Ravens to play 4th straight game without Ray Lewis

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Middle linebacker Ray Lewis is inactive for the Baltimore Ravens for Sunday's game against Indianapolis, the fourth straight game he will miss with a right toe injury.

Lewis played in 57 successive games before sitting out Nov. 20 against Cincinnati. He remains Baltimore's leading tackler.

Baltimore's other inactives Sunday are wide receivers Tandon Doss and LaQuan Williams, cornerback Chris Car, linebacker Chavis Williams and nose tackle Brandon McKinney.

The Colts remain without quarterback Peyton Manning, who is on the roster but has not played this season because of a neck injury.

Indianapolis also placed linebackers Kevin Bentley, Mike Holmes and A.J. Edds (ankle) on the inactive list, along with wide receiver Anthony Gonzalez (groin), defensive back Mike Holmes, tackle Quinn Ojinnaka and defensive end Jerry Hughes.

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