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Everyone knows Brett Favre is returning to play the Green Bay Packers on Sunday, especially if they've turned on ESPN for five minutes.

But there will be a reunion -- albeit at a much, much lesser level -- as well at M&T Bank Stadium when Broncos wide receiver Brandon Stokley comes back to play the Ravens.

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A fourth-round pick by the Ravens in 1999, Stokley only made 60 catches in four seasons with them. But he had a knack for making his mark. He came up with two of the biggest catches in the 2000 Super Bowl season.

Stokley ended the Ravens' touchdown drought that season when he caught a touchdown pass from Trent Dilfer. Then, in the Super Bowl, he delivered the first blow to the New York Giants with another touchdown reception from Dilfer.

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He returns as the No. 3 wide receiver for Denver.

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