At the beginning of the 2011 season, Ray Lewis hinted at retiring if the Baltimore Ravens won a Super Bowl and he mentioned he wanted to spend more time watching his son play.
Now, Lewis has backed off that, and he’s up in the air about what he’ll do if the Ravens win a Super Bowl.
Lewis, 36, is in his 16th year, and he’s earned 13 Pro Bowl selections, two Defensive Player of the Year awards and was named Super Bowl 35 MVP when the Ravens captured their only Lombardi Trophy in 2000, beating the New York Giants, 34-7.
If the Ravens win it all this season, it would be Lewis’ second championship of his career.
Despite missing four games this season due to a right turf toe injury, Lewis still managed to lead the team in tackles with 95.