Ray Lewis’ Inspirational Speech

Ray Lewis is heralded as a leader by sports fans from around the globe.

Professionally, he is known for being a two-time Super Bowl champion and for being selected to the Pro Bowl an impressive 13 times. He is also one of a select few football players to spend the duration of his career with a single team— the Baltimore Ravens.

But a lot of what makes Lewis so impressive has to do with his life away from the gridiron. Hailing from Bartow, Florida, a small city of 15,000 people, Lewis grew up without having a relationship with his biological father and a stepfather who was extremely abusive, which he says motivated him to train and become strong in an effort to protect his mother. These hardships fueled his desire to achieve greatness and become a Hall of Fame linebacker.

Today, Ray Lewis is retired, having stepped away from professional football after his 2012 season. He continues to give back by speaking publicly and using his platform to provide inspiration to others.

In today’s post, we’ll be covering some of the most influential Ray Lewis motivational speeches, as well as sharing a few of our favorite quotes. ... Read More

Ray Lewis Named Featured Speaker at this Year’s LSU Football Coaches Clinic

BATON ROUGE, LA — Retired Ravens linebacker, Ray Lewis, has been named the featured speaker at at this year’s LSU Football Coaches Clinic. Along with Lewis, New Orleans Saints defensive coordinator, Rob Ryan, will also be a guest speaker at the clinic. The event will be held at the Pete Maravich Assembly Center on March 27-29. Ryan will take the podium Thursday, March 27 at 7:15 p.m. and Lewis will speak Friday, March 28 at 11:45 a.m. Former Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis will be the featured speaker at the 2014 LSU Football Coaches Clinic on March 27-29, 2014. ... Read More

Ravens Legend Ray Lewis to Climb Mt. Kilimanjaro for Charity

Retired Raven’s linebacker, Ray Lewis is in the spotlight again, but his time it’s all for a good cause. The larger than life Super Bowl champ has decided to tackle the 19,000+-foot summit of Mt. Kilimanjaro for charity. Mt. Kilinamjaro, made famous by Ernest Hemingway’s “The Snows of Kilimanjaro,” is the highest mountain in Tanzania, the highest mountain in Africa, and the highest free-standing mountain in the world at 5,895 metres or 19,341 feet above sea level. Lewis’s ascent is set to raise funds for clean water for the children of Africa. ... Read More

Ray Lewis Officially Joins ESPN as NFL Analyst

It’s official! Ray Lewis has a new role now as NFL analyst for ESPN. The hiring of Lewis was announced on Wednesday, March 13, and he’s already on the air talking about how the Ravens will proceed without him, Anquan Boldin, Paul Kruger and Dannell Ellerbe.

 PFP Sports and Celebrity Talent Agency congratulates motivational speaker Ray Lewis on his new job as an NFL anaylist  for ESPN.

PFP Sports and Celebrity Talent Agency congratulates motivational speaker and retired Baltimore Raven’s defensive linebacker on his new job at ESPN as an NFL analyst.

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Ray Lewis Goes Out on Top After Ravens Win Super Bowl 2013 (VIDEO)

For the first time since Super Bowl 35, the Super Bowl has been won by the Baltimore Ravens, making Ray Lewis’s one last ride that much sweeter. The Lombardi Trophy is going back to Baltimore. Congratulations Ravens for an incredible game. Take it all in and enjoy it. Ray Lewis goes out on top after the Baltimore Ravens win Super Bowl 2013 in New Orleans Feb 3, beating the 49er’s 34-31 in a nail biter that went down to the wire.

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Watch Ray Lewis Signature Dance Before Kick off Against Indianapolis Colts (VIDEO)

BALTIMORE, MD. — 13-time pro bowler, two-time NFL defensive player of the year, middle linebacker, Ray Lewis, made his signature entrance just before kick off against the Indianapolis Colts in the Wild Card round on Sunday, January 6, where Baltimore Ravens fans gave Ray Lewis a hero’s welcome back after he was sidelined in Week 6 with a torn triceps muscle.

Ray Lewis fires up the Baltimore Ravens fans as he makes his pre game entrance onto the field on January, 6, 2013 against the Indianapolis Colts.

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Ravens Linebacker Ray Lewis Announces He Will Retire After Playoffs (VIDEO)

Ray Lewis, considered one of the best middle linebackers in NFL history, announced on Wednesday that he will be retiring at the end of this season. The 13 Pro-Bowler will end his 17-year NFL career with one Super Bowl MVP, two Defensive Player of the Year awards and seven times being named First-Team All-Pro.

Ray Lewis, a popular motivational speaker at PFP Sports and Celebrity Talent Agency, announced on Wednesday, Jan 2, 2013, that he will retire at the end of the season.

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Ray Lewis Expected to Play Against Broncos

Pro Bowl middle linebacker, Ray Lewis, who has been sidelined for the last seven games due to a torn right triceps he suffered against the Cowboys in Week 6, is expected to play against the Denver Broncos in Sunday’s game, according to Raven’s coach, John Harbaugh. Ray Lewis, a popular motivational speaker at PFP Sports and Celebrity Talent Agency, is hopeful he will be back in action against Denver after suffering a torn triceps which sidelined him for 7 weeks.
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