Ray Lewis began his final playoff run with one last dance in the home of the Baltimore Ravens.
The 37-year-old Lewis will end his 17-year NFL career after the Ravens complete a postseason that began with Sunday's first-round game against the Indianapolis Colts.
Lewis returned to his middle linebacker position after a 10-week absence. Minutes before the opening kickoff, Lewis thrilled the sellout crowd during introductions by coming out of the tunnel and gyrating to the tune ''Hot in Herre.''
Hundreds of fans had their cellphones raised to either take a picture or videotape the moment.
Lewis does the dance only before home games, and this was Baltimore's last this season at M&T Bank Stadium.
If the Ravens don't win Sunday, it will be Lewis' final game. If they beat the Colts, the Ravens will next play on Saturday in Denver.
Lewis concluded pre-game warmups by addressing the entire team on the 5-yard line. After his short speech, Lewis hugged a few teammates, mingled with a ...