Ray Lewis: “Of course I’m older. That’s the beauty of it!”

Ray alone in locker room

“I’m older. Of course I’m older. That’s the beauty of it. Sixteen years PLUS! Different level of listening. Different level of understanding; Different level of punishment. I’m going to live LONG after my records have fallen…LONG after my rings have tarnished.

Whatever you’ve got to do to make sure you chase your legacy – EVERY SECOND OF YOUR LIFE…leave your mark to endure.”

Ray Lewis, Linebacker, Baltimore Ravens

 

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2 Raves on “Ray Lewis: “Of course I’m older. That’s the beauty of it!”

  1. Jerry B on said:

    WOW! Nothing to add to this moving tribute. How lucky and privileged we’ve been to have been able to watch him for 17 years! People talk about “replacing” Ray Lewis; you don’t replace a Ray Lewis, you learn to adapt to football without him! It’s hard to imagine the level of pandemonium when he exits the tunnel for the last time Sunday and performs his signature “dance”. For those in attendance as well as those watching on TV, savor the experience, for such moments are indeed……rare!

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