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I’ll make this short and sweet.
The NFL playoffs have been amazing. Thanks to Barry Barnes from LockerReport.com for breaking down all four of this past weekend’s games and giving insight into the Baltimore Ravens and Ray Lewis. I did ask the tough questions they are not asking in Baltimore regarding Ray Lewis and the 2000 Super Bowl.
WPLG’s Will Manso joined me to discuss the Dolphins outlining their stadium renovations to the tune of $400 million and how the state and local officials will react.
Adam and I had a lot of laughs about last night’s Golden Globe Awards, discussed steroids, the Baseball Hall of Fame and we had two awesome callers tonight as well.
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Last Friday night, the Baltimore Marriott Waterfront Hotel paid tribute to Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis, who is retiring from the NFL at the end of the team's postseason run, with a laser light show on the front of the hotel.
Between 5:30pm and 9pm, the laser images displayed across 15 floors of the building, alternating between the number 52 and an animated version of Lewis...
Ray Lewis is going to make a lot of money as a motivational speaker in a few weeks when his playing days are over. We all know Ray Lewis the leader, the tackling machine, and premier middle linebacker in NFL history.
Many of our younger NFL fans are not aware of the Ray Lewis that fought for his life in a double murder trial in 2000. Lewis was eventually charged with obstructing...
Denver Mayor Michael Hancock lost a bet when the Baltimore Ravens defeated the Denver Broncos in double-overtime on Saturday, but an injury may prevent him from paying up.
According to the Denver Post, Hancock had a friendly wager going with Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake that was supposed to result in him doing Ray Lewis’ famous pregame warmup dance (which can be seen...
I have to admit this is pretty funny.
I don’t think the game will be a blow out, the Ravens and Patriots always play close games. If the Ravens win this will be a lot of wasted money.
The Ravens and Broncos battled into two overtimes for one of the most memorable NFL playoff games in history, and the leaders of each team played their hearts out. Peyton Manning and Ray Lewis, each a little long in the tooth, put forth an amazing effort, and eventually the Ravens preveiled by a score of 38-35. Peyton paid Lewis the ultimate show of respect by sticking around (with...
After losing in double overtime and losing to the Baltimore Ravens 38-35 after skipping his post game interview, met with Ray Lewis in the locker room. Let’s consider what it is they could’ve discussed. Perhaps Peyton was asking Rev Ray tips on a speech to give his team next year. [...]
Peyton Manning and his family took some time to congratulate Ray Lewis following their Divisional Round playoff game on Saturday.
This photo was taken over 90 minutes after the game by the Ravens Director of Media Relations, Chad Steele.
Most of America was either asleep or watching Colin Kaepernick run over the Packers defense by this time.
I don’t know what to say. It’s really hard to defend Peyton Manning, like I have done for years, when he seemingly shrunk late in the fourth quarter and OT in the Denver Broncos’ loss to the Baltimore Ravens. So I won’t. Instead, we can talk about this picture with Peyton and Ray Lewis at the end of the game.
In the days leading up to what was supposed to be Ray Lewis’ retirement party, Denver and national sports broadcasters had already written off the Baltimore Ravens and anointed the Denver Broncos the Super Bowl champions. In his post game interview, Peyton Manning stated that his team was excited about playing in the AFC Championship [...]
With one of the greatest playoff weekends in the books, we now look forward to Championship weekend. We already looked at the NFC and now we bring our attention to the AFC. Can Ray Lewis continue leading the Ravens when no one’s giving them a chance? Or will Tom Brady and company steamroll their way to New Orleans? On Sunday, we will find out. But, in the meantime, here’s my...
The New England Patriots and the Baltimore Ravens have become familiar foes in recent years. In their nine meetings to date, the Patriots appear to have a significant advantage with a 7-2 record. But it is the more recent games that are troubling:In their lone meeting during the 2012 season, the Ravens squeezed by the Patriots by a single point.At the end of the 2011 season, the...