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TORONTO — After 16 seasons in the CFL, Ricky Ray has decided to hang up his cleats, announcing his retirement on Wednesday.
The 39-year-old has solidified himself in the record books, leaving behind a legacy while on his way to collecting four Grey Cup rings.
After 226 games, 60,736 passing yards and 324 touchdowns, here is a look at Ray’s career by the numbers: