With all of the trash talk between rivals this week (OK, maybe it’s just the Jets), don’t think Terrell Suggs was going to be left out of the fun.
Posts Tagged ‘Ray Lewis’
Posted: Thursday, January 6th, 2011 | Brian Baldinger Tags: Four Downs, Baltimore Ravens, Dom Capers, Green Bay Packers, Haloti Ngata, LeSean McCoy, New England Patriots, Philadelphia Eagles, Ray Lewis, Vince Wilfork
After my early-week film work this week, I’ve got a few thoughts I wanted to share on Vince Wilfork, LeSean McCoy and some good defensive play out of the Packers and Ravens.
If you have backfield depth, it might be time to consider benching Peyton Hillis.
Posted: Sunday, November 21st, 2010 | Frank Tadych Tags: Andre Reed, Anquan Boldin, Bill Belichick, Bryan McCann, Deion Sanders, Derrick Mason, Ed Reed, Jim Kelly, Maurice Jones-Drew, Mike Brown, Peyton Manning, Ray Lewis, Reggie Wayne, Rod Woodson, Rodney Harrison, Ronde Barber, Santonio Holmes, T.J. Houshmandzadeh, Tom Brady, Vince Lombardi
A look at some of the notable nuggets from Week 11 with the help of the NFL Network research desk, including Ronde Barber and Ray Lewis reaching some historic milestones.
Which NFL players would you most enjoy watching in their own reality show?
In an exclusive sitdown with Deion Sanders, Ray Lewis discusses how he maintains his high level of plays, the Ravens’ standing in the AFC and what advice he would offer to the locker room if he were a member of the Dallas Cowboys.
Hines Ward of the Steelers joined Rich Eisen Thursday to talk about rivalry week against the Ravens.
Ray Lewis had been questionable for the Ravens’ matchup with the Bengals because a foot injury, but Baltimore will have its star linebacker on the field Sunday. Veteran TE Todd Heap is also active for the Ravens.
Ray Lewis respects Rex Ryan, but that doesn’t mean he has to talk to him.
Rex Ryan says he sees nothing wrong with having confidence in his team, and is looking forward to going out and proving it.
It was only a matter of time before someone on the Ravens responded to the latest round of bravado from the Jets. Enter Ray Lewis.
Posted: Thursday, August 5th, 2010 | Brian Baldinger Tags: 2010 Training Camps, Anquan Boldin, Baltimore Ravens, Ben Grubbs, Brian Baldinger, Chris Chester, Donte' Stallworth, Ed Dickson, Haloti Ngata, Jared Gaither, Joe Flacco, John Harbaugh, Marc Bulger, Michael Oher, Ozzie Newsome, Ray Lewis, Ray Rice, Terrell Suggs, Todd Heap, Warren Sapp
The Ravens look like an elite team. Offenisvely, this is the best Ravens team in recent memory.
Picking the top five players in the NFL is a near impossible challenge. But our Brian Baldinger was up to the challenge. And true to form, no quarterback was going to take the top spot. See who Baldinger picked as his top player, and check a surprise entrant as No. 5.
The middle linebacker is the quarterback of the defense. So who is the best in the business? Well Jon Beason was in studio on Thursday for this presentation, and this thing could be mighty awkward if he is not on the list.