Ray Lewis III, the child of Baltimore Ravens legend and Genius Football Hall of Famer Ray Lewis, has kicked the bucket. He was 28 years of age.
Lewis’ more youthful sibling, Rahsaan Lewis, posted about his kin’s demise Thursday in an Instagram story.
Subtleties of the conditions encompassing his passing were not yet known.
“Truly can’t really accept that I’m in any event, composing this however Tear elder sibling,” Rahsaan Lewis composed. “A genuine heavenly messenger I pray (you’re) settled now on the grounds that ik the amount you was (truly) hurtin … I love you I love you I love you.”
Ray Lewis III played school football at Miami like his dad. The more youthful Lewis was a running back in his home province of Florida and later played cornerback at Beach front Carolina and Division II Virginia Association.
“Incredible young fellow and a superior partner,” Virginia Association partner lead trainer Diego Ryland told TMZ Sports. “The whole Virginia Association College people group is praying for the family as they manage the deficiency of Ray.”
Ray Lewis III passed on Thursday at age 28. The child of previous Miami Tropical storms and Baltimore Ravens Expert Football Hall of Distinction linebacker Ray Lewis, the more youthful Lewis played for his dad’s place of graduation for two seasons.
His sibling, Rahsaan, posted an image and message on his Instagram story affirming the shocking news, which has likewise been tended to by Lewis’ previous mentor at Virginia Association where he finished his playing vocation.
“Truly can’t completely accept that I’m in any event, composing this yet Tear older sibling. A genuine heavenly messenger I pray your settled now on the grounds that [I know] the amount you was [really] hurtin I don’t and will not at any point have the words man cuz this aggravation here,” Rashaan Lewis composed. “… I love you I love you I love you your niece gone miss you yet she will find out about u again and again look after all of us enormous broskie be our watchman I guarantee I’ll make you grin and pleased.”
Lewis III began his school football vocation with the Storms burning through two seasons as a cornerback. He showed up in nine all out games yet basically played in exceptional groups. He then moved to Seaside Carolina the next year where recorded 19 all out handles and returned kicks for the Chanticleers.
Lewis played his last school season at Virginia Association in 2017. He recorded 37 all out handles with three handles for misfortune. Previous Virginia Association mentor Imprint James remarked on Lewis’ passing on his own Facebook page: “Young fellow it was a joy to carry you to Virginia Association. Ray May God favor your loved ones. Incredible young fellow.”
The senior Lewis, presently 48, featured for the Ravens from 1996 to 2012, winning NFL Cautious Player of the Year in 2000 and 2003 and Super Bowl titles in 2000 and 2012.
Information from Reuters was used in this report.