Ed Reed returned to Baltimore in May of 2015 to sign a one-day contract with the Ravens to officially retired as a Baltimore Ravens at the end of his 12-year career. As part of the retirement ceremony, the Ravens also announced that he will be inducted into the team’s Ring of Honor.

Well, the week is upon us and on Sunday, Nov. 22, during the game against the St. Louis Rams, Ed Reed will return to M & T Bank Stadium.

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“He’s going to be a great addition to the Ring of Honor,” Team President Dick Cass said.

Returning to M&T Bank Stadium will be a homecoming for Reed, who was a long-time fan favorite in Baltimore.

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“Home is here. Home has always been Baltimore,” he said. “My heart has always been in Baltimore. It will always be in Baltimore and at M&T Bank Stadium.”

The nine-time Pro Bowler will be featured on the ticket stock for that game. The tickets this season have honored the franchise’s best players as voted on by the fans as part of the team’s 20th season celebration.

Reed will be the ninth Raven to get inducted into the Ring of Honor, joining Ray Lewis, Todd Heap, Jamal Lewis, Matt Stover, Peter Boulware, Michael McCray and Earnest Byner.

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It just happened to work out that No. 20 will be inducted during the Ravens 20th season.