Ray Lewis once again dances around issue of Super Bowl XXXIV murders
Is Ray Lewis a murderer? No. But he was present when a double murder occurred. Robert Wheel looks at the 13-year-old case to assess Lewis's complicated off-field legacy.
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Do people like Ray Lewis? It's hard to tell. Baltimoreans clearly do. But everybody else? No, right? He is—at this point—an average player, one who consumes the spotlight with canned postgame bible-thumping and tears.
Ray Lewis' interview with former Baltimore Ravens teammate Shannon Sharpe provided one of the few intriguing moments of the first few hours of CBS' pregame show. Sharpe asked Lewis what . Murder, rape, dealing drugs, whatever. Hes an f'n murderer
CBS aired a taped interview with Ray Lewis before the Super Bowl, and Lewis had an odd answer when asked about the 2000 double-murder that continues to dog his legacy. Some background: Lewis was found guilty of obstruction of justice in connection