NFL free agency is a big deal.
The draft is just a few months away and it’s one of the most important events in the entire sport.
Lewis will leave the Ravens after his rookie contract expires.
Lewis, who was the Ravens’ defensive backs coach in 2017, said he wants to finish his career in Baltimore.
“I want to play at a high level,” Lewis said.
“It’s a big part of my legacy.
Lewis is coming off back-to-back Pro Bowl appearances with the Ravens in 2017 and 2018. “
There’s a lot of things going on in my life, and I want my kids to have the opportunity to play in the NFL.”
Lewis is coming off back-to-back Pro Bowl appearances with the Ravens in 2017 and 2018.
Lewis is on pace for just 12 sacks this season.
He’s the second-leading tackler on the Ravens with 27.
Lewis said he will always be grateful for what he’s been given in Baltimore and the opportunity he has had.
“The only thing I want more than anything is to have an opportunity to get to the Super Bowl,” Lewis told NFL Network.
“That’s what I’ve always wanted.
“They’re going to have to give me that opportunity to go to the next level. “
If they don’t, I’m going to keep playing at that level. “
They’re going to have to give me that opportunity to go to the next level.
Lewis has been with the team for six seasons and won two Super Bowls. “
If they give me a chance, I want that opportunity and I’m not going to let that stop me from playing at my highest level.”
Lewis has been with the team for six seasons and won two Super Bowls.
He is the fourth Ravens cornerback to sign a long-term deal.
He joins Pro Bowlers Richard Sherman, Jimmy Smith and Terrell Suggs.
Lewis has not missed a game since the start of the 2018 season.
Lewis was cut by the Ravens last month after a career-high eight interceptions.
He was suspended for the first six games of this season and was fined $25,000 by the NFL for failing to comply with league discipline.
Lewis made his first career Pro Bowl in 2018.
He had 12 tackles, one interception and a forced fumble in a 23-17 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals.
Lewis joined the Ravens at the end of the 2017 season and had an All-Pro season in 2017.
He played in 11 games in 2018, starting 11.
He led the Ravens to three NFC East titles, including a win over the Green Bay Packers.
He also led the NFL with 10 pass breakups and had seven interceptions.
Lewis missed four games in 2016 after suffering a season-ending knee injury.
Lewis returned to the field in 2018 and had five tackles and one interception in six games.
He won the NFC Defensive Player of the Year award and finished second in the Pro Bowl voting.
He made $14 million in free agency this offseason.
Lewis’ departure will make way for new defensive coordinator Ray Horton to replace Jim Schwartz.
The Ravens have the sixth-highest cap space in the league.
The organization has invested heavily in signing free agents this offseason and has already invested in the cornerback position.
Former Ravens linebacker Elvis Dumervil signed a four-year, $48 million deal with the Houston Texans.
The former defensive end had 14 sacks and 29 tackles in five seasons with the Baltimore Ravens.