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Breaking: It has been reported that Ravens fans are threatening Mitch Ross over the report he issued saying that the Baltimore Ravens star line backer Ray Lewis used Deer Antler Spray. Ross told the assembled media Today, that he had received death threats from Ravens fans after the Sports Illustrated report surfaced earlier this week. He said the story was “written wrong” and that comments by Heath Evans were “misconstrued.” Ross added that he was misled by SI and feels he was “catfished.” The Ravens fans don’t like anyone messing with their man Ray Lewis obviously. Now it seems like Ross is trying to back peddle. After this story who do we believe this Ross guy or the original S.I. Article?
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