Ray Lewis will retire at the end of this season, as one of the greatest linebackers of all time
He announced his intentions today.
Lewis' list of achievements includes 13 Pro Bowl appearances, 7 times selected to the All-Pro first team, a Super Bowl MVP, and two Defensive Player of the Year awards.
Lewis will certainly go down as one of the greatest linebackers ever to play the game.
He led the Ravens' defense for more than a decade, and was a huge reason they've been a defensive powerhouse for much of his career.
According to pro-football-reference.com, his career can be most closely compared to Lawrence Taylor, Mike Singletary, Jack Lambert, and other current and future Hall of Famers.
Once the Ravens' season is over, he'll finally hang up his cleats for good, and he'll be able to spend some time at his alma mater, watching his son Ray Lewis III play for the University of Miami.
Congratulations to Ray Lewis on an incredible career.