PITTSBURGH—The Ravens are hoping he can recover from his injury in time for the postseason.
Lewis has been spending time in Florida recuperating from his injury, but visited the Ravens during a practice at team headquarters recently and went to the Raiders game.
Homecoming for Gradkowski
Growing up in Pittsburgh, Ravens rookie center Gino Gradkowski played at Heinz Field when he was in high school.
And Gradkowski returned to his hometown Sunday night with roughly 30 family members and friends in the stands.
"My dad actually knows a guy with the Steelers, so he took care of the tickets," Gradkowski said Friday. "I'll be able to go home and see my family and have dinner, no [popular Pittsburgh sandwich shop] Primanti Brothers this time. My mom's going to cook. It's awesome to be able to come back to Pittsburgh as an NFL player for the first time. It's a really cool thing for me."
The Ravens scratched nose guard Terrence Cody due to an arm injury with Ma'ake Kemoeatu starting again. ... Starting left defensive end Pernell McPhee was deactivated because of right knee and thigh injuries, and Arthur Jones started in his place for the third game in a row. ... The Ravens also deactivated cornerback Jimmy Smith (sports hernia surgery), kick returner Deonte Thompson and cornerback Asa Jackson. ... The Ravens' game captains were Reed, Flacco and outside linebacker Albert McClellan. ... Baltimore won the coin toss and deferred. ... Several former Steelers legends were at the game for an alumni gathering, including retired wide receivers Lynn Swann, John Stallworth, and Hines Ward as well as former running back Jerome Bettis and defensive linemen Joe Greene and L.C. Greenwood.