Sore loser Reggie Wayne complained about Ray Lewis’ final dance at M&T Bank Stadium on Sunday. In an interview on WNDE in Indianapolis, the Colts wide receiver and former Miami Hurricane said he thought it was “disrespectful” for Lewis to dance after the Ravens 24-9 home victory.
“They’d already had a tribute every quarter,” Wayne added.
They sure did. It was the final home game in the future Hall of Fame career for one of greatest linebackers of all time.
Lewis didn’t talk smack with the Colts or take his dance on the road, he brought Baltimore fans to their feet one final time after an impressive playoff victory.
Wayne’s comments are particularly surprising given how close he is with Ravens safety Ed Reed. The two were roommates at Miami — Reed killed Wayne’s pet snake.