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Ravens fans turn Ray Lewis' Hall of Fame induction into Baltimore celebration

Ravens fans turn Ray Lewis' Hall of Fame induction into Baltimore celebration

When Ray Lewis arrived in Baltimore 22 years ago, the second-ever draft pick for a franchise with no jersey, no history and no identity, he resolved to build a new football culture in his adopted city.

He succeeded beyond his and his fans’ wildest dreams, delivering two Super Bowls, countless fiery stadium entrances and the indelible No. 52 to a town that had felt jilted by the departure of the Colts a dozen years earlier.

So when Lewis arrived in Ohio this week to join the hallowed ring of NFL greats in the Pro Football Hall of Fame, he was naturally greeted by many of the Ravens supporters he’d touched. They’d made their way from Maryland in planes, buses and cars, wearing...

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