Ray Lewis Net Worth: Ray Lewis is a retired American soccer linebacker who has a net worth of $45 million and annual wage of $7 million. Ray Lewis was born May 15, 1975 in Bartow, Florida. Remarkably, Lewis spent his whole 17-year soccer profession enjoying for the Baltimore Ravens of the NFL (National Football League). Ray Lewis started his soccer profession after highschool on the University of Miami. In 1996, Lewis was a first-round choose of the Baltimore Ravens. In 2000 and 2003 the league named Lewis its Defensive Player of the Year—simply the sixth participant in historical past to win the award a number of instances. In addition, he earned 13 journeys to the Pro Bowl throughout his profession and was named to the NFL’s All Decade (2000s) workforce. He was part of the Ravens’ workforce throughout its Super Bowl victory in 2000, and was named Defensive Player of the Year that very same season. In 2013, Lewis was additionally part of the Ravens’ Super Bowl victory as properly, after which he retired from skilled soccer. He is arguably simply as well-known (and notorious) for his authorized troubles in January of 2000 when a combat broke out between Lewis and his companions and one other group of individuals, ensuing within the stabbing deaths of Jacinth Baker and Richard Lollar. Lewis and two companions, Reginald Oakley and Joseph Sweeting, have been questioned by Atlanta, Georgia police and 11 days later the three males have been indicted on homicide and aggravated-assault prices. The white swimsuit Lewis was carrying the night time of the killings was by no means discovered and District Attorney Paul Howard alleged the blood-stained swimsuit was dumped in a rubbish bin outdoors a quick meals restaurant. Victim Jacinth Baker’s blood was discovered inside Ray Lewis’s limousine. Two weeks into the trial Lewis’s attorneys, Don Samuel and Ed Garland, negotiated a plea settlement with the District Attorney inside which the homicide prices in opposition to Ray Lewis have been dismissed in trade for his testimony in opposition to Oakley and Sweeting and his responsible plea to a misdemeanor cost of obstruction of justice. Much controversy nonetheless surrounds Lewis, as the general public has been vocal about its disgust towards the notion of revering a person many contemplate a “thug” who turned his mates in to save lots of himself.