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The Super Bowl Most Valuable Player is in store for a big payday after leading the Ravens to a Super Bowl XLVII victory.
For the first time in 17 years, the Ravens will have to adjust to life without Ray Lewis. The iconic linebacker will ride off into the sunset with his second Super Bowl ring.
Reed’s 61 career interceptions rank first in the NFL since he entered the league in 2002. Now, Reed is an unrestricted free agent and the Ravens hope he picks Baltimore this offseason.
Suggs showed his toughness all season with a speedy recovery from a torn Achilles tendon and then by playing through a torn bicep.
The three-time Pro Bowler signed a big contract before the season and then he backed that up with another 1,000 yard rushing season and his third straight Pro Bowl.
Boldin was the fastest player in NFL history to reach 400, 500 and 600 catches. He carried the receiving corps during the playoffs with four touchdowns and 380 receiving yards.
The Ravens are built around stopping the run and getting to the passer. Ngata doesn’t have an issue with either. The four-time Pro Bowler had 51 tackles and five sacks.
The receiver and return specialist rose to fame in his first season with the Ravens, thanks to his big-play abilities and unique touchdown celebrations.
The top cornerback went down with a season-ending ACL tear in Week 6, and now he’s hoping to get back for the start of the 2013 season.
As Suggs stated, Pitta is like American Express – he’s everywhere you want him to be. The third-year tight end was a clutch target throughout the year, hauling in 10 touchdowns.
The subject of the hit book and movie, “The Blindside,” Oher is a source of inspiration for millions of people.
The veteran center is debating whether he will retire after 15 seasons and six Pro Bowls. Even at 36, he still played at a high level this year.
John Harbaugh – UR A Winner
Harbs is only the third coach in NFL history (since the 1970 merger) to lead his team to the playoffs in each of his first five seasons. He is now one of seven current NFL head coaches with a Lombardi Trophy to his name.
Super Bowl XLVII Championship Team – Dream Team
The Ravens are world champions after shocking the NFL to hoist the Lombardi Trophy.
The City of Baltimore – Home Sweet Home
The fans in Baltimore showed their support for the Ravens throughout the season, and especially when the team brought home the Lombardi Trophy. More than 200,000 crammed into downtown for the parade and stadium celebration to welcome home the world champs.