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A Look Inside Ray Lewis' Gmail Inbox

BALTIMORE, MD - FEBRUARY 05:  Ray Lewis #52 of the Baltimore Ravens celebrates with his teammates as they celebrate during their Super Bowl XLVII victory parade on February 5, 2013 in Baltimore, Maryland. The Baltimore Ravens captured their second Super Bowl title by defeating the San Francisco 49ers.  (Photo by Patrick McDermott/Getty Images)
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Nick KostoraContributor IIIFebruary 12, 2013

What if we could find out exactly what the newly retired Ray Lewis was up to? It can sometimes be fun to take a trip down make-believe boulevard, and that is exactly what this look inside the Baltimore Ravens linebacker's Gmail inbox will provide.

Which teams are reaching out in desperate pleas to bring him out of retirement?

Which teammates are begging him for one more year?

And which pop moguls are asking for Lewis' help?

Let's start with a look at Lewis' general inbox:

Some interesting information certainly comes to light after peeking behind the veil a little bit.

For instance, who knew that Ray Rice felt a slight inferiority complex about being the second most famous Ray on the Ravens roster?

And how in the world is Shaq contemplating a second Kazaam movie? Wasn't the first one bad enough?

Still, these are far from the most interesting items in the inbox. Let's take a closer look at one particular item sent from :

The fact that Lewis was pining for a free ticket is bad enough, but the fact that he would try to steal thunder away from Joe Flacco is terrible.


Finally, we look at perhaps the most intriguing email in the entire inbox, as the Hall of Fame is getting slightly irritated with Lewis:

Lewis will undoubtedly be wearing a golden jacket in the near future, but he needs to be patient in the meantime.


I hope you enjoyed this look inside the fictional Gmail inbox of Ray Lewis. Again, keep in mind that this is all meant in good fun and to provide humor.

Are there any emails you would have included? Sound off in the comments below.

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