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In his 16th year with the Ravens and in the NFL, Ray Lewis continues to amaze with his longevity and high level of play. Some day, Lewis will take a long look at his accomplishments and decide that this chapter of his life has come to an end. And when he does make that decision, the 12-time Pro Bowl linebacker said he would consider coaching. Joking that he must begin by coaching his sons, Lewis acknowledged his interest in joining the coaching ranks. If the opportunity presents itself to whatever opens up, it opens up, he said Thursday. I am not opposed to it. Its definitely something that I am just natural to do because I am always trying to grab knowledge to share it one way or another. Its just a great opportunity if it does open up. Source: Baltimore Sun
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