All-Pro linebacker Ray Lewis, who retired from the National Football League after helping the Baltimore Ravens win the Super Bowl last month, is joining Walt Disney Co.’s ESPN network as an NFL analyst.
Ray Lewis’s 17-year National Football League career may be in jeopardy because of a season- ending arm injury, while his Baltimore Ravens teammate Lardarius Webb will miss the rest of the campaign with a damaged knee.
Bloomberg's Matt Miller meets All-Pro NFL Linebacker Ray Lewis on the floor of the NYSE. Lewis explains why he promotes financial literacy programs for NFL players, and claims that most athletes are unprepared to manage money when they turn professional. (Source: Bloomberg)
Greg Cosell, a senior producer at NFL Films Inc. and a nephew of the late sportscaster Howard Cosell, said in an interview on Bloomberg Television’s “Political Capital With Al Hunt,” airing this weekend before Sunday night’s Super Bowl in New Orleans, that he expects the Baltimore Ravens to defeat the San Francisco 49ers in a defense-minded football championship game.
Joe Flacco started the season saying he was the best quarterback in the National Football League. He ended it as the most valuable player in the Super Bowl, staving off a comeback by the San Francisco 49ers that began after a power failure at the Superdome delayed the game.