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Video: Boy honors Ray Lewis with ‘squirrel’ dance

Former NFL Linebacker Ray Lewis may be retired from the game, but his fame is strong among even the youngest of football fans. Little Logan is a big Lewis fan and decided to pay tribute to the star Ravens player by performing the NFLer’s signature “squirrel” dance at his summer camp. Becht, a former NFL player, ESPN analyst and founder of the Anthony Becht Football camp Logan...
Via Campus Sports Net
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Ray Lewis back in headlines, WR competition, throwback jerseys to return and more

The jerseys. The shoes. The gear. Go behind-the-scenes with the equipment staff. PHOTOS: http://t.co/V9pMsrT3mh pic.twitter.com/O7H1DvjgOw — Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) June 23, 2015 Get ready for the WR competition in training camp. @BmoreEisenberg & @gdowning14 explain: http://t.co/vhn2j1oXha pic.twitter.com/1RHhtuWw1c — Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) June 22, 2015...
Via cover32
10 days ago  |  Discuss

'The Rock' says Ray Lewis, Warren Sapp almost wrestled in Wrestlemania

Ray Lewis and Warren Sapp nearly joined their former Miiami Hurricanes teammate Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson in the ring at Wrestlemania several years back. Johnson, who is reliving his football days in the new HBO show 'Ballers,' told Dan Patrick on his radio show last week that both Lewis and Sapp came close to partaking in a tag-team match, perhaps along with 'Stone Cold' Steve Austin...
Via Fox Sports
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Ray Lewis, Warren Sapp nearly made Wrestlemania cameo?

The Rock was on The Dan Patrick Show on Friday, promoting his new HBO show Ballers. During the interview with Patrick, The Rock revealed that both Ray Lewis and Warren Sapp nearly made cameo appearances in WWE for a match at WrestleMania. Here’s The Rock’s quote from the Baltimore Sun. “There was a time when WWE was at its height during a certain era, what we call now...
Via Awful Announcing
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Here's Terrell Suggs as a giant running back among boys in high school

Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs says former teammate Ray Lewis never believed him that he played running back in high school. Well now we have video evidence to prove it.  Suggs looks to be the biggest player on the field as he thunders his way for what appears to be a 60-yard touchdown run.  Take that Ray! Footage courtesy of @ralphamsden. h/t: UPROXX
Via Fox Sports
28 days ago  |  Discuss

Will 2015 Be The Year The Loss Of Baltimore’s Defensive Stalwarts Is Finally Felt?

With many of their recent defensive stalwarts moving on in recent years, whether it be Ray Lewis, Ed Reed or Haloti Ngata, the bottom line remains in that the NFL is a business and the writing was on the wall for the aforementioned Baltimore Ravens. But with several key pieces on the defensive side of the ball creeping up […] Will 2015 Be The Year The Loss Of Baltimore’s...
Via Steelers Depot
May 14, 2015  |  Discuss

Ray Lewis compares his relationship to Ed Reed with two Disney characters

After the retirement of Ravens legendary safety Ed Reed, former teammate Ray Lewis has been able to explain their relationship in terms of Disney characters. The Ravens twitter account shared Lewis’ interesting analogy. Ed Reed On Ray Lewis: "It was like Mufasa and Simba." pic.twitter.com/qPdnkJ1eOt — Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) May 7, 2015 That works. AROUND COVER32 Bold...
Via cover32
May 08, 2015  |  Discuss

Ed Reed: end of an era with the Baltimore Ravens

First, it was linebacker Ray Lewis. Lastly, it will be fellow lb Terrell Suggs to leave the Baltimore Ravens. In the middle, as it seemed he was in every defensive play, was free safety Ed Reed, who will officially call it a career on Thursday, ending an era to one of the best defenses in recent time. Reed last played for the Houston Texans and New York Jets in 2013 and was out of...
Via EndZoneScore
May 06, 2015  |  Discuss

Ray Lewis joins Ravens for school visits in wake of Baltimore riots

  Ravens coach John Harbaugh, his players and former star linebacker Ray Lewis visited Baltimore schools to help quell tension in the city following days of rioting. Harbaugh says several Ravens players unloaded supplies for a food bank Thursday and spoke to students at Frederick Douglass High School and Matthew A. Henson Elementary School. The coach says, ''We've got a bunch of...
Via AP on Fox
April 30, 2015  |  Discuss

Harbaugh, Lewis, Ravens visit schools in riot-torn Baltimore

BALTIMORE (AP) Ravens coach John Harbaugh, his players and former star linebacker Ray Lewis visited Baltimore schools to help quell tension in the city following days of rioting. Harbaugh says several Ravens players unloaded supplies for a food bank Thursday and spoke to students at Frederick Douglass High School and Matthew A. Henson Elementary School. The coach says, ''We've got...
Via AP on Fox
April 30, 2015  |  Discuss

Ray Lewis urges Baltimore citizens to 'stop the violence' (Video)

ESPN NFL analyst (and retired Baltimore Ravens linebacker) Ray Lewis posted a video Tuesday urging the people of the city to stop the violence and "get off the streets" in the wake of riots that have taken place over the past few days. "We know the problems. We know there was wrong done. We know we’re not getting the right justice...But rioting in our streets is wrong! It...
Via Holdout Sports
April 28, 2015  |  Discuss

WATCH: Ray Lewis gives fiery speech about Baltimore riots

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....Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
April 28, 2015  |  Discuss

WATCH: Ray Lewis Tells Baltimore Rioters To Stay Home

It was only a matter of time before Ray Lewis, former Baltimore Ravens Linebacker, first-ballot Hall of Famer, and all-around intimidating individual spoke about the Freddie Gray Baltimore riots. This embed is invalid" /> This embed is invalid" /> This embed is invalid" />
Via COED
April 28, 2015  |  Discuss

NFL Draft History: Baltimore Ravens' Top 5 Best Picks Ever

The Ravens have historically been one of the best drafting teams in the NFL since joining the league in 1996. In their inaugural draft, the Ravens landed two future hall of famers in the first round. The drafted left tackle Jonathan Ogden out of UCLA with the fourth overall pick in the 1996 NFL Draft, and middle linebacker Ray Lewis with the 26th overall pick.Ogden entered the NFL...
Via Pro Football Spot
April 24, 2015  |  Discuss

Ray Lewis went from player-coach to ‘Coaching Bad’

From player-coach to Coaching Bad, former Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis spent a season ensuring that coaches across the globe weren’t abusing their power — not his typical type of season though. Coaching Bad, a new anger-management reality show for bad coaches just finished up their first season late last month. Lewis is known for his leadership qualities from the years...
Via cover32
April 13, 2015  |  Discuss

Watch the worst wedding dance video ever

We may be horribly, awfully, completely biased. I should stop right there—but I won’t. This video is of what appears to be a Baltimotr Ravens fan. They do exist. Who knew? And this Ravens fan used his wedding to not only have a wedding band play “7 Nation Army” but also insisted on scripting his moment to do the Ray Lewis dance. So, in my eyes this is pretty much the worst...
Via Waiting For Next Year
March 31, 2015  |  Discuss

Ex-Raven Ray Lewis sues attorney over development project

BALTIMORE (AP) Former Baltimore Ravens star Ray Lewis is suing his former attorney over a failed development project he says cost him $1.5 million. Lewis last week sued Baltimore attorney Marc Seldin Rosen, who Lewis says tricked him into investing in the failed MVP Lanes entertainment complex after he agreed only to lend his ''name and likeness'' to the venture. The suit accuses...
Via AP on Fox
March 19, 2015  |  Discuss

Ravens fans can spend a day with Ray Lewis through IfOnly

Without question, one of the greatest linebackers to ever play the game of football was former Baltimore Ravens great Ray Lewis, who virtually dominated for all 17 of his seasons in the NFL after a decorated college career at the University of Miami. Lewis racked up numerous accolades along the way, including 13 Pro Bowl nods, seven First Team All-Pro selections, and two NFL Defensive...
Via Ravens Football Machine
January 29, 2015  |  Discuss

Bill Simmons Takes Shot At Ray Lewis Over Patriots DeflateGate Comments

This embed is invalid" /> Ray Lewis ticked off Bill Simmons, apparently. Lewis suggested during Sunday’s NFL Pro Bowl pregame show that there should be an asterisk next to the New England Patriots’ name if they defeat the Seattle Seahawks in Super Bowl XLIX. Simmons, clearly not agreeing with Lewis’ take on DeflateGate, responded in a big way...
Via NESN.com
January 27, 2015  |  Discuss

Bill Simmons fires a shot at ESPN colleague Ray Lewis

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

Ray Lewis backtracks on saying Tom Brady only known for 'Tuck Rule'

One day after saying that Tom Brady is only known because of the "Tuck Rule", former Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis tried to clarify his comments. Apparently Lewis was merely frustrated with the "Tuck Rule" even though it was eliminated in 2013 and the Brady play happened in 2002. He explained his stance in a series of tweets on Thursday afternoon:
Via Fox Sports
January 15, 2015  |  Discuss

Ray Lewis Clarifies Controversial Comments About Tom Brady, Tuck Rule

This embed is invalid" /> Ray Lewis really didn’t choose his words wisely. Lewis sent New England Patriots fans — and most level-headed football fans, for that matter — into a frenzy earlier this week when he claimed quarterback Tom Brady is only known because of the famous “Tuck Rule” play against the Oakland Raiders in 2001. The former...
Via NESN.com
January 15, 2015  |  Discuss

Ray Lewis attempts to clarify comments about Tom Brady

Ray Lewis, perhaps becoming aware of the firestorm he created by the questionable and curious comments he made regarding Tom Brady, wisely attempted to backtrack on the arguably ill-advised 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...Read More The post Ray Lewis...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
January 15, 2015  |  Discuss

Ray Lewis tries to walk back insane criticism of Tom Brady

Former Baltimore Ravens middle linebacker Ray Lewis is one of the greatest football players of all-time. Lewis won two Super Bowls in Baltimore, all while earning 13 trips to the Pro Bowl and making the All-Pro team 10 times. When he’s eligible, Lewis will be a first-ballot Hall of Famer. Yet, on the Stephen A. Smith show of ESPN radio, Lewis said one of the more perplexing things...
Via Awful Announcing
January 15, 2015  |  Discuss

Brady on Lewis on Tuck Rule: Everyone has an opinion

Tom Brady decided to kill Ray Lewis with kindness. The former Baltimore Ravens linebacker, known for spewing nonsense during pregame pump-up speeches, perhaps made his most outlandish statement Tuesday while talking about Brady with ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith. “The only reason we know who Tom Brady is, because of a tuck rule,” Lewis said three days after the New England...
Via NESN.com
January 15, 2015  |  Discuss
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