Er, sorry, not Brady. I misread.
You are correct.
Maybe they do ask Ray.
Honestly though, I'd rather hear Flacco, Harbaugh and let Reed get some notoriety...he's given a lot of himself here and Ray's story has been told so many times it would be nice to let another person get some airtime.
What I think it'll be: Joe Flacco, Ray Rice, Ray Lewis, John Harbaugh
Reasoning: After they allowed Eli and Coughlin on twice last year and expanded to 4...it opened to door for Ray Lewis to come back on. Ray Rice needs to be on because of 4th and 29, plus he'll talk about how much Ray meant to the team and himself going into the final playoff ride. Flacco and Harbaugh are obvious.
What I want it to be: Joe Flacco, Ray Rice, Terrell Suggs, John Harbaugh
Why has no one mentioned ...
Harbaugh - Would have to be the coaching representative
Ray or Reed or Suggs - Ray more likely because "the last ride", but since he was out for half the season, I could see Reed or Suggs being the spokesperson for the D
Flacco or Rice - Who else is more qualified to narrate what happened on offense? Leach? Anquan?
SB MVP - Unless it's a "random" guy like Jacoby Jones or something, it'll likely be a key member of our whole season
This may be a long shot because he wasnt instrumental down the stretch of regular season but Torrey Smith?
Its been a long season and I dont blame anyone who forgot about his brother, Tevin's passing in the morning of a very important game against the Patriots. Would be an interesting story for Torrey to recount especially how he dealt with it and managed to play probably his best game of the season.
On the other hand...Trent Dilfer wasn't the biggest part of the offense in 2000. Sharpe or Jamal would've been bigger, but he had the most unique perspective on it.
Torrey could be a unique perspective, but I'd have to think Anquan or Joe, simply because they could comment more on the change between Cam and Caldwell.