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Baltimore Beatdown Sep 29, 2015

Former 49ers quarterback Steve Young doing his best Ray Lewis impression

Not entirely sure why he did it, but Steve Young put a lot of heart and energy into the squirrel dance, best known as Ray Lewis' entrance dance to games. @espn Steve Young doing the @raylewis #dance #MNF pic.twitter.com/N7i1ftjgks— Tino Bovenzi (@TINOGOHARD) September 29, 2015 Young picks up the grass, prances around for a bit before shuffling right, shuffling left and BOOM; kicking down the door! Ray Lewis greeted his colleague right off the stage to cheers from the crowd at Lambeau Stadium where the Green Bay Packers were going to take on the Kansas City Chiefs that night. @espn...
Arrowhead Pride Sep 29, 2015

Ray Lewis says Chiefs defense had lack of communication vs. Aaron Rodgers and Packers

Ray Lewis pinned the Kansas City Chiefs defensive problems against Aaron Rodgers on a lack of communication. Considering two of Aaron Rodgers five touchdowns came on what looked like the same play, I think he's right. "The only way to play great defense is you have to communicate," Lewis said on the ESPN postgame broadcast. Here's what he was talking about. The Packers ran a version of this play twice. They ran a quick out route with Randall Cobb with a rub from the other receiver. Lewis explained that in this situation the Chiefs defensive backs need to be communicating with each...
Field Gulls Sep 15, 2015

Ray Lewis on Kam Chancellor: "I would never leave my brothers in battle - never"

Former NFL All Pro and now ESPN analyst Ray Lewis joined the Stephen A. Smith Show on Monday and the Kam Chancellor holdout was a major topic. Lewis had some strong words on Chancellor's position, and I think it's interesting because Lewis and Chancellor communicate regularly. I believe Lewis is a guy that Chancellor has looked up to as a player, because Lewis was the Ravens' emotional leader and defensive tone-setter. Listen in to the interview (starts at 8:30): A few notes from Ray Lewis: "I can only speak from experience itself, but there's one thing that I thought would be way bigger...
Baltimore Beatdown Sep 10, 2015

Ray Lewis featured on the greatest players to wear each jersey number list

Mitchell & Ness took a look at each number in the NFL throughout it's history to compile the best player to wear each jersey number. With the season under way tonight with the Steelers facing off against the Patriots, it is a good look at the history of the game. As expected, the Ravens have a guy worthy of such an honor. Ray Lewis and his number 52 will forever be enshrined as the best player in that number and as one of the best linebackers in the history of the game. While no other Ravens make the list, there are a few that I'm sure were in the conversation when choosing the final...

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