It's been reported and speculated that Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis will play when the Ravens face the Indianapolis Colts in the first round of the playoffs on Sunday, but you won't get that information from Ravens coach John Harbaugh.
Lewis has missed the past 10 games with a torn triceps, and Harbaugh is reluctant to provide any information that may give the Colts a competitive advantage.
"It's all going to be a game-time decision, as far as anybody knows," Harbaugh said Monday, according CSNBaltimore.com. "This is the playoffs, and we're not taking about injuries. We're not talking about activations. We really don't care what you or anybody else thinks about that."
The Ravens' only obligation is to file a complete injury report when the time comes.
The Ravens previously were fined $20,000 for failing to disclose that safety Ed Reed had a shoulder injury.