On this episode of the In Depth with Graham Bensinger podcast, we take a page out of our old playbook and revisit a 2010 sit-down with Ravens legend Ray Lewis. The Hall of Famer recalls how his rough upbringing influenced his love for the game, details those famous on the field dance moves and how he continues to build his own brand.
Hall of Famer: Ray Lewis - How To Create A Vision Of Your Future
Hustling with Vivica A. Fox
Vivica speaks with NFL legend Ray Lewis about his time at the University of Miami, his visionary conversations with Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson, being drafted by the Baltimore Ravens, his signature pre-game dance inspired by a military veteran, and the key to his powerful leadership strategies. Ray Lewis is one of the rarest people on Earth. He is the best player at his position in over one hundred years of NFL history, and he is arguably the best leader ever to be associated with team sports. He was drafted by a franchise that had forgotten how to succeed and quickly taught his team from ownership to the front office to the lowliest rookies how to take responsibility for themselves and each other, and in doing so helped rebuild the fabric of a struggling American city. Ray proved that the world of sports can be a source of profound spiritual excellence. https://raylewis.com/https://twitter.com/raylewishttps://www.instagram.com/raylewis/ https://www.facebook.com/officialraylewis/ https://www.vivicafox.com/https://www.instagram.com/msvfox/ https://www.facebook.com/VivicaAFoxhttps://twitter.com/msvivicafox https://stage29.tv/https://twitter.com/stage29podcastshttps://www.instagram.com/stage29podcasts/ https://www.facebook.com/Stage29Podcasts/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
BYU Sports Nation gives you the most underrated position group for BYU Football this season? Former NFL and BYU linebacker Bryan Kehl, Plus… a Cougar in the NBA Finals and the top ranked BYU Football Player in 2021.
EP 16 - NFL Icon Ray Lewis on Inspiring Greatness & Turning Pain Into Joy
Next With Novo
We’ve got a special edition of Next with Novo with one of the greats of our time (and the NFL), Baltimore Ravens defensive linebacker & University of Miami Hurricanes icon, plus Florida state champ wrestler, Ray Lewis. Ray is simply one of the most motivating and inspirational speakers and humans I have ever met, as well as a guy with a big heart. During our chat, Ray takes us through his tough upbringing in Florida, the absence of his father, and how he discovered his natural talent for wrestling before ending up in football. Ray caught a lucky break early in his football career and got the last available scholarship at University of Miami, where he'd become one of the most iconic players in the school’s history. After his legendary career with the Baltimore Ravens, where he won two Super Bowls, Ray retired from the NFL, but as he put it in the podcast, "not from life." Since leaving the game, Ray has found success in business, motivational speaking, and done some amazing philanthropy with the Ray Lewis 52 foundation. He also recently started a philanthropic, solar-focused organization, Power 52, where he's creating opportunities for at-risk youth. We talked about Ray's work in criminal justice, how to inspire leadership and navigate life’s detours & challenges, finding purpose after the pain and loss of COVID, and what he's learned during his incredible journey through life and sports. Make sure to subscribe to my YouTube and Apple Podcasts channel so you don’t miss out on future episodes and follow me: Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/3s74l5Y Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3sdPneD Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mikenovo/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/novogratz Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/novogratz/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mikenovogratz/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/mikenovo This podcast was recorded on April 5, 2021 The Next with Novo podcast is for informational purposes only. Nothing in this podcast constitutes an offer to buy or sell, or a solicitation of an offer to buy or sell, any securities. The information in the podcast does not constitute investment, legal, or tax advice. The host is an affiliate of Galaxy Digital (host and Galaxy Digital together, the “Parties”), and the podcast represents the opinions of the host and/or guest and not necessarily that of Galaxy Digital. The Parties do not make any representation or warranty, express or implied, as to the accuracy or completeness of any of the information therein. Each of the Parties expressly disclaims any and all liability relating to or resulting from the use of this information. Certain information in the podcast may have been obtained from published and non-published sources and has not been independently verified. The Parties may buy, sell or hold investments in some of the companies, digital assets or protocols discussed in this podcast. Except where otherwise indicated, the information in this video is based on matters as they exist as of the date of preparation and will not be updated.
Ray Lewis on resilience, rising above the rest & his joy
The Falcons Audible - Atlanta Falcons
Welcome to Getting Real with Grady Jarrett, a podcast in which Atlanta Falcons DL Grady Jarrett and co-host Kelsey Conway “get real” on anything from football, lifestyle, and beyond. Ray Lewis, Hall of Fame linebacker, joins the show to discuss his mentoring of Grady Jarret and their careers, what it takes to be successful, his friendship with Michael Phelps, and much more. 0:00 Intro*0:54 Lessons from Lewis5:23 Learning through critiques*6:58 Maintaining success12:15 Grady Jarrett’s resilience *14:08 Squirrel Dance origination21:20 Michael Phelps friendship*25:35 Joy of impacting others 27:45 Excitement for Dean Pees *33:40 Jarrett on being influential*39:00 What’s next for Jarrett
NFL Hall of Famer Ray Lewis and gospel superstar and 16-time Grammy Winner Kirk Franklin join Lindsay this week for an inspirational conversation about the meaning of faith in 2021, overcoming your past, where Ray Lewis got his name and iconic number 52, and why there's nothing like a black funeral. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Rex Ryan's NFL Journey: From coaching Ray Lewis to the 'Butt Fumble'
NFL Total Access: The Locker Room
Former head coach Rex Ryan stops by again to share more locker room stories with Michael Robinson and Brian Billick including one about Rod Woodson being intimidated by Rex's 'dad bod' (3:15). He then explained his defensive philosophy that was influenced by his dad Buddy Ryan and Coach Billick (6:00) which centered around what he calls the K.I.L.L. philosophy (9:00). Rex explains how he helped design the dominate Ravens defense of the 2000's that featured Hall of Famers Ed Reed and Ray Lewis (10:45). Then Coach Billick and Rex reminisce about all the future head coaches on the Ravens staff including Jack Del Rio, Mike Singletary and Marvin Lewis and how their big personalities blended together (19:40). As for Ryan's time as a head coach, he shares that he had a ground and pound offense because Tom Brady wasn't his quarterback (24:10). He also defends why drafting Mark Sanchez 5th overall was the right decision for the Jets (27:10). This prompts Mike Rob to ask him what he really thinks about the 'Butt Fumble' (30:25). NFL Total Access: The Locker Room is part of the NFL Podcasts Network. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Ed Reed: The U, Ray Lewis, Flacco's Playoff Run, Belichick's Praise
Trey Wingo Presents: Half-Forgotten History
Pro Football Hall of Famer (and College Football Hall of Famer... and, as he reminds us, High School Hall of Famer) Ed Reed joins Trey for another Super Bowl-themed episode of Half-Forgotten History.First, they reminisce about the U, including Ed Reed's notorious halftime speeches, and his amazing touchdown against Boston College.Then, Ed talks about playing alongside other huge personalities in Ray Lewis and Terrell Suggs and his favorite interceptions (and touchdowns). Plus, he breaks down his interception of Peyton Manning that Bill Belichick once called "the best play" he ever saw a free safety ever make.Then, Ed takes us through the Ravens' magical Super Bowl run in the '12-'13 season, including the wild upset over Peyton Manning's Denver Broncos and one of the most memorable title games in history.
REShow: Ray Lewis and Eddie George - hour 1 (01-07-21)
The Rich Eisen Show
Pro Football Talk’s Mike Florio and Rich discuss the possibility that Texans QB Deshaun Watson might request a trade, why Houston still hasn’t interviewed Chiefs’ OC Eric Bieniemy for their vacant head coach job, and what the timeline for a possible trade could be.Hall of Fame linebacker Ray Lewis and Heisman Trophy-winner Eddie George join Rich to discuss their longstanding rivalry, how their on-field battles led to a close off-field friendship, how facing George inspired Lewis in his off-season workouts, the keys to this weekend’s Titans vs Ravens wild card game, and their VERY different takes on the Eagles’ tanking controversy.The guys wrap up the hour discussing the Mets pulling of a blockbuster deal to acquire shortstop Francisco Lindor from Cleveland. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Cure For The Common Life with Joseph McClendon III
In today’s episode, I’m shifting gears slightly. I’ve decided to repurpose an interview I took part in earlier this year with a very dear friend of mine and former NFL star, Ray Lewis! I was fortunate enough to be featured on his podcast, Everyday Greatness, where we discussed all of the home truths and complexities that are so prevalent when it comes to personal development. We also speak on the very real and confronting issue of ingrained racism. In this interview, I open up about an extremely significant experience I faced in my younger years, which acted as a catalyst to many of the limiting and harmful beliefs I had regarding my race. So many of the opinions I hold today have been born out of the persistency and commitment I’ve had towards my own self-worth and I hope that by sharing these lessons, you can walk away feeling more enriched and resilient than ever before. Tune in to Episode 25 of Cure For The Common Life to hear the full interview!Some Questions Ray Asks:What led you to partnering with Tony Robbins and pursuing the field of personal development back in 1986? (12:51)How do you define greatness? (18:47)Do you believe that failure is the key to success? (29:57)Why do you think it’s so hard for people to forgive themselves? (37:45)What advice can you give to the young adults trying to make their start in the midst of lockdown? (59:18)In This Episode You Will Learn:Some background on Ray Lewis (1:19)The importance of stepping out of your comfort zone (5:24)Ray’s advice on how to recognize and harness your own greatness (8:29)Where my internalized prejudice stemmed from (13:47)Why we have a responsibility to disenfranchised communities (20:29)The power of free will & The process behind ‘psychological hijacking’ (23:13)What the ‘cybernetic loop’ refers to (32:21)My advice on self-growth and habit building from a scientific standpoint (41:31)How Ray developed his internal drive and work ethic (48:48)Let’s Connect!WebsiteTwitterFacebookInstagramConnect With Ray Lewis:TwitterTeam No ExcusesResources:Book: Think and Grow Rich! - Author, Napoleon HillPodcast: Everyday Greatness - The Ray Lewis Podcast See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.