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Old 02-09-2013   #110
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Default Re: How did Ray Lewis go from murder suspect in 2000 to NFL royalty in 2013?

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Originally Posted by chicagotexan2 View Post
Shut up already. get your head out of rays taint. If and when this guy gets himself into hot water again maybe the outcome will be different. Until then I don't buy the wrong place at the wrong time bs.
Its been 13 years since he got in trouble-nothing else on hisrecord EVER-- how much longer before you will accept that he learned not to put himself in a bad situation???

As a Ravens fan, I am little overdosed with the Ray Ray the Preacher man crap, and I for one am glad he retired. He couldn't cover anyone over the middle anymore and he couldn't tackle sideline to sideline; he was only good in between the tackles and alot of tose tackles were "jump on the pile" types. He didn't come off the field in 3rd down/Passing down stuations because of pride; so the defense was forced to play a zone in the middle because he can't even blitz anymore. S you have a 37 yr old Icon who can't cover, can't blitz, playin with one arm who won't come offf the field. Glad he retired on the top. Good for him. Now lets get someone to replace him and just goes about his job.
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