Monday, January 7, 2013

Video: Aquarium worker does Ray Lewis tribute dance under water

Last week, Baltimore Ravens Pro Bowl linebacker Ray Lewis told his teammates that this year's playoffs were to be "his last ride". Translation: the 37-year old, Hall of Fame bound defender is retiring after the season.

The 17-year veteran made his last trip out of the Ravens' tunnel before their home game against the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday. While doing so, he showed off his signature dance, much to the delight of the 70,000 fans at M&T Bank Stadium.

The folks at the Baltimore National Aquarium wanted to pay tribute to Lewis and his dance, and did so be sending a worker to do it under water amongst sharks, sting rays, and other live animals. Not too shabby.

Baltimore cruised past Andrew Luck and the Colts, 24-9, to keep their season and Lewis' playing career alive. They are set to travel to Denver next Saturday for the AFC Divisional round game.


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