Top 50 Baltimore Ravens

You have to feel for the city of Cleveland when you discuss the Baltimore Ravens.

You know the story. Cleveland Browns owner, Art Modell, relocated the team to Baltimore in 1996 and as part of the settlement with the city of Cleveland the history and logo of the Browns remained in Northern Ohio. This renders for historical (and for our) purposes a franchise that has a history that begins in 1996 and anything done prior to that has nothing to do with our list.

The Baltimore Ravens accomplished what the original (and current) incarnation has failed to do. They are two time Super Bowl Champions (XXXV) and (XLVII) and fit in just fine in the AFC North, one of the most bruising divisions in the National Football League.

This list is up to the end of the 2014 regular season.

Note: Football lists are based on an amalgamation of tenure, traditional statistics, advanced statistics, playoff statistics and post-season accolades.
While Bart Scott would achieve greater fame as a member of the New York Jets, the linebacker would have more success in Baltimore. In 2006, he would make his lone Pro Bowl and earn Second Team All-Pro honors.  With the Ravens, Scott recorded 16.0 Sacks and 448 Tackles.  Not bad for an undrafted player out of Southern Illinois.


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Jarret Johnson was considered by many to be an underrated player in the NFL, but those in Baltimore knew that they had a solid performer to compliment the team’s Linebacker corps. He would play 143 Games for the Ravens providing an even 20.0 Sacks and 402 Combined Tackles.
Mike Flynn was the starting Right Guard for the Super Bowl XXXV Champion Baltimore Ravens team, and we can only imagine how far away that seemed for the undrafted player out of Maine. Flynn made his way to the starting lineup and would take over as the starting Center for the majority of his NFL career.
Drafted in the fourth round in 1999, Edwin Mulitalo had the honor of being the starting Left Guard on the team that won Super Bowl XXXV. He would start 102 of his 106 games as a Raven.
A member of that potent Ravens defense that won Super Bowl XXXV, Jamie Sharper was part of the Linebacking corps that terrorized offenses in the NFL. The older brother of Darren Sharper, Jamie would record over 300 Tackles as a Raven and would later lead the NFL in combined tackles in 2003 as a member of the Houston Texans.
Although Michael Oher is known more known for being the focus of a Sandra Bullock movie, he was a more than capable Offensive Tackle for the Baltimore Ravens and started all 80 games he played for the team. Oher helped the Ravens win Super Bowl XLVII.
Tony Siragusa was more popular than he was good, but he was more than good enough to earn a spot here.  Siragusa was a member of that Super Bowl XXXV winning defense and it helped propel him into a successful post-NFL career.
A dependable Wide Receiver during his four seasons in Baltimore, Torrey Smith would catch two passes in their Super Bowl XLVII win.  Smith would exceed 1,000 Receiving Yards in his 2013 season and would tally 30 Touchdowns over his Ravens career.
Drafted out of the football factory of Auburn, Ben Grubbs fit right into the Offensive Line of the Baltimore Ravens and would secure his first Pro Bowl selection (2011) while playing there.  He would start most of his games in Baltimore in the Left Guard position.
While Matt Birk make his six Pro Bowls as a member of the Minnesota Vikings, he was still one of the better Centers in the National Football League during his four seasons in Baltimore.  Birk centered the Ravens Offensive Line that would win Super Bowl XLVII and was also known throughout the NFL for his philanthropic and selfless nature.
Jermaine Lewis has the distinction of being one of the most (if not the most) versatile player on this list of the best ever Baltimore Ravens, and with two Pro Bowls and a First Team All Pro Selection under his belt he was certainly well decorated.  Lewis would record over 8,000 All-Purpose Yards as a Raven and would also lead…
Jameel McClain was part of the Super Bowl XLVII Champions and would become a dependable Linebacker for the team.  McClain was told in late 2012 that due to an injury to his spinal cord that he would be unable to play football again, but he would prove them wrong and return in the Ravens’ seventh game of the following season.
Orlando Brown was already with the organization when they relocated to Baltimore and he was a steady presence on the Offensive Line.  The Right Tackle, who was nicknamed Zeus, for his huge size (six foot seven), was out of the league for three years due to eye issues, but he would return and finish off his career with the Ravens…
While Mark Clayton suffered from not even being the best Wide Receiver of all-time named “Mark Clayton”, this one had a few good seasons with the Baltimore Ravens and almost had 1,000 Yards in the 2006 season.
The fleet-footed player out of Nicholls State has proven to be a versatile player for the Baltimore Ravens as both a Cornerback and a Returner.  He did earn a Super Bowl Ring although he was unable to play in the big game due to a torn ACL.  He would play his entire nine-year career with the Ravens.
A solid Left Defensive End throughout his career, Anthony Weaver did a good job for the Baltimore Ravens over 57 games over four seasons.  The Notre Dame alumni was a favorite of then Defensive Coordinator, Rex Ryan.
No, this isn’t the beer guy.  Defensive Tackle, Sam Adams only played two seasons with the Baltimore Ravens, but those were two incredible years!  
Jeff Blackshear played four seasons for Ravens, which were the first four of the franchise’s existence.  He would start 60 of his 64 Games there at the Right Guard position.
Duane Starks was a member of the Super Bowl XXXV Baltimore Ravens Championship Team and had a pick in the big dance.  Starks played four seasons with the Ravens and had 20 Interceptions with the team.