2018 Pro Football Hall of Fame inductee LB Ray Lewis will be honored in a variety of ways by the City of Baltimore and the Ravens this weekend.
On Saturday (Sept. 22), Mayor Catherine Pugh and the city will hold a parade for Lewis to acknowledge his recent Hall of Fame enshrinement.
The parade begins at 10 a.m. on Key Highway & Light Street (near Rash Field) and will head north on Light Street to Pratt Street, go right on Pratt Street and then left on Commerce Street. The parade ends at City Hall, where there will be a fan fest and remarks by Mayor Pugh and Lewis.
On Sunday (Sept. 23), Lewis will serve as the Ravens Legend of the Game for the team’s matchup against the Denver Broncos (1 p.m.). Shortly after Baltimore player introductions and just before kickoff, Lewis will make an on-field appearance.
Prior to that, at 10 a.m., his Hall of Fame bust will be available for fan photo opportunities on RavensWalk. At halftime, Lewis will then be presented with his Hall of Fame ring in a special on-field ceremony.
For the game’s gate giveaway, all fans in attendance will receive a commemorative Ray Lewis Hall of Fame coin upon entering M&T Bank Stadium.