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Here is a list of 5 of Baltimore Ravens Greatest Defensive Tackles In History
1. Ed Reed
Ed Reed is one of the greatest players in the history of the franchise. He has the most interception return yards of any player in NFL history. Ravens supporters joked that he was their best receiver because he caught so many passes while playing defense.
Reed’s status as the best defensive back in NFL history is self-evident. While the rest of the items on this list are only suggestions, this one is based on hard evidence.
2. Haloti Ngata
Haloti Ngata, Ravens defensive tackle, is the most exciting player in Ravens history. For the Ravens, he was sensational. This man had a long and distinguished career. 517 total tackles, 32.5 sacks, five interceptions, seven forced fumbles, five fumble recoveries, a score, and a total of 517 tackles.
3. Chris McAlister
He was a three-time Pro-Bowl player and in 2003 he was listed as a first team All-Pro. He was one of the top players at his position for a long time and he was one of the toughest and most physical cornerbacks in NFL history.
4. Marlon Humphrey
There is a chance that Marlon Humphrey will be the best cornerback the Ravens have had in history. He’s a true pro. A shutdown cornerback who isn’t known for his interceptions, he shares Smith’s traits. He takes receivers out of the game by putting them on an island. Humphrey was a first-team All-Pro selection and a member of the Pro Bowl team.
5. Michael McCrary
McCrary finished his career with 403 tackles and 71 sacks. He was inducted into the Ravens Ring of Honor and won a Super Bowl ring after a decade-long career in the NFL. He was a member of the Ravens defense in 2000, which was one of the league’s most memorable.