Ray Lewis

A player for the Baltimore Ravens for the duration of his professional career (1996-2013), Ray Lewis is considered one of the greatest linebackers to ever be in the NFL. During his 17 seasons in the league, the two-time Super Bowl champion broke numerous records and raked in countless awards and honors, including being a 10-time Associated Press All-Pro, the Super Bowl XXXV MVP and holding a record for the most Pro Bowls (13) for an inside/middle linebacker. Now retired from the game, the famed Raven is a NFL commentator on ESPN. 

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