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As Ray Lewis enters Hall of Fame, family in 2000 killings still mourns

As Ray Lewis enters Hall of Fame, family in 2000 killings still mourns

CANTON, Ohio — A lighted glass platform at the Pro Football Hall of Fame awaits the bronze bust of Ray Lewis, the Baltimore Ravens icon to be inducted next week, capping a career among the sport’s most remarkable: a Super Bowl ring for each hand, a collection of Pro Bowl appearances and the love of a city and region grateful for his hard-charging work ethic and fiery oratory.

Like the 9-foot-tall, 1,200-pound statue of Lewis that greets fans outside M&T Bank Stadium, the man still looms large over Baltimore. Five years after his final game, his No. 52 jersey remains among the NFL’s most popular. Kids still imitate his signature “squirrel” dance — high knees, long side steps,...

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