"I've given it no thought whatsoever," Harbaugh said. "It's a pretty general question. Who was the voice and face of the franchise?"
"Ray Lewis," the reporter replied.
"Oh, OK," Harbaugh said. "Well, that's your interpretation."
So dismissive. So fantastic. And Harbaugh deserves credit. He has done a strong job leading the Ravens out of last season's glory into an active, roster-altering offseason.
In March, it was in vogue to label Baltimore a wandering ship. Veterans were purged, and, for a spell, it was unclear how the talent would be restocked. Then general manager Ozzie Newsome rolled up his sleeves, patched holes, put together another solid draft and -- BANG -- the Ravens arguably are better on defense than one season ago.
With or without Ray Ray.
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