Retired linebacker Ray Lewis and veteran safety Ed Reed, who signed with the Houston Texans, will be on hand Wednesday when the 2012 Baltimore Ravens are honored for their Super Bowl victory with a visit to the White House.
The Ravens will also have a private ring ceremony on Friday in Owings Mills, Md., according to the Baltimore Sun.
Several members of the Ravens title team from last season, who are no longer on the Baltmore roster, won't be in attendance. Among them are receiver Anquan Boldin, linebacker Paul Kruger, safety Bernard Pollard, cornerback Cary Williams, quarterback Dennis Dixon and safety Sean Considine.
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