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Ray Lewis, the face of the Ravens since he played in the franchise's first game in Memorial Stadium and arguably the greatest linebacker in NFL history, will make this year's playoff run his last. Lewis, who expects to return from a torn triceps for

Orlando Sentinel scribe Chris Hays caught up with the Lake Mary (Fla.) Prep athlete, who will follow in his father's footsteps to the University of Miami after totaling roughly 9,000 yards and 100 touchdowns in his prep football career. "For me it

I couldn't tell if Ray Lewis was doing this for good luck, or as a means of trying to convince himself he was actually part of the action. Whatever the great linebacker's intent, his intensity was awe-inspiring. As Baltimore Ravens receiver Tandon Doss

Legendary NFL linebacker Ray Lewis will retire after the 2013 playoffs, he unexpectedly announced on Wednesday.

Ray Lewis announced Wednesday that he plans to retire at the end of the season, his 17th with the Baltimore Ravens. Lewis told his teammates that “this will be my last ride,” according to the team's official Twitter feed.