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Old 01-02-2013, 01:55 PM   #16
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re: Ray Lewis To Retire at End of Ravens Post-Season

He hasn't retired he is GOING to retire at the end of the season
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Old 01-02-2013, 01:56 PM   #17
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Ever see his Football Life episode on NFLN?

As much as I wanted to hate the guy, I always found it hard to considering his passion for the game. He did things the right way.
I have seen him out and about enough in B-more to know I don't like him. It is just my opinion and a weak one at that since I really don't know him or any NFL player for that matter.
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In his prime, best ever at his position period
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Old 01-02-2013, 01:57 PM   #19
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He hasn't retired he is GOING to retire at the end of the season
Ray Lewis to retire from Ravens after this season - NFL.com
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He hasn't retired he is GOING to retire at the end of the season
Wow, seriously?....thanks (sarcasm)
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Old 01-02-2013, 02:11 PM   #22
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Re: Ray Lewis To Retire at End of Ravens Post-Season

Had they not made the playoffs I suppose Lewis would play one more season
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Old 01-02-2013, 02:14 PM   #23
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If I'm Ozzie Newsome, I'm giving Ed Reed a big contract to have him stay to keep the defense good, and I'm trading up to get Te'o
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If I'm Ozzie Newsome, I'm giving Ed Reed a big contract to have him stay to keep the defense good, and I'm trading up to get Te'o
Vinny is that you??? Ed has seen much bettet days.
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Vinny is that you??? Ed has seen much bettet days.
Ed Reed is prob gone after next season.
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Re: Ray Lewis To Retire at End of Ravens Post-Season

Ray Lewis:
GP: 228
Tackles: 2050
Sacks: 41.5
Int: 31
Int Yards: 503
FF: 19

London Fletcher:
GP: 240
Tackles: 1921
Sacks: 37
Int: 23
Int Yards: 168
FF: 19
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Re: Ray Lewis To Retire at End of Ravens Post-Season

Ray Lewis could always pull a Brett Farve. We won't know if he's truly retired until the 2013 season starts.
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Old 01-02-2013, 02:48 PM   #28
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Ray Lewis could always pull a Brett Farve. We won't know if he's truly retired until the 2013 season starts.
He could, but he doesn't seem like a waffler to me. He mentioned that one of the reasons he wants to retire is to see his kid's college football games if he gets a scholarship. Hard to do that if you're in a meeting room when his games are playing.

Personally I believe him. He's accomplished everything he has ever wanted in the NFL short of multiple championships (which he could do this year), and I kinda think his recent injury might have helped him make his decision. Obviously he's a first ballot HOFer. Good luck to him in the future, even though I thought he was a little over-the-hill in recent years I have a lot of respect for his accomplishments.
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Old 01-02-2013, 03:01 PM   #29
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Lewis will have a great life beyond football too IMO. Like those who watched the Football Life episode on Ray, I believe he finds purpose in whatever life affords.

...and London should be a first ballot HOFer too. Ok back to Ray...
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Re: Ray Lewis To Retire at End of Ravens Post-Season

No matter how people feel about him, his dedication to the game had no equal. I did see his football life, made me want to get off the couch and spear tackle my wife.

Maybe now London can get the credit he deserves.
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