Baltimore Ravens: Top 5 Underrated Players Of All Time
5. Jarrett Johnson
Jarrett Johnson played on some pretty amazing defenses in his nine years with the Ravens. With all the big names around him it is easy to forget that he was a constant opposite of Terrell Suggs at the outside linebacker position. He made 506 tackles and sacked the quarterback 25.5 times in his career.
Johnson was a fourth round pick from Alabama in 2003. The Ravens got the steal of the draft in Johnson. He broke a record for the most consecutive games starting for the Ravens with 115. It’s not the name most people would guess this record would belong to. That’s why he is such an underrated player.
Johnson was a staple of the Ravens defense. He was a strong run stuffer. He could run with tight ends. He could rush the passer. Johnson did it all and he did it for a long time in the Purple And Black.
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