2. Jonathan Ogden
It was a pretty amazing moment when career Raven, Jonathan Ogden was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. He was not just one of the greatest Ravens of all time, he was one of the best players of all time. At the pivotal position of left tackle, Ogden was as good as anybody in NFL history.
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Ogden is a freak of nature, and that of course is a compliment. He is a 6’9″ 345 pound man. Off the field he is a gentle giant. When he was on the field, he was the most powerful run blocker that I have ever seen. It was almost impossible to get around Ogden in the prime of his career. He may have been the most reliable offensive lineman of all time.
Ogden holds a special place in the history of the Ravens. He was the first player drafted to be a Baltimore Ravens player. In 2013, he became the first Ravens player to be inducted into the Hall of Fame. Ogden was everything a Raven is supposed to be. He was a tough and intelligent player and as big as he was, he was all heart.
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