Shaquille O’Neal and Ray Lewis are the latest athletes to offer their suspect viewpoints on Colin Kaepernick’s national anthem protest.
Ray Lewis’ passionate two-minute video urging for peace in Baltimore is falling on deaf ears because he’s being dragged on Twitter. The 39-year-old former NFL player posted the video on his Facebook page today (Aug. 28), clearly emotional over the uprisings that have spawned violence across the city.
The talk amongst NFL analyst on Sundays is unfortunately, yet unsurprisingly still about Ray Rice. One guy who has a dog in the fight is ESPN’s Sunday NFL Countdown marquee man, Ray Lewis.
On Monday (Sept. 23), news of Baltimore Ravens player Jacoby Jones and an alleged altercation with a stripper on a party bus in D.C. spread quickly. The woman, only known as Sweet Pea, has addressed the incident and said she was not responsible for striking Jones in the head with a bottle.
Sports apparel brand Under Armour teamed up with legendary producer Pharrell Williams to launch the Natural Born Hitters instrumental mixtape and campaign.
Sports athletics company Under Armour is gearing up to release their new “I Will” global advertising campaign. The “Ready For August” spot is executive produced by former Baltimore Ravens linebacker, two-time Super Bowl champion and future NFL Hall of Famer Ray Lewis.
The Internet is lawless. That’s the only way to explain how the predicament Aaron Hernandez finds himself in–facing a murder rap–has led to a plethora of memes.
From the outside looking in, professional athletes seem to have it all and a little bit more. They have beaucoup cash, big mansions, exotic cars, the flyest women, the most expensive clothes and no worries. They definitely don’t seem like they should be getting themselves involved in crimes typically committed by those who have little […]
Two-time NFL Defensive Player of the Year and 12-time Pro Bowler for the Baltimore Ravens, Ray Lewis, will officially join ESPN as a NFL studio analyst.
Ray Lewis’ run has come to an end in the best way possible, as a Super Bowl champion. The only thing left to do is party.
The legendary Pete Rock was greeted with open arms on today’s episode of ESPN’s First Take. There the renowned producer had an opportunity to weigh in on Kobe Bryant’s role in the Lakers’ recent win streak and how allegations of Ray Lewis using performance enhancing drugs could further taint his legacy.
Not everybody is happy future NFL Hall Of Famer, Ray Lewis, is getting his final game in the Super Bowl. You can start right across the field of his opponents last night.