Former NFL linebacker for the Baltimore Ravens Ray Lewis is going to be appearing on The Steve Harvey Show at 3:00 p.m. on this coming Monday, June 1st. Lewis will be discussing his football achievements of course, but he will also talk about how he stays physically in shape even now that he doesn’t play the sport for his job. This stems from his youth when he decided to get his body strong in order to protect his mother from all the domestic violence happening in their home. The former Raven will be telling Harvey about his routine and tactics for keeping himself on the ball.
The two-time Super Bowl champion got started in football at the University of Miami where he managed to score a spot on the starting lineup by the end of his freshman year. After completing three years of college he entered in the 1996 NFL draft and was picked up by the Baltimore Ravens, with whom he stayed with for all 16 years of his football career. The 13-time Pro Bowl player and a pretty rough childhood, but he used those experiences to make himself better and stronger for his mother, who was mostly his only parent. After reitiring from football, the three-time AFC Defensive Player of the Year took a job as a sports analyst for ESPN. Lewis now also has a son, Ray Lewis III, who plays the sport at Coastal Carolina University as well.
The linebacker will be on television for Steve Harvey’s show this coming Monday, June 1, and it is going to be an extremely interesting episode so be sure to catch it.
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