The NFL season has finally begun, and the great Ray Ray (the fake Ray Lewis) stopped by the preview the NFL season with the G-Bag Nation.
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.
Day 2 of the NFL’s free agency frenzy was highlighted by Bush’s move to the Lions and Welker switching from one all-time great quarterback, Tom Brady, to another, Peyton Manning.
I’m calling B.S. on CBS’ Phil Simms. And, for that matter, the 49ers. With two weeks to prepare for the Super Bowl, San Francisco lined up in an illegal formation on the game’s first play.
So, Ray Lewis, now that you’ve won a Super Bowl, what’s next? The Baltimore Ravens linebacker is heading into retirement — and he can’t wait.
Richie is not the only who despises Ray Lewis and his ridiculous antics. The dancing. The preening. The look-at-me. Former Giants’ receiver Amani Toomer echoed those sentiments this week along the Super Bowl’s radio row.
(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 […]
Smiling, even laughing, at questions about a report linking him to a company that purports to make performance-enhancers, Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis said Wednesday he “never, ever took” the stuff.
Mike Fisher presents his latest FishToon: Ray Lewis, Deer-Antler Extract And ‘The Last Ride’
Of all the topics Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis might have been prepared to talk about at Super Bowl media day, deer-antler spray probably was not among them.
A Manti Te’o roundup, Terrell Suggs and Wes Welker’s wife actually say what everyone else is thinking – plus, Kris Humphries gets qwned via Twitter in this week’s That Thing You Missed! by: @TaraLipinsky Kris […]
Seven of the 46 previous Super Bowls ended with MVP awards going to defensive players. That includes 2001, when Baltimore’s Lewis was honored; it hasn’t happened since 2003, with Tampa Bay Buccaneers free safety Dexter Jackson.