Ronnie Lott and Mike Singletary were the two players I most admiredSingletary joins Ravens coaching staff Jan 23, 2003
At some point, he won't fumble, he'll take better care of the ballPittsburgh 31, Baltimore 18 Oct 27, 2002
I'm never prepared to play without Ray, but we have toIn Sports from United Press International Oct 10, 2002
It was a long, drawn-out process, but both sides were patientRay Lewis signs $50 million deal Aug 01, 2002
This is where I started my foundation and this is where I want to end itRay Lewis signs $50 million deal Aug 01, 2002
Ray Anthony Lewis (born May 15, 1975) is an American football linebacker for the Baltimore Ravens of the National Football League (NFL). Since being drafted by the Ravens in 1996, he has been selected to twelve Pro Bowls and been named an Associated Press All-Pro ten times. He won the NFL Defensive Player of the Year in 2000 and 2003; he was the sixth player to win the award multiple times. He was also the second linebacker to win the Super Bowl Most Valuable Player Award and the first linebacker to win the award on the winning Super Bowl team. Widely considered to be among the best linebackers of all time, Lewis was ranked as the 18th best player in league history by the NFL Network in 2010. He played college football at the University of Miami.
Lewis was born in Bartow, Florida. He is the older brother of former University of Maryland running back Keon Lattimore. Lewis was an All-American linebacker and wrestling star at Kathleen High School in Lakeland.
As a freshman at the University of Miami, Ray Lewis was an immediate contributor and became a starter for the Hurricanes' final five games. He compiled 81 tackles, two sacks, two tackles for loss, and four pass deflections en route to being named to the freshman All-American team.