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Ray Lewis to Star in New Anger Management Reality Show on Spike Called Coaching Bad

During his playing days former Baltimore Ravens great was known for giving passionate and intense speeches. Whenever clips of them were shown on television there was often a bit of shouting going on. You could say that Ray looked angry most of the time too.So it seems only appropriate that he be a part of a reality show on anger management.@cjzero/TwitterRead more »
Via FatManWriting
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Real Tweets from Real People – Welcome to Twitter, Ray Lewis!

Ray lewis’ ESPN tenure has been rather underwhelming thus far.  The former Ravens LB and future Hall of Famer hasn’t been able to successfully translate the success of his playing days to television.  His charisma made him a coveted television personality and ESPN offered him prominent roles on their biggest studio shows.  Unfortunately for ESPN, there hasn’t been much substance...
Via Awful Announcing
November 18, 2014  |  Discuss

Ray Lewis joins Twitter, gets killer welcome

Just when it seemed like every famous figure in the sports world was already on Twitter, Ray Lewis went ahead and reminded us that some people are still a little late to the party. The Super Bowl-winning former Baltimore Ravens linebacker joined Twitter on Monday night and received welcoming tweets from his employer, ESPN, and...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
November 17, 2014  |  Discuss

Ray Lewis Says Teams No Longer Have To Pack Chin Straps When They Play Steelers

Add former Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis to the list of notable people that believes the 2014 version of the Pittsburgh Steelers consists of players who are soft. During Monday Night Countdown on ESPN, Lewis said that teams no longer have to pack a chinstrap when they play the Steelers. He went on to add […] Ray Lewis Says Teams No Longer Have To Pack Chin Straps When...
Via Steelers Depot
October 20, 2014  |  Discuss

Ray Lewis makes peculiar statement about Ray Rice...again

I’m not sure who exactly keeps telling Ray Lewis he should talk about the Ray Rice domestic violence issue on television, but it continues to yield very questionable results. Lewis once again discussed the Rice incident on ESPN’s NFL Countdown on Sunday, when he delivered this amazing quote: “There’s some things you can cover up, and then there’s some things you can...
Via Next Impulse Sports
September 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Video: Ray Lewis says ‘There is no comparison of me and Ray Rice’

Former Ravens LB Ray Lewis spent five seasons playing alongside RB Ray Rice in Baltimore. The two had a close relationship and Lewis mentored and provided direction for the running back throughout Rice's career in the NFL. And like Rice, Lewis was the subject of a high-profile investigation himself. Initially charged with murder in 2000, he eventually pleaded guilty to obstruction...
Via The Sports Daily
September 08, 2014  |  Discuss

Ravens Unveil Ray Lewis’ Statue; He Celebrates With Squirrel Dance (Video)

Ray Lewis was anything but understated during his 17-year NFL career, and the unveiling of his statue was no different. The Baltimore Ravens legend was on hand outside M&T Bank Stadium Thursday morning as the team unveiled a brand-new statue that shows Lewis doing his trademark pregame “squirrel dance.” The unveiling was accompanied with a burst of flames from Lewis’ rear...
Via NESN.com
September 04, 2014  |  Discuss

Former Raven Ray Lewis will now have his own show on Spike TV

Former Baltimore Raven linebacker Ray Lewis, has teamed up with Spike TV for Coaching Bad, a new series which will explore coaching and anger management. The series will bring together the nine coaches from various sports from across the country, as they go through a series of transformational courses: assessing each coach’s anger issues, working with the […] The post Former...
Via NFL Draft Diamonds
August 05, 2014  |  Discuss

VIDEO: Ray Lewis knocks the wheels off The Bus in Pittsburgh

Ah, the good old days. This was when Ray Lewis defined sideline-to-sideline, and there wasn’t really anybody that could contain him.  Too strong to block, too fast to run around.  It was just a thing to marvel at. Jerome Bettis is arguably the greatest power running back of all time, and there are not many occasions that see him overpowered.  With the both of them working in...
Via cover32 - Ravens
July 22, 2014  |  Discuss

Ray Lewis redirects inspiration to Baltimore families

It’s one thing to win on the field, but when one helps others win off of the field, that’s special. Baltimore’s own, Ray Lewis, was a winner on the field — no question. The two Super Bowl rings and other personal accolades prove that fact. But Lewis hasn’t lost a step since hanging up his cleats, even if the future Hall of Famer can’t go sideline-to-sideline like he...
Via cover32 - Ravens
June 27, 2014  |  Discuss
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