The Ravens Ring of Honor is an exclusive group featuring players and personnel who have made huge impacts on the Ravens organization both on and off the field. It features many of the all-time great Ravens players like Ray Lewis, Ed Reed, Johnathan Ogden, and many more.
In just this past season, Marshal Yanda was inducted into the Ravens Ring of Honor, representing the newest addition and the 21st member of the club. Let's take a look at 5 current Ravens players who could one day make the Ravens Ring of Honor when their playing careers come to a close.
1. Justin Tucker, K
Tucker is the most accomplished player on this list and will be an easy addition to the Ring of Honor. Ever since winning a Superbowl in his rookie season, Tucker has taken off and is widely regarded as the most talented kicker in NFL history. He currently holds the records for the highest field goal percentage and the longest made field goal in NFL history at 66 yards (and it was the game-winner!).
Tucker is a 5-time first-team All-Pro, 3-time second-team All-Pro, and 6-time Pro Bowler. He's accumulated all of these accomplishments in just 11 seasons and shows no signs of stopping anytime soon. I think it's safe to say Tucker will have the easiest case for the Ring of Honor out of any current Raven when his career ends.