OWINGS MILLS, Md. (AP) -Baltimore Ravens middle linebacker Ray Lewis has an injured knee and is one of several key players who could miss Sunday's game against Buffalo.
Lewis will be a game-time decision, coach Brian Billick said Friday.
Center Mike Flynn (knee) is listed as questionable. Tight end Todd Heap (hamstring), cornerback Chris McAlister (knee) and tight end Daniel Wilcox (foot) didn't practice all week and are expected to be out Sunday.
Cornerback Samari Rolle will play Sunday after practicing most of the week, his first start since the second week of the season. He was limited to special situations in a 22-3 win over St. Louis last week, making his return after missing three games with an undisclosed illness that briefly hospitalized him.
``He'll be fine,'' Billick said. ``He's been through two good days.''
Offensive tackles Jonathan Ogden (turf toe) and Adam Terry (sprained ankle) are questionable, and rookie Jared Gaither is preparing to make his second NFL start. Quarterback Steve McNair is out with a back injury and backup Kyle Boller will start in his place.

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