LOOK: Ravens unveil Ray Lewis statue outside M&T Bank Stadium
Ray Lewis statue was unveiled outside of M&T Bank Stadium on Thursday.
Ray Lewis is a legend in Baltimore. He won two Super Bowls as a member of the Ravens, is a sure-fire Hall of Famer and walked off after winning Baltimore's last title.
He's the greatest player in the Ravens short history and it makes sense to honor him with a statue. So the Ravens did just that on Thursday.
Ray Lewis: "Stand for something, or else you'll fall for anything." pic.twitter.com/kguUNeJBS2- Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) September 4, 2014
Ray Lewis: "I made up my mind that no weapon formed against me would prosper." #52legend— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) September 4, 2014
Ray Lewis: "We did it our way. We made sure they started putting in rules for offense!"— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) September 4, 2014
Afterwards, everyone in the crowd proceeded to run through a brick wall. That was immediately followed by one final intro dance from Lewis.
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