OWINGS MILLS, Md. (AP) - Ray Lewis doesn't want to make the transition from player to coach - not yet anyway.
Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh said Thursday that Lewis, who retired after the Super Bowl, ``has not expressed an interest to coach.''
Harbaugh expects Lewis to do ``many amazing and powerful things'' in retirement following a 17-year run as Baltimore's middle linebacker. Lewis earned his second Super Bowl ring Sunday, helping the Ravens beat San Francisco 34-31.
Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti says the team is considering installing a statue of Lewis around M&T Bank Stadium in the near future.
Bisciotti says of Lewis, ``I think he set himself apart in Baltimore sports history.'' The owner says he wouldn't be surprised if the statue was in place ``in the next year or two.''

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