GS: 6 | GP: 6 | Snaps: 443 Season in review: Lewis manned the middle of the Ravens defense until he tore his right triceps in a Week 6 win over the Dallas Cowboys. At first it appeared to be a season-ending injury, but the team kept the door open for a late-season return. Lewis rejoined the lineup at the start of the playoffs. While he understandably did not play at a Hall-of-Fame level, he played every defensive snap in the playoffs. Signature moment: Four days before the wild-card round, Lewis lifted his teammates by announcing that the playoffs would be his last ride. Four games later, he lifted a Lombardi Trophy for a second time. Stat that stands out: 51 -- tackles by Lewis in the playoffs, the most ever by a player in playoff history. Pro Football Focus grade: -16.8 overall | -1.2 against the run | -2.9 as a pass rusher | -11.7 in pass coverage. Outlook for 2013 and beyond: Lewis has retired and will take his talents to ESPN -- at the end of the day.
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