Found January 27, 2013 on
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Remember when Saturday Night Live was funny? Well, SNL had a nostalgic moment of good comedy last night with Kenan Thompson playing a hyper-emotional Ray Lewis on "Weekend Update." The "ascend into heaven" line locks it up. Well done, SNL. Well done.
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Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis says that he forgives Patriots receiver Wes Welker's wife for the disparaging comments she made about him on Facebook.
Ray Lewis will be doing his final dance next Sunday at the Super Bowl in New Orleans. But there are some places I don’t think he should be visiting.
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The two main story lines for the upcoming Super Bowl are going to be shoved down your throat so hard, that you are going to need a skill-crane lowered down your esophagus to dislodge them. If they...
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...
According to SI.com (via Philly.com), Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis contacted company called Sports with Alternatives to Steroids (S.W.A.T.S.) to try and help him recovery quickly from a torn triceps injury.
The problem is that Lewis may have taken a substance that is banned by the NFL.
S.W.A.T.S. is an edgy sports science company run by a gym owner/former stripper. The...
If you were wondering how it only took Ray Lewis 11 weeks to come back from an injury that’s usually a season killer, we might have an answer.
The Ravens’ linebacker may have used deer antler velvet spray, according to Sports Illustrated. The spray contains IGF-1, which is on the NFL’s list of banned substances.
After suffering the injury on Oct. 14, Lewis called Sports with...
It's not like he would go ahead and admit this.
Ray Lewis tore his triceps back in an October game against the Dallas Cowboys. The injury was supposed to be season ending, but the future Hall of Famer refused to be placed on the season ending Injured Reserve. It was a curious decision, but one that wasn't questioned much.
When Lewis actually came back for the playoffs,...
8 a.m. ET: It’s every Super Bowl player’s favorite day of the entire week down in New Orleans: Media Day.
Starting at 10 a.m., the 49ers and Ravens will be out on the field at the Superdome answering every question the media has to throw at them. There will be plenty of interesting personalities out on display both on the field and at the podium.
Some of the pressing issues we...
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.
Check it out.
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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...
They have my homies from The Big Bang Theory busting out the Ray Lewis dance. With Super Bowl week in full swing Ray Lewis will be the star attraction.
We know how much his loves the attention so he will probably get a kick out of this.
Actors from the small and big screen mingled as they hit the red carpet at the Shrine Auditorium for The 19th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards tonight...
It was first reported two years ago that Ray Lewis uses a mouth spray derived from the velvet on deer antlers. This apparently works like HGH, even though it sounds like the bullsh*t herbal remedy version of a performance-enhancing drug. Nevertheless, it is a substance banned by the NFL. Though because it shows up in the bloodstream and not in urine, it is difficult to detect by...
Thousands turned out to Baltimore's Inner Harbor to send the Ravens off to their second Super Bowl.
Retiring linebacker Ray Lewis, coach John Harbaugh and Ed Reed were among the players who spoke to the crowd Monday before the team got on buses and headed to the airport to fly to New Orleans for Sunday's game. The Ravens take on the San Francisco 49ers.
Lewis told the crowd...
For all the chatter about Ray Lewis and the Harbaugh brothers, as the Harbowl campaign is sweeping the nation this week, Ray Rice, for the first time in his noteworthy NFL career, is emerging into a star running back after the Baltimore Ravens stopped abandoning the running game. The most he can do, if he’s handed the ball and knifes through San Francisco defenders, is validate...