He won't be having any input in the War Room, but Ray Lewis will play a role in the Ravens' 2010 draft.
The future Hall of Fame linebacker, who has been voted by fans as one of the top 25 NFL Draft picks of all time, will take to the podium at Radio City Music Hall on Friday to announce the Ravens' second-round pick, the team said on its website today.
That is, of course, unless the Ravens make a trade and disrupts the plans.
This will come as part of the NFL's celebration of the 75th draft. The league will honor the 75 best selections in draft history and the 10 Most Valuable Draft Picks will be announced during the first round on Thursday evening. Many of the top-10 are expected to be in attendance.
The order of the top-10 will be then be announced after the conclusion of the second round on Friday night. We'll have to see where Lewis fits into that mix.
Regardless of where he ends up, the 15-year veteran will be helping the Ravens usher the next wave of young talent into their organization.