The Baltimore Ravens have announced longtime safety Ed Reed will be inducted into the Ravens’ Ring of Honor on November 22. That will be during a Week 11 meeting with the St. Louis Rams. At its current price, the game against the Rams is the third least expensive home game on the Ravens schedule. The average price for Ravens vs Rams tickets is $214.99, 12% below the season average for Ravens tickets this season. The get-in price for the game is currently $61.
Reed officially announced his retirement last week after not being on an NFL roster during the 2014 season. He spent the 2013 between the Houston Texans and New York Jets, playing 14 games and starting 10. He spent 11 of his 12 professional seasons in Baltimore, which resulted in nine Pro Bowls and five seasons as a first-team All-Pro at safety. Controlling Baltimore’s defensive backfield, Reed led the NFL in interceptions three separate times, in 2004, 2008 and 2010. Reed is also sixth on the career interceptions list and 10th on career interceptions returned for touchdowns.
While Reed has long been thought of all as stalwart in the Ravens defense, he was not around during the team’s Super Bowl win against the New York Giants in 2000. He was a part of the team that won in 2012, which also served as his final career game with Baltimore.