Former Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis previously delivered his own conspiracy theory about the power outage, though he declined to point fingers. Suggs took it a step further.
The NFL’s marketing machine put up gigantic banners of Flacco alongside Peyton Manning on the Broncos’ stadium to promote the league’s first game of the 2013 season. Fans are furious, Manning is miffed and Flacco is flummoxed.
The Ravens will have to get used to not having Ray Lewis in the locker room. Though his leadership will never be fully replaced, the Ravens hope rookie Arthur Brown can pick up some of the slack left by Lewis’ departure.
Left tackle Jared Veldheer of the Oakland Raiders is undergoing surgery to repair his partially torn triceps tendon. Cardinals’ outfielder Oscar Taveras will reportedly have ankle surgery this week.
“All I needed him to say was that he apologizes and he won’t say my name again — I got that out of him,” Weatherford said. “I got that out of him, and I’m good. I’m not looking to stir the pot any more by suing him. That’s all I wanted.”
The NBA, for the most part, has managed to avoid the major performance-enhancing drug scandals that have plagued the NFL and Major League Baseball over the last decade. Commissioner David Stern is hoping to keep it that way.
Boomer has his story, and he’s sticking to it: “There was no embellishment … there was no agenda from where I got the story from, nobody was looking to embarrass anybody.”
Boomer Esiason caused quite a stir with his comments about Ray Lewis during CBS’ Super Bowl pregame show. He wouldn’t back down Monday on WFAN radio.
After 17 seasons in the NFL, Ray Lewis will retire as a two-time Super Bowl Champion.
Joe Flacco proved his doubters wrong by leading the Baltimore Ravens to Super Bowl glory.
Michael Phelps is picking his hometown Ravens to win the Super Bowl by a touchdown.
There’s plenty going on in New Orleans around Super Bowl XLVII.
Ray Lewis is hoping to finish his career on a high note by winning Super Bowl XLVII.
(Photo Credit: Al Bello/Getty Images)Hey, have you heard the news? This is Ray Lewis’ last game. Yeah, in a week with not many storylines the Ray Lewis retirement is story #1. Maybe it’s just me […]
I’ve been alive and lucid for about 37 of the 47 Super Bowls, and it’s hard to recall a game this big shrink in the shadow of peripheral stories.