Wednesday, January 2, 2013

Lewis Planning to Retire

After 17 seasons in the NFL, Ray Lewis will retire at the end of this season. "It's time for me to create a new legacy" Lewis says.
In his career, he has recorded 41.5 sacks and 31 interceptions. He was also made 12 Pro Bowls, named first-team All-Pro 7 times, and was voted Defensive Player of the Year twice. There's no doubt that Lewis will be a Hall of Famer. The Ravens will probably be looking for someone to replace him in the draft.
Who should the Ravens get to replace Ray Lewis? Post what you think in the comments!
By: Tarky L.

1 comment:

  1. He's had a great career, and retiring before you lose your edge is to be commended!