Baltimore’s Marriott Waterfront Displays Ray Lewis Light Show

The Baltimore Ravens will be heading into the AFC Championship game on Sunday against the New England Patriots at Gillette Stadium with superstar Ray Lewis potentially playing the last game of his career in the NFL. Lewis continues to stick by his retirement plans with no intention of returning next season regardless of the outcome of Sunday’s game.

With all the added attention surrounding Lewis’ pending retirement, the two-time Defensive Player of the Year has been showing up all over the place with billboards in Boston mocking a retirement party with a countdown that ends on Sunday and in a light show on the side of the Baltimore’s Marriott Waterfront in Harbor East.

The light show starts with Lewis’ number 52 flashing and then breaks into a huge image of the star linebacker doing his trademark dance. The show is literally 10 to 15 stories tall and must be extremely irritating for the guest of the Marriott, but definitely a testament of how popular Lewis is in Baltimore.


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