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Baltimore Ravens Hall of Fame linebacker Ray Lewis is starting his own podcast called, “Everyday Greatness. The Ray Lewis Podcast.” New episodes will be available every Friday on iTunes, Spotify, Google podcasts, PodcastOne.com and other platforms. PATRICK SMITH/GETTY IMAGES
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Baltimore Ravens fans flocked to M&T Bank Stadium every time Ray Lewis took the field from 1996 – 2012. The Super Bowl MVP and 13-time Pro Bowl linebacker even has a statute outside of the stadium. His story of overcoming a rough childhood and his drive to become great has served as motivation for so many people.
Imagine being able to listen to Baltimore Ravens Hall of Fame linebacker Ray Lewis tell stories and offer words of encouragement basically whenever you want. The idea of being able to have that kind of access to Lewis is a dream for most Ravens fans.
Fans can now get an up-close experience with Lewis because he is starting his own podcast called, “Everyday Greatness. The Ray Lewis Podcast.” New episodes will be available every Friday on iTunes, Spotify, Google podcasts, PodcastOne.com and other platforms.
Here is the description of the podcast from the home page: “Through compelling interviews and sharing personal stories and life lessons— both on and off the field, “Everyday Greatness: The Ray Lewis Podcast” is an opportunity to join the former NFL linebacker in his life-long quest to understand what inspires and motivates GREATNESS.”
Lewis says he decided to start the podcast after his daughter Diamond told him that all of his great stories should be shared with the masses. Throughout his
12-year career, Lewis was known as one of the NFL’s all-time best leaders and motivators. Countless teammates have said Lewis’ intense leadership helped push them to higher levels of Greatness.
Having led Ravens teams to the only two Super Bowl wins in franchise history, Lewis should have an extensive library full of stories to share on his podcast.
“I am excited to announce the launch of my new podcast. Every day we try to figure out a way to be better, a way to better our situation, a way to come out of bad situations. Now, I get this opportunity to sit back and share, travel the world and interview some awesome people, to actually chase what greatness is,” Lewis said on his PodcastOne.com homepage. “I believe, if you think about where we are now in this pandemic, we are in a place that you now have time to re-identify with yourself. So, I am asking you to come along with me on this ride and download new episodes of Everyday Greatness. The Ray Lewis podcast every Friday! It’s not what you have, it’s what’s inside of you that actually inspires greatness.”