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Baltimore Ravens star running back Ray Rice was arrested in Atlantic City, N.J. for punching his baby mama so hard that she was knocked unconscious, according to reports. Initially, it was reported that Rice was involved in a domestic dispute and arrested early Saturday morning at Revel, an entertainment resort in Atlantic City, N.J., in…

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Looks like Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis won’t be riding out his retirement in South Florida. Lewis , who is headed to Bristol where he’ll have a role as an analyst for ESPN,  listed his West Palm Beach mansion for a cool $5 million. The 6,788-square-foot oceanfront property offers a sleek Mediterranean design. The elegant home has 7 bedrooms and…

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Sunday, February 17 featured the 15th Annual Players Paradise Day Party hosted by COMMON and Laz Alonso. Held at Hess Private Club – Galleria during NBA All-Star Weekend, the party featured music by Raj Smoov (New Orleans), DJ J Que (Houston), and DJ E-Clazz (Atlanta). Common jumped on the stage and preformed, igniting the crowd with his classic…

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  The Baltimore Ravens returned home to central Maryland to bask in the unadulterated adulation of their rabid fanbase after scraping by the talented San Francisco 493rs in Super Bowl 2013 in New Orleans. Powered by legendary linebacker and two-time Super Bowl champion Ray Lewis, surging quarterback and game MVP Joe Flacco, receiver Anquan Bolden…

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A future hall-of-famer at best, Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis, 37, will retire after this season. A contender for a Super Bowl XLVII ring and the Lombardi trophy,  Lewis is known for terrorizing opponents on the field. But when it comes to his family, he’s a great father. A father of six, Lewis is viewed…

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Ten-year NFL veteran Brendon Ayanbadejo is promoting gay rights during Super Bowl XLVII. He contacted a marriage equality advocate and Russell Simmons’s political director asking them both about how he could help. Ayanbadejo played college football at UCLA and was signed to the Atlanta Falcons in 1999 as an undrafted freeagent. This three-time Pro Bowler…

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    Ray Lewis is one of the most captivating football players in the history of the NFL, and aside from his achievements in the sport with the Baltimore Ravens, Lewis’ into dance is unforgettable.  Many have tried, but only a very few can compare to Ray Lewis.  Take a look at the video as we anticipate…

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With just a week left before Super Bowl XLVII, the Baltimore Ravens and their fantastic fans are gearing up for another possible victory. Fans around the nation are blasting Instagram displaying their love for the team as well as the sport. Click continue for a few memorable photos from Ravens fans. –ruthie hawkins

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It appears that purple has always been Baltimore Raven linebacker Ray Lewis’ color. In October 2012, the football star was inducted into Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. as an honorary member alongside singer Will Downing, retired NBA star Dominique Wilkins, and Pro Football Hall of Fame inductee Larry Little. Here, we’ve listed a list of other…

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The Baltimore Ravens cost a lot of people good money and ruined sports pundits’ reputations during the 2012-13 season. Linebacker legend Ray Lewis and Co. defied the odds and all the prognosticators when they gutted out come-from-behind wins to arrive at the second Super Bowl in their history, earning the right to play the San…

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