Lewis' lawyers huddle with government side

ATLANTA -- Lawyers for Baltimore Ravens running back Jamal Lewis were in court Thursday to try to get information that might be
used against him in a drug conspiracy case.

U.S. Magistrate Judge Linda Walker allowed the attorneys to meet
with the government and try to work out their differences. No
ruling was made, and both sides will reconvene May 26.

Lewis' attorneys are seeking 20 items, including transcripts of
recorded phone conversations with Lewis, surveillance reports, the
names of alleged co-conspirators and other information.

It's unclear how many of those requests are contested.

"A lot of what we're asking for -- and I'm sure the government
will agree -- we're going to get eventually," said Don Samuel, a
lawyer for Lewis.

Lewis, 24, is accused of helping broker a cocaine deal for a
childhood friend, Angelo Jackson, during conversations with an
informant in 2000.

Both Lewis and Jackson have pleaded not guilty. No trial date
has been set.