The only player on the list not to start his career in Baltimore, the kicker first plied his trade with the Browns before joining the Ravens in 1996. He scored a league-high 135 points in 2000 and set an NFL record with field goals in 32 consecutive games in 2001.
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Drafted in 2006, the defensive tackle has been a cornerstone of the Ravens' D ever since. He was a member of the Baltimore defense that did not allow a 100-yard rusher for 39 consecutive games from 2006 to 2009. Since Ngata joined the team, the Ravens have allowed a league-low 31 rushing touchdowns.
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The 10th overall pick of the 1999 Draft, the Arizona product snagged 26 career picks for the Ravens, returning six of them. In 2002, he returned a missed field goal attempt 107 yards, which stood as the longest play in NFL history until 2007.
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A threat to Jamal Lewis' rushing record, Rice ranks second in all-time rushing yards for the Ravens with 3,013. Rice is no one-trick pony, though, also setting the single season records for receptions (78) and receiving yards (702) for a Baltimore running back in 2009.
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A dominant rookie, Lewis came into the league and rushed for over 1,300 yards his first season. He's the Raven's all-time leading rusher with 7,801 yards and 58 touchdowns, including 103 yards and a TD in Super Bowl XXXV, making him just the second rookie to rush for more than 100 yards in a Super Bowl and the youngest to score a touchdown in the big game.
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Suggs got off to a hot start and didn't slow down. In 2003, he set a franchise-rookie-record 12 sacks and continued to set a franchise-record 519 sack yards. He's also not bad at knocking the ball loose, as he's currently the Ravens' all-time leader in forced fumbles (22) and fumble recoveries (11).
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The tenacious linebacker joined the Ravens in 1997 and constantly put pressure on opposition QBs during his nine-year career. He still holds the all-time sack record for the franchise at 70, and led the AFC with 15 in 2001. After football, he ran as a Republican candidate for the Florida House of Representatives in 2008.
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The Ravens' first ever draft choice was taken 4th overall in 1996 and went on to anchor the team for 12 seasons. As offensive tackle, he protected Ravens QBs, allowing them to throw for a franchise-record 341 passes for 3,308 yards in 2007.
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An 11-year Baltimore vet since joining them in 2002, the safety has been a pick machine for the Ravens, racking up a franchise-record 61 career interceptions and league-record 1,541 yards from them.
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You may have heard he's retiring. Drafted just 26th overall by Baltimore in 1996, Lewis never played anywhere else in his 17-year NFL career. The linebacker started by leading Baltimore to its first Super Bowl victory since the Baltimore Colts in 1971, before going on to collect countless accolades (and shattering tackles) along the way.
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