NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. -- An attorney for a Rutgers University student who says she was sexually assaulted by two football players says she received a written apology from one of them.NJ.com reports (http://bit.ly/2f5cdUp ) the woman filed a lawsuit last week alleging that former Scarlet Knights football players Marques Ford and John Bowers sexually assaulted her after she drank too much and became incapacitated at a November 2015 party.Bowers was dating the then-18-year-old freshman at the time.Attorney Jeffrey Fritz says his client received a series of messages from Bowers in which he apologized for the assault and blamed Ford.Ford declined to comment when reached by NJ.com. Bowers did not respond to requests for comment.Bowers and Ford have since left Rutgers. Rutgers officials also have declined to comment.---Information from: NJ.com, http://www.nj.com Cheap Mavericks Jerseys Authentic . 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Andrew Luck lost his favourite target and the Indianapolis locker room lost one of its most revered leaders when Reggie Wayne was diagnosed Monday with a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee that will cost him the rest of the season. OWINGS MILLS, Md. -- Asked to describe the one thing he finds most surprising about the NFL, Baltimore Ravens rookie Alex Lewis answers without hesitation.The money, he replied.Lewis is earning every bit of his $450,000 salary. The fourth-round draft pick has been versatile and invaluable as a starter on an offensive line that has been torn apart by injuries.Drafted 130th overall out of Nebraska, Lewis had no intention learning from the sideline with the hope of garnering playing time as the season went on.I dont play football to watch it, Lewis said Wednesday. When I came here I expected to play.Lewis launched his career at left guard against Buffalo alongside fellow rookie Ronnie Stanley, the sixth overall pick and starting left tackle. It marked the first time since 1995 that an NFL team started a pair of rookies on the left side of the line in the opening game.The pair continued to flourish together until Oct. 2, when Lewis missed the Oakland game with a concussion and Stanley was sidelined with a foot injury. Lewis took over at left tackle the following week.Stanley still hasnt returned. If he remains hurt this Sunday, Lewis will receive a third straight start at tackle against the New York Jets.Making the transition from college to the NFL is tough enough. Moving from guard to left tackle -- arguably the toughest position on the offensive line -- is even more difficult.Its a little bit of a shuffle but I played two years at tackle (at Nebraska), Lewis said. I did a lot of training this offseason at guard, so its going to take a little bit of adjusting to get comfortable at tackle again.Lewis got beat a couple of times in his debut at left tackle and had a costly holding penalty last week against the Giants.I think AAlex has done great, coach John Harbaugh said.dddddddddddd The thing I like about him is he doesnt repeat mistakes. He improves. Hes a smart guy and he works hard.Maybe its in the genes. Lewis father, Bill Lewis, was a center at Nebraska before playing seven years in the NFL.The key to success, not just in the NFL but in life, is learning from a mistake and get better from that mistake, Alex Lewis said. Thats the mentality I have. Its what my father taught me.Lewis hasnt been perfect. But the 6-foot-6, 335-pounder has been plenty good enough to make a positive impression on his teammates.Hes a tough guy. Hes a fighter, hes a scrapper, center Jeremy Zuttah said. With him, its just about being more confident. Hes a rookie, so every game hes going to get better and better. The skys the limit for him.Stanley has a mountain of potential, but at this point Lewis just might be the best rookie in Baltimores Class of 2016. Hes more interested in how he will be perceived in the future.To be successful at this level, youve got to be willing to grow, Lewis said. You cant think that, just because youre playing in the NFL youve made it now. Its, how do I get better, how do I keep getting better, how do I get to be great?He could ask Zuttah or Pro Bowl guard Marshal Yanda, but Lewis knows his place -- with the rest of the rookies, whose lockers are lined up along a back aisle of the locker room.The veterans, they dont want to be bothered, Lewis said. Ill ask a question if I have to, but most of the time you want to keep quiet around those cats.---AP NFL website: www.pro32.ap.org and http://twitter.com/AP-NFL ' ' '