Baltimore Ravens Update - Monday

<p>OWINGS MILLS -- The Ravens emerged unscathed by injury in the AFC's 55-52 loss in Sunday's Pro Bowl despite tight end Todd Heap absorbing a rough hit from Dallas Cowboys safety Roy Williams.</p>

Safety Ed Reed blocked a punt and returned it for a touchdown. 

Heap secured three receptions for 43 yards. 

Jamal Lewis rushed for 58 yards on eight carries, including a 22-yard touchdown. Lewis also caught a 14-yard pass.

Linebacker Ray Lewis led the AFC with six tackles and cornerback Chris McAlister had four stops.

In a telephone interview before kickoff, Reed said, "The most important thing is to not get hurt. It's a fun game."

Ray Lewis will have his right shoulder, which required a harness for the final month of the season, reexamined.

Meanwhile, starting cornerback Gary Baxter, who attended the Pro Bowl, is scheduled for a Feb. 17 hernia scope after playing with significant pain throughout the season.

"That doesn't surprise me about Gary," Billick said. "He's a tough guy and it was a very painful injury, although not dangerous."

Aaron Wilson writes for the Carroll County Times.

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