NEW ORLEANS -- The Super Bowl will not be the last dance for Ray Lewis.
Ray Lewis tells CBS 21 News exclusively he has more football left in him.
"Right now the fire's still burning," said Lewis of his future plans to play football. "I'm going to ride it until the wheels fall off."
What? Ray Lewis is not retiring? Didn't he say he would earlier this month?
No, no, no.
We're talking about another Ray Lewis -- the minor league football wide receiver, who now resides in Lancaster, Pa.
Lewis from Lancaster says he hears about that other Ray Lewis all the time.
"It never gets old; it never gets old," Lewis said about sharing a name with the future Hall of Famer. "I love it."
And what will Super Bowl week be like for this Ray Lewis?
"Get up go to work; regular 8-to-5," he said.
Also part of his game plan this week? Playing Dad to his two daughters, Destiny and Isabella. They're Ray's biggest fans.
Lewis has played For the Lancaster Lightning of the Gridiron Developmental Football League. He has signed on to play this spring for the new indoor team in York County, the York Capitals of American Indoor Football.
Lewis played both football and basketball in college at Duquesne.
Despite growing up in Washington, D.C., and being a Redskins fan, he's also become a ravens fan because of Ray Lewis.
Lewis admits it hasn't always been easy sharing a name with the linebacker, especially when the Ravens star was arrested on murder charges in 2000 after the Super Bowl -- charges that were later dropped.
So, Ravens fans, don't worry.
Super Bowl Sunday will not be the last dance for Ray Lewis.
Lancaster's Ray Lewis is more than happy to make Ray Lewis' famous pregame dance his own.
"I've actually been working on my own Ray Lewis dance; putting my own little touch on it," joked Lewis. "You might see a little somethin' somethin'."