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Ravens LB Ray Lewis Announces Retirement

Baltimore Ravens LB Ray Lewis has announced that he will reitre from the NFL after the Ravens complete this year's playoffs. Ray Lewis has been a dominant linebacker for the Ravens for all 17 years of his NFL career, ever since he was a first round draft selection in 1996. Although Lewis has been out with a torn right triceps injury since October 14th, he will return to the field this Sunday, as the AFC North division champion Ravens take on the wild card playoff contender Indianapolis Colts. The 37-year old Lewis has stated he is retiring to spend more time with his family. Are you looking for season tickets to all Ravens games? Browse our wide selection of Baltimore Ravens PSLs and discover the benefits of Ravens PSL ownership today!

Besides helping to establish the Ravens solid defensive reputation, Lewis has also participated in thirteen Pro Bowls throughout his career. When the Ravens won Super Bowl XXXV after the 2000 season, Ray Lewis was selected as Super Bowl MVP, making it the first time a linebacker from the winning team has won the award. Don't miss your chance to see the legendary Ray Lewis play in what might be his final home game at M&T Bank Stadium this Sunday, January 6th. Find great deals on Baltimore Ravens vs. Indianapolis Colts tickets at Maxim Tickets, the secure resale ticket marketplace.