Ravens’ Lewis dishes about team’s rookies and more

Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis has become one of the league’s elder statesman. His leadership and passion for the game are unmatched, and have helped him carve out a wildly successful 14-year career.

In an interview with Rich Eisen on NFL Total Access, Lewis talked about his impressions of Baltimore’s rookie class, and also discussed his role as a mentor not just for the Ravens young stars, but for players around the league.

Perhaps the most interesting part of the exchange, however, comes when Lewis takes a look back at his attempt to teach Eisen how to take on a blocking sled at the 2005 Pro Bowl. Check it out in the above video.

For more on the Ravens, make sure to check out NFL Network insider Jason La Canfora‘s report on Michael Oher moving to left tackle, and watch the 2010 Ravens’ outlook video.

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