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Lewis and Heap won't carry full load against Colts

OWINGS MILLS – Although Baltimore Ravens running back Jamal Lewis and tight end Todd Heap saw their first action last week, it's unlikely that they'll be fully available for Sunday night's season opener against the Indianapolis Colts.

Lewis is slated to start, but will work in a platoon system with backup Chester Taylor during the nationally televised game at M&T Bank Stadium. "He's not in the full flow yet," Ravens coach Brian Billick said of Lewis, who underwent surgery on his right ankle in February. "I imagine at the end of the game that the carries could be fairly equitable between he and Chester, maybe a little less... Recommended Stories

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