Ray Lewis to Join ESPN After Playoffs?!
Lewis said, “It is time for me to create a new legacy” after 17 NFL seasons.
“I talked to my team today,” Lewis said Wednesday. “I talked to them about life in general. And everything that starts has an end. For me, today, I told my team that this will be my last ride.” – espn
Ray Lewis has already announced that he would retire after this season (quotes above), and now it looks like he will then host the ESPN “Monday Night Countdown” as well as other ESPN platforms including ESPN Radio (98.7 FM)! ESPN declined to comment on the report. Lewis, 37, has been dealing with a torn triceps injury for the entire season, and felt it is time for retirement. Lewis the definition of a true warrior, will be in the HOF, and has quite a resume: he was selected to 13 Pro-Bowls and named the Associated Press All-Pro ten times, he won the Defensive Player of the Year Award twice (2001, 2003), and led the Ravens to a Super Bowl Championship in Super Bowl XXXV! He was the second linebacker ever to be named Super Bowl MVP, and the first to win the Super Bowl as well! Check out Ray Lewis Remix – What Time Is It? by ESPN contracted dj steve porter on video below!
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