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Michael Phelps stopped by Baltimore Ravens’ practice to say ‘Go get ‘em’

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Immediately after this picture was taken, Ray Lewis sacked Michael Phelps. (Facebook)

Gajillion-time Olympic medalist Michael Phelps stopped by Baltimore Ravens practice on Monday to motivate the players as the regular season nears.

"'Go get 'em!' that was basically his message," Ravens coach John Harbaugh said. "He just talked about the last four years and what it takes to persevere like that, and he said, 'Go get 'em.' .. He had a great message for us, and we appreciate that."

Phelps retired from swimming competition after breaking the all-time Olympic medal record in London. He's 27, is 6-foot-4 and has the reach of a 6-foot-8 man, and is known for his speed. Perhaps this "visit" was just a ruse to start working Phelps out at wide receiver?

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