Posts Tagged "Ray Lewis"
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    "There’s times where he says some stuff and you’re like, ‘Man I don’t know what that meant, but I like how he said it.’"

    Joe Flacco on Ray Lewis’ speeches is hilarious.

    "His speeches come from the heart, but there’s definitely times where I’m sitting there kind of chuckling to myself. It’s all good. There’s nobody that’s more passionate about what he does than that guy."

    Read the Rest: Flacco is the Ravens’ new leader, not the new Ray

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    "If God is for you, who could be against you?" — Ray Lewis

    His moment. Naturally, when Alicia Keys sang the national anthem from a white piano at midfield, Lewis cried. You knew that was coming. It was as predictable as a tourist getting a hangover in the Big Easy.

    What was difficult to predict as the final stanza of the last ride approached was whether Lewis would actually seize the moment in a football sense. No question, his essential will and passion were intact. As usual, he was jacked up, too. He skipped with downright purpose after bolting onto the field for pre-game warm-ups. And the warm-ups ended with yet another fiery speech.

    Jarrett Bell, USA TODAY Sports

    Read the Rest: Ray Lewis’ Rides Off With Championship

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    So much emotion.

    "I laughed so hard," said Ray Lewis about the Saturday Night Live skit. “I was in tears last night laughing about it.

    "It’s good to be able to joke about certain things."

    That’s right. Ray Lewis cried after watching the Saturday Night Live skit about Ray Lewis crying!

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    From Shaq starring in Kazaam to the Spice Girls releasing their first #1 single, here are 15 things that happened during Ray Lewis’ rookie year.

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    Wes Welker’s wife went on a Facebook rant about Ray Lewis after the AFC title game.

    "Proud of my husband and the Pats," Burns Welker wrote. "By the way, if anyone is bored, please go to Ray Lewis’ Wikipedia page. 6 kids, 4 wives. Acquitted for murder. Paid a family off. Yay. What a hall of fame player! A true role model!"

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    Ray’s Last Day. ”What they’re calling Championship Sunday in Foxboro.”

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    Baltimore really loves Ray Lewis. This is on the Waterfront Marriott.

    (Video source: Bob’s Blitz / Via @B/R)

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    Two of the NFL’s best. One goodbye.

    DENVER – They met at midfield for the coin toss before the first overtime – Ray Lewis sleeveless and smoldering in the single-digit temperatures, Peyton Manning bundled in a big blue winter coat.

    They hugged and shared private comments on the field, minutes after the game ended.

    They met in the empty visitors locker room a little more than an hour later — Lewis in a grey three-piece suit, wearing gold-rimmed glasses; Manning in a darker jacket and slacks, standing a few inches taller than his rival.

    They talked about an epic of a football game that served as a goodbye — but Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis, and not Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning, will play next week.

    Read the rest: Robert Klemko @ USA TODAY Sports

    (Photo by Ron Chenoy, USA TODAY Sports)

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