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It's been reported and speculated that Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis will play when the Ravens face the Indianapolis Colts in the first round of the playoffs on Sunday, but you won't get that information from Ravens coach John Harbaugh. Lewis has missed the past 10 games with a torn triceps, and Harbaugh is reluctant to provide any information that may give the Colts a competitive advantage. "It's all going to be a game-time decision, as far as anybody knows," Harbaugh said Monday, according CSNBaltimore.com. "This is the playoffs, and we're not taking about injuries. We're not talking about activations. We really don't care what you or anybody else thinks about that." The Ravens' only obligation is to file a complete injury report when the time comes. The Ravens previously were fined $20,000 for failing to disclose that safety Ed Reed had a shoulder injury.
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WHAT A RIDE IT'S BEEN
Ray Lewis made his plans for the future clear when he said the following about the playoff run of the Baltimore Ravens, however long it lasts: "This will be my last ride."
Ray Lewis announced his retirement plans on Wednesday. In doing so his peers wasted no time saluting him. Lewis took the podium after speaking to his teammates to make a full statement.
Please Click Here To Watch And/Or Read Lewis' Complete Statement.
It was either going to happen at the end of this season or maybe the next. It was unavoidable.
His recent injury may have expedited the process. But time puts its stamp on everyone.
Even Ray Lewis.
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So, as I am sure you are all aware by now (or maybe you aren't) Ray Lewis told the Ravens he is going to retire after this season. Yes, surprise surprise, Ray Lewis is trying to sneak his way back into the ESPN cycle he has been out of since becoming injured and irrelevant. Just couldn't wait till the end of the season Ray Ray could ya? Nope. Now, I know what you were all...
Ray Lewis, the Ravens linebacker, and one of the all-time NFL greats announced today that this will be his final season in the NFL. Ray Lewis will be hanging up his cleats after a mere 17 seasons, and you bet we will be rooting for his Ravens in the playoffs to do something special. “This will be my last ride,” Lewis said. Ray will be leaving the NFL with a decent resume which...
The Baltimore Ravens legendary linebacker Ray Lewis announced his retirement from the NFL hen the Ravens complete their playoff run, according to an AP story on Yahoo Sports.
Knowing Ray Lewis, he intends that to mean when the Ravens win the Super Bowl.
Lewis wants to spend more time with his family, especially to watch his sons play football. The 37-year-old Pro...
OWINGS MILLS, Md. (AP) -- Ray Lewis will end his brilliant 17-year NFL career after the Baltimore Ravens complete their 2013 playoff run.
Lewis has been sidelined since Oct. 14 with a torn right triceps. The 13-time Pro Bowl middle linebacker intends to return Sunday to face the Indianapolis Colts in what will almost certainly be his final home game.
"I talked to my team today...
After 17 seasons leading the Baltimore Ravens' dominant defense, Ray Lewis is retiring.Even after almost two decades in the league, it came as a surprise to the players in Baltimore."We all thought the great Ray Lewis was going to play forever," said fellow linebacker Terrell Suggs.Suggs didn't stop there, he than went on to say Lewis' legacy is of being the...
Ray Lewis has already won a Super Bowl with the Baltimore Ravens and is a lock for the Hall of Fame, but the 37-year-old linebacker wouldn’t mind adding another Vince Lombardi trophy to his list of accomplishments. On Wednesday, Lewis told his teammates and coaches that if he’s going to win another ring it will have to be this year.
According to the Ravens’ official Twitter...
Ravens middle linebacker spoke with his teammates on Wednesday. During that time the 17-year veteran told his peers that “this will be my last ride.”
Soon after talking to his teammates Lewis went and notified the press of his decision.
Baltimore will host Indianapolis in a Wild Card game on Sunday. Lewis is expected to play in that game, having worked his way back from a triceps...
Ray Lewis is reportedly retiring at the end of the 2012 season. (Credit: AP Photo/Nick Wass) It seems that the legendary defense of the Baltimore Ravens could be on its last legs. Star linebacker Ray Lewis has been the epitome of the Ravens franchise and was with the team when they won the Super Bowl following the 2000 season. A report by ESPN.com’s John Clayton released Wednesday...
Chuck Pagano and Ray Lewis spent the previous four seasons as part of a Baltimore Ravens defense known for making life tough for the opposition.
As secondary coach and then defensive coordinator, Pagano teamed with the future Hall of Fame linebacker to help the Ravens reach a pair of AFC championship games before taking the Indianapolis Colts' head coaching job in January.
FOXBORO, Mass. — Ray Lewis is one of the most respected players in the NFL, and Bill Belichick is one his biggest proponents.
Lewis announced his plan to retire after this season on Wednesday, explaining to his teammates and then the media that this would be his “last ride” on the gridiron. So, while brief, given his focus on the Patriots’ own postseason preparations, Belichick...
Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis announced Wednesday that after 17 seasons in the NFL he will retire after the conclusion of the playoffs.
"It is time for me to create a new legacy."
"I talked to my team today," Lewis said Wednesday. "I talked to them about life in general. And everything that starts has an end. For me, today, I told my team that this...