For his last time on the Baltimore Ravens stage, Ray Lewis wasn't going to let some trophy get in the way of his dancing.
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.