Patrick Ricard is a professional football player with the National Football League’s Baltimore Ravens. He steps into the role of the fullback. 137 kg and 1.91 m tall, he. He went to David Prouty High School for his education. He won two Division II defensive MVP titles while playing football for Central Massachusetts. He attended the University of Maine after graduating from high school.
For the Maine Black Bears from 2013 through 2016, he was a defensive lineman. 2012 saw him wear a redshirt. He played in each of the season’s 13 games, and during that time, he recorded a total of 19 solo stops, 40 tackles with others, 1 sack, 2 pass breakups, and 1 forced fumble. He was assigned to the FCS Second Squad.
He took part in 11 games, all of which he started, and was chosen for the Division I All-New England teams from the ECAC and the New England Football Writers in addition to the First Team All-CAA. In his 44 college games, he recorded 208 tackles, 18 sacks, 11 pass breakups, 3 forced fumbles, 1 recovered fumble, and 2 blocked kicks.
At the University of Maine, he declared economics as his major. He was signed by the Baltimore Ravens in May 2017 as an undrafted free agent. In January 2022, he damaged his knee and was placed on injured reserve. In March 2022, Ricard and the Ravens came to a three-year agreement.
What position does Patrick Ricard?
Patrick Ricard plays the position of fullback for the Baltimore Ravens football team in the NFL.