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Ray Lewis has always been an emotional person. Whether it was rage or laughter he has always worn his heart on his sleeve. Once he announced his retirement, it seems that his emotions hit overdrive.
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As part of the bet with Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, Denver Mayor Michael Hancock has finally fulfilled his duties after the Bronco’s playoff loss to the Ravens. Mayor Hancock promised Mayor Rawlings-Blake that if the Ravens beat the Broncos he would send her a box of dry-aged “cowboy cut” rib eye steaks and take a video of himself doing Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis’...
Ray Lewis has been an obnoxiously huge part of the story of the upcoming Super Bowl. After he announced his retirement, he's tried his best to make his send-off into an inspirational epic a la Remember The Titans.
Saturday Night Live took a crack at having Kenan Thompson impersonate Lewis during the Weekend Update. Thompson has the head nod down, and that'...
The theatrics of Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis certainly haven't gone unnoticed over the course of the last several weeks. Lewis, who has said that he will retire after the Ravens play the San Francisco 49ers next Sunday in Super Bowl XLVII down in New Orleans, was mocked on the Weekend Update segment of Saturday Night Live last night by cast member Kenan Thompson, who...
Michael Hancock, the mayor of Denver, finally lived up to his end of the bargain on Tuesday. Hancock lost a bet with Baltimore mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake when the Broncos lost in double-overtime to the Ravens in the AFC Divisional Round. He was then forced to perform the famous pre-game dance of Ravens' linebacker Ray Lewis. However, his first attempt at fulfilling his promise...
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If you haven’t thanked Ray Lewis in the 17 years he has been playing don’t worry he is giving everybody another chance to thank him. Now that may sound conceded and it may be reaching or crossing certain lines, however you have to hand it to Rev Rey the man is calculated in his thinking.
During a press conference Wednesday, Lewis admitted to calculating his retirement announcement...
Are you sick of Ray Lewis? Is his facepainting and yelling becoming too much for you? Did you roll your eyes when he cried as the National Anthem was played before the AFC Championship Game? Then this video is for you.
“Saturday Night Live” had Kenan Thompson dress up in a Baltimore Ravens jersey and paint his face like Lewis during the Weekend Update with Seth Meyers for a sketch...
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...
Saturday Night Live decided to spoof Super Bowl bound Baltimore Ravens legend Ray Lewis.Keenan Thompson took on the duties in the “Weekend Update with Seth Meyers segment. Keenan donned Lewis’ trade mark skully and thick eye black plus found a way to get Lewis’ famous squirrel dance in.
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