On Wednesday, October 6th at 8:00PM, former Rutgers and New York Jets QB, Ray Lucas will be our guest in the chat room. In April of this year, Ray Lucas retired and ended his 9 year NFL career but not before throwing for over 3000 yards on 280 attempts and rushing for 396 yards on 102 carries. During his professional playing career, he played for the New England Patriots, New York Jets, and Miami Dolphins along with an appearance in Super Bowl in 1996 as a member of the New England Patriots.
September 23, 2004
<b>Bonus Free Story - Please Consider a Site Subscription</b><br> OWINGS MILLS – There's no longer any doubt whether rookie quarterback Kyle Boller will be the Baltimore Ravens' third quarterback on Sunday against the Oakland Raiders. Veteran quarterback Ray Lucas was released Thursday one day after Boller returned to practice after rehabilitating his surgically-repaired quadriceps. Lucas never appeared in a game for the AFC North leaders.
December 12, 2003
Before the start of the free agency signing period on Feb. 28, we will examine every position on the Dolphins, grade each player's performance in the 2002 season and evaluate the prospects for the 2003 season. We begin this series with the quarterbacks.
January 29, 2003
The Dolphins are on a two-game winning streak, beating the Chargers and Ravens by a combined 56-10 score. Ray Lucas has quarterbacked the team, but Ricky Williams really led the charge, rushing for 102 yards vs. Baltimore and 143 yards vs. San Diego. Here's what Lucas had to say today:
November 27, 2002