A weekend parade honors a Ravens legend and NFL Hall of Famer.
On Saturday, Baltimore City Mayor Catherine Pugh held a parade for Ray Lewis, in celebration of his recent enshrinement into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
The parade kicked off near Rash Field and concluded at City Hall, where Lewis addressed those in attendance with one of his trademark speeches.
On Sunday at M& T Bank Stadium, Lewis was recognized during halftime of the Broncos and Ravens game. Lewis was presented his Hall of Fame ring in a special on-field ceremony.
Fans attending the game received a commemorative Ray Lewis Hall of Fame Coin and also had the opportunity to take a photo with Lewis' Hall of Fame bust.
With Lewis present, the Ravens pulled off a 27-14 victory over Denver.