Veteran linebacker will be making his final appearance for the franchise.
The Baltimore Ravens have arrived in New Orleans ahead of the Super Bowl XLVII, where they will take on theSan Francisco 49ers.
“We’ve been getting ready for these guys for a week, so we understand the challenge,” said Baltimore head coach John Harbaugh.
“It’s the Super Bowl, it’s a big deal. We’re very excited about that. We’re going to try and enjoy that part of it but enjoy the football more than anything. Our guys are football players, you know, they love football. They love everything that goes with it and that’s what we’ll be focused on.”
Meanwhile, Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis, who will be making his final-ever appearance for the franchise, said: “You know, the bottom line is we’re here to win a game. And there’s only two teams left right now.
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“And for us to be where we are right now, we have to finish what we started the whole year. And for me, that’s one thing about when we came here in 2000. And there was so many guys that were so dialled in, just so focused and that’s the same thing I’m trying to spread to this team.
“You know, what is our focus on, why are we really here in New Orleans? I know there’s a lot of things going on. I know there’s a lot of things you could be doing outside. But the bottom line is man, we’re here for a business trip.”
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