On Lamar Jackson and Ed Reed, Ray Lewis still has a lot to say

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Pro Football Hall of Famer and 13-time Pro Bowler Ray Lewis joined the Ravens broadcast booth where he talked Lamar Jackson, Ed Reed and NFL safety in the first quarter.

Lewis got sentimental when play-by-play man Gerry Sandusky asked about Reed's recent induction to the Hall of Fame, where Lewis was enshrined a year earlier.  

"There was no stress," Lewis said. "With Ed, it was to me going in twice. It's that brotherhood, that bond that we had. To see that happen, for us to do that with Defensive Player of The Year's back-to-back then to the Hall of Fame, I sat there like a little kid all over again, like, 'Wow, I get a chance to actually witness this.'"

Sandusky, Lewis and former coach Brian Billick talked about the Ravens new offense, led by Jackson. With the Ravens expected to run different rushing concepts this season, Billick joked with Lewis about what Lewis would have done if he'd faced that type of offense.

"The quarterback is going to pay a price, legally, outside of the pocket," Billick quipped.

"If he is a problem, we're going to solve that problem. It's still a physical game. He (Jackson) just has to be better on his decisions. There's some hits he can't take. We saw Garoppolo take a hit, you cant take those extra hits when you play that position." 

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On Lamar Jackson and Ed Reed, Ray Lewis still has a lot to say originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington