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Ray Lewis

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  • 49ers' Brandon Jacobs goes from seldom seen to out of sight

    49ers' Brandon Jacobs goes from seldom seen to out of sight
    In a roundabout way, Brandon Jacobs told the San Francisco 49ers how he really felt.
  • Fans need to stand up to the Richie Incognitos of the NFL

     Fans need to stand up to the Richie Incognitos of the NFL
    The NFL flourishes and we enable. Some 300-pound guy named Richie Incognito allegedly bullies a Miami Dolphins teammate, makes him pay for veterans' trips because the guy is a rookie, reportedly hurls racial slurs and death threats at him and gets...

    Alex Smith handles demotion like a Super Bowl champion

    Alex Smith handles demotion like a Super Bowl champion
    NEW ORLEANS — Barely two months ago, Alex Smith stood alone under center as the NFL's hottest starting quarterback for one of its best teams. One concussion later, he is lost in the crowd. At the San Francisco 49ers' Super Bowl media day this...

    There's one sure Super Bowl bet: Spectacle will give way to sadness

    There's one sure Super Bowl bet: Spectacle will give way to sadness
    Bums me out that San Francisco stands poised to be a world champion in yet another sport. I was up there recently and it seemed to be mostly falling down. There are no right angles in that decaying city, and termites eat better than the tourists....

    Change you can believe in? It's business as usual in the NFL

    Change you can believe in? It's business as usual in the NFL
    The 49ers couldn't lose. The Browns couldn't win. The Vikings were the sleepers. The Jets were the snorers. In the ever-changing NFL, though, that was . . . so last week. Everything was turned on its head Sunday — or knocked on its backside, as...