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It was first reported two years ago that Ray Lewis uses a mouth spray derived from the velvet on deer antlers. This apparently works like HGH, even though it sounds like the bullsh*t herbal remedy version of a performance-enhancing drug. Nevertheless, it is a substance banned by the NFL. Though because it shows up in the bloodstream and not in urine, it is difficult to detect by NFL tests. So kudos to the NFL for banning a substance and not bothering to properly test for it.
Sports Illustrated has a story in their upcoming issue with the stupid Ray Lewis cover that there is a taped conversation from October between Ray-Ray and a sketchy distributor of antler spray that incriminates Bambi’s Linebacker.
In summation: Ray Lewis is a filthy murdering cheater who stuck deer antlers in his peehole. Or something to that effect. I don’t know. Just have him go away forever.
As much as the shame of Ray Lewis being suspended for the final game of his career would delight us all, having Ray Lew...
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Prior to the Baltimore Ravens’ playoff run, veteran
linebacker Ray Lewis announced that he would retire following the 2012 season.
It’s carried him through to the Super Bowl, and Lewis continues to say he’ll
hang up his cleats following this weekend’s final game of the season. However,
long-time teammate Ed Reed is skeptical about Lewis’ retirement talk, according
Baltimore Ravens safety Ed Reed seems to still be holding out hope that his teammate, linebacker Ray Lewis won’t retire after this week’s Super Bowl. “Maybe he’ll play 10 games next year,” said Reed, per NFL.com. Lewis has already made it clear that he’s not pulling a Brett Favre. Once he says he’s done, he’s done. Even though Reed has already made it clear he’ll...
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