It was an odd “Sunday NFL Countdown” segment from Ray Lewis.
The study believes there of fewer potential offenders on the streets during Bears games.
One NFL team cuts a player for merely keeping unsavory company, while another goes out of its way to make excuses for a guy who knocked his fiancée out cold in an elevator.
It’s hard to write off a team that’s been to the playoffs five straight years.
Ray Lewis was nothing if not eccentric.
The Ravens will have to get used to not having Ray Lewis in the locker room. Though his leadership will never be fully replaced, the Ravens hope rookie Arthur Brown can pick up some of the slack left by Lewis’ departure.
Ray Lewis will keep on talking now that his playing career is over.
The aging middle linebacker could hit the market next week when free agency starts, but the Bears might be looking to lock him up before that happens.
Ravens cornerback Jimmy Smith could have been called for either defensive holding or illegal contact on the 49ers’ fateful fourth down play that essentially ended Super Bowl XLVII.
Ray Lewis will never be able to separate himself from what happened on Jan. 31, 2000.
For 17 years, you’ve watched Ray Lewis play the middle linebacker position better than just about all of his predecessors.
I’m not really sure what any of that was, but I damn well know I liked it.
I’ll never understand how somebody can believe God finds a scoreboard pertinent or any outcome within any entertainment outlet.
(Photo Credit: Al Bello/Getty Images)Hey, have you heard the news? This is Ray Lewis’ last game. Yeah, in a week with not many storylines the Ray Lewis retirement is story #1. Maybe it’s just me […]
Vijay Singh has admitted he used deer-antler spray, saying he wasn’t aware that it may contain a substance banned by the PGA Tour.
The good folks at Deadspin, namely Drew Magary, compiled the “Hater’s Guide To Ray Lewis.”
If the Sports Illustrated story alleging Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis used a banned, performance-enhancing drug to recover from injury this season is to believed, then Ray Lewis is one horrible liar.
It’s Ray’s last ride but as he gets set to dance his Baltimore teammates into the Superdome, 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh and quarterback Colin Kaepernick would be well-advised to focus much of their attention on Baltimore’s Ed Reed.
Somewhat buried in a bizarre Sports Illustrated cover story about questionable performance enhancing products is the suggestion that Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis may have used a deer-antler spray this season that contains a banned substance.
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