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Ray Lewis to retire after playoffs

  • Jcool
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Jason Butt ‏@JasonButtCBS
Ray Lewis will retire at the end of the #Ravens playoff run.

Baltimore Ravens ‏@Ravens
Ray Lewis told the team today "this will be my last ride."

Jay Glazer ‏@JayGlazer
Ray Lewis has announced he will retire after this season
Time for Bowman to take over as the Best MLB in the game
best MLB in NFL History. IDGAFWYS
Originally posted by WookieOftheYear:
Time for Bowman to take over as the Best MLB in the game

He'll have to pass Willis first.
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Ian Rapoport ‏@RapSheet

#Ravens set to retire his number RT @jeffzrebiecsun Said that this is last time you'll see 52 in a Ravens uniform in Baltimore."
Originally posted by StOnEy333:
Originally posted by WookieOftheYear:
Time for Bowman to take over as the Best MLB in the game

He'll have to pass Willis first.
He already did
Great career. HOF. I agree he should retire.
whatever you think of Lewis off the field, he's one of the best leaders ever to play the game.
yes its time to call it a career for the great Ray Lewis.


greatest MLB of all time.
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My favorite non 49er player ever

Guy was amazing I dont think Im ever gonna see a linebacker as great as him again
maybe its me

but announcing this before the playoff game will certainly impact the team

defense will play their hearts out, the offense will probably put more pressure on themselves.
Meh, it's about time. I could see him joining our coaching staff as a LB coach or assistant down the road...assuming he'd rather do that instead of being a sports commentator.
Originally posted by mcbaes72:
Meh, it's about time. I could see him joining our coaching staff as a LB coach or assistant down the road...assuming he'd rather do that instead of being a sports commentator.

Why choose to coach the 49ers?
Originally posted by mcbaes72:
Meh, it's about time. I could see him joining our coaching staff as a LB coach or assistant down the road...assuming he'd rather do that instead of being a sports commentator.

watching the "A Football Life' episode on him, i got the sense that he wants more family time. but who knows, after a year away, he might miss the spotlight.
Originally posted by bigmur49:
Originally posted by mcbaes72:
Meh, it's about time. I could see him joining our coaching staff as a LB coach or assistant down the road...assuming he'd rather do that instead of being a sports commentator.

Why choose to coach the 49ers?

Best LB core in the NFL plus Harbaugh ties, of course I'd rather him coach our team than any others, but maybe he'd prefer the Ravens.