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FAN’S CHOICE: Ravens All-Time Team, Center

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It’s hard to believe that July is now upon us and that later this month (July 24) Ravens’ training camp will be officially underway.

As is always the case at this time of year, fans will be locked in on the many new faces. Will the additions be enough to return John Harbaugh & Co. to the postseason in 2014?

While the team pursues its ticket to the January playoff dance there will be many highs and lows. As fans we’ve experienced that first hand during the Ravens’ 18-year history. A perfect example is the 2000 season which included an unsettled quarterback situation yet a record-setting defense; a 3 game losing streak offset by an 11 game winning streak.

The contributors to the Ravens success have been many and to acknowledge them we want your help in assembling the greatest Ravens team of all-time. We’ll target a 53-man squad and an 8-man practice squad and ask you to vote by position based upon their contributions as Ravens. The configuration of this fictitious roster will mirror a typical John Harbaugh squad.

We will start the voting today with the position of center.

 

Wally Williams

  • Undrafted free agent signed by the Cleveland Browns out of Florida A&M
  • Joined the Ravens during the franchise move from Cleveland
  • Played in Baltimore from 1996-1998
  • First player to be franchised by the Ravens

 

Jeff Mitchell

  • 5th round pick of the Ravens in 1997 (134th overall)
  • Super Bowl XXXV starting center and champion
  • Played in Baltimore from 1997-2000

 

Mike Flynn

  • Undrafted free agent signed by Baltimore in 1997 our of Maine
  • Cut by the Ravens and subsequently had brief stints in Tampa and Jacksonville
  • Re-signed later in 1997
  • Super Bowl XXXV champion
  • Played in Baltimore from 1997-2007

 

Jason Brown

  • Fourth round pick (124th overall) in 2005
  • Played in Baltimore from 2005-2008
  • Out of the NFL since 2011
  • Still just 31 years old today

 

Matt Birk

  • A former 6th-round pick of the Minnesota Vikings in 1998 from Harvard
  • 6-time Pro Bowler (all with Minnesota)
  • Signed as a free agent by the Ravens in 2009
  • Played in Baltimore from 2009-2012
  • Super Bowl XLVII Champion

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