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Forget Ray the LB, I know that is hard to do. Forget all the accolades, highlights, and just plain amazing play. Remember Ray Lewis the man, the friend, confidant, and just ordinary human being. Thinking of Ray Lewis as an ordinary guy is one thing that people forget to do. He is the guy that lives next door, the guy who hates taking out the trash. The guy that loves watching his children play sports, and he is guy that you see running through the neighborhood early in the morning while you are drinking coffee. His foundation, The Ray Lewis Family Foundation does so many things in the community that are so far from football that people forget Ray Lewis the man.… Read more
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In what could be Ray Lewis’s final game as a member of the Baltimore Ravens, the Ravens will take on the Colts in Baltimore. Lewis announced that this season will be his last, so the team will certainly be playing inspired football to keep his career going for at least one more week.
The Colts will also be playing inspired football as Chuck Pagano is back on the sidelines for the...
Ray Lewis announced prior to the Baltimore Ravens’ playoff game against the Indianapolis Colts last weekend that he would be retiring, so most people enjoyed seeing him do his trademark dance one last time. One person who didn’t find it too amusing, though, was Colts wide receiver Reggie Wayne.
Wayne found it disrespectful that Lewis did his typical pregame dance, and then came...
The announcement of the retirement of linebacker Ray Lewis was an emotional boost to the Baltimore Ravens. Last week's Wild-Card matchup, pitted ChuckStrong vs. Lewis' retirement parade. Yes, there was the sensational rookie Andrew Luck versus the traditionally good Ravens' defense. But in the end the game should have been a mismatch from the beginning. It wasn't...
Baltimore Ravens inside linebacker Ray Lewis (52) celebrates after a play during the first half of an NFL wild card playoff football game against the Indianapolis Colts Sunday, Jan. 6, 2013, in Baltimore. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)
Both teams came into this game riding emotional highs; The Colts for their coach as well as assistant coach who has some medical condition as of last...
Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh told the media that linebacker Ray Lewis is ready to go at full speed this week, even though he just came off the injured reserve list.“He’s ready to go. He’s going to play in this game and he should be full speed,” said Harbaugh.Even though Lewis is healthy and is at full speed, he’s going to be rusty because he’s been he’s...
Since his first season with the Baltimore Ravens in 1996, Ray Lewis has been it's biggest motivator and leader. He's won the NFL's defensive player of the year award twice, been to the Pro Bowl 13 times, and has a Super Bowl ring. Let's go back to that one fact: He has one Super Bowl ring. For many players in the National Football League or in any sport it's not...
The Cincinnati Bengals just suffered another play off loss. Of course Bengals fans are already calling for a GM, new coaches, and another QB. This team, however, is a team on the rise, as most serious football fans can see.Owner Mike Brown and head coach Marvin Lewis have effectively put together a very solid core of young, talented players. Andy Dalton has put up numbers that rival...
The Baltimore Ravens have the home field advantage going into today’s game as they take on the Indianapolis Colts at M & T Bank Stadium. They even have the, albeit slight, emotional edge heading into this one as legendary and sure fire first ballot hall of famer, Ray Lewis said he was going to hang [...]The post Keys To Victory for the Baltimore Ravens appeared first on Queen City Sports.
While Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis is expected to
be back to full-go today against the Indianapolis Colts, safety Bernard
Pollard, wide receiver Tandon Doss and offensive lineman Jah Reid are all
questionable to suit up.
Pollard, Doss and Reid have all been able to practice
throughout the week, but each player has only been able to do so on a limited
basis. Pollard is...
The Ravens’ defense has played well with Ray Lewis, Terrell Suggs, Haloti Ngata and Ed Reed all playing together for the first time this season. However, they’ve gotten little help from the offense.
Ray Rice fumbled in the red zone on the Ravens first possession. That ended a promising drive that began at their own 48-yard line.
The Colts returned the favor when Andrew Luck coughed...
Inside linebacker Ray Lewis will be active for his final home game at M&T Bank Stadium against the Indianapolis Colts.
For the Colts: RB Delone Carter, DT Kellen Heard, S Delano Howell, OT Tony Hills, WR Nathan Palmer, G Joe Reitz and CB Teddy Williams
For the Ravens: S Omar Brown, DT Bryan Hall, LB Adrian Hamilton, G/T Ramon Harewood, CB Chris Johnson, G Jah Reid and WR Deonte Thompson