WASHINGTON, DC - JUNE 05: U.S. President Barack Obama (L) speaks with Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis (C) and safety Ed Reed (R) after Obama welcomed members of the National Football League Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens during a South Lawn ceremony on June 5, 2013 in Washington, DC. The Ravens defeated the San Francisco 49ers 34-31 in Super Bowl XLVII.
There's no better way to go out. That I can hold this the rest of my life and know I went out as champ.
When you talk about recruiting in Tallahassee, the name that usually comes to mind is North Florida Christian's Ernie Sims III. The six-foot, 225-pound running back/linebacker is the consensus top player in the state and could easily be the top recruit in the nation. Comparisons have been made to Herschel Walker, Bo Jackson and Ray Lewis, and pretty much every NFL All-Pro tailback and linebacker.More quotes »
D.J. Fluker's big personality, talent could interest Giants in NFL draft
showed an energy and enthusiasm seldom seen by offensive linemen. Consider that the player he most aspires to be like is Ray Lewis ."Even though we play two different positions, we all do the same job and we get our job done," Fluker said Wednesday at an NFL Read more »
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PFT: Rice ready to be Ravens' new 'Ray' leader
Running back Ray Rice doesn’t need to be told that it’s time to step up. “A leadership role is something I definitely don’t mind taking upon now, because I was mentored by one of the greatest leaders probably ever to play the game in Ray Lewis,” Rice sai 6/17/13 from NBC Sports Read more »
Ravens' Rice ready to be leader by example
Updated: June 17, 2013, 11:39 AM ET ESPN.com news services Ray Rice said he'd like to step into a leadership role for the Baltimore Ravens now that longtime team leader Ray Lewis is no longer with the franchise. Ray Rice #27 RB Baltimore Ravens 2012 STAT 6/17/13 from ESPN Read more »
Ray Rice is ready to take leadership baton from Ray Lewis
FormerBaltimore Ravens inside linebacker Ray Lewis (right) celebrates with running back Ray Rice after a game in 2011.(Photo: Eric P. Mull, USA TODAY Sports) Ray Rice is a three-time Pro Bowl running back entering his sixth NFL season NEW ROCHELLE — Ray from USA Today Read more »
Dolphins' Ellerbe rings in new role
DAVIE — Dannell Ellerbe was supposed to replace Ray Lewis for the Baltimore Ravens. Now the new Miami Dolphins middle linebacker plans to follow Lewis lead by trying to pull some motivational magic from his pocket. A couple of guys around here asked to s from Florida Today Read more »
Ray Lewis Gets Kids Moving With Youth Football Camp
BALTIMORE (WJZ) — He was supercharged on the football field and rallied his fellow teammates to perform well. Now, Ray Lewis takes his enthusiasm back to the field, but this time, he is inspiring kids. For far too many children, a Saturday morning is spe from WJZ Read more »