Post-Draft Outlook: A closer look at the Chiefs' picks: Round 5/136 -- Kendrick Lewis, S, 6-0, 198, Mississippi, Began his college career as a wide receiver with McCluster at Ole Miss before being moved to safety, Lewis was very active in the back of the defense. - by The Sports Xchange
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Draft Scout Kendrick Lewis News
11/01/15 - S Kendrick Lewis was back in the lineup after missing the Monday night game against Arizona. He was injured Week 6 against San Francisco in the third quarter and could not return Lewis was later diagnosed with a "bone bruise." He had three tackles against San Diego.
10/28/15 - S Kendrick Lewis (knee) was able to practice Wednesday after missing the Monday night game against Arizona. He was knocked out of the previous game against San Francisco in the third quarter and could not return Lewis was later diagnosed with a bone bruise. The Ravens have battled injuries in the secondary throughout the season.
10/21/15 - S Kendrick Lewis (knee) was knocked out of the previous game against San Francisco in the third quarter and could not return. Lewis was later diagnosed with a "bone bruise," according to coach John Harbaugh. Lewis' availability for Week 7 against the Cardinals is uncertain. "We'll see where it goes throughout the course of the week," Harbaugh said.
"He was feeling pretty good today, but those things are hard to predict."
10/19/15 - S Kendrick Lewis left the game in the third quarter with a left knee injury. The Ravens could not afford another injury to the secondary with Lardarius Webb (thigh) also already sidelined. Ravens coach John Harbaugh initially does not believe the injury is too severe. Lewis had an MRI on Monday but the results were not available.
09/28/15 - S Kendrick Lewis, a key offseason signing, had to leave the game for a possible concussion Week 3 against the Bengals. He was temporarily replaced by Terrence Brooks before being able to return. Lewis finished with one tackle. After the game, he was more concerned about the loss, rather than leaving the game. "You have to take it upon yourself," Lewis said. "Every man has to look at themselves, and then collectively come together. We have to get this ironed out real fast."