Most people don’t even understand the exact message Ray Lewis was trying to send Colin Kaepernick when he gave the free agent quarterback some advice recently, but Kaepernick’s girlfriend clearly didn’t appreciate it.Nessa Diab, an MTV and radio personality who has been dating Kaepernick for a while, tweeted a photo on Wednesday that compared Lewis to a house slave and Baltimore Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti to a slave owner.The future Hall of Famer who grew up in Lakeland, Fla. Three of those children live in Lake Mary—just 20 minutes north of Orlando.Without question, Lewis is the most polarizing player in the game.Harbaugh said he intentionally drew an unsportsmanlike...(Aaron Wilson)Brady, it should be noted, won two more Super Bowls after 2001, then went to two more and won a pair of MVP awards in 20.To many, he's an inspirational leader, a charitable man of God and a role model.Others claim he's a womanizer who got away with murder. Mc Call is a strong woman who has her MBA and is currently working toward her Ph D.
Jackson and Leonardo Di Caprio in the movie “Django Unchained.” In the Quentin Tarantino film, Jackson plays a house slave who is loyal to his owner and close friend — played by Di Caprio — even if the loyalty comes at the expense of other slaves. In one of his infamous fiery rants, Lewis told Kaepernick he should keep quiet about his off-field beliefs and just focus on playing football.I don’t know, I’m Catholic, we spend a lot of time kneeling.” For his part, Lewis recently shared a video on Twitter advising Kaepernick that for the sake of football, he should keep his activism to himself. - Super Bowl XLVII will mark the end of the celebrated and scrutinized career of Ravens' linebacker Ray Lewis.For that -- even after a plea bargain produced a misdemeanor charge of obstruction of justice -- Lewis expressed bitterness."All I'm guilty of is being in the wrong place at the wrong time with the wrong people," he said.