Found March 14, 2013 on Larry Brown Sports:
When it comes to sports tattoos, it doesn’t get more realistic looking than this. A guy named JD Baker shared a picture on Twitter of a Ray Lewis tattoo he got on his calf this week. Baker says he went to 15th Street Tattoo Studio in Edmond, Okla., for his work. As you can see, there is one shot of Lewis in pads, and another close-up of the former Baltimore Ravens linebacker’s face. At the bottom of the tattoo, it says “G.O.A.T.,” which is an acronym for “Greatest of All Time.” Baker says he is going to get a tattoo of Deion Sanders on his leg next, and that he plans to make his entire leg a sleeve of tattoos with an NFL legends theme. I wonder which players are going to make the cut. We have passed along a number of sports-related tattoos fans have gotten over the years. Some of them are pretty good, while others are pretty bad. This would definitely qualify as one of the good tattoos. It looks just like Lewis. Photo credit: Twitter/JD Baker H/T Darren Rovell Related posts: Fan h...
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