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Ray Lewis To Retire At End Of Season

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Lewis has been liitle more than reputation for the last 4-5 years, so I doubt this makes much difference to the Ravens plans regardless.

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One if the greats for sure and one of my favorite non Panthers.

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So are you ready for Ray Lewis, the commentator?

Apparently he's already got a deal with ESPN.

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I hear Stabbing Westward will be playing at his retirement party

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If he could have lasted about three/four more years he might have gotten to play with/against his son.

Yes, thats crazy. Its definitely time to retire. At least before that would happen.

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He seems to me to have been a liability for the past few seasons.

I would assume this was a either bow out, or get cut type thing.

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He seems to me to have been a liability for the past few seasons.

I would assume this was a either bow out, or get cut type thing.

Pun intended?

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