Ray Lewis is undeniably one of the biggest names in football—not only for his seventeen years in the NFL, but also for the dramatic events that nearly brought his career to a halt in 2000. In his memoir, Lewis shares honest accounts of his difficult childhood and delves into the anguish and controversy that he found away from the game. But these heartbreaks gave him the courage to trust in God and continue his dream to play for the NFL and win the Super Bowl.
From a rookie player to a football veteran, Lewis has experienced everything imaginable during his football career, and has become one of the best defensive players in the history of the NFL. I Feel Like Going On is the story of his incredible journey, and a sincere look at the most popular sport in America from one of football’s most revered players.
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About the Author
Daniel Paisner is the author of more than fifty books, including The Complete Game: Reflections on Baseball, Pitching, and Life on the Mound; and Scratching the Horizon: A Surfing Life; and eleven New York Times bestsellers.
Table of Contents
October 14, 2012 When You Know What You Know, Do What You Do xi
1 Say My Name 1
2 Pick'Em Up, Bust'Em 17
3 Respect Me Like You Sweat Me 33
4 One Alligator 51
5 Welcome to Miami 73
6 Hurricane Seasons 87
7 Draft Day 111
8 Ride That Train 127
9 Atlanta 141
10 Resurrection 173
11 I Feel Like Going On 197
12 "This Ain't Over" 209
13 The 40-Yard Line 223
Postgame: My City Is Burning 245