The Ray Lewis Coaching Tree - Part 3





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Published on Sep 24, 2010

Credit: NFL Films

There are currently 5 NFL head coaches that used to be former coordinators of Baltimore Ravens Ray Lewis. There's no coincidence here, check out Ray Lewis' coaching tree presented by NFL Films. (Part 3 of 3)

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When it's all said and done, Ray Lewis wont go down as the best Raven of all time. He'll go down as simply "The Raven". None other.
The closing mintues are the BEST of an excellent segment. He sincerely was happy for his " former " coworkers and the success they had in working with him and subsequently getting the " Opportunity " to become Head Coaches of their own teams. Wow! How many times do you see that in Life? Well in his case, it's 5 times! hehe. Now, I'm not a Ray Lewis fan, per se. But, I am Very big fan of the concept of " Loyalty. " Ray Lewis is Loyal to his Organization. 
Sam Broughton
Ive never liked the Ravens but I have always liked Ray Lewis. He is one of the final true defensive players left in the game 
I love this entire series! Each one of these coaches have a defensive mindset in an offensive game and they all bring something different to the table! Ray connect these guys together because he is a special player from the day that I saw him play at the U! I know he will be in the Hall someday!
Abrey Bernard
I can see it right now, Ray Lewis, the commissioner of the nfl! Oh? haha all I know is that he's going to be back soon.
Agreed.. Willis is not ray. He even got his number from ray. Future H.O.F. Unlike Chad Johnson lol (refuse to call him Ochocinco)
6 now. Chuck Pagano... "The Lewis 6"
Niners all day everyday
Ray leawis then willis now bowmen
They better start losing games. Teo should go in the top 10.
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