Has the world forgotten that in 2000, Lewis was arrested for MURDER? I don't know what happened to his famous white suit, but I would give a few bucks to see it re-surface and the case re-opened. Following in the footsteps of O.J. Simpson, he managed to avoid prosecution...mainly by throwing his friends under the bus and testifying against them. What a sweetheart! Lewis ended up with a year's probation and a hefty fine from the NFL. Unfortunately, the two victims are serving a "life-sentence" of death.
As it stands now, no one was ever convicted in these murders, which took place in a bar with tons of witnesses. Highly suspicious! To add to that, Lewis agreed to settlements with one of the victim's families, on the condition that they do not discuss the crime.
Yes, I know, he could possibly be an innocent victim, but give me a break. Lewis was charged with battery against two different women while he was in college. He also has fathered six children with four different woman, while remaining a bachelor. Would you want your daughter involved with this guy?
I don't think a leopard changes his spots. While folks site his participation in charitable works as a sign of his evolved character, the Ray Lewis 52 Foundation does not impress me. It is supposed to provide help to economically deprived youth, but it is not rated with any of the major charity rating services and the website is pretty meager. As a non-profit, I'm sure they are having to hand out money to someone, but the lack of substantive events leaves one wondering. You'd think there just might be more than 4 photos of Foundation events out on the Internet.
Saint Lewis? ...not in my book!