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Thread: Would you hire Ray Lewis as a coach for the Dolphins?

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    OPINION Would you hire Ray Lewis as a coach for the Dolphins?

    Not as The Head Coach...But I would love to have him in our system. I think he would be an exciting addition to our coaching staff. He is looked up to by everyone in the Ravens organization. I Would love to see him come up through our system and who knows. Probably just a crazy thought, but i was thinking that today as I watched how he handled himself and what excitement he brings to the field, game, sideline and city.
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    He's going to stay in Baltimore at some role. I'm shocked he's retiring honestly, guy has played for 17 years and barely has a net worth of 10 million. He hasn't been taking care of his finances.
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    who knows , I mean just because he is a great player does not make him a coach. would rather have Zach Thomas just because he actually played here
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    He could really teach guys how to knife through the line and kill some RBs and QBs. Our LBs would be slashing through OLs and force fumbles with an explosive stabbing motion when they hit the opposition.

    Our DL would definately not be the ones getting gashed on Sundays.

    When its time to trim the roster, he could definately be the guy to make the tough cuts. What better speaker could we get to motivate guys who have just been slashed off the roster?

    Since Philbin likes a clean locker room, Lewis could even pitch in with the laundry. He can get blood stains out of clothing pretty quickly.

    Having said all of that, I will pass on Ray Lewis.

    Bill Belichick on "putting the tape on"
    http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2013/08/18/belichick-takes-a-shot-at-experts-who-have-it-all-figured-out/


    and i say it's tom brady with better legs...he reads the field presnap like tom brady...reminds me so much of him although tannehills ahead of bradys development in year 2 imo
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    even in his sophomoric way of saying things there is a point to what WV is saying.
    I personally believe he is not a high character guy for covering and possibly letting a murderer go free
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    maybe if i wanted to know how to make a shiv with a toothbrush...
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    hey as a coach sure but what about as a player team him up with ed reed and reunite in miami for one year plus his son plays for the canes in 2013!

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    i can see dolphins talking him out of retirement in august.....

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    i can see dolphins talking him out of retirement in august.....
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    If any all-time great LB gets a coaching job with the Dolphins, it better be Zach Thomas first.
    Mockin' it 2013 (wildly optimistic)

    1. Damontre Moore (DE)
    2a. DeAndre Hopkins (WR)
    2b. Desmond Trufant (CB)
    3a. Kyle Long (OT)
    3b. Bacarri Rambo (S)
    4. Le'Veon Bell (RB)
    5. Shayne Skov (LB)
    6. Marquess Wilson (WR)
    7. Dustin Hopkins (K)
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    as soon as he annouced his retirement, i was gonna thread "Coach Ray Lewis?"... def bring him home... he can do for out LB corp, what Ken Norton's doin' for the 9'ers
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    i might bring him in as a motivational game week speaker as a head coach when i felt like the players needed a spark...other than that keep that egomaniac overrated at this point mike backer away from my team
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