Mar 25 • 58M

Happy Hour: Jamal Lewis would do it all again

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The Baltimore Ravens great may be suffering from scary CTE symptoms today but, as he explains, he'd do it all over again. Lewis was candid on a variety of topics:

  • Life today. Finding his why. He’s a busy man in Atlanta.

  • What made those 2000 Ravens so special. Tony Siragusa and Shannon Sharpe usually had teammates in stitches… and the rookie Lewis suspiciously was left paying most limo bills.

  • His Tennessee Vol days, playing with Peyton Manning and his thoughts on NIL.

  • The most vicious hit he ever took on the field. (It involves Sean Taylor.)

  • How football served as his saving grace, his outlet in the Adamsville neighborhood of Atlanta, Ga. The reason for his choppy running style? The field he used to play on was covered in glass.

  • Reconciling the violence of football. We all were questioning our relationship with the sport when Damar Hamlin nearly died on a field. And here’s Lewis, battling darker thoughts to this day. He explains why he’d still play a decade in the NFL and absorb all the collisions he did.

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