The team announced Monday that linebacker
That is the Ravens' second home game of the season. They'll celebrate their Super Bowl championship before their home opener on Sept. 15 against the
Lewis' ceremony will coincide with the return to M&T Bank Stadium of his long-time teammate,
"Every moment I've ever had in this building, what this organization has done for me, what this city has done for me, what my fans have done for me, what the mutual respect for different players have done for me around this league, I can never take any of that back," Lewis said during the news conference when he announced his retirement. "That's the ultimate when you leave this game. You leave it with one heck of a legacy. Hopefully, I've done a heck of a job doing it, but it's time for me to go create a different legacy."
In the Ring of Honor, Lewis will join running back Earnest Byner (2001), eight members of the
Lewis, who the Ravens drafted in the first round of the 1996 Draft, was a 13-time Pro Bowl selection and and a seven-time, first-team All-Pro. He was the Associated Press
He is the Ravens' all-time leader in tackles (2,643) and fumbles recovered (20), and Lewis is second in interceptions (31) to Reed.