Baltimore Ravens Linebacker Ray Lewis Set To Retire At End Of Season

NOLA.comBaltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis set to retire at end of seasonNOLA.comRay Lewis' 17-year career in the NFL looks like it's finally coming to an end. The 37-year-old linebacker told teammates "this will be my last ride," according to the team's official Twitter account. Ray Lewis.JPG In this Jan. 15, 2012, file photo, Baltimore Ravens ...Ray Lewis to retire from NFL after Ravens season: 'This will be my last ride'SI.comRay Lewis retires, Chuck Pagano reactsSB NationRavens' Lewis to retire after playoffsFOXSports.comCharlotte Observerall 539 news articles »

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