Ray Lewis' career will end on Sunday, when the Ravens are beaten by the Patriots. He will be remembered as one of the finest linebackers ever to play the sport, with NFL Defensive Player of the year awards, a Super Bowl ring and MVP award, and beloved status in Baltimore. He will also be remembered as a guy with six kids through a bunch of different baby mamas, and, at the very least, as an accomplice in a brutal murder in Atlanta following Super Bowl XXXIV in 2000. Because of the unpredictability of black communities with star athletes and rioting, Mr. Lewis served a few months in prison in the summer of 2000, having been only convicted as being an "obstruction of justice" in the murder. In any event, he served his time, and the following season, anchored one of the best defenses in NFL history as the Ravens won Super Bowl XXXV over the Giants. Following the AFC Championship game on Sunday, Mr. Lewis will move on to broadcasting with ESPN, where he will join a list of other superb broadcasters past and present, such as Michael Irvin , Cris Carter , and Tedy Bruschi . It is there will Mr. Lewis will dissect (hopefully only in the figurative sense) the matchup between the Patriots and 49ers in Super Bowl XLVII. Good Luck to one of the all time great sports figures/criminals on his new ventures after football!