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Dan Shaughnessy

Ray Lewis will tackle (almost) any subject

NEW ORLEANS — He talked about the “Saturday Night Live” parody of his tears and antics. He talked about his hospitalized grandmother and how proud he’ll be when he takes his son to enroll at the University of Miami next week. He talked about God, “the journey,” and the Ravens winning the Super Bowl Sunday night.

He dodged a report that he used a banned substance to recover from a torn triceps, and reluctantly looked back at the dark days of 2000 when he was charged with murder and ultimately pled guilty to a misdemeanor charge of obstruction of justice after two men were killed in the hours after Super Bowl XXXIV in Atlanta.

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