Lewis suffers dislocated finger on left hand, Boller sustains mild concussion
Lewis dislocated his left finger in the third quarter and Boller sustained a mild concussion in the fourth of the Ravens' 22-16, overtime loss to the Dolphins on Sunday. Neither player returned.
Rookie Troy Smith replaced Boller midway through the fourth quarter, then drove the team 59 yards to the half-yard line with 8 seconds left. Coach Brian Billick decided against trying for the winning touchdown on fourth down and forced overtime on Matt Stover's 18-yard field goal.
"It's very tough to go for all or nothing," Billick said.
Lewis, an eight-time Pro Bowl player, leads the injury-plagued Ravens in tackles this season.
The Ravens were already without cornerback Samari Rolle, who missed his second consecutive game with a shoulder injury.
Information from The Associated Press was used in this report.
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