Lewis "can't see" playing past 37
Ray Lewis has always scoffed at questions about retirement. The Ravens linebacker talks about his desire to win another Super Bowl and his "dominance" after 15 NFL seasons.
But Lewis, who turns 36 next month, may have left it slip that he has only one or two more seasons left in him.
In an NFL Network appearance, he was asked if he might stick around long enough to play with his son, Ray Lewis III, who is finishing his sophomore year in high school.
“That’s another four years!” Lewis said. “Nah. Because I’m real with myself, that would be a very hard task. I can’t see myself playing football past 37.”
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