Relive the career and Hall of Fame induction of great Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis.
Linebacker Ray Lewis joked that he nearly pulled his hamstring doing his famous 'Squirrel Dance' Sunday at M&T Bank Stadium.
Before being presented as the Legend of the Game, Ray Lewis delighted fans by breaking out his signature dance.
Hall of Famer Ray Lewis rides through the streets of Baltimore during his celebration weekend.
Ravens Hall of Fame linebacker Ray Lewis talks about his love of Baltimore.
Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis spoke for about 33 minutes. Here's the best of his amazing Pro Football Hall of Fame Speech.
Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis gave an epic 33-minute speech full of emotion and inspiration, just as fans would expect. Watch the full thing here.
Linebacker Ray Lewis is joined on stage by Hall of Famer Jonathan Ogden to perform Lewis' squirrel dance during his Hall of Fame speech.
Ray Lewis' daughter, Diaymon Lewis, presents her father for enshrinement into the Pro Football Hall of Fame class of 2018.
Former NFL safety and Raven Ed Reed shares stories about former NFL linebacker Ray Lewis.
Ravens fans show their love and appreciation for Ray Lewis, who excited and inspired so many in Baltimore with his play on the field and messages off it.
Hall of Fame linebacker Ray Lewis and soon-to-be HOF safety Ed Reed reminisce about playing together for 11 years, their friendship, their hard work and how they define greatness.
Ray Lewis' daughter, Diaymon, presents her father with his Hall of Fame gold jacket during a ceremony Friday night.
Hall of Famer Ray Lewis had a special relationship with Baltimore over career, and he said it will never end.
As Ray Lewis took the field for intros at the start of the Hall of Fame game, his former head coach yelled at him to do his signature dance.
Hall of Fame linebacker Ray Lewis hugged former teammate Terrell Suggs, who will fly back to Canton to see him officially inducted, but sidestepped cornerback Marlon Humphrey.
Hall of Famer Rod Woodson makes the case for his former teammate, Ray Lewis, on 'Good Morning Football.'
Hall of Fame wide receiver Cris Carter teases Ray Lewis about how long his Hall of Fame speech will be Saturday night.
Rookie quarterback Joe Flacco first met Ray Lewis in a hot tub. You've got to hear these stories.
Brian Billick, Tony Siragusa, Adalius Thomas, Michael McCrary, Duane Starks and more players discuss the player and leader that No. 52 was for the Ravens.
In 2010, 'Ray Lewis Way' in downtown Baltimore was dedicated to Ray Lewis, who worked hard to help people in his adopted community.
Just months after playing his final game, the Ravens put Ray Lewis in their Ring of Honor at M&T Bank Stadium.
Here's the speech Ray Lewis gave when his statue was unveiled next to the great Johnny Unitas.
Ray Lewis entertained for 17 seasons in Baltimore. Go on the field to get the best Lewis motivational speeches, trash talk and more.
Go inside Super Bowl XLVII and the Ravens' epic goal-line stand with the Ravens leader.