leader of the Philadelphia offense at Lincoln Financial Field on Sunday Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick says physically he is "getting better" after returning to the field for the first time after missing three games with broken ribs. Philadelphia coach Andy Reid said Monday that Eagles QB Michael Vick was "sore but OK" following his return to game action in Week 14 at Miami. Vick missed the team's previous three games after dealing with two broken ribs. He finished 15 of 30 for 208 yards passing and a touchdown during Philadelphia's 26-10 victory over the Miami Dolphins on Sunday. Vick told the Eagles' official website that he's "a little sore when I throw, but I can tolerate it." He also pronounced himself as "feeling better, ready to go." Michael Vick watched practice from the sideline, still sore from taking a beating in his first game back after breaking his ribs last month. Vick participated in a walkthrough Wednesday morning, but was a spectator in the afternoon when the Philadelphia Eagles began preparations for Sunday's game against the New York Jets.