Ravens great Ray Lewis reportedly out at ESPN

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After serving as an NFL analyst for the last three seasons, former Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis is reportedly out at ESPN.
According to The Big Lead, ESPN is parting ways with Lewis, who was not part of the network’s NFL draft coverage last month. The future Hall of Fame linebacker was hired by ESPN immediatey after his retirement at the end of the 2012 season, but his work had been criticized during his tenure on more than one occasion with his trademark passion not always translating to cogent analysis.
Lewis isn’t the only ex-player leaving the network as Hall of Fame receiver Cris Carter is also being let go while Randy Moss will join fellow newcomers Matt Hasselbeck and Charles Woodson this season.