Owings Mills, MD (Sports Network) - Baltimore linebacker Ray Lewis was a full participant in Wednesday's practice.
Lewis, who announced earlier Wednesday that he'd retire at the end of the season, hasn't played since Week 6 against the Dallas Cowboys.
The Ravens placed the 37-year-old star on the injured reserve-designated to return list after he tore his right triceps on Oct. 14. He returned to practice on Dec. 5 and the club moved him to the active roster later in the month, but held him out of the regular-season finale at Cincinnati.
The Ravens host the Indianapolis Colts in an AFC Wild Card game on Sunday and Lewis said "there is no reason for me not to be playing."
A 17-year Miami-Florida product has totaled 57 tackles and one sack this season.
In addition, defensive tackle Haloti Ngata (knee), guard Marshal Yanda (shoulder, knee) and safety Bernard Pollard (chest) were limited participants in practice.