No, he was not. Ray Lewis began playing for the Baltimore Ravens in 1996, it was the same time the team came into existence.
the old Cleveland Browns that moved to Baltimore.
yes, the Browns moved to Baltimore after the 1995 season.
The Cleveland Browns moved to Baltimore and became the Ravens for the 1996 NFL season. A new Cleveland Browns expansion team formed for the 1999 NFL season.
The original Cleveland Browns franchise moved to Baltimore and became the Ravens after the 1995 National Football League season. The City of Cleveland obtained a replacement Browns team in 1999.
Technically the Browns never moved. While Art Modell's team, personnel, and equipment moved to Baltimore and became the Ravens, the Cleveland Browns name, history, and records, by legal agreement with Modell, stayed in Cleveland. The NFL promised Cleveland another Browns franchise, which they received for the 1999 season.
The franchise was known as the Cleveland Browns until 1996 when they moved to Baltimore and became the Baltimore Ravens.
The Baltimore Colts, the Cleveland Browns and the Pittsburgh Steelers.
The current Cleveland Browns are an expansion team that entered the NFL in 1999. They replaced the Cleveland Browns that moved to Baltimore in 1996 and became the Ravens. That team began play in the All American Football Conference in 1946 as the Cleveland Browns and entered the NFL in 1950 as the Cleveland Browns. Cleveland has never had an NFL team move there from another city. But they have had two teams move to another city. As stated above, the Browns moved to Baltimore in 1996. There was another team in Cleveland, the Cleveland Rams, that began play in the NFL in 1937. That team moved to Los Angeles in 1946 and, eventually, to St. Louis in 1995.
In 1996, owner Art Modell moved the Browns to Baltimore, changing their name to the Ravens.
The Cleveland Browns moved to Baltimore in 1996 after stadium issues with the city of Cleveland. Cleveland was allowed to keep the "Browns" intellectual property, name, team colors, etc. The players, farnchise, and owner (Art Modell) moved to Baltimore. The name "Ravens" was chosen as the winner of a name the team contest, to pay homage to Edgar Allen Poe who was born in Baltimore. In 1999 the NFL awarded Cleveland an expansion team. That team assumed the name "Cleveland Browns" and continued play with all the team records and history of the franchise that moved to Baltimore.
The Cleveland Browns franchise moved to Baltimore and became the Ravens after the 1995 National Football League season. The City of Cleveland obtained a replacement Browns team in 1999.
While officially an "expansion team" the Baltimore Ravens were created when Art Modell moved the then Cleveland Browns to Baltimore.