Ray Lewis Weighs In On NFC Wildcard WeekendInside The NFL analyst Ray Lewis weighs in on the 2018 NFC Wildcard Weekend.
Ray Lewis: 'Patriots And Steelers Regular Season Game Means More Than Playoff Game'Ray Lewis, Inside The NFL analyst and former NFL linebacker, explains why the AFC will come down to the Patriots and Steelers.
Ray Lewis: If I'm Picking An MVP Right Now, It Has To Be Carson WentzThe Super Bowl-winning linebacker weighs in on the MVP conversation and other midseason topics as the NFL season reaches its midway point.
Ray Lewis: Offenses Need To Start Coming Up With New, Different FormationsThe legendary Baltimore Ravens linebacker breaks down why we've seen so many strong defensive efforts to start this season.
Ray Lewis 'Explains' Why He Knelt During National AnthemIn attempting to explain himself, Ray Lewis only made his actions more confusing.
Ray Lewis Is Back With More Ray-Isms On Colin KaepernickRay Lewis' first appearance as a regular on Inside The NFL featured some freshly confusing Ray-isms.
Toucher & Rich Listen To The Best Of Ray LewisRay Lewis is out at ESPN, which is kind of sad news for Toucher & Rich.
Report: Ray Lewis, Cris Carter Out At ESPN, With Randy Moss Added To CoverageSome of the most recognizable faces will no longer be seen on ESPN's coverage of the NFL.
Ray Lewis Delivered Speech To Bills Before Game Vs. Patriots, Rex Ryan ConfirmsRex Ryan and the Bills brought in Ray Lewis to deliver a pump-up speech before playing the Patriots. Lewis then went on ESPN as an analyst for the game the next day.
T&R: Ray Lewis Seemingly Advocates For More Helmet-To-Helmet Hits"And they're kicking babies out of games. But a referee makes a mistake and they never are punished."
Ray Lewis Trying To Single-Handedly Stop Violence In BaltimoreThe situation in Baltimore is, obviously, no laughing matter. But Ray Lewis thinking he has the power to stop the protests on the streets is a joke.
Toucher & Rich: Ray Lewis Makes Little Sense In New TV ShowToucher & Rich recapped the first episode on Monday morning, and Lewis' first big speech -- as expected -- made little sense.