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A look at Ray Lewisâ€™ NFL career with the Baltimore Ravens.
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on Jan 10, 2013
Last updated: 01/10/13 at 02:36 PM
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Announced he would retire after injury-plagued 2012 season.
Became first player in NFL history to record 40+ sacks and 30+ interceptions in a career.
Earned last of his 13 Pro Bowl selections.
Had a Baltimore street â€” â€śRay Lewis Wayâ€ť â€” named in honor of his extensive charitable work, which includes the Ray Lewis 52 Foundation, which helps disadvantaged youth.
Pictured on cover of popular Madden 2005 video game.
Reached out-of-court settlements with the families of the two victims in 2000 incident.
Earned last of three AP Defensive Player of the Year awards.
Voted MVP of Super Bowl XXXV after Ravensâ€™ 34-7 victory over Giants. But â€śIâ€™m going to Disney Worldâ€ť ad spot traditionally given to MVP went to QB Trent Dilfer instead.
Murder charges dropped against Lewis. He pleaded guilty to obstruction of justice in exchange for testimony against his associates, both of whom were found not guilty of murder.
Charged with murder, along with two associates, after two men were fatally stabbed during a fight in Atlanta after Super Bowl XXXIV.
Led NFL with 184 tackles in 1997, earning first Pro Bowl nod.
Drafted by Ravens in first round of 1996 draft â€” the fifth linebacker chosen.
Two-time All-American linebacker at University of Miami.