Ray Lewis Reportedly Taking A Stab At Joining FOX Sports As NFL Analyst
For the second time in his career, Ray Lewis is getting a second chance to turn things around.
The former Baltimore Ravens linebacker, who previously spent three years at ESPN before being fired, will now join FOX Sports as an NFL analyst, according to Michael McCarthy of Sporting News.
“The two-time Super Bowl champion with Ravens will analyze the league for both Fox Sports and the FS1 cable network.
Lewis is expected to appear on FS1’s Los Angeles-based studio shows: “Undisputed” (9:30 a.m. ET); “The Herd with Colin Cowherd” (noon ET); and “Speak for Yourself,” with Cowherd, Jason Whitlock and Jason McIntyre (5 p.m. ET).
Lewis also is expected to show up frequently on FS1’s first ever national morning show, “First Things First” with Cris Carter and Nick Wright. That new show will premiere from New York in time for the 2017 NFL season on Sep. 5 (6 a.m. ET).”
Lewis played his entire 17-year career in Baltimore, earning 13 Pro Bowl appearances, two Defensive Player of the Year awards, and helping the Ravens to a pair of Super Bowl titles.