Retired Ravens legend Ray Lewis helps in the creation of a new football ad for Under Armour.
He reached the top of the mountain in the NFL, but an old foot injury will prevent Ray Lewis from reaching the top of Mount Kilimanjaro.
This is the link to track Ray Lewis.
The arrest of Aaron Hernandez took me back in time to that Monday after the Super Bowl in January of 2000.
He was supercharged on the football field and rallied his fellow teammates to perform well. Now, Ray Lewis takes his enthusiasm back to the field.
One day does not an image make but if first impressions are what we think they are, 2013 may see Suggs leading the charge.
Another milestone for the world champion Baltimore Ravens. After winning the Super Bowl and meeting the president, now the team has received their championship rings.
Ozzie Newsome wasn’t going to make the same mistake twice.
The day is finally here. President Barack Obama honors the Super Bowl Champion Baltimore Ravens at the White House south lawn.
If you ever find yourself in a debate with someone about who the better middle linebacker was between Brian Urlacher and Ray Lewis, pick Ray Lewis.
Twenty-nine year old Elvis Dumervil has officially joined a franchise with a very rich history. Having spent the last seven seasons with the Broncos, he departed over a contract and fax “snafu.”
Now that the careers of Jonathan Ogden, Ray Lewis and Ed Reed are finished in Baltimore (at least it seems unlikely Reed will ever play here again), what about retiring their numbers?