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Ray Lewis

Ray Lewis - #52 - LB

Status Inactive
Height/Weight 6' 1"/ 240 lbs.
Birthday 05/15/1975
Birthplace Bartow, FL
College Miami (FL)
Years played 18
Drafted 1996, 1st round, 26th pick by Ravens

Ravens' defense sputtering, hurting

Posted Oct. 15, 2012 @ 5:20 p.m. ET
The Ravens’ defense, stunningly porous this season, faces problems on multiple fronts, including the loss of No. 1 CB Lardarius Webb.

Ravens' Lewis, Webb done for the year

Posted Oct. 15, 2012 @ 4:16 p.m. ET
Ravens head coach John Harbaugh confirmed that LB Ray Lewis and CB Lardarius Webb are out for the rest of the season.

AFC North Spin cycle: Costly win for Ravens

Posted Oct. 15, 2012 @ 4:04 p.m. ET
The Ravens inched further ahead in the AFC North race, but at a huge price with the losses of Lardarius Webb and Ray Lewis.

Friday's 60-second rant: Ravens' defense still fearsome

Posted Sept. 28, 2012 @ 4:39 p.m. ET
David DeChant says that the Ravens' defense is still a unit that will be among the league's best when all is said and done.

NFL fund awards $600,000 for free football camps

Posted July 02, 2012 @ 12:59 p.m. ET
The NFL Youth Football Fund has awarded a total of $600,000 to 214 players and coaches to support their free youth football camps.

Ravens' Lewis has right idea emphasizing quickness

Posted June 22, 2012 @ 2:07 p.m. ET
Ravens MLB Ray Lewis looks slimmer than usual, and it's clear he's trying to become quicker. This could be a good thing, the way we hear it.

L.T. did it all except win it all

Posted June 15, 2012 @ 3:50 p.m. ET
LaDainian Tomlinson is a first-ballot Hall of Famer to-be and one of the finest players of his generation, but his story had its share of disappontment, too.

The First Fifteen: Conference championship edition

Posted Jan. 17, 2012 @ 3:43 p.m. ET
PFW's Eric Edholm looks ahead to the AFC and NFC championship games and considers the fallout for the losers in the divisional playoff round.

Play of Lewis, Reed key for Ravens in postseason

Posted Dec. 30, 2011 @ 12:27 p.m. ET
    It wasn't a shock that Ravens MLB Ray Lewis and FS Ed Reed were voted as Pro Bowl starters, given their reputation and skill. Can the two future Hall of Famers be playmakers in January?    

49ers gearing up for heavyweight battle in Baltimore

Posted Nov. 21, 2011 @ 6:56 p.m. ET
Facing a short work week, Jim Harbaugh has every intention of working longer and harder than he already does with the Niners-Ravens "Harbaugh Bowl" on Turkey Day only three days away.  

Lewis' injury one of few health concerns for Ravens' 'D' thus far

Posted Nov. 19, 2011 @ 7:36 p.m. ET
MLB Ray Lewis, one of the Ravens' blue-chip defenders, is dealing with a toe injury, but overall, the Baltimore defense has been fairly healthy this season.

Lewis, Clark fined from Sunday's Ravens-Steelers game

Posted Nov. 09, 2011 @ 2:19 p.m. ET
Steelers S Ryan Clark was fined $40,000 and Ravens LB Ray Lewis was fined $20,000 for illegal hits in Sunday night's game.  

Foster leads AFC Players of the Week

Posted Oct. 05, 2011 @ 12:38 p.m. ET
Texans RB Arian Foster, Ravens LB Jarret Johnson and Chiefs PK Ryan Succop were named AFC Players of the Week.

McFadden highlights AFC Players of Week

Posted Sept. 28, 2011 @ 1:30 p.m. ET
Darren McFadden, Ray Lewis and Rian Lindell were named AFC Players of the Week for Week Three.

The lockout's great laughs

Posted July 14, 2011 @ 2:40 p.m. ET
Locked out of fooball, several NFL stars, like Eli and Peyton Manning, have focused on acting and turned in some hilarious performances in online videos.

STATS, LLC PLAYER NEWS

Posted March 13, 2013
Lewis will keep on talking now that his playing career is over.||||||| ESPN officially announced Wednesday that the two-time NFL Defensive Player of the Year will be joining the network as a studio analyst. The 37-year-old Lewis revealed in January that he would retire after 17 seasons with the Baltimore Ravens, and the fearsome linebacker went out with a Super Bowl title.
Posted Feb. 07, 2013
Lewis doesn't want to make the transition from player to coach - not yet anyway. Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh said Thursday that Lewis, who retired after the Super Bowl, "has not expressed an interest to coach."||||||| Harbaugh expects Lewis to do "many amazing and powerful things" in retirement following a 17-year run as Baltimore's middle linebacker. Lewis earned his second Super Bowl ring Sunday, helping the Ravens beat San Francisco 34-31. Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti says the team is considering installing a statue of Lewis around M&T Bank Stadium in the near future.
Posted Jan. 30, 2013
Smiling, even laughing, at questions about a report linking him to a company that purports to make performance-enhancers, Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis said Wednesday he "never, ever took" the stuff. Lewis described himself as "agitated," not angry, that the story has become part of the Super Bowl-week prelude to Baltimore's game against the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday.||||||| He added that he's certain his teammates won't be distracted by the report in Sports Illustrated. The magazine said Lewis sought help from a company that says its deer-antler spray and pills contain a banned product connected to human growth hormone. The 37-year-old Lewis is the leading tackler in the NFL postseason.
Posted Jan. 06, 2013
Lewis returned to his middle linebacker position Sunday after a 10-week absence. Minutes before the opening kickoff, Lewis thrilled the sellout crowd during introductions by coming out of the tunnel and gyrating to the tune "Hot in Herre."||||||| The 37-year-old Lewis will end his 17-year NFL career after the Ravens complete a postseason that began with Sunday's first-round game against the Indianapolis Colts.
Posted Jan. 02, 2013
Lewis will end his brilliant 17-year NFL career after the Baltimore Ravens complete their 2013 playoff run, saying: "I talked to my team (Wednesday). I talked to them about life in general. And everything that starts has an end. For me, today, I told my team that this will be my last ride."||||||| Lewis will walk away from the game because he wants to spend more time with his two sons. While working to return from his injury, Lewis watched them play on the same high school football team, and he intends to watch Ray Lewis III perform as a freshman next year for his alma mater, the University of Miami.

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