Ray Lewis III, the son of former Baltimore Raven turned ESPN personality Ray Lewis, has been charged with third-degree criminal sexual conduct, according to Conway, S.C., police. A warrant for his arrest was obtained Monday, and Lewis turned himself in today. Jail records show that Lewis was booked into jail this…
Ray Lewis has dabbled in rap music before, but now he’s set his sights beyond the motivational football rap genre. Lewis has moved on to the Real Shit, one might say, and he’s got bars to spit about women and, uh, men, and like, uh, honoring women? I dunno, man, just listen:
A few observations about I Feel Like Going On: Life, Game, And Glory, the new Ray Lewis book wherein he addresses the night he and his friends were involved in an incident that would end in a double murder, if only briefly.
Ray Lewis, a man who can get emotional over an NIT basketball game, has weighed in on the riots in Baltimore. We have nothing else to say.
Saturday Night Live opened its 40th season tonight with the NFL, as Kenan Thompson and Jay Pharoah took on the personas of Ray Lewis and Shannon Sharpe, respectively, attempting to respond to recent scandals involving Ray Rice and Adrian Peterson.
ESPN let Ray Lewis talk about Ray Rice on NFL Countdown again, for some reason. I'd say this bit of Lewis's long monologue on the subject was ill-advised and obnoxious, but then again, Lewis is an expert on what can and can't be covered up.
ESPN rolled out Ray Lewis to talk Ray Rice tonight, because Lewis had mentored Rice during his time in Baltimore, and presumably also because Lewis was involved in one of the NFL's highest-profile criminal investigations in the past decade. But when Suzy Kolber brought that up, Lewis shut it right down. No, he says,…
You can't do that, Ravens! That's not a Ray Lewis quote!
Good news, everyone. Former Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis, now an ESPN analyst, has some opinions about the recent party bus incident during which Ravens wide receiver Jacoby Jones got whacked with a champagne bottle by a stripper named Sweet Pea. What's Lewis got to say about the whole situation? Pretty much what you'd…
New ESPN analyst Ray Lewis shared his thoughts on crime in the NFL and Aaron Hernandez. Is he qualified to talk about that stuff, though?
Ray Lewis thinks it was a conspiracy that turned the lights off at the Superdome during the Super Bowl last year. Lewis revealed his theory during filming for America's Game, an NFL Films series that discusses the previous Super Bowl with a few members of the winning team. This year, they spoke with Lewis, John…
Nice little profile in ESPN The Mag of Joe Flacco, the defending Super Bowl MVP who can't get any respect. We'll have more on Flacco, but let's pull out one quote that's getting all the attention.
So this is weird. Pharrell Williams, who is perhaps the hottest producer in music right now, has teamed up with former NFL linebacker and full-time crazy person Ray Lewis to release a mixtape. It's not really a mixtape, though, it's just four minutes of Lewis's old locker room speeches backed by Pharrell beats.
This comes to us from reader Andrew, whose friend received this autographed photo from former Jacksonville Jaguars tight end Pete Mitchell. I doubt Mitchell signed too many autographs throughout his eight-year career, but it looks like when he did get the opportunity to do so, he made it count.
Vijay Singh admitted to using deer antler spray, a "supplement" containing the banned substance IGF-1. But deer antler spray is so ineffective at delivering IGF-1 that the PGA tour has decided not to punish him. This is almost more embarrassing for Singh: he may not be suspended, but he did get scammed.
Ravens owner Art Modell, who died last September at age 87, made lots of enemies when he moved the Browns to Baltimore. But Modell's FBI file, which was released by the bureau today, contains no death threats from Cleveland fans. Indeed, nothing in his career inspired menacing, racist, anti-semitic rage like Modell's…
Bill Walton's on-air behavior has been consistently weird this college basketball season, and that didn't change tonight as broadcasting's biggest Grateful Dead fan launched into numerous questionable tangents during ESPNU's Pac-12 tournament coverage of Washington-Oregon from Las Vegas.
The map above shows the concentration of geolocated tweets sent during the Super Bowl that contained both the words "Lewis" and "murder." We were looking for references to Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis, who in 2000 was charged with murder in the stabbing deaths of two men after an Atlanta Super Bowl party (he…