Super Bowl winning Ravens visit White House


WASHINGTON: The Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens visited the White House on Wednesday, but a gift of a jersey didn’t persuade US President Barack Obama to try linebacker Ray Lewis’s trademark dance. Obama, who received a number 44 Ravens jersey with “Mr President” inscribed on the back, singled out future Hall of Famer Lewis, who joined former NFL greats John Elway, Jerome Bettis and Michael Strahan as players who were able to win a Super Bowl in their last season. “Ray retired on top, coming back from a triceps injury, which I believe was caused by that dance he does,” the president quipped, a reference to the distinctive dance that delighted Baltimore fans.


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