Ravens' Ray Lewis Says He'll Retire After Super Bowl
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The heart and soul of the Baltimore Ravens for the past 17 seasons, linebacker Ray Lewis, 37, has announced that he'll retire at the end of the 2012 season. Lewis tore his triceps in October. With 13 Pro Bowl selections and other awards, Lewis is one of the most decorated players in the NFL. Drafted in 1996, Lewis is the only remaining player from the Ravens' inaugural season.