Ray Lewis to retire

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    one of the best to ever play the game

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    Probably by far the best defensive player the last 15 years.
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    Not sure how a guy wired like that gives up playing the game. I'd like to see him go into coaching.

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    I wondered how much longer he would feel he could keep it up. He had a really long career.

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    Ray Lewis to retire

    One of the best defensive enforcers ever to play the game. He could change the entire game with one play.

    It's been an honor watching him work.

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    A truly great player but an even better leader. His passion made the Ravens who they are.

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    Once he has more free time, maybe he can find that bloody suit.
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    "Once he has more free time, maybe he can find that bloody suit. "

    Baziiiiing

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    He'll be good on NFL network or Espin or whoever lets him talk on TV.

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    Originally Posted by TIMB0B View Post
    Meh
    This has been the general sentiment of all the Cowboy fans on my facebook feed.

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    Originally Posted by Nuked View Post
    This has been the general sentiment of all the Cowboy fans on my facebook feed.
    Mine has more to do with me personally knowing someone who played with Ray. He was a very divisive person in the locker room apparently.

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    Originally Posted by Boognish View Post
    He'll be good on NFL network or Espin or whoever lets him talk on TV.
    Idk where he lives at, but he said he wants to be there for his kids and his son is going to Miami and his other son is going to be a soph in high school. So I wouldn't expect to see him anywhere on tv for the next 3-7 years or so. Unless he flies back and forth

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    Originally Posted by TIMB0B View Post
    Mine has more to do with me personally knowing someone who played with Ray. He was a very divisive person in the locker room apparently.
    Could you expound on that a bit?

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    The guy could really knife through an offense.
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    Ray Lewis to retire

    Best murderer to ever play linebacker on the NFL. #2 NFL murderer of all time.
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    My favorite RayRay moment was a Sunday night at home against KC. He was miked up and it started early with his minstrel dance complete with doo rag. KC was busy pushing him up and down the field and he was pooping his pants on air. It got so bad that while getting blown out in the third quarter they were busy showing his opening Ray Ray dance. **** that ****.

    ESPN is already building an alter to his sack.

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    To play at the high level he has for 17...17 years is nothing short of amazing.

    And you would have to have balls of steel to be a WR and go and catch a pass across the middle against the Ravens.

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    I think you could make an argument that he's the best LB ever. With that said, I think the love fest for him is sick. Its crazy how people forgot that he killed a person

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    I don't think a dude that competitive can just quit like this. He's in the mold of Bret Favre. He'll be back.

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