The Baltimore Ravens All-Time 53-Man Squad

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With your votes we were able to come up with an All-Time 53-man squad for the Baltimore Ravens.

The voting produced the best squad from all who have ever donned the Ravens colors with a few debatable exceptions. Tony Jones should have easily bumped Harry Swayne from the available offensive tackles. Swayne was quite pedestrian during his days in Baltimore.

Dawan Landry probably benefitted from being a Raven more recently but Eric Turner was a vastly superior player. Jermaine Lewis as the Return Specialist should have edged Jacoby Jones but again, like Landry, Jones is more top-of-mind given his heroics in Super Bowl XLVII.

Here Ravens fans, is your All-Time team…



  • Quarterback (2): Joe Flacco, Vinny Testaverde
  • Running Back (3): Jamal Lewis, Ray Rice, Willis McGahee
  • Fullback: (1): Vonta Leach
  • Wide Receiver (5): Derrick Mason, Anquan Boldin, Torrey Smith, Qadry Ismail, Michael Jackson
  • Tight End (3): Shannon Sharpe, Todd Heap, Dennis Pitta
  • Center (1): Matt Birk
  • Guard (4): Marshal Yanda, Ben Grubbs, Edwin Mulitalo, Kelechi Osemele
  • Tackle (4): Jonathan Ogden, Orlando Brown, Michael Oher, Harry Swayne



  • Defensive Linemen (8): Haloti Ngata, Mike McCrary, Kelly Gregg, Tony Siragusa, Jarret Johnson, Sam Adams, Rob Burnett, Trevor Pryce
  • Linebacker (9): Ray Lewis, Peter Boulware, Jamie Sharper, Adalius Thomas, Bart Scott, Terrell Suggs, Dannell Ellerbe, Elvis Dumervil, Daryl Smith
  • Cornerback (6): Chris McAlister, Lardarius Webb, Duane Starks, Jimmy Smith, Samari Rolle, Corey Graham
  • Safety (3): Ed Reed, Rod Woodson, Dawan Landry



  • Long Snapper (1) ~ Morgan Cox
  • Return Specialist (1) ~ Jacoby Jones
  • Punter (1) ~ Sam Koch
  • Kicker (1) ~ Matt Stover



Priest Holmes (RB), Le’Ron McClain (FB), Mike Flynn (C/G), Jermaine Lewis (WR/RS), Kim Herring (S), Ed Hartwell (LB), Deion Sanders (CB), Arthur Jones (DE)

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15 Raves on “The Baltimore Ravens All-Time 53-Man Squad

  1. DarthSizzle55 on said:

    TL I chose Jacoby B/c of the punt return stats were better, so overall I edged him over
    Jermaine that was a tough one though.

  2. Satire Joe on said:

    Elvis Dumervil on the all-time Ravens 53 man roster?? Looks like most of the people that voted have only watched the last 3 years of the team and the Superbowl XXXV commemorative DVD. #fail

    • Tony LombardiTony Lombardi on said:

      Eastside, keep in mind this team was created through fan voting taking into consideration how the players performed as Ravens.

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