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Ray Lewis wants the nation to believe a tweet is the reason Colin Kaepernick was not signed by the Baltimore Ravens. During an episode of Showtimes “Inside the NFL,” Lewis spoke about the Ravens’ initial interest in Kaepernick. Ravens’ starting quarterback, Joe Flaco, was experiencing back issues and Kaepernick appeared to be the perfect quarterback to…

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Former “The Apprentice” contestant Omarosa Manigault, who’s known simply as Omarosa, has officially joined President-elect Donald J. Trump’s transition team as a member of the transition’s executive committee. Omarosa, who appeared on the first season of Trump’s reality TV show on NBC also worked on the president-elect’s campaign as Trump’s director of African American outreach. Omarosa was…

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Over the last few years, Janet Jackson’s professional life has taken a backseat to her personal life. The music icon has publicly dealt with a huge family issues and recently revealed that she secretly married her longtime boyfriend, Wissam Al Mana, last year. Throughout that time, fans have been wondering when Jackson would return to the…

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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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  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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Ray Lewis ended his 17-year career as a Super Bowl champion. Lewis and the Baltimore Ravens defeated the San Francisco 49ers 34-31 on Feb. 3 at the Superdome  in New Orleans. Although Lewis will never play another down of football, his powerful words will continue to motivate and inspire. Click continue to read 12 inspirational…

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“Hey Diddle, Diddle RAY RICE up the Middle!” is a slogan that many Baltimore Ravens fans are familiar with. Running Back Ray Rice uses this slogan to help bring funding to his foundation www.rayrice27.com. He pushed his, “A Ray of Hope: Anti-Bullying Forum” this past year to help students against bullying. He will be traveling to…

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Baltimore Ravens free safety Ed Reed is the first person in the National Football Leagueto return an interception, punt, blocked punt and fumble for a touchdown. Reed holds the record in the longest interception return for touchdown (108 yards), most interception return yards and is tied for most career blocked punts returned for touchdowns. This…

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When it comes to the NFL, and most certainly the Super Bowl, celebrities often engage in as much spirited banter and trash talking as the average fan at a tailgate party. And for Super Bowl 2013 between the Baltimore Ravens and the San Francisco 49ers, many have gone out of their way to make their…

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Ray Lewis is having one of the most challenging weeks of his life. Days before playing in the Super Bowl, Lewis has faced questions regarding his use of a banned substance and some are bringing up his past murder charge. But if anyone can handle adversity, it’s Lewis. He’s a born leader who will be…

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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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The Baltimore Ravens and the San Francisco 49ers will face off in the Super Bowl on Feb. 3. However, Ray Lewis has received the most attention from the media and fans. He has faced allegations of using performance-enhancing drugs and others are bringing up the murder charge he faced while in Atlanta in 2000. Some…

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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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Five days before the Super Bowl, Ray Lewis is facing scrutiny involving a report that accuses him of taking a banned substance. According to a report by Sports Illustrated, Lewis contacted S.W.A.T.S., a company owned by a former male stripper, for deer antler pills. The pills are performance enhancing drugs that helps players recover from…

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