At the Ravens' Super Bowl rally on Tuesday, Lewis brought the Lombardi Trophy out onto the field. After picking up a piece of grass and listening to the raucous cheers, Lewis handed the trophy off to Ed Reed and broke into his famous dance. The crowd at M&T Bank Stadium ate it up, seeing their man dance for one last time.
Lewis, a seven-time All-Pro linebacker, played for 17 seasons in Baltimore. Sunday's Super Bowl win was his last game.
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