Newly-minted Hall of Fame offensive tackle
He's an honorary game captain for the
This marks retiring inside linebacker
"Ray Lewis is one of the best," Ogden said. "Ray Lewis has always been the heart and soul of the Baltimore Ravens. I think I might have obviously been one of the best players to ever play there, but when you think Baltimore Ravens, you think of Ray Lewis. Seventeen years, that's just a lifetime and he played at a high level.
"To be on the field with him and go out there and say, 'Hey, buddy, I know you'll be here [Hall of Fame] one day and go get this win for us,' that's going to be special. That's going to be a lot of fun."
The 6-foot-9, 360-pounder was the Ravens' first draft pick in franchise history back in 1996 prior to their inaugural season. He was voted into the Hall of Fame on Saturday night as a first-ballot selection.
"I really think the Ravens are a team of destiny," Ogden told The Baltimore Sun. "I think right now the fact that we can go into Denver and beat