Baltimore Is Throwing a Parade for Hall of Famer Ray Lewis


Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh announced Wednesday that the city will throw Ravens Hall of Famer Ray Lewis a parade on Saturday, Sept. 22.

The parade will begin at 10 a.m. at Key Hwy. and Light St. and ends at City Hall/War Memorial Plaza.

A day before Lewis was enshrined into Canton, he suggested having a parade to celebrate with Baltimore. The longtime linebacker had, and continues to have, a very close relationship with the city. He even has a street, Ray Lewis Way, named after him.

Lewis will receive his Hall of Fame ring the following day when the Ravens take on the Denver Broncos at M&T Bank Stadium, per the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Starting with a Pro Football Hall of Fame tour, through the game, gold jacket ceremony, parade and enshrinement speech, the Ravens, Ray Lewis and fans shared a magical long weekend.

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