The Transformation of Ray Lewis

Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis, one of the best defensive players ever to suit up in the NFL, announced yesterday that he will retire at the end of the Ravens' season, telling his teammates: “This will be my last ride.” The Ravens host the

Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis's looming retirement as a lovable football hero in good standing—a “cuddly warrior,” as I once called him—should give pause to all those inclined to prophesy imminent doom for the game he plays. Not that there

Saturday's first game — Bengals at Texans — might not titillate the soul, but the other three are whoppers. Adrian Peterson and the Vikings come to Titletown Saturday night. Chuck Pagano and the Colts are in Baltimore in what might be Ray Lewis' swan

Saturday's first game — Bengals at Texans — might not titillate the soul, but the other three are whoppers. Adrian Peterson and the Vikings come to Titletown Saturday night. Chuck Pagano and the Colts are in Baltimore in what might be Ray Lewis' swan

After 17 tremendous NFL seasons, Ray Lewis has decided to call it quits. Many believe that Lewis is not only the greatest middle linebacker of all time, but also the greatest defensive player to ever grace a football field.