The Ravens star has had many highlights in his playing career, and ups and downs in his life outside of football as he has repaired his public image over the years:
Ray Lewis through the years
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“The Hangover Part III” doesn’t bother to Xerox the original 2009 hit comedy, as 2011’s witless “Hangover 2” did. Instead, it heads in different, if utterly formulaic, directions.
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Lester gave up five runs in the first two innings, and the Red Sox offense couldn’t bail him out.
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Students participating in the “Louder Than a Bomb” poetry slam competition find words — even raw, emotional words — can heal.
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The Tesla Model S may be about to spark an automotive revolution, with an environmental benefit.
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Kurt Schwitters was one of the most fascinating of modern artists, and this large work is his most commanding in the United States.
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Through two games of the second-round series, the young defenseman has shown that he can deal with the pressure of the playoffs.
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A sudden drop in foreclosures proves that foreclosure avoidance efforts work, if banks are serious about making them work.
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The 23d Headquarters Special Troops, which served during World War II, is the subject of the documentary “The Ghost Army.”
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The Patriots tight end has the skills to land in the Hall of Fame. But with his injury history, will we end up asking “what if he had stayed healthy?”
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Many students who aren’t native English speakers may become victims of a 2002 statewide referendum that gutted bilingual education in Massachusetts.
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On darkened Jack Barry Field at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, “UP: The Umbrella Project” was beautiful and a bit goofy.
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The Northeast Corridor is a critical regional asset, and that means Connecticut needs to speed up repairs to the rail line.
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Disney was met with a firestorm when the company showed a more glamorous version of Merida, the beloved star of the movie “Brave.”
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Oscar-winner Geena Davis returns to Boston to raise awareness of gender disparity in media programming aimed at young children.
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The fresh enthusiasm brought by Andris Nelsons should win the Boston Symphony Orchestra many new fans.
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