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Vol Calls - Monday Night at 8 p.m.


Be sure to tune into Vol Calls on Monday night, coming to you live from Calhoun's on the River. Women's Basketball Coach Holly Warlick will be on site starting at 8 p.m. ET/7 p.m. CT. Men's coach Cuonzo Martin will join the show on the phone around 8:15 p.m.

The featured guest will be Super Bowl Champion Morgan Cox of the Baltimore Ravens, who will join the show around 8:40 p.m.

LISTEN LIVE on UTSports.com/AllAccess.

Cox and Haralson Headed For Super Bowl

For the first time since 1997 both road teams won their conference championship games in the NFL as Baltimore and San Francisco will meet in the Super Bowl. Each team features a former Vol, as for the 21st time in 22 years a Tennessee product will play on football's biggest stage.

With the Ravens, long snapper Morgan Cox snapped 11 times on kicks and punts as the Ravens beat the Patriots 27-13



The 49ers rallied to beat the Falcons, 28-24. Defensive lineman Parys Haralson will make the trip with San Francisco, but he has been sidelined all season with an upper body injury.

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Jamal Lewis Enters Ravens Ring of Honor

Jamal Lewis

Check out coverage from BaltimoreRavens.com: J. Lewis Gets Goose Bumps At Ring of Honor

The Baltimore Sun has an article on Jamal Lewis after induction into Ring of Honor: 'It never gets old'. Here is an excerpt: 

In an emotional speech, Lewis thanked Ravens fans, his teammates and especially Newsome for so many memorable years in Baltiimore.

"It felt great to be out there in front of the fans and on the field; without the pads on, of course," Lewis said afterward. "But it was a great deal, just a great honor."

"Like I said, it never gets old," he said. "I still get the goose bumps and the hairs. But the good part about it is, I didn't have to go out and suit up and play for 60 minutes."


More News On Lewis' Entry To Ravens Ring Of Honor

Former Vols star Jamal Lewis will enter the Ravens Ring Of Honor on Thursday night as part of the Ravens-Browns game in Baltimore. Check out the latest stories on Lewis. 

- Baltimore Ravens Coverage: Jamal Lewis

Lewis Going Into Ravens Ring Of Honor


Former Vols star back Jamal Lewis will become the sixth player to enter the Baltimore Ravens Ring Of Honor on Thursday night when the Browns come to the Charm City. Lewis, drafted by Baltimore with the fifth overall pick out of Tennessee in 2000, played with the Ravens for seven seasons. With Baltimore, Lewis rushed the ball 1,822 times for 7,801 yards. Both are franchise records.

In 2003, Lewis ran for 2,066 yards, the most for any Ravens player in a single season. It also ranks second in league history, behind Eric Dickerson's 2,105 total in 1984. He finished his 10-year career with 10,607 rushing yards, which ranks 21st in NFL history.

Lewis' 2000 performance as a rookie helped lead Baltimore to a Super Bowl championship as he ran for 1,364 yards.

"The reason why we were able to win the Super Bowl in 2000 was because of Jamal Lewis," general manager Ozzie Newsome said. 


Check out more coverage here:

- BaltimoreRavens.com: Transcripts 9/17 - Jamal Lewis Ring Of Honor Press Conference

- BaltimoreRavens.com: Presser: Jamal Lewis Inducted In Ring Of Honor

- BaltimoreRavens.com: Jamal Lewis Going Into Ring Of Honor

- BaltimoreRavens.com: Jamal Lewis Explains Emotions Of Getting Inducted

- Baltimore Sun: Jamal Lewis on being selected for Ring of Honor

- Baltimore Sun: We might not see a 'dinosaur' like Jamal Lewis again

- CBS Sports.com: Ravens inducting former RB Jamal Lewis into Ring of Honor

Morgan Cox Receives Ed Block Courage Award

Former Vol long snapper Morgan Cox was the Baltimore Ravens' recipient of the 2011 Ed Block Courage Award, given to a member of each NFL team to honor players who exemplify commitments to the principles of sportsmanship and courage.

Each recipient is selected solely by a vote of their teammates. To learn more about the award, CLICK HERE.


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Monday's Tennessee Football Briefing (4/30)

Patrick Brown has a story in the Chattanooga Times Free Press: Dooley 'fixing' UT staff

With Austin Johnson Heading To The Ravens and Tauren Poole To Panthers, here are a few stories on the newest Vols to enter the NFL ranks.


Also, here's a full list of signees from the NFL: Undrafted free-agent deals for all 32 NFL teams

Articles On Vols Signing With NFL Teams

Check out these stories on some former Vols that agreed to join NFL teams as undrafted free agents

The Daily Advertiser: Ex-Viking Shaw agrees with Browns
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