29 Facts About Jamal Lewis

1. Jamal Lewis is known for his outstanding 2003 season, where he rushed for 2,066 yards, which is third-most of all-time, behind Eric Dickerson and Adrian Peterson.

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2. Jamal Lewis got accepted into the Ravens' Ring of Honor on September 27, 2012.

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3. Jamal Lewis had the opportunity to put his aptitudes in plain view playing school football at the University of Tennessee.

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4. Jamal Lewis was born on August 26, 1979, in Atlanta, Georgia.

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5. Jamal Lewis is a former American football player who was drafted by the Baltimore Ravens fifth generally speaking in the 2000 NFL Draft and running back in the National Football League.

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6. Jamal Lewis had received the ring from Baltimore Ravens owner Stephen Bisciotti in honor of his status as one of the all-time great Ravens players.

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7. In January 2015, Jamal Lewis began working as the Vice President of Business and Development for Metro Exhibits, a trade show exhibits company.

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8. Jamal Lewis reached a plea agreement with prosecutors in October 2004 and ultimately, Lewis was sentenced in January 2005 to four months in federal prison.

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9. Jamal Lewis would not sign with another NFL team after his release from the Browns.

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10. Late in the 2009 season, Jamal Lewis was placed on injured reserve, ending his season.

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11. Jamal Lewis ended the season rushing for 1,132 yards and nine touchdowns.

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12. On November 19, Jamal Lewis became the youngest player since 1960 to record 200 yards from scrimmage.

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13. Jamal Lewis was an arts and science major while at the University of Tennessee.

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14. Jamal Lewis was a member of the 4 × 100 m relay squad.

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15. Jamal Lewis was named MVP of the Georgia-Florida All-Star Game, with 137 yards on 11 carries, for a 12.4 average, and two touchdowns.

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16. Jamal Lewis is known for his outstanding 2003 season, where he rushed for 2,066 yards and was named AP NFL Offensive Player of the Year.

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17. Jamal Lewis was drafted by the Baltimore Ravens fifth overall in the 2000 NFL Draft.

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18. Jamal Lewis was born on August 26, 1979 and is a former American football running back in the National Football League.

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19. Jamal Lewis was 1 of 2 Baltimore Ravens drafted in the first round of the 2000 season.

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20. Jamal Lewis featured for the full 90 minutes and impressed against the likes of Everton's Seamus Coleman and former Norwich City player Robbie Brady at the Aviva Stadium.

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21. Jamal Lewis made a few nice throws, but his two costly interceptions in the third.

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22. Jamal Lewis stated, "This is the NFL, you can't call it quits until the game is over.

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23. On November 19, 2006, Jamal Lewis rushed for a season-high three touchdowns against the Atlanta Falcons.

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24. On September 14, 2003, Jamal Lewis broke Corey Dillon's single-game rushing record of 278 yards by running for 295 yards against the Cleveland Browns.

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25. Jamal Lewis rushed for 103 yards and scored a touchdown in the game, becoming only the second rookie ever to rush for over 100 yards in a Super Bowl and the youngest player to score a touchdown in a Super Bowl.

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26. While at Douglass, Jamal Lewis converted from a fullback to the starting running back.

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27. Jamal Lewis was rated as the top running back prospect in the nation by Super Prep.

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28. Jamal Lewis attended Douglass High School in Atlanta, Georgia, where he was a letterman in football and track.

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29. Jamal Lewis was inducted into the Ravens' Ring of Honor on September 27, 2012.

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