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Ray Lewis’ deal is reported as a 7-year deal

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Obviously with all NFL contracts, the only truth lies in the actual bonus money. But reports abound that Ray Lewis’ deal, which was signed yesterday, was actually listed as a 7-year deal with $15.5 million of guaranteed money.

The Ravens have said that Lewis will be back in Baltimore sometime late next week for a formal press conference to announce that he’s planning to spend the rest of his career as a Raven. The questions at that press conference should be notable. WNST will cover the event.

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