Worst CB for the Ravens: The man after Ogden and Lewis

The first two players ever drafted by the Baltimore Ravens were Jonathan Ogden and Ray Lewis.  Two of the greatest ever to play their position.  Unfortunately, the third choice the Ravens ever made didn’t quite make it to that level.  Or close to it. In the 1996 draft, the Ravens used their second round pick on DeRon Jenkins, a promising cornerback out of the University of Tennessee...
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Where are they now: Edgerton

The Raveans drafted Ed Hartwell in the fourth round of the 2001 draft as a project middle linebacker, someone they hoped could be a solid backup to Ray Lewis.  It was under the tutelage of Lewis, though, that Hartwell excelled, providing great dividends for the team during his four years with the Ravens.  After his rookie year, Hartwell started every game at middle linebacker in...
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Worst 3 ILB: Who are they?

Fortunately for the Ravens, the franchise has not had to draft inside linebackers for quite some time, due to the fact they had future hall of famer Ray Lewis on their team for nearly two decades. Although Ozzie Newsome and company are regarded as some of the best — if not the best at what they do — as we all know, everyone makes mistakes once and a while, and the draft choices...
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Wonder what it would be like to have a good inside linebacker…

It’s such a shame that the Baltimore Ravens never drafted any good inside linebackers.  I mean, if you rack your brain for hours, you’ll struggle to come up with one name — just one — that has made a lasting impression on the game of football.  For 17 years, the Ravens have been a franchise that has sorely lacked any motivating presence at middle linebacker, and that probably...
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Baltimore Ravens to Pay Fitting Tribute to Ray Lewis

Ray Lewis was the face of the Baltimore Ravens for 17 seasons. He will undoubtedly be a Hall of Famer and is among one of the greatest linebackers to ever step foot on the field. Greatness and success followed Lewis throughout his football career, going back to his days at Kathleen High School in Lakeland, Florida. Lewis stayed close to home, playing his college football with the...
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19 days ago  |  Discuss

Chad Johnson once waited outside locker room to fight Ray Lewis

According to Chad Johnson, the former Cincinnati Bengals receiver once waited outside the locker after a game to confront Ray Lewis. Apparently, the whole motive stemmed from Lewis "unnecessarily" knocking Johnson's helmet off during the game.Johnson revealed this short story to his Twitter followers Thursday and the details of the situation go as follows:I remember...
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February 28, 2014  |  1 Comment

Draft Diamonds Prospect Interview: Jestin Love, DB, Central Arkansas

Draft Diamonds Prospect Interview: Jestin Love, DB, Central Arkansas How many teams were recruiting you out of high school? Out of High School approximately 6 or 7 schools were recruiting me Biggest schools being Arkansas and Ole miss but they didn’t offer me a scholarship and Arkansas State wanted to offer a partial scholarship. Where did you […]The post Draft Diamonds Prospect...
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February 24, 2014  |  Discuss

Lewis: SB blackout was planned

Ray Lewis recently shared his thoughts on the infamous blackout from last year's Super Bowl. Simply put, he doesn't think it was a mistake.

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August 31, 2013  |  Discuss

Joe Flacco Says Ray Lewis’ Speeches Didn’t Make Any Sense

It is my opinion that Joe Flacco didn’t shed any tears when Ray Lewis announced his retirement. Older Ray Lewis was a good not great Linebacker and it was Joe Flacco who was mainly responsible for the Ravens latest Super Bowl win. I appreciate Flacco’s honesty in saying what a lot of us already knew. TheNosebleeds.com has the quote via ESPN. “I love Ray,” Flacco said, ...
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August 23, 2013  |  Discuss

Lewis set to climb Mt. Kilimanjaro

On Wednesday,Ray Lewis will begin his ascent to the summit of Mt. Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest point, but who he's making the trek with certainly is interesting.

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July 03, 2013  |  Discuss

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