Ray Lewis Super Bowl XXXV Photos
Ray Lewis had a dominant performance on the biggest stage, earning Super Bowl MVP honors.
Photos: Baltimore Celebrates Ray Lewis Day
The Hall of Fame linebacker was honored with a parade through Baltimore and was also presented a key to the city.
Best Photos From Ravens' Hall of Fame Weekend
Starting with a Pro Football Hall of Fame tour, through the game, gold jacket ceremony, parade and enshrinement speech, the Ravens, Ray Lewis and fans shared a magical long weekend.
Photos: Ray Lewis Gets Animated in Hall of Fame Speech
Podium? Ray Lewis doesn't use a podium! Check out the images from Ray's speech in the 2018 Pro Football Hall of Fame induction.
Photos: Old Friends (and Foes) at Ray Lewis’ Hall of Fame Party
Michael Phelps, Ed Reed, Steve Smith Sr., Eddie George, Jerome Bettis and more celebs came to celebrate with Ray Lewis.
Photos: Ray Lewis Feels the Love at Hall of Fame Parade
Ray Lewis and his daughter, Diaymon Lewis, rode through Canton in a convertible.
Photos: Emotional Ray Lewis Gets His Gold Jacket
Ray Lewis mingled with his fellow Hall of Famers and other celebrities at the Gold Jacket Dinner before his daughter, Diaymon, slipped the gold jacket over his shoulders.
Photos: Ray Lewis' Night at the Pro Football Hall of Fame Game
Former Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis fired up the crowd with his pregame dance, mingled with other Hall of Famers and waved to fans at Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium.
52 Ray Lewis Portraits Through the Years
Get an intimate look at No. 52 through the lens of our team photographers.
Ravens Players Blown Away By Hall of Fame
Look at the faces of the Ravens as they toured the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio.
Best 52 Action Photos From Ray Lewis’ Career
In 228 games, Ray Lewis recorded 2,643 tackles, 41.5 sacks, 31 interceptions and 20 fumble recoveries. In a word, he was dominant.
Here's What Ray Lewis Looked Like in College
Ray Lewis had the same swagger at the University of Miami. And check out those massive shoulder pads.
Best Photos From Ray Lewis' 17-Year Career
Team Photographers Shawn Hubbard and Phil Hoffman dug through their vaults. Here's the best of the best of the first-ballot Hall of Famer.