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You guys, Colin Kaepernick almost had a job — if not for MTV’s “Girl Code” and Quentin Tarantino’s “Django Unchained,” that is. On Tuesday’s episode of Showtime’s “Inside the NFL,” linebacker legend Ray Lewis explained exactly how it came to be that his Baltimore Ravens did sign the San Francisco 49ers alum and our most famous free agent, a move that seemed to be done deal about a month ago.
“When me and (Ravens team owner) Steve Bisciotti were talking, this is what we were talking about,” Lewis told interviewer Judy Battista last night.
When it comes to advice for those who wish to achieve their own happily-ever-after, Barbara proved practical, Ray philosophical.
“Always make the bed together as soon as you get out of it,” Barbara said.
Barbara was traveling with a group of students who were going door to door inviting people to special church services.
Now, she happened to love ducks and even had pet ducks while growing up on her Texas farm. “It was going to be our first possession,” she said. Ray was a mechanical engineer for oil refineries, and they lived in 13 states and four Canadian provinces.“We were talking about giving this kid an opportunity to get back in the National Football League. I have been fighting for this kid behind the table like nobody has… But I am against the way he’s done it.” “Then, [Kaepernick’s girlfriend] goes out and put out this racist gesture and doesn’t know we are in the back office about to try to get this guy signed,” the former No. “When [the Ravens] called me, it was to say, ‘Yes’ or ‘No.’ …We were going to close the deal to sign him,” Lewis added.Daughter Linna was born in 1950, followed by Kent in 1952, Leslie in 1954, Laurie in 1959 and Lorinda in 1964.Since they lived in so many snowy places, the family developed a passion for skiing.
“Making the bed takes five minutes instead of 10, and it’s very effective in introducing your husband to household chores.” Ray said, “Don’t think about it (marriage) in terms of 70 years – think of it in terms of one year at a time, and go with the flow.” Then he grinned. Barbara smiled, acknowledging that Ray is her friend “most of the time,” but then grew serious.