Baltimore Ravens legend Ray Lewis is knocking on the door of the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio.
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Yesterday was an overall great day for Ray Lewis, who’s now a step closer to crossing into official legendary territory as a Pro Football Hall of Famer. Unfortunately, no (allegedly) broken endorsement deal goes unpunished.
Facing a tide of criticism from angry Ravens fans for his decision to kneel on the field in London last Sunday, Ray Lewis and his mom are pushing back against the call for his bronze statue to come down.
The Baltimore Ravens’ most legendary player is now caught in the middle of two of America’s biggest social controversies: removals of controversial statues, and the ongoing National Anthem protests sweeping the NFL.
Colin Kaepernick would be a Raven today if not for his girlfriend’s itchy Twitter fingers, according to Ravens legend and unofficial spokesman Ray Lewis.
The flesh and blood of Ravens legend Ray Lewis is coming to College Park.
RPCS Senior Liz Schlerf Wins Grand Prize Charles P. McCormick Scholarship Worth $40,000 at the 77th Annual McCormick Unsung Heroes Banquet
In a room of 111 athletes from the Baltimore area at the 77thAnnual McCormick Unsung Heroes Banquet, our very own RPCS senior Liz Schlerf was selected as the female grand prize winner and was awarded the Charles P. McCormick Scholarship worth $40,000 over four years.
Starting today, Donald Trump and Mike Pence will lead the United States of America together for at least the next four years. Retired Ravens great Ray Lewis wanted to make sure they had something to celebrate with, so he’s giving a pair of bottles of his new limited-edition bourbon to the Republican leaders.