• Ray Lewis Claims He Was Dressed Too Well To Commit That Murder Back In 2000

    Uproxx "Ray Lewis has a book coming out called I Feel Like Going On, and though it promises to be filled with all the intensely inspirational pontificating Lewis is known for, one of the first passages to be released addresses the subject people could be most curious about in Lewis’ life: His thoughts on..." October 21

  • Ravens hope to unveil Ray Lewis statue before 2014 season starts

    CBS Sports "The Johnny Unitas statue that stands outside of M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore is about to have some permanent company. Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti said this week that he hopes to have a Ray Lewis statue up before the 2014 NFL season kicks off. According to Bisciotti, artist Frederick Kail is..." March 28

  • $60 million lawsuit points to $100 million scam of 16 current and former NFL players

    National Football Post "A lawsuit filed Thursday in Florida by a group of 16 current and former NFL players may be the latest evidence of perhaps the biggest scam of player money in league history. Two sources said the losses could approach $100 million or more. The lawsuit, which includes Ray Lewis, Jevon..." November 01

  • Joe Flacco on Ray Lewis' leadership comments: 'Ray knows better'

    CBS Sports "Now that Ray Lewis has transitioned from NFL linebacker to NFL analyst he's free to cut loose with the opinion making. He did just that on Tuesday pointing out that a lack of "leadership" on the Ravens caused Jacoby Jones to get hit in the head by a stripper with a champagne bottle. This logic..." September 25

  • Ray Lewis: Super Bowl blackout was no accident

    USA Today "If you ever bump into Ray Lewis it might be worth asking him about Area 51 or the Kennedy assassination because apparently the former Baltimore Ravens star linebacker is a bit of a conspiracy theorist. That's one of the nuggets gleaned from NFL Films' latest submission to the America's Game..." September 01

  • Joe Flacco on Ray Lewis: A lot of his speeches 'didn't even make sense'

    CBS Sports "Ray Lewis has been known to give a motivational speech or two. And on game days that would include the squirrel dance. But after 17 seasons Lewis has called it a career. Which means that the Ravens will have to turn to others for pregame pep talks. Maybe quarterback Joe Flacco the Super Bowl MVP..." August 23

  • Ray Lewis plans to tackle Mount Kilimanjaro next month

    CBS Sports "Former Baltimore linebacker Ray Lewis finished his career on top of the football world in February, when his Ravens beat the 49ers in Super Bowl XLVII. Now, Lewis is headed to the top of the actual world. The retired linebacker plans to climb Mount Kilimanjaro -- the tallest freestanding mountain..." May 26

  • Ray Lewis plans to tackle Mt. Kilimanjaro next month

    CBS Sports "Former Baltimore linebacker Ray Lewis finished his career on top of the football world in February when his Ravens beat the 49ers in Super Bowl XLVII. Now Lewis is headed to the top of the actual world. The retired linebacker plans to climb Mt. Kilimanjaro -- the tallest freestanding mountain in..." May 24

  • ESPN makes it official, announcing Ray Lewis hire

    Baltimore Sun "ESPN made it official this morning, announcing the previously reported hire of retired Ravens inside linebacker Ray Lewis as an NFL analyst. The two-time NFL Defensive Player of the Year and 12-time Pro Bowl selection will be part of ESPN's NFL programming, including Monday Night Countdown and..." March 13

  • Joe Flacco says he sometimes laughed at Ray Lewis' speeches

    USA Today "If you found a degree of humor in Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis' impassioned speeches and pregame dancing during his final NFL season, you weren't alone. The quarterback chuckled, too. "Oh, it's funny," Ravens quarterback and Super Bowl MVP Joe Flacco told USA TODAY Sports at a charity..." March 11

  • Ravens would not have won Super Bowl without Ray Lewis' retirement, Terrell Suggs says

    Baltimore Sun "Many factors played into the Ravens’ run to Super Bowl XLVII, including quarterback Joe Flacco’s inspired play, wide receiver-return specialist Jacoby Jones’ contributions and the revamped offensive line’s performances. Outside linebacker Terrell Suggs thinks another reason was inside..." February 10

  • Ray won't be coaching with Ravens

    CSN Baltimore "The question came up during Thursday's end-of-season press conference. It's probably something that many Baltimore football fans have been wondering about ever since Ray Lewis announced this would be his last season. Is there any chance the future Hall of Famer might join the Ravens as a..." February 08

  • Ray Lewis the coach? No, says John Harbaugh

    Sporting News "Ray Lewis doesn't want to make the transition from player to coach—not yet anyway. Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh said Thursday that Lewis, who retired after the Super Bowl, "has not expressed an interest to coach." Harbaugh expects Lewis to do "many amazing and powerful things"..." February 07

  • Ray Lewis' Legacy, As A Man, Still Faces Tough Questions

    Stampede Blue "With a new Super Bowl champion crowned and the 2013 off-season already in full swing, one of the game's most notable warriors — a warrior that has a lot of history in games against the Indianapolis Colts — is riding off into the sunset. But not without a trail of mystery, tragedy and sorrow at..." February 07

  • Trevor Pryce rips Ray Lewis' final game

    CSN Baltimore "Probably not even the most ardent Ravens fan would argue that Ray Lewis had a great performance in the Super Bowl. But then there is what former Raven Trevor Pryce had to say about Lewis’ last NFL game. Was Pryce deliberately trying to be provocative because he was appearing on Jim Rome’s radio..." February 06

  • Ray Lewis' Last Stand With The Baltimore Ravens

    Baltimore Beat Down "Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis may not have had one of his better games in Super Bowl XLVII. His seven combination tackles were his lowest total of the four post season games he played. At the same time, his four game playoff total of 51 tackles was 19 more than any other player,..." February 05

  • Ravens' Ray Lewis leaves as a champion

    Detroit News "For his final ride, Ray Lewis took the path of John Elway, Jerome Bettis and Michael Strahan. He walked off into the sunset as a champion. "What better way to go out," he said, after the Ravens preserved a 34-31 win in Super Bowl XLVII with a goal-line stand in the final two minutes. "The..." February 04

  • Ray Lewis goes out on top with 2nd crown

    Boston Herald "Ray Lewis' career ended while protecting his goal line. After 17 years of keeping offenses from penetrating his end zone, the linebacker would have it no other way. The Ravens topped the 49ers, 34-31, last night in Super Bowl XLVII, and Lewis walked into a confetti-filled sunset with his second..." February 04

  • Ray Lewis is lightning rod on and off field

    Cincinnati Enquirer "Ray Lewis is many things to many people. To Marvin Lewis, he is the greatest player he has ever coached. To the people of Baltimore, he is a modern day icon much in the way that Johnny Unitas was to Colts fans in the 1950s. To Chad Johnson, he is a spiritual and veteran mentor. To Greg..." February 03

  • Ravens, Ray Lewis conduct final full-scale practice before Super Bowl

    Baltimore Sun "The Ravens conducted a final full-scale practice before Sunday night's Super Bowl at the New Orleans Saints' outdoor practice facility Friday. The Ravens will have a walkthrough Saturday at the Saints' headquarters. This marked retiring inside linebacker Ray Lewis' final full practice after..." February 02

  • S.W.A.T.S. owner publicly apologizes to Ravens' Ray Lewis

    CBS Sports "Just when you thought you read everything you could about deer antler velvet spray, there's more. S.W.A.T.S. (Sports with Alternatives to Steroids) owner Mitch Ross apologized to Ray Lewis on Friday and said that he never actually saw the Ravens linebacker ingest deer antler velvet spray,..." February 02

  • SWATS owner publicly apologizes to Ray Lewis

    Baltimore Sun "Mitch Ross, owner of S.W.A.T.S. (Sports With Alternatives to Steroids), refused to provide text messages or shipping labels that would confirm the allegations that he provided a deer antler velvet spray to retiring Ravens inside linebacker Ray Lewis that contains an NFL banned substance. During..." February 01