Lewis, arguably the best middle linebacker in NFL history, will be an active participant in the Ravens' next game against the Broncos, which will be Saturday afternoon in a divisional-round AFC playoff game at Sports Authority Field at Mile High.
Bernard Pollard, a quality Ravens safety, also was inactive four weeks ago when the Broncos jumped out to a 31-3, fourth-quarter lead in Baltimore before coasting to victory.
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Pollard was back knocking alligator arms into star receiver Reggie Wayne on Sunday as the Ravens decisively beat the Indianapolis Colts 24-9 in a wild-card game to earn a rematch with the Broncos in the next round.
"I think it's going to be a lot harder than when we faced them the first time," Broncos and former Ravens receiver Brandon Stokley said Sunday night. "They had a lot of injuries, especially defensively. I think a lot of those guys are back now. When they've got all their guys, they've got a great defense, especially in the red zone. And that's what hurt Indy."
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