So, Ray Lewis, now that you've won a Super Bowl, what's next?
No, he's not going to that amusement park. The Baltimore Ravens linebacker is heading into retirement - and he can't wait.
''Now I get to see a different side of life,'' Lewis said Sunday night after helping the Ravens beat the San Francisco 49ers 34-31. ''My family, and my sons, my kids, they've sacrificed for me. Now I have the opportunity to sacrifice for them.''
Lewis ended his 17-year NFL career in perfect fashion, directing a successful goal-line stand that provided him a world championship to take into retirement. After the 49ers failed to score on three straight plays from the Baltimore 5-yard line in the closing minutes, the Ravens could begin celebrating their first Super Bowl title in 12 years.
''How else can you finish that off but with a goal-line stand?'' Lewis said. ''That is championship football.''
The 13-time Pro Bowl star began his final night on the football field with a motivational speech to his...