WJZ's Top 10 Most-Read Baltimore Sports Stories Of 2019Here are the sports stories that caught the most attention on WJZ.com in 2019.
Ray Lewis: 'Teams Have To Limit Possessions' To Beat Lamar Jackson, Patrick MahomesThe Hall of Fame linebacker and Inside the NFL analyst weighs in on how defenses can try to stop the explosive QBs. His best advice? Don't let them get the ball.
Are Ravens Team To Beat In AFC? Ray Lewis Says 'I Really Do Think That'The Ravens legend and Inside The NFL analyst thinks that his former team is the team to beat in the AFC.
Ray Lewis Wants To Play With Ravens QB Lamar JacksonThe Hall of Fame linebacker said in an appearance on SHOWTIME's "Inside the NFL" he had told Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti he would get back in the game to play with the two-season quarterback.  
Ray Lewis: 'Lamar Jackson Should Be In Conversation For MVP'Pro Football Hall of Famer and Ravens legend Ray Lewis thinks highly of Lamar Jackson's play this season, placing him in the MVP conversation.
Ray Lewis Leaves 'Dancing With The Stars' Due To Foot InjuryFormer Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis withdrew from "Dancing With The Stars" Monday night due to a foot injury.
Ray Lewis: Pass Interference Review 'Going To Kill The Flow Of A Game'Inside The NFL analyst and football legend Ray Lewis looks at how pass interference review will affect the game this season.
Ray Lewis: 'Think Patrick Mahomes Is Poised To Take Chiefs To A Championship'Baltimore Ravens Hall of Famer and Inside The NFL analyst Ray Lewis is picking the Kansas City Chiefs, not his former team, as the AFC favorite.
Ray Lewis Revamps Ciao Bella Into Lew Gambino's In Little ItalyOne of Baltimore's Italian restaurants is getting a brand new look thanks to pro-football Hall of Famer Ray Lewis.
Ravens Hall Of Fame Linebacker Ray Lewis Hosts 'No Excuses Boot Camp Challenge'Ravens Hall of Fame linebacker Ray Lewis recently spent some time in Baltimore helping people reach their fitness and life goals.
Ray Lewis Opening Lew Gambino's Restaurant In Little ItalyThe former Ravens linebacker and Pro Football Hall of Famer is opening the restaurant along with the Gambino family. The restaurant is basically a rebranding of Ciao Bella Restaurant, a Gambino-family restaurant for 30 years.