Baltimore Ravens’ Hall of Famer Ray Lewis addresses the rioters. He’s not happy or supportive of their actions. Via Twitter and YouTube, he vents to those rioting individuals. If you don’t know of Ray Lewis, he’s one of Baltimore’s finest. Show More Summary
I've got a message for the rioters in Baltimore. #BaltimoreRiots Posted by Ray Lewis on Tuesday, April 28, 2015 Retired Ravens' linebacker Ray Lewis made plea to the city of Baltimore and its citizens Tuesday morning: "Get off the streets. Show More Summary
The former Ravens linebacker is sacking the violent rioters who have turned Baltimore into a battleground between cops and residents.
Ray Lewis, former star of the Baltimore Ravens, has a few words about the violence going on in the city. Yes, that Ray Lewis who was involved in a murder. Which is definitely a form of violence.
Ray Lewis may be retired, but the disturbing violence in Baltimore has him pleading for peace in the city in which he played for 17 seasons. The former Ravens linebacker tweeted emotionally (this is, after all, Ray Lewis) and posted an emotional video to Facebook on Tuesday. We must come together,we can stop the violence […]
Former Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis, one of the city's most prominent sports figures, pleaded for calm after days of unrest in Baltimore erupted into full-scale riots on Monday. Lewis took to Facebook in an emotional plea for...Show More Summary
The Orioles postpone a game rather than suspend it a second time, while the Ravens cancel a draft party to respect the curfew. The city of Baltimore has imposed a curfew in the hopes of curtailing unrest amid the protests denouncingShow More Summary
For the second straight day, the Baltimore Orioles postponed their scheduled game against the Chicago White Sox because of continued safety concerns following widespread rioting throughout the city. In a statement and on its Twitter account, the club said it had consulted with Baltimore City Police in making the decision, which was announced at 11:23 […]
The Ravens have announced that they are canceling their Thursday night draft party as a result of the riots that have engulfed Baltimore. Authorities have imposed a citywide curfew of 10 p.m. every night this week, and the Ravens have announced that they will call off their party to ensure that no one attending is…
Ray Lewis is begging the people of Baltimore to STOP THE RIOTING... explaining, "Violence is not the answer." The former Baltimore Ravens linebacker -- and one of the most famous people in the city -- just went to social media to beg the rioters to…
Professional race explainer Michael Eric Dyson said a lot of stupid things on MSNBC’s All In with Chris Hayes Monday. (Yes, it’s still on the air.) And really, that’s understandable, given that his job was to find excuses for the inexcusable...Show More Summary
Running back Ray Rice hasn't played a down in the NFL since being released by the Baltimore Ravens last season, but a recent report suggests that could soon change. Continue for updates. Teams Reportedly Expressing "Legitimate Interest"...Show More Summary
Baltimore Ravens Coach John Harbaugh has penned a story on the team's website with the headline, "Why Football Matters."
Draft grading isn't much more than putting words on paper until we've gotten a chance to see how players from a specific draft develop into NFL players. Sometimes, we don't see the full potential of a draft pick until he's been in the league for two three years. Show More Summary
Exclusive rights free agent defensive tackle Casey Walker signed his one-year contract offer from Baltimore on Wednesday, according to the NFL’s transactions. Walker received a $510,000 deal, Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun reports. Walker (6-1, 335) will compete for a backup job on Baltimore’s deep defensive line. The Ravens signed him from New England’s…
The Broncos begin the 2015 regular season at home against Baltimore, and they have opened as point spread favorites, just as they have been in 27-of-28 games in Denver since Peyton Manning arrived three years ago. However, the Broncos aren’t huge favorites by any stretch, and that’s telling. The Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook, which set…
Ravens linebacker C.J. Mosley should be fine by training camp, but the recovery from his offseason wrist surgery could cost him a chunk of the offseason workouts and OTAs. Via Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun, Mosley is still in a cast after having his left wrist worked on, and isn’t sure when he’ll be…
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Baltimore Ravens schedule analysis
There are few safer bets in the NFL than the Baltimore Ravens making the playoffs, but they will have to navigate a difficult schedule in 2015. The Ravens have been in the postseason in six of the last seven and seven of the last nine years and also won a Super Bowl during that span. Show More Summary