#52 Ray Lewis
 Pos: Linebacker
Injury: OK
 Experience: 17
College: Miami (FL)
Height: 73
Weight: 240
Born: 5/15/1975
 Year  Tm  Gm  Tackles  Assists  Sacks  Pass Def  Fum Rec  Ints  TDs 


The Ravens had a dip in production last season, ranking 17th defensively and allowed 21.5 points per game. The points per game numbers weren't too bad, which helped led to a good season for the team. The Ravens were about the same against the pass (17th) and rush (20th), so improvement can be made in all areas this season. The big loss for the defense is linebacker Ray Lewis, who was the leader of the unit. His play did slip a little last season, though, so getting younger might not be a bad thing for the defense. The Ravens added linebackers Elvis Dumervil and rookie Arthur Brown in hopes of shoring up the defense. Both additions should be positives for the Ravens. The secondary wasn't quite as sharp last season but still has some good players, including cornerback Lardarius Webb and safety Michael Huff. The depth behind these guys needs to play more consistent, though. Jacoby Jones is the top return man for the special teams and does a real good job in this area. He is an above-average return man capable of making many big plays. Fantasy Outlook: This unit isn't quite a fantasy starter anymore but a spot play. The Ravens still have some sack potential but the secondary doesn't create a lot of turnovers. The special teams is pretty solid, though, so that helps. But the yards and points allowed won't be among the league leaders. We wouldn't be surprised if they are better than last season but not by a whole lot.

comments about Ray Lewis


The Baltimore Ravens have placed C Matt Birk and LB Ray Lewis on the Reserve/Retired list.
Source: KFFL.com
Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh said he has talked to LB Ray Lewis about a future interest in becoming a coach; however, that is not in his plans.
Source: KFFL.com
Baltimore Ravens LB Ray Lewis struggled in coverage during Super Bowl XLVII, which led head coach John Harbaugh to tell his defensive assistant coaches that they needed to make sure their calls didn't leave Lewis covering San Francisco 49ers TE Vernon Davis or WR Michael Crabtree over the middle of the field. 'We can't let Ray be matched up on 85 or 15 all day when we're playing quarters,' Harbaugh told his coaches.
Source: KFFL.com
Baltimore Ravens LB Ray Lewis will sport a custom pair of bright gold cleats with purple trim made specifically to commemorate his career during Super Bowl XLVII. The cleats were created by Under Armour. The words 'Psalms 91' is printed near the toe, which is the bible verse Lewis wore on his t-shirt under his pads during the team's Wild Card win against the Indianapolis Colts. His stats and awards are listed on the insole along with Lewis' silhouette in the midst of his pregame dance. His number and initials are printed on the tongue.
Source: KFFL.com
The man who reportedly supplied Baltimore Ravens LB Ray Lewis with deer-antler spray can't confirm the linebacker ever used the stuff. Mitch Ross said, 'I never saw him put it in his mouth,' when asked if Lewis ever tried the spray.
Source: KFFL.com
Baltimore Ravens LB Ray Lewis (triceps) practiced in full Friday, Feb. 1, and is probable for Super Bowl XLVII.
Source: KFFL.com
The Baltimore Ravens will receive $3.8 million in salary cap space when LB Ray Lewis retires this offseason.
Source: KFFL.com
Baltimore Ravens LB Ray Lewis (triceps) practiced in full Thursday, Jan. 31.
Source: KFFL.com
Baltimore Ravens WR Tandon Doss (ankle), LB Dannell Ellerbe (back, toe), CB Asa Jackson (thigh), FB Vonta Leach (ankle, knee), LB Ray Lewis (triceps), LB Albert McClellan (shoulder), DE Pernell McPhee (thigh), DT Haloti Ngata (knee), WR David Reed (thigh), FS Ed Reed (shoulder), CB Jimmy Smith (abdomen) and LB Terrell Suggs (Achilles', biceps) were each listed as full participants in practice Wednesday, Jan. 30.
Source: KFFL.com
Baltimore Ravens LB Ray Lewis said teams have struggled with the San Francisco 49ers' read-option offense because they've failed to communicate.
Fantasy Impact: We'll see how the Ravens handle it. The offense is very hard to defend.
Source: KFFL.com

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