Ray Lewis Son Charged With 3rd Degree Criminal Sexual Conduct. 

Ray Lewis III, son of former Baltimore Ravens star Ray Lewis, has been charged with third-degree criminal sexual conduct.


Two victims told authorities that Lewis III, a sophomore cornerback for the Coastal Carolina University football team, sexually assaulted them on Saturday, Jan. 23, at an apartment near campus, according to police records
Lewis, 20, turned himself into the police on Friday, according to a WMBF News Report. His arrest warrant alleges knowledgeable sexual battery of an 18-year-old female who was incapacitated from the use of drugs and/or alcohol.


Lewis III played at the University of Miami, his father’s alma mater, for two seasons before transferring to Coastal Carolina last year. In 12 games in the 2015 season, Lewis III was credited with 14 tackles.

Former NFC Lions WR Calvin Johnson Attends Dolphins Practice.

It has been a wild, crazy few days for the Miami Dolphins. Now on the same day quarterback, Jay Cutler is set to arrive in South Florida, another former NFC North player was attending practice on Monday morning.

Former Detroit Lions wide receiver Calvin Johnson was at Dolphins training camp practice talking to coaches and players. This isn’t the first time Johnson has visited a team’s practice as he visited the Oakland Raiders during OTA’s (organized team activities). Back in May, Raiders offensive coordinator Todd Downing invited Johnson to come to Raiders camp.

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Johnson retired from the NFL in 2016 after a nine-year career which included six Pro Bowls and seven 1,000-yard seasons. During his career, Johnson recorded 731 receptions, 11,619 yards, and 83 touchdowns.

Johnson said his decision to retire was partly because he wasn’t 100 percent healthy.

“I think it’s a combination of both,” he said. “I can’t put in what I want to put in, what I used to put in to get the results that I used to get. I can’t put in those same efforts and I’m not going to sell myself short; I’m not going to go out there and not be 100 percent.”

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Does Game Have A Point When It Comes To Big Baller Brand vs Jordan Brand? Has Some Logic, But Leaves Room For Debate.

Compton rapper The Game shared Wednesday on Instagram that he had purchased four pairs of the Big Baller Brand ZO2 sneakers. You know, the ones with the $495 price tag. Not only did Game buy four pairs for his son and their friends, he pledged to buy 10 more pairs for kids who couldn’t afford them. His reasons, long and laced with vulgarity are entirely valid. Game explains that he brought the shoes to show support for a new brand and upcoming star. He also calls out the hypocrisy of people who have no problem giving hundreds (and thousands) of dollars to a luxury brand, but complaining over the price in the instance of this family business.


“Funny how niggas will go & buy Gucci flip flops for $300-400 with no complaints but then complain & bitch when a kid & his family is making a name for themselves & trying to grow their own brand,” The Game wrote.

You can’t argue with that. But then Game takes it a step further, drawing a pointed comparison to buying Jordans. “MJ, as much as I love & support him & his legacy ain’t really ever did much for the black community other then tax our mothafuckin’ ass for the same shoes over & over as well as charge these kids parents hella money to get in these camps no hate.”

That’s where The Game’s logic stops adding up. Where, in any of the countless interviews LaVar Ball has given, has he promised to do anything for the black community, either? When did Ball outline plans to do anything with ZO2 proceeds other than take them to the bank—just like Mike. I haven’t heard LaVar say “Black Lives Matter” any more than I’ve heard Michael Jordan say it; in other words, supporting one self-interested business owner over another is a matter of personal economics rather than a social statement.