Baltimore Ravens: Top 5 Underrated Players Of All Time
3. Trevor Pryce
Trevor Pryce played in the NFL for 15 seasons and recorded 91 career sacks. He spent four of his most productive seasons with the Ravens before being released early in the 2010 campaign. Pryce had 82 tackles and 26 sacks with the Ravens. Pryce gave the Ravens a strong defensive end who was a leader.
Pryce played a big part in the Ravens 2006 season where the team built an impressive 13-3 record. Pryce had 13 sacks in that season. He was a dominant edge rusher who helped out against the running game as well. The Ravens needed some pass rushing opposite of Terrell Suggs to really strike fear into every offensive line they faced. The defense in those years was just a thing of beauty.
Pryce gave the Ravens an awful lot. He wasn’t Terrell Suggs. He wasn’t a Ravens legend. He was just one of those stars that helped the team win. You cannot forget the impact that Pryce had on the Ravens. He spent most of his career with the Broncos but he will always be a Raven in my mind.
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