Found January 23, 2012 on Next Impulse Sports:
This is one of the best post game conferences I have ever seen following such a devastating and disappointing loss.  Ray Lewis of the Baltimore Ravens address the media in the locker room following the Ravens losing a heart breaker to The Patriots.  Ray kept it classy and addressed the media’s questions on Billy Cundiff and you couldn’t draw up a better answer from your team leader. Click here to view the embedded video. Article found on: Cosby Sweaters

Ravens’ Ray Lewis will Return for a 17th season

Following the Baltimore Ravens’ 23-20 defeat at the hands of the New England Patriots in Sunday’s AFC Championship Game, middle linebacker Ray Lewis shot down any notion that he will retire. Lewis, 36, said he will return to the Ravens next season, which will be his 17th in the NFL. The 13-time Pro Bowler is [...]

Ray Lewis's Postgame Speech Might Actually Make You Feel Sorry For The Ravens

You know what's boring? The scene in a winning locker room. The real holy grail is seeing a team after they've just been kicked in the balls, like Baltimore after their heartbreaking loss at Foxboro on Sunday. The Ravens uploaded video of Ray Lewis's speech to his teammates, in which he praises Flacco by name and absolves Cundiff without...

Billy Cundiff Says He Feels Bad for Ray Lewis After Missing Field Goal

You win as a team and you lose as a team. As expected, that was the message from the Ravens locker room after their devastating AFC Championship loss to the Patriots on Sunday. Billy Cundiff may have missed a chip shot field goal that would have sent the game to overtime, but Lee Evans also failed to secure a potential game-winning touchdown late in the fourth quarter. The Ravens’...

AFC Championship Preview and Prediction: Ravens at Patriots

Ray Lewis won his first Super Bowl and only Super Bowl 11 years ago. The Ravens won their Super Bowl with one of the most dominant defenses of all-time. That 2000 Ravens squad is 1A with the 85 Bears. They hold the record for fewest points allowed in the regular season, and did not allow a 100 yard rusher. The Ravens would defeat the New York Giants, who had one of the better...

AFC preview: Ray Lewis, Ed Reed chase Super Bowl together for Ravens

Reed and Lewis grew up living parallel lives — with hardscrabble childhoods, in stellar careers at the University of Miami, as late first-round draft selections by the Ravens — before uniting in Baltimore in 2002, cornerstones of a snarling defense.

NFL's Top Five Most Underrated Inside Linebackers

The average NFL fan is aware of some of the best players in the league, such as Ray Lewis, Tom Brady, and Adrian Peterson. Not all, but some of these better players were greatly successful for only a few years. Injuries, age, and personal setbacks derail the careers of some of football's finest icons. Nevertheless, many of them remain atop the fan pyramid, if only because of...

First Quarter: Ravens 0, Patriots 0

The Patriots are one win from a fifth Super Bowl berth in 11 seasons. Reaching Indianapolis won't be easy as Ray Lewis and the Ravens stand in their way. Follow the AFC Championship here.
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