The Ravens will have a walkthrough Saturday at the Saints' headquarters.
This marked retiring inside linebacker
Lewis didn't show any signs of emotion about the practice being his last as far as a full-scale workout.
“I didn’t even think of it,’’ Ravens coach
The following players are probable on the injury report for Baltimore: Wide receiver
All of the
The Ravens practiced before the
Harbaugh was pleased with how the workout went.
"It was an A-plus. A-plus-plus," he told the pool reporter. "We're at the stage where we're clicking on all cylinders and practicing very, very well. We've had a few assignment errors, but they've been corrected right away. I'm very pleased with how the week has gone.''
As for the 49ers, they held an 80-minute indoor practice at the Saints' facility and ended 15 minutes early.
"We got everything done we normally do,'' 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh said. "There were only one or two repeats. The whole tempo was good in and out of the huddle and that might reflect that the most. There was good attention to detail and a crisp tempo.''
The 49ers piped in simulated crowd noise, too.
"Normally, we would use the noise for just one side of the ball,'' Harbaugh said. "If it's a home game, we'd use it for the defense. If it's a road game, we'd use it for the offense and special teams. But this is a neutral site.''
Harbaugh praised the way quarterback
"Exemplary,’’ Harbaugh said. "That’s the way he always is since we’ve known him. This is always the way he handles himself: A plus, plus. He’s very focused on the game plan. He’s ready to go.’’
The 49ers will hold a walk through Saturday at the
"We're staying at the hotel,'' Jim Harbaugh said. "Unless we change our mind.''