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"3 years and 20 million dollars later, and I still miss playing college ball... I gotta go back and see coach Saban"
Might be the best visit he could ever make.
Damn, he must mean he's going to get released and sign with Cleveland . . .
how nice would it be to go to the pats with hightower and mayo and spikes? that would be lethal but they are pretty much full
I hope he has a chance to have a sit down with Saban and gets some advise!
I think he would fit great here in ATL. Mike Smith is strong enough to keep him in line.
I agree except for the fact that it is too close to Decatur....
While the AJC is busy attacking Saban, here is a real-life example of the kind of role model he is for these players, even three years removed from the program.
RTR, Ro - go get the help you need.
Sad. Hope he visits and his life turns. Good future ahead.
Totally agree w this
Baltimore. Fits the scheme. Ozzie at GM. Harbaugh is a great coach. Could be great with a couple years with Ray Lewis. Not only one of the great LB's ever. But he could really help him grow an mature away from football.
Never Gets Old
Just so I am understanding this, you want Ray Lewis to mentor Ro on how to conduct himself away from the field?
Rolando could make a good assistant coach one day.
When Ray was a young player he had a lot of off the field issues. He grew and matured from them and has become an ambassador for the game and does a lot of motivational speaking. I think he is just the guy to help Ro. He has been where Ro is. Surrounded by people bringing him down.
or possible GA here at bama if things dont turn around quickly
I dig this. And Ray ray is getting old. It's time for a new franchise player to take over the reigns over the next two years. And I like the Ravens, but... [whistle]
Sorry, have to pass on that.
Seriously I think Shawnboy is on to something here. I have heard on a couple of different occasions where Ray was a motivational speaker and pretty active in the community. Is he the best role model? nah, but I bet he could get Ro back in line.
You can pass on it if you want but that doesnt make what shawnboy said any less correct. Ray Lewis had a lot of crap surrounding himself early in his career, but has since cleaned his act up and is the exact type of player the NFL is all about. I think this move would make perfect sense, and honestly would probably be one of the best moves both parties could make.
Ro's in a tough spot and definitely needs a sit down with CNS, hope he gets it soon.
Sorry,I accidently down voted you.
Standing on a hill in my mountain of dreams,
Telling myself it's not as hard as it seems - Led Zeppelin
Maybe the falcons could put one of those ankle bracelets on him that will alarm within 100 miles of Decatur.
1984 300ZX Anniversary Model, 1970 Olds 442 W-30 & Pepper Bird
As good an idea is that is, he has to be part of the growing up process.
The whole idea of the babysitter with Dez is just crazy. Yea these young men need guidence, but not babysitters.
Agree, would be a good fit
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