The Baltimore Ravens are no strangers to sending players to the Pro Bowl. They’ve managed to lead the NFL in Pro Bowlers in each of the last two seasons, and they’ll look to continue that trend this year.
Back in 2019, the Ravens tied an NFL record when they sent a whopping 13 players (including Orlando Brown Jr. who was selected as an alternate) to the Pro Bowl.
And despite taking a step back in 2020, they still led the league with seven Pro Bowlers, with players from all three phases of the roster — offense, defense, and special teams.
Of course, we expect the usual suspects to make another run at the Pro Bowl this season.
Lamar Jackson will look to return to the annual event after missing out last year. The same goes for Ronnie Stanley whose ankle injury sidelined him for much of 2020.
And on defense, cornerback Marlon Humphrey and Marcus Peters both stand a good shot at making it. As does veteran defensive lineman Calais Campbell who, despite his age, remains a favorite of voters.
We can’t forget about Justin Tucker and Sam Koch on special teams either. This is a stacked roster, but not every notable player has received national recognition just yet.
There are a handful of players on the roster who could be primed for their first Pro Bowl appearance in 2021.
We take a look at four Ravens players who could make their first Pro Bowl this season.