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Topic - Ricky Williams
Heisman Trophy winning running backs Rashaan Salaam of Colorado and Ricky Williams of Texas are among the stars making their first appearance on the College Football Hall of Fame ballot this year.
On his first day as a college assistant coach, Ricky Williams was already thinking bigger.
Ricky Williams can't change the past and wouldn't want to even if he could.
Johnny Manziel is ready to get back to being Johnny Football.
The Baltimore Ravens lost several of their most trusted and efficient players during the offseason.
Pro Bowl running back Ray Rice happily shed his franchise tag Monday after reaching agreement with the Baltimore Ravens on a new five-year contract worth roughly $40 million.
Ricky Williams is retiring from the NFL. Again. This time, however, it appears to be for good.
Ricky Williams is retiring from the NFL.
A federal judge in Mississippi is giving attorneys for former New Orleans Saints running back Deuce McAllister and Nissan Motor Acceptance Corp. more time to negotiate a settlement in a lawsuit between them over the football star's failed Jackson auto dealership.
As Ray Lewis watched from the sideline, Baltimore's other Ray ran roughshod over the Browns.
A couple of long passes, Billy Cundiff's right leg and an efficient performance by the Baltimore defense was enough to give the Ravens another double-digit win at home.
This Thanksgiving one of college football's oldest and most storied rivalries will be put on indefinite hold when Texas and Texas A&M meet for the last time as Big 12 foes.
Thirty minutes into the first game of the season, Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis stood before his teammates and delivered an inspirational and insightful speech that set the tone for the entire season.
The NFL has fined three players for unnecessary roughness during the Baltimore Ravens' 35-7 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Three straight playoff appearances wasn't good enough for the Baltimore Ravens, who overhauled their roster during the offseason in an effort to become one of the elite teams in the AFC.
"Just that they can be much better than they think they can be," he said. "What I'd like for everybody that's associated with this football team is to go beyond whatever we thought we could do. That's when things for me start to get fun. It's easy when you know what you can achieve and you go out and do it. But for me that gets boring. When you can go beyond what you thought you could do, that's when it gets contagious and for me that's when it starts getting really fun."
I'll have something for them," he said.