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Ray Lewis checks his text messages during ESPN 'Monday Night Countdown' (Video)

ESPN NFL analyst Ray Lewis was caught checking his text messages, and replying to them, live on ESPN prior to Monday night's game in Indianapolis between the Colts and the visiting New York Jets. Lewis was part of the Monday Night Countdown studio crew when a text grabbed his attention, and it was apparently so urgent that he had to reply to it while in the middle of a discussion...
Via Holdout Sports
15 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
June 22, 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

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 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: Only reason Tom Brady is known is the Tuck Rule

What would Tom Brady be without the “Tuck Rule?” Apparently nothing, according to Ray Lewis. The former Baltimore Ravens linebacker and current ESPN analyst made an appearance Tuesday on Stephen A. Smith’s show on Sirius XM’s Mad Dog Radio, where he made some head-scratching comments. While the conversation started off about Dez Bryant’s overturned catch against the...
January 14, 2015  |  Discuss

Real Tweets from Real People – Welcome to Twitter, Ray Lewis!

Ray lewis’ ESPN tenure has been rather underwhelming thus far.  The former Ravens LB and future Hall of Famer hasn’t been able to successfully translate the success of his playing days to television.  His charisma made him a coveted television personality and ESPN offered him prominent roles on their biggest studio shows.  Unfortunately for ESPN, there hasn’t been much substance...
Via Awful Announcing
November 18, 2014  |  Discuss

Video: Ray Lewis says ‘There is no comparison of me and Ray Rice’

Former Ravens LB Ray Lewis spent five seasons playing alongside RB Ray Rice in Baltimore. The two had a close relationship and Lewis mentored and provided direction for the running back throughout Rice's career in the NFL. And like Rice, Lewis was the subject of a high-profile investigation himself. Initially charged with murder in 2000, he eventually pleaded guilty to obstruction...
Via The Sports Daily
September 08, 2014  |  Discuss

VIDEO: Ray Lewis knocks the wheels off The Bus in Pittsburgh

Ah, the good old days. This was when Ray Lewis defined sideline-to-sideline, and there wasn’t really anybody that could contain him.  Too strong to block, too fast to run around.  It was just a thing to marvel at. Jerome Bettis is arguably the greatest power running back of all time, and there are not many occasions that see him overpowered.  With the both of them working in...
Via cover32 - Ravens
July 22, 2014  |  Discuss

Ray Lewis redirects inspiration to Baltimore families

It’s one thing to win on the field, but when one helps others win off of the field, that’s special. Baltimore’s own, Ray Lewis, was a winner on the field — no question. The two Super Bowl rings and other personal accolades prove that fact. But Lewis hasn’t lost a step since hanging up his cleats, even if the future Hall of Famer can’t go sideline-to-sideline like he...
Via cover32 - Ravens
June 27, 2014  |  Discuss

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