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Congratulations to Baltimore legend Ray Lewis on his induction into the Ravens Ring of Honor! #LEGEND

Congratulations to Baltimore legend Ray Lewis on his induction into the Ravens Ring of Honor! #LEGEND

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"You have an opportunity to close a chapter. A chapter of GREATNESS." - Ray Lewis

(Audio courtesy: The New FM 104.3 & AM 790 The Ticket)

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"What’s the difference between you and the man sitting beside you? It’s one percent. In my business, only one percent makes it."

"What’s the difference between you and the man sitting beside you? It’s one percent. In my business, only one percent makes it."

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Two-time Super Bowl champion and future Pro Football Hall of Famer, Ray Lewis. 52 days and counting.

Two-time Super Bowl champion and future Pro Football Hall of Famer, Ray Lewis. 52 days and counting.

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"Sometimes it’s not about playing hard for yourself. It’s about playing for the men next to you in battle." - Antrel Rolle, ‘05

"Sometimes it’s not about playing hard for yourself. It’s about playing for the men next to you in battle." - Antrel Rolle, ‘05

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From @Ravens: President Obama praised Ray Lewis during yesterday’s White House visit.
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Ed Reed and Ray Lewis scheduled to attend White House ceremony

Canes legends Ed Reed and Ray Lewis will join their former Ravens teammates at the White House Wednesday.

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Future Pro Football Hall of Famer and ESPN NFL analyst Ray Lewis is tackling his next challenge by climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro next month. The voyage is part of an effort to raise awareness and funds for an East African clean water project.
By supporting the project on his web site, fans are entered for a chance to win a Ray Lewis signed Baltimore Ravens helmet.

Future Pro Football Hall of Famer and ESPN NFL analyst Ray Lewis is tackling his next challenge by climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro next month. The voyage is part of an effort to raise awareness and funds for an East African clean water project.

By supporting the project on his web site, fans are entered for a chance to win a Ray Lewis signed Baltimore Ravens helmet.

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"I was never the biggest, I was never the fastest, I was never the strongest. The only bread and butter I had was work.. At the end of the day, it’s all about hard work. And if you outwork me, you’re a hell of a man." - Ray Lewis

"I was never the biggest, I was never the fastest, I was never the strongest. The only bread and butter I had was work.. At the end of the day, it’s all about hard work. And if you outwork me, you’re a hell of a man." - Ray Lewis

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From Super Bowl Champion to ESPN: Ray Lewis

From Sports Illustrated's Richard Deitsch:

SI.com first reported on Jan. 3 that Lewis was close to signing with ESPN, and Tuesday at a launch event in New York City for a new ESPN Films documentary series, ESPN president John Skipper confirmed the hire when asked how comfortable he was with the possibility of Lewis as an NFL analyst. The Ravens linebacker will have a significant role next fall as an NFL analyst on the network’s Monday Night Countdown program and will also appear on Sunday NFL Countdown and SportsCenter. The formal announcement is expected to come sometime in the next two weeks because the contract is still not officially signed, and neither ESPN nor Lewis is pressing for an announcement.

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