Offensive linemen: Ronnie Stanley, Marshal Yanda, Orlando Brown Jr., Kelechi Osemele, Ryan Jensen, Ricky Wagner
Since being selected with the sixth overall pick in the 2016 NFL Draft, Ronnie Stanley has been a model of consistency. Stanley has grown each year in the league and finally was recognized for his greatness in 2019 to the tune of a Pro Bowl and First-Team All-Pro nod. These accolades are the first of many for the 26-year old left tackle, and he’ll soon reset the tackle market when the Baltimore Ravens extend him within the next year.
Marshal Yanda is a slam dunk Hall of Fame guard who was arguably the best offensive lineman in the NFL during his prime. Yanda was so dominant at the right guard spot that he rivaled Jonathan Ogden‘s dominance at the left tackle spot. Yanda retired following the 2019 season.
Orlando Brown Jr. is only two seasons into his NFL career, but the future looks bright. Brown Jr. got a Pro Bowl selection after dominating the right side of the line for the greatest rushing attack in NFL history. Across from Stanley, Brown has found his own way to stand out.
The group of Kelechi Osemele, Ryan Jensen, and Ricky Wagner didn’t last past their rookie contracts, but they all were studs in their own right. Each got big paydays for their play in Baltimore and in a perfect world, none of them would’ve left.