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  • War on 21st-century Jim Crow

    War on 21st-century Jim Crow
    Kemba Smith Pradia went to Tallahassee, Fla., last week to demand the right to vote.
  • Ray Lewis, Ed Reed enter the twilight of their careers working toward another playoff run

    Ray Lewis, Ed Reed enter the twilight of their careers working toward another playoff run
    Shannon Sharpe remembers vividly the late-night conversations in his kitchen with a 25-year-old Ray Lewis. It was 2000, and the young linebacker was staying with his new Ravens teammate in Sharpe's Atlanta home as he endured a murder trial that could...

    Ed Reed: 'Baltimore is home for me ...'

    Ed Reed: 'Baltimore is home for me ...'
    After losing the AFC championship game earlier this year, Ed Reed walked through the Ravens locker room singing an old Teddy Pendergrass tune. "I think I better let it go ...," he sang. The familiar lines of "Love TKO" was all Reed was heard saying after...

    Ravens' Reed will keep everyone guessing until the very end

    Ravens' Reed will keep everyone guessing until the very end
    Ravens safety Ed Reed’s comments last night about his future to the South Florida Sun Sentinel, one of The Sun’s sister papers, reminded me of something team owner Steve Bisciotti said last month. Asked whether he had gotten a definitive...

    Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis vows to return for next season

    Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis vows to return for next season
    It took Ray Lewis a long time to put his suit on after the AFC championship was over on Sunday. He got dressed in silence, he made sure his tie was straight and his jacket wasn't wrinkled. Then, he stood in the eye of a small media storm, smiled into...