Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis missed two practices in a row with what the team has called a foot injury, and is now expected to be out for at least one game, according to a report.
Lewis has a toe injury, the extent of which was confirmed by a specialist he visited in South Florida, the Carroll County Times reported.
Long a cornerstone of Baltimore's vaunted defense, the normally durable Lewis will miss at least Sunday's game against Cincinnati -- and could be sidelined for longer than that, the newspaper said.
Lewis, 36, hasn't missed a game since the 2007 season. He has 68 tackles, two sacks and an interception in nine games for first-place Baltimore this season, his 16th in the NFL.
Defensive tackle Art Jones (head) and running back Anthony Allen (thigh) also missed practice on Wednesday and Thursday for the Ravens.