It didn't take long for the Ravens to decide that linebacker Ray Lewis deserved to be in the Ring of Honor. He was inducted Sunday.
Picking from the No. 7 spot on Draft Day has its positives and negatives. Our Jamey Eisenberg plays out both standard and point-per-reception drafts from the seventh position.
If you've ever wanted a look inside former Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis' house, now's your chance to do it.
Retired middle linebacker Ray Lewis will be inducted into the Ravens Ring of Honor during Baltimore's Week 3 game against the Houston Texans.
Ray Lewis didn't get to climb Mount Kilimanjaro this week, but he did get to meet and present a Ravens hat to Tanzanian president Dr. Jakaya Kikwete.
Are NFL players prone to committing more violent crimes than the rest of the population? Despite what some pundits may want you to think, it's not so easy a question to answer, Mike Freeman reports.
They lost six starters from the defense that lined up in Super Bowl XLVII -- including Ray Lewis and Ed Reed -- so the Baltimore Ravens are supposed to be handicapped this season. Try again. Their defense will be improved, and here's why.
With Ray Lewis retiring, Dannell Ellerbe signing with the Dolphins and Rolando McClain lasting just a month in Baltimore before calling it a career in May, the addition of veteran linebacker Daryl Smith makes a lot of sense for the Ravens.
Ray Lewis and Brian Urlacher? Retired. Ed Reed? A Texan. Michael Crabtree? Hurt. Who steps up? Pete Prisco gives his outlook for the players replacing big names.
Former Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis plans to climb Mount Kilimanjaro in June to help raise money and awareness for clean water projects in East Africa.

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