After Peyton Manning and Ray Lewis squared off for the last time in their storied NFL careers, the two legends shared a private moment off the field.
Chad Steele, the Ravens' director of media relations, tweeted a picture last night of the Broncos quarterback chatting in the locker room with the Ravens linebacker, who will retire after this season. According to Steele, Manning and his family waited an hour and a half after the game to congratulate Lewis.
Lewis recorded a game-high 17 tackles (10 solo) in the Ravens' 38-35 win. Manning went 28-for-43 for 290 yards, three touchdowns and two interceptions.