Green Bay Packers Missed out on Ray Lewis by One Pick

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Green Bay Packers Missed out on Ray Lewis by One Pick
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From the "what if" file, we take you back to the spring of 1996. Ray Lewis is a middle linebacker out of the University of Miami considered too small by many teams. The Green Bay Packers were not one of them. The Packers had already written Lewis' name on the card to be the 27th selection of the draft. The Baltimore Ravens grabbed him at No. 26 and the rest is history. "That's what happened," Kansas City Chiefs general manager John Dorsey told Milwaukee Journal Sentinal reporter Bob McGinn. "You never know."

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