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Ray Lewis linked to banned substance in Sports Illustrated report

Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis refused to comment during Super Bowl media day, but this week Sports Illustrated has a report suggesting that the Ravens superstar may have used a banned substance in 2012.

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Mitch Ross, Ray Lewis, deer antler story weirder

Mitch Ross held an impromptu press conference in New Orleans, the results of which leave us scratching our heads and wondering what the hell just happened.

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'Trick of the devil'

Responding to allegations that he took a banned substance in 2012, Ray Lewis says that the Sports Illustrated report is "the trick of the devil".

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John Harbaugh stands by Ray Lewis on PED questions

Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh strongly defended his veteran linebacker to reporters on Tuesday when asked about a Sports Illustrated report involving possible PEDs.

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S.W.A.T.S. owner stands by Ray Lewis claims

Ray Lewis denied a report that he used banned substances, but the owner of the company which allegedly supplied the substances said Lewis did use the company's products.

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Lewis refuses to address banned substance report

Ray Lewis is back in the Super Bowl and commanded possibly the largest crowd in Media Day history.

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