Ray Lewis, #52 Baltimore Ravens, defensive linebacker, gave the crowd what they wanted with his final signature dance before the game against the Indiana Colts, on Sunday, Jan. 6, according to Yahoo! Sports.
No disappointments when Lewis made his processional out of the tunnel in Baltimore. Lewis broke out into his dance and the crowd was up on their feet with excitement; watch the video to your left.
Ray Lewis ends his career by defeating the Indiana Colts, 24-9.
Ray Lewis is a 13-time Pro-Bowler, and the Ravens last inaugural player. He was drafted in 1996, and has played 17 seasons with one team, the Ravens.
Ray Lewis' fans have much to be proud about. Lewis’ record is phenomenal – 2,050 tackles.
Lewis announced his retirement on Jan. 2, after his return from a torn tricep. He will be hugely missed, and certainly hard to replace.
''God is calling. My children have made the ultimate sacrifice for their father for 17 years," Lewis said in a press conference Wednesday. "I don't want to see them do that no more. I've done what I wanted to do in this business, and now it's my turn to give them something back.'' - Ray Lewis, Christian Post
Lewis is 37-years-old, has six children. Ray Lewis, III will play for University of Miami for 2013 season.
Congratulations Ray Lewis!