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Ray Lewis On Ray Rice: ‘There Are Some Things You Can Cover Up, And There Are Some Things You Can’t’
Ray Lewis murders ESPN’s credibility, and there’s video of the crime.
Ray Lewis was charged with murder in 2001, yet the Ravens stood behind him. Now that they’ve ditched Ray Rice, how does Lewis think the two cases are different? He spoke on the subject on ESPN’s Monday Night Countdown…
Ravens Unveil Ray Lewis Statue, Internet Reacts With Joy. Just Kidding, They’re Tweeting Chalk Outlines.
Ray Lewis basked in glory outside of M&T Bank Stadium today. But on the Internet, the reception was less pleasant.
Word is that this is not Lewis’ only home in Maryland: it may have been his mom’s main residence. Still … a red bathroom?
Welcome to “Pretty Much Screwed,” our definitive guide to the upcoming NFL season. This team-by-team preview details why your favorite franchise might have to start looking forward to next year — and highlights at least one reason for you to be hopeful. Today: we’ll talk about why the defending Super Bowl Champions don’t have a chance at repeating.
Funny Or Die is at it again, this time poking fun at the NFL’s history of off-the-field violence. They managed to make fun of Aaron Hernandez, Ray Lewis, and the NFL all at once while parodying ’80s-esque work training videos.
There were three steps to the Ray Lewis plan of attack to stay out of prison and on the football field. If Aaron Hernandez wants to avoid jail time and the end of his football career, he’s going to need to follow them very closely. Without further ado, here is The Ray Lewis Guide To Getting Away With Murder.
Also, ‘a nerd’ and ‘a wimp’. And he said if he saw Ray Lewis, he’d ‘smack him out of principle.’
Fresh off a legendary postseason performance, a Super Bowl victory in which he won MVP, and signing the richest contract in NFL history, Joe Flacco is feeling pretty confident. How confident? Enough that he is publicly laughing off Ray Lewis’ pregame speeches.