Ray Lewis Joins ESPN

Featured, Sports and Bets — March 14, 2013 at 11:21 am by

Espn Ray Lewis retired from playing in the NFL, but the former Ravens linebacker will still be suiting up during the football season. This time, however, Lewis will actually be wearing a suit and not a helmet.Lewis has officially joined ESPN as an NFL studio analyst, the network announced in a news release. He will appear on “Monday Night Countdown,” “Sunday Night Countdown” and “SportsCenter,” while also contributing to ESPN’s annual Super Bowl coverage. Lewis will travel to the site of each week’s “Monday Night Football” game where he will offer analysis alongside Stuart Scott, Hall of Fame quarterback Steve Young and former Ravens teammate Trent Dilfer. He will also contribute to “Sunday NFL Countdown” throughout the season and make a weekly appearance on ESPN Radio’s “Mike and Mike in the Morning.” There’s a chance that Lewis will host specials similar to Jon Gruden’s QB Camp series.

If Raven officals have their say, Lewis could potentially be traded to a daytime soap opera…But seriously, if he has the same intensity he had on the field, this could be more appealing than the actual football games. Trent Dilfer will once again be forced to take the backseat.

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