Lewis star of media day
NEW ORLEANS – At 12:18 p.m. Tuesday, Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis sat at a raised table and wrapped a towel around his neck, and from there, the Super Bowl media day circus was on.
Lewis will be one of the faces of Super Bowl week, for reasons he embraces and others he’d like to forget. He’s a certain future Hall of Famer and a man whose words often veer toward faith and family. But there also are questions about whether he used performance-enhancing drugs and his involvement in the death of two young men outside an Atlanta nightclub in 2000.
“I think when you talk about a legend,” said Lewis, who will retire after the championship game, “when you talk about leaving a legacy, I think it is all about what your peers speak about you.”
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