"Seventeen years ago, on Oct. 13, 1996, Baltimore's rookie middle linebacker tackled the Colts quarterback for his first career sack. In Sunday's Super Bowl, Lewis has a chance to achieve some poignant symmetry in what he has billed as his last game -- a final career sack against Jim Harbaugh's 49ers," Garber wrote. "It's a minor thread in the grand scheme of things, perhaps, but it's another example of the NFL's mysterious circle of life. It was only a single play, one of more than 15,000 in his career, one of more than 2,500 tackles from one of 248 games, but it remains a milestone that Lewis clearly cherishes. Harbaugh? Not so much."