Lewis says '09 will be final season
CHICAGO -- Cleveland Browns running back Jamal Lewis plans to retire at the end of the season.
Lewis told reporters after the Browns' 30-6 loss Sunday at Chicago that his 10th season will be his final one, adding, "When I talk, I mean what I say and I think you all know that."
Lewis, who missed two games in late September and early October with a hamstring injury, ran for 69 yards on 16 carries against the Bears. That gave him 349 this year and 10,456 in his career, helping ...
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