Ozzie Newsome is on record saying often, “You can never have enough good corners.” And in the modern era of the NFL the declaration is even more valid.
During their 18-year history the Baltimore Ravens have had their fair share of solid corners. Today we’ll take a look back at a list that includes a few major talents who played the position for the purple and black as well as some complementary players who served as very solid nickel corners.
From this list we’ll ask you to select 6 for our Baltimore Ravens All-Time Team consisting of 53 players and an 8-man Practice Squad.
So far we’ve named a center and 3 safeties to the team. We’ve added 2 running backs while voters are still debating the third running back we’ll carry. As of this writing both Willis McGahee and Priest Holmes are tied for that third tailback spot. Your vote HERE could help break that draw.
* Stats are from Pro Football Reference and represent regular season stats only
** GP ~ Games Played, GS ~ Games Started, P6 ~ Pick 6, PD ~ Passes Defensed, FF ~ Forced Fumble, ST ~ Solo Tackles
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