RAY LEWIS RUMORS & GOSSIP

Ray Lewis expects big things from Ravens defense

Expectations are tempered for the Baltimore Ravens entering the 2017 NFL season, but Ray Lewis thinks otherwise.The former Ravens star linebacker is expecting big things from Baltimore’s defense this year. At least that’s what Lewis said during a conversation with the Baltimore Sun.“At the end of the day, are you good enough to make the playoffs? That’s the bottom line. You’ve got...
Via Larry Brown Sports
September 02, 2017  |  Discuss

Ray Lewis shares some advice for Colin Kaepernick

Ray Lewis has a message for Colin Kaepernick: keep to football on the football field.Lewis’ message for Kaepernick comes at a time when the Baltimore Ravens are mulling the possibility of signing the free agent quarterback. Lewis played for the franchise from 1996-2012 and is still involved with the club. He praised Kaepernick for what he’s stood up for and what he’s done, but advised...
Via Larry Brown Sports
August 01, 2017  |  Discuss

Ray Lewis questions Colin Kaepernick's desire to play football

Ray Lewis made waves at the onset of the 2016 NFL season by harshly criticizing Colin Kaepernick over his national anthem protest, saying in part the quarterback should “take the flag out of it.” The former Baltimore Ravens great, who was recently hired by FOX as an analyst, doubled down on his rhetoric by questioning whether or not Kaepernick really wants to play football.Lewis...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
June 22, 2017  |  Discuss

Ray Lewis ‘definitely looking into’ coaching in the NFL

Baltimore Ravens legend Ray Lewis was one of the smartest, most instinctual linebackers to ever play in the NFL. And he’s considering taking his knowledge to the next level with a move into coaching.The two-time Super Bowl champion is in Hawaii this week helping coach up the guys on the AFC side of the Pro Bowl. He acknowledged that coaching in the NFL is something that’s been piquing...
Via Sportsnaut
January 27, 2017  |  Discuss

Ray Lewis: ‘As a black man, you’re fearful to walk out of your house’

Former Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis is a passionate man. With that, it shouldn’t be surprising that he has a strong take on recent shootings involving the police. Lewis said on Thursday that “As a black man, you’re fearful to walk out of your house now.” “Let me tell you why,” Lewis said on FS 1’s Undisputed. “I’ve been doing so much like trying to figure this out because...
Via Sportsnaut
September 22, 2016  |  Discuss

WATCH: Ray Lewis gives fiery speech about Baltimore riots

By Steve DelVecchio Ray Lewis posted a video on social media Tuesday pleading with protestors in Baltimore to stop the violence and destruction. The tone was the same as the one we have heard from Lewis countless times in football huddles, but the message is much more serious this time around. “Baltimore, get off the streets!” Lewis urged. “Kids, go home! Stay home! You don...
Via Larry Brown Sports
April 28, 2015  |  Discuss

Bill Simmons fires a shot at ESPN colleague Ray Lewis

By AA Locker You know how this one sets up. Boston Sports Guy Bill Simmons is a huge Patriots fan. ESPN analyst and former Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis has been smack-talking the Patriots throughout the postseason, even saying the team deserved an asterisk for cheating. Bill Simmons inevitably would tweet out a shot at Ray Lewis and start another firestorm of ESPN-on-ESPN violence...
Via Awful Announcing
January 27, 2015  |  Discuss

Ray Lewis attempts to clarify comments about Tom Brady

By Jason Rowan Ray Lewis, perhaps recognizing he ignited a firestorm with the curious comments he made regarding Tom Brady, has attempted to clarify his controversial statements. Lewis argued earlier this week during a satellite radio interview that Brady, in some respects, would not enjoy the Hall of Fame-worthy legacy he has built during his stellar career had it not been for...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
January 15, 2015  |  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

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
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