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Latest Ray Lewis Items
The Baltimore Ravens and offensive tackle Bryant McKinnie agreed on a two-year deal, pending him passing a physical.
The Old Spice Guy has won his hunk-off with Fabio.
The third time may not be a charm for Marine Sgt. Ray Lewis. Last week, the deployed Marine asked Emmy Award-winning actress Betty White, 89, to the Commandant's Marine Corps Birthday Ball in November, but she politely declined.
The rest of the NFL isn't too impressed, it seems, with the talent on the Washington Redskins' roster. When the NFL Network recently ranked the top 100 players in the league — according to a vote of the players themselves — only one Redskin made the list: Donovan McNabb at No. 100 (just below Packers offensive tackle Chad Clifton ... and just above oblivion).
Ray Lewis is worried about the NFL lockout tearing at our social fabric. That's the thing about lockouts. They give you time — maybe too much time — to think Big Thoughts.
Baltimore Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome is preparing for an NFL draft unlike any he's ever experienced.
A report that club owners in Dallas have put out an urgent call for an additional 10,000 strippers struck a familiar chord with those who remember when players' antics the week leading up to the Super Bowl made for bigger headlines than the game itself.
People from all over the world come to Hawaii to unwind, celebrate and heal. Peyton Manning is no different.
As the new caretaker of the Baltimore Ravens' defense, Chuck Pagano doesn't intend to implement many changes.