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Baltimore Beatdown May 23, 2016

Sporting News: Ray Lewis sixth "most-hated" NFL player

One of the sport's greatest continues to get unjustified hate. Ray Lewis has been a very polarizing player throughout his career. Despite being one of the best defenders ever, a vocal leader on the field, and a generous man off it, Lewis has still attracted his fair share of haters for one reason or the other, as evidenced by his placing on Bill Bender's "40 most hated NFL players of all time" list. "Lewis' career was threatened when he was charged with murder in the death of two men who were attacked after a Super Bowl party in Atlanta in 2000. The charges were dropped in exchange for...
Baltimore Beatdown May 15, 2016

Happy Birthday Ray Lewis!

We have some fiery guys with leadership capabilities who share a birthday week with a connection to the Baltimore Ravens organization. Earlier this week, it was Steve Smith Sr., (Happy belated birthday!) and today is the birthday of the of the greatest player Ravens history. Happy Birthday, Ray Lewis! The greatest middle linebacker/inside linebacker in NFL history. Ray Lewis is the guy who set the standard for the Baltimore Ravens defense for 17 years. Ray Lewis is the only player in NFL history with the following combination of statistics during the regular season: 2000 + tackles 40+...
Baltimore Beatdown May 11, 2016

ESPN used Ray Lewis in the wrong capacity

Ray Lewis is one of the smartest players in the history of the NFL. After his career in the NFL was over after winning the Super Bowl in February of 2013, Ray Lewis joined ESPN later that year in the fall and would spend two and half years with the Monday Night Football crew with some spot duty and Sunday NFL Countdown and other rare appearances on Mike and Mike and Sportscenter at the network. Ray Lewis was recently let go by ESPN and I have to say that in the two and a half years Lewis was on ESPN, I don't feel like the members within company utilized Ray Lewis in the capacity that they...
Baltimore Beatdown May 9, 2016

Report: Ray Lewis finished as ESPN analyst

The Big Lead says he will be replaced by Randy Moss According to The Big Lead, legendary former Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis is out at ESPN.  Since retiring from the league, Lewis has worked as part of ESPN's broadcast team for their Sunday NFL Countdown, Monday Night Football and NFL Draft programming. ESPN's NFL coverage will look rather different next season.  In addition to Lewis, Cris Carter and former Ravens championship quarterback Trent Dilfer are also through at the network.  Mike Ditka will reportedly be taking a step back, but remaining at ESPN in some capacity.  In...
CSN Baltimore May 9, 2016

Report: Former Ravens great Lewis let go by ESPN

If former Ravens great Ray Lewis remains in sports television, he will have a different employer than ESPN.The Big Lead reports that Lewis
CSN Baltimore May 9, 2016

Have the Caps finally figured out Matt Murray?

Matt Murray looked a little shaky for the first time all series in Game 6. Have the Caps finally figured out the Penguins netminder?

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  • 4 Ryan Tannehill

    Ryan Tannehill

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  • 4 Emmanuel Ogbah

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