Ravens offensive lineman Alex Lewis was hospitalized with a neck injury suffered in the fourth quarter vs. the Titans.
Ravens starting left guard Alex Lewis has no serious neck injury after he was hospitalized Sunday, the team announced.
"It looks good," coach John Harbaugh said Monday. "There’s no serious kind of injury there in terms of neurological issues. He’s possible for this week as far as I know right now."
Harbaugh said the Ravens will evaluate how Lewis progresses through the week as doctors continue to test his condition.
Lewis was hospitalized after exiting Sunday's game against the Titans. During the fourth quarter, Lewis went down with the injury, which halted play for several minutes. He was tended to on the field by doctors and a cart was brought out onto the field.
The Ravens announced Sunday that Lewis has full movement in all of his extremities and was undergoing further evaluation at a local hospital.