Ray Lewis will be at 'full speed' for Baltimore Ravens - NFL.com
Ray Lewis hasn't played a game since mid-October, but Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh said Friday the soon-to-be-retired linebacker wont hold back against the Indianapolis Colts.
John Harbaugh Reflects On 'Most Special Day'
Safety Ed Reed said he knew Ray Lewis was going to retire last offseason.
Ray Lewis' $100-125 Million Impact on the Growth of Baltimore Ravens Franchise Value - Forbes
Emotions will run high at M&T Bank Stadium on Sunday as Ray Lewis will in all likelihood be playing his last home game with a team whose tenure in Baltimore mirrors his own.
Linebacker Ray Lewis will likely play his last game at M&T Bank Stadium Sunday, but it might be the last home game for Pro Bowl safety Ed Reed as well.
Last month it appeared that Terrell Suggs had gone underground.
October 6, 1996. I was a 16-year-old high school junior, sitting in the end zone bleachers at since demolished Memorial Stadium in Baltimore, and watching the Baltimore Ravens, in their first season in Charm City, host the New England Patriots.
NFL playoffs: Are you ready to see some speed? | National Football Post
Speed of the game increases with rings, money on the line.
The Indianapolis Colts are underdogs against the Baltimore Ravens, but they boast several impressive betting trends that could swing this game in Andrew Luck's direction.
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How I failed to kick the NFL habit - SBNation.com
Acclaimed author R.D. Rosen on why he's been unable to kick his NFL addiction, with theories as to why so many of us struggle with the same habit.
2013 NFL Mock Drafts - CBSSports.com NFLDraftScout.com
Rob Rang's expert 2013 NFL Mock Draft -- provided by CBSSports.com and NFLDraftScout.com.