Our last dance with Ray Lewis

In the period of time since Ray Lewis' big announcement that he will be retiring at the conclusion of the season there has been a considerable amount of respect given to him and his career by various media outlets and fans alike. On Thursday, Roger

Job offers, it seems, are pouring in for Ray Lewis, now that he's announced his retirement at the end of the Baltimore Ravens' postseason, after 17 seasons with the team. Sports Illustrated has reported Lewis will sign a multi-year contract with ESPN

Job offers, it seems, are pouring in for Ray Lewis, now that he's announced his retirement at the end of the Baltimore Ravens' postseason, after 17 seasons with the team. Sports Illustrated has reported Lewis will sign a multi-year contract with ESPN

Mike Bianchi SPORTS COMMENTARY. 7:26 p.m. EST, January 5, 2013. On the day Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis announced he would be retiring after this season, my thoughts drifted back to a bitterly cold winter day in a cemetery in Akron, Ohio.

Joe Sargent. Steelers free safety Ryan Clark is entitled to his opinion, and it's a valid opinion to have, but the allegations against Ravens LB Ray Lewis and Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger are not mutually exclusive. Share on Facebook. Share on