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Jonathan Ogden

Ring Of Honor - Earnest Byner

 

BIOGRAPHY

  • 11-time Pro Bowler, who has continued to get better each year and sets the standard for offensive linemen in the NFL
  • Named to his 11th-consecutive Pro Bowl as a starter on in 2007
  • Started 10 games, missing 5 due to a toe injury suffered in 2006
  • Helped protect Ravens QBs, allowing them time to complete a franchise-record 341 passes (61.2%) for 3,308 yards
  • Part of a line that paved the way to 1,797 rushing yards and 11 TDs
  • Earned Sports Illustrated All-Pro, AP 2nd-team All-Pro and NFL.Com’s All-Pro honors in 2006
  • Started 14 games, missing the final 2 with a toe injury in 2006
  • Anchored a line that protected Ravens QBs, allowed a franchise-record 17 sacks, the 2nd-fewest (Ind. -15) in the NFL and posted the highest completion percentage (62.6%) in team history in 2006
  • Also helped pave the way for the Ravens to rush for 1,637 yards and 11 TDs
  • Earned his 9th-consecutive Pro Bowl nod in 2005 when he started all 16 games for the 7th time in his prestigious career, helping protect Ravens QBs, allowing them to complete 59.6% of their passes
  • The Ravens 335 completions were just 3 shy of a franchise mark
  • Also helped pave the way for the Ravens to rush for 1,605 yards, averaging 3.6 yards per carry
  • Ogden earned his 8th-consecutive Pro Bowl nod in 2004, helping pave the way for the Ravens to rush for 2,063 yards, including 1,006 for Jamal Lewis
  • Jonathan missed 4 games with a hamstring injury
  • Was named 1st-team All-Pro by Football Digest, 2nd-team All-Pro by the AP, and All Conference by the Pro Football Writers in 2004
  • Earned his 7th-consecutive Pro Bowl berth in 2003
  • Also earned AP 1st-team All-Pro, Sports Illustrated All-Pro, Pro Football Weekly All-AFC and All-NFL, Football Digest 1st-team All-Pro and The Sporting News All-Pro honors
  • Started all 16 regular season games and 1 postseason contest and helped Jamal Lewis set a franchise record with 2,066 rushing yards, the 2nd-most rushing yards in NFL history (Eric Dickerson - 2,105 in 1984)
  • Ogden earned his 6th consecutive Pro Bowl nod in 2002
  • One of only 3 offensive players to start all 16 games in 2002 when he helped pave the way for Jamal Lewis to rank 8th in the league in rushing
  • Named to the 2002 AP All-Pro, Pro Football Weekly’s All-AFC and All-NFL teams, The Sporting News All-Pro team and the Football Digest All-Pro 2nd-team in 2002
  • Ogden garnered 2nd-team All-Pro honors along with his Pro Bowl starting nod in 2001
  • In 2000, Ogden was named 1st-team All-Pro by AP, Sports Illustrated, Sporting News, Football Digest, USA Today and Pro Football Weekly
  • Won 2nd-team All-Pro honors by AP after the 1998 and 1999 seasons
  • Also in 1999, he was named to Football Digest’s 1st-team All-Pro team and won Pro Football Weekly All-AFC honors
  • After the 1997 season, he earned All-Pro honors from Sports Illustrated, The Sporting News, Pro Football Weekly, College & Pro Football Weekly, and Football Digest
  • Also won All-AFC accolades from Football News
  • Physically dominating lineman capped a tremendous rookie season (1996) with All-Pro selections by Sports Illustrated and Dallas Morning News
  • Started 16 games at LG as a rookie in 1996, then made the switch back to his natural LT spot, and has cemented a starting Pro Bowl berth in each of the last 9 years
  • Was the 1st O-lineman selected in the 1996 draft and the 4th player overall (after Keyshawn Johnson by the Jets, Kevin Hardy by the Jaguars and Simeon Rice by the Cardinals).

CAREER

  • 2007: Named to his 11th-consecutive Pro Bowl as a starter on in 2007
  • Started 10 games, missing 5 due to a toe injury suffered in 2006
  • Helped protect Ravens QBs, allowing them time to complete a franchise-record 341 passes (61.2%) for 3,308 yards
  • Part of a line that paved the way to 1,797 rushing yards and 11 TDs
  • 2007 SEASON HIGHLIGHTS: Started at LT and helped protect rookie QB Troy Smith, allowing him to throw for a career-high 199 yards before leaving the game in the 4th quarter with a hamstring injury in game 15 at Sea. (12/23)
  • Also helped pave the way for the Ravens to rush for 106 yards against the Seahawks...Started at LT and helped pave the way for the Ravens to rush for 163 yards (4.5 avg.), including 104 by Willis McGahee in game 14 at Mia. (12/16)
  • Started at LT and helped pave the way for the Ravens to outrush their opponent (98 to 59 rushing yards) for the 10th time this season before leaving the game in the 2nd half with a hamstring injury in game 13 vs. Ind. (12/9)
  • Started at LT and helped pave the way for the Ravens to average 4.5 yards per carry (166 yards and 1 TD on 37 carries) and protected QB Kyle Boller, allowing him to post a 105.3 QB rating in game 12 vs. NE (12/3)
  • Started at LT and helped allow Kyle Boller time to complete passes to 9 different players in game 11 at SD (11/25)
  • Started at LT and helped pave the way for the Ravens to average 5.1 yards per carry (128 yards on 25 carries) and protected Kyle Boller, allowing him to throw for 279 yards and a TD in game 10 vs. Cle. (11/18)
  • Started at LT and helped pave the way for the Ravens to average 3.7 yards per carry in game 9 vs. Cin. (11/11)
  • Started at LT and helped pave the way for the Ravens to average 4.6 yards per carry in game 8 at Pit. (11/5)
  • Saw action in 2 series for the 1st time in 5 games while testing his toe injury in game 7 at Buf. (10/21)
  • Was a game-day inactive (foot/toe) in games 2-6...Started at LT and helped pave the way for the Ravens to average 4.3 yards per carry and throw for 222 yards before leaving the game with a toe injury in game 1 at Cin. (9/10)
  • 2006: Named to his 10th-consecutive Pro Bowl as a starter on 12/19/06
  • Earned Sports Illustrated All-Pro, AP 2nd-team All-Pro and NFL.Com’s All-Pro honors
  • Started 14 games, missing the final 2 with a toe injury in 2006
  • Anchored a line that protected Ravens QBs, allowing a franchise record 17 sacks, the 2nd-fewest (Ind. - 15) in the NFL and posted the highest completion percentage (62.6%) in franchise history in 2006
  • Also helped pave the way for the Ravens to rush for 1,637 yards and 11 TDs
  • 2006 SEASON HIGHLIGHTS: Was a game-day inactive (toe) in the 19-7 win in the season finale vs. Buf. (12/31) and game 15 at Pit. (12/24)
  • Started at LT and paved the way for the Ravens to average 4.1 yards per carry, rushing for 142 yards, and helped protect Kyle Boller (Steve McNair left the game after the Ravens’ 2nd series with a hand injury), allowing Boller to complete 62% of his passes for 238 yards and 2 TDs, including a career-long 77-yard TD strike to WR Demetrius Williams in the 27-17 win in game 14 vs. Cle. (12/17)
  • Started at LT and protected QB Steve McNair, allowing him to throw for 283 yards, 1 TD and no INTs, including a career-long 87-yard TD strike in the 20-10 victory in game 13 at KC (12/10)
  • The O-line also did not allow a sack against the Chiefs
  • Started at LT and helped pave the way for Jamal Lewis to rush for 91 yards and a career-high-tying 3 TDs and protected Steve McNair, allowing him to post an 89.9 QB rating, completing 70.6% of his passes for 236 yards and no INTs in the 24-10 win in game 10 vs. Atl. (11/19)
  • Started at LT and helped protect Steve McNair, allowing him to complete 61.7% of his passes for 373 yards and 3 TDs in the 27-26 victory in game 9 at Ten. (11/12)
  • Gave McNair the time to complete 66.3% of his passes and post a 97.6 QB rating over a 3-week stretch
  • Started at LT and helped protect QB Steve McNair on the game’s final drive, allowing the Ravens to score a TD with 34 seconds remaining for their 2nd come-from-behind victory in as many weeks, with a 16-13 win in game 4 vs. SD (10/1)
  • Started and helped protect QB Steve McNair, allowing him time to throw for 264 yards, 1 TD and no INTs in the 15-14 victory in game 3 at Cle. (9/24)
  • Started at LT and helped pave the way for the Ravens to rush for 103 yards (and 1 TD) on the ground, and allowed QB Steve McNair time to complete 63% of his passes (17-of-27) for 181 yard and 1 TD in the 27-0 victory in the season opener at TB (9/10)
  • Held DE Simeon Rice without a tackle or sack, as the OL did not allow a sack (McNair fumbled the ball with no pressure, fell on it, and was touched) and helped the Ravens to scoring drives of 80, 7, 13 and 61 yards against the Bucs.
  • 2005: Named to his 9th consecutive Pro Bowl
  • Started all 16 games at LT and helped protect Ravens QBs, allowing them to complete 59.6% of their passes
  • The Ravens 335 completions were just 3 shy of a franchise mark
  • Also helped pave the way for the Ravens to rush for 1,605 yards, averaging 3.6 yards per carry
  • 2005 SEASON HIGHLIGHTS: Helped protect Kyle Boller, allowing him to throw for a season-high 289 yards and 3 TDs, helping him to become the 1st QB to post 110-plus point QB ratings (113.5 vs. Min. and 136.8 vs. GB) in back-to-back games in franchise history in game 15 vs. Min. (12/25)
  • Started in his 150th career game and helped protect Boller, who was not sacked, posted a 70.4 completion percentage with 253 yards, 3 TDs and no INTs in the 48-3 victory in game 14 vs. GB (12/19)
  • Also helped pave the way for the Ravens to rush for a season-high 182 yards, including 105 and a TD by Jamal Lewis against the Packers
  • Started at LT and helped pave the way for Jamal Lewis to rush for 113 yards (4.9 avg.) and QB Kyle Boller to throw for 3 TDs in game 11 at Cin. (11/27)
  • Helped pave the way for the Ravens to rush for 124 yards, averaging 5.2 yards per carry in game 8 vs. Cin. (11/6)
  • Started at LT and helped protect QB Anthony Wright, allowing him to throw for 252 yards, 1 TD and pick up 20 1st downs, including 12?through the air, in game 7 at Pit. (10/31).
  • 2004: Voted to his 8th-consecutive Pro Bowl following the 2004 season, Ogden continued as arguably the best and most dominant OL in the NFL
  • Was also named 1st-team All-Pro by Football Digest, 2nd-team All-Pro by the AP, and All Conference by the Pro Football Writers
  • Helped pave the way for 2,063 rushing yards
  • Along with the rest of the OL, helped Jamal?Lewis (who missed 4 games) break the 1,000-yard rushing mark vs. Mia. (1/2/05)
  • Started 12 games in 2004
  • Missed the 1st game of the season at Cle., and 3 others in midseason (at Phi., vs. Cle., at NYJ) with a hamstring injury
  • Had not missed a game since 2000 when he started 15 games (missed at Jax., 10/8 with ankle)
  • Last 2 games of season, opponents (Pit. and Mia.) did not sack Ravens QB
  • 2004 SEASON HIGHLIGHTS: Started at LT and helped pave the way for the Ravens to rush for 190 yards (4.6 ypc) and did not allow a sack for the 2nd-straight game in the 30-23 victory in the season finale vs. Mia. (1/2/05)
  • Started at LT and helped hold the Steelers without a sack in game 15 at Pit. (12/26)
  • Started at LT and helped open holes, allowing the Ravens to rush for 169 yards in game 13 vs. NYG (12/12)
  • Also helped protect Kyle Boller, allowing him to throw for 219 yards and a career-high 4 TDs against the Giants
  • Started at LT and helped protect Boller, allowing him to complete a career-high 67.6% of his passes for 232 yards, 2 TDs and 0 INTs in the 30-10 win in game 10 vs. Dal. (11/21)
  • Started at LT and helped to protect Boller, allowing him to post 108.5 QB rating (10-of-17 passing for 154 yards, 1 TD and 0 INTs) in game 4 vs. KC (10/4)
  • Started at LT and helped pave the way for the Ravens to rush for 254 yards and 2 rushing TDs, including a franchise-record 10.3 ypc by Jamal Lewis in game 3 at Cin. (9/26)
  • Also protected Boller, allowing him to complete 61.1% of his passes for 126 yards and 1 TD (his 1st of the season) against the Bengals.
  • 2003: Earned his 7th-consecutive Pro Bowl nomination in 2003
  • Also earned AP 1st-team All-Pro for the 4th time, Sports Illustrated All-Pro, Pro Football Weekly All-AFC, All-NFL, Football Digest 1st-team All-Pro and The Sporting News All-Pro honors
  • Started all 16 regular season games and 1 postseason contest and helped Jamal Lewis set a franchise-record with 2,066 rushing yards, the 2nd-most rushing yards in NFL history (Eric Dickerson - 2,105 in 1984)
  • 2003 SEASON HIGHLIGHTS: Started at LT, allowing the Ravens to rush for 276 yards, including 205 by Jamal Lewis, in the 35-0 victory in game 15 at Cle. (12/21)
  • Started at LT and helped protect Anthony Wright, allowing him to complete 56% of his passes (14 of 25) and throw 2 TDs in game 12 vs. SF (11/30)
  • O-Line allowed just 1 sack vs. the 49ers
  • Started at LT and helped protect Anthony Wright, allowing him to throw for a career-high 319 yards and 4 TDs in a spectacular 44-41 OT come-from-behind victory in game 11 vs. Sea. (11/23)
  • Started at LT and helped pave the way for Jamal Lewis to rush for over 100 yards (111) for the 7th time in 9 games in game 9 at STL (11/9)
  • Ogden sealed off the left side of the line in the 2nd quarter, allowing Jamal Lewis to run in the end zone from 2 yards out
  • On the Ravens’ next red zone penetration, Ogden caught his 2nd-career TD pass (1st time 1996 as a rookie) from 1-yard out against the Rams
  • Started at LT and helped open holes, allowing Jamal Lewis to rush for an NFL record 295 yards and 2 TDs in game 2 vs. Cle. (9/14)
  • Cleared the way for Lewis to average 9.8 yards per carry, and allowed the Ravens to rush for 343 yards as a team.
  • 2002: One of only 3 Ravens offensive players (TE Todd Heap and G Bennie Anderson) to start 16 games in 2002
  • Named to his 6th-consecutive Pro Bowl and NFL Alumni Offensive Lineman of the Year
  • 2002 SEASON HIGHLIGHTS: Helped provide great pass protection, allowing QB Jeff Blake to complete 19 of 38 attempts for 316 yards and 2 TDs
  • Blake’s 300-yard outing marked his 1st as a Raven, and the 1st by a Baltimore QB since Elvis Grbac threw for 326 yards at Cin. (9/23/01)
  • Started his 100th-career game at LT in game 8 at Atl. (11/3)
  • Helped provide stellar pass protection for QB Jeff Blake, who started his 1st game as a Raven for injured Chris Redman (back)
  • The OL allowed only 1 sack in 50 pass attempts and helped Blake to complete 29 passes for 298 yards and 1 TD and to rush for 1 more
  • Started at LT in 26-21 victory in game 4 at Cle. (10/6)
  • Helped pave the way for the Ravens’ offense to rack up 201 rushing yards, including a then-career-high-tying 187 yards for RB Jamal Lewis
  • Delivered a punishing block to spring Lewis on his then-franchise-record 75-yard run
  • Also helped provide protection for QB Chris Redman to throw 2 TDs (his 2nd consecutive multi-TD game) and did not allow a sack against the Browns.
  • 2001: Was selected to start in his 5th-consecutive Pro Bowl and also earned 2nd-team All-Pro honors, as he started all 16 games in 2001
  • 2001 SEASON HIGHLIGHTS: Started at LT in 20-3 Wild Card win at Mia. (1/13/02), as the OL paved the way for 226 rushing yards, the most in team postseason history
  • Started at LT in 19-3 win in game 16 vs. Min. (1/7/02), as the OL opened holes for a 2001 regular season-high 212 rushing yards
  • Started at LT in game 3 at Den. (9/30), as the OL did not allow a sack in the 20-13 victory over the Broncos
  • Started at LT in game 1 vs. Chi. (9/9), and the line did not allow a sack against the Bears.
  • 2000: First-team AP All-Pro
  • Pro Bowl starter for the 4th-straight season
  • Also earned 1st-team All-Pro from Sports Illustrated, Sporting News, Football Digest, USA Today and Pro Football Weekly
  • Started 15 games in the regular season and 4 playoff games
  • 2000 SEASON HIGHLIGHTS: Started at LT in the Ravens’ 34-7 Super Bowl XXXV victory over the NYG (1/28/01), helping pave the way for Jamal Lewis’ 102 yards
  • Helped Jamal Lewis to 110 yards rushing and 2 TDs in Baltimore’s 21-3 AFC Wild Card victory over Den. (12/31)
  • Started 15 of 16 games at LT in the regular season
  • Made his 75th NFL start in the Ravens’ 13-7 win in game 14 at Ari. (12/17) and helped pave the way for 177 rushing yards, 126 by Jamal Lewis
  • Started at LT in the Ravens’ 37-0 win in game 4 vs. Cin. (9/24), as the line did not permit a sack
  • Helped block for 176 rushing yards, converted 12 of 17 3rd down conversions and scored all 7 times inside the red zone.
  • 1999: Started every game at LT, earning his 3rd Pro Bowl start in a row
  • Also named 2nd-team All-Pro by AP, Football Digest’s 1st-team All-Pro and Pro Football Weekly All-AFC honors
  • 1999 SEASON HIGHLIGHTS: Made 50th NFL start at LT in game 5 at Ten. (10/10), but left the game after re-aggravating a neck injury suffered the week before in Atl. (did not return)
  • Started at LT in the 19-13 OT win in game 4 at Atl. (10/3)
  • Suffered a blow to the back of his head while scrambling for a loose ball in the 2nd quarter
  • Doctors took every precaution, as he was carried off on a stretcher and taken to a local Atlanta hospital for X-rays (negative)
  • Started 48th career game in the 17-10 win in game 3 vs. Cle. (9/26), and helped the running game total 184 yards, including 113 by Errict Rhett
  • Started at LT in game 2 vs. Pit. (9/19), helping pave way for a 101-yard rushing day by Rhett
  • Started in game 1 at STL (9/12) in opener
  • Suffered a hip bruise attempting to make a tackle on Taje Allen’s INT return early in the 2nd quarter and did not return.
  • 1998: Pro Bowl starter for 2nd consecutive season
  • AP 2nd-team All-Pro
  • Missed the final 3 games of the season with an ankle injury
  • 1998 SEASON HIGHLIGHTS: Snapped a 45-game starting streak (2nd-longest on team) in game 14 vs. Min. (12/13) due to the ankle injury
  • Was replaced by James Atkins
  • Forced to leave in game 13 at Ten. (12/6) with sprains to both ankles, the 1st time he missed extensive action
  • Played through the injury for as long as he could, as 4 of the starting 5 OLs suffered injuries - Wally Williams, neck; Jeff Blackshear, abdomen; Orlando Brown, ankle)
  • Started 44th straight game in 38-31 win in game 12 vs. Ind. (11/29), and helped pave way for RB Priest Holmes 103-yard rushing performance
  • Line did not permit a sack, as the offense matched a then-franchise record with 38 points, including 25 in the 2nd half
  • Started at LT in 20-13 win in game 11 at Cin. (11/22), as Holmes rushed for a then-team-record 227 yards and the offense set a team mark with 247 rushing yards and permitted just 1 sack
  • Started 41st straight game in 13-10 win in game 9 vs. Oak. (11/8)
  • .Started at LT in 24-10 win in game 2 at NYJ (9/13), as the line did not permit a sack.
  • 1997: Selected to start in Pro Bowl at LT
  • Won All-Pro honors from Sports Illustrated, The Sporting News, Pro Football Weekly, College & Pro Football Weekly, and Football Digest
  • Started 16 games at LT (32 straight starts overall: 16 at LG and 16 at LT)
  • 1997 SEASON HIGHLIGHTS: Started at LT in game 11 vs. Phi. (11/16), as line paved the way for a then-team-record 204 yards rushing
  • Made key block, knocking down 2 Eagles defenders, on 29-yard Michael Jackson TD catch and run in the 1st quarter
  • Started at LT in game 9 at NYJ (11/2), as line did not allow a sack for 2nd time in 3 games
  • Started season opener vs. Jax. (8/31), his 1st NFL start at LT after switching from LG.
  • 1996: Capped tremendous rookie season with All-Pro selections by Sports Illustrated and Dallas Morning News
  • Consensus All-Rookie choice
  • Named to USA Today’s All-Rookie team (selected by Jarrett Bell)
  • Permitted 1 sack all season and 3 penalties (1 of those on special teams)
  • Started all 16 games at LG, a switch from his natural T position
  • 1996 SEASON HIGHLIGHTS: Caught a 1-yard TD pass for Baltimore’s 1st score in game 13 vs. Pit. (12/1)
  • Helped pave way for 31 points and 100 yards rushing by Bam Morris
  • Started in game 5 vs. NE (10/6), as offense rolled up 463 yards
  • Made NFL debut in season opener vs. Oak. (9/1) in Ravens 19-14 win.

PERSONAL

  • Product of St. Alban’s in Washington, DC
  • Earned 2nd-team All-America honors as a prep senior in 1991
  • Was named the Washington area’s Player of the Year by USA Today as a senior
  • All-League, All-City and Washington Post Player of the Year in football and All-Washington Metro Area choice in track
  • One of his biggest athletic thrills was defeating archrival Georgetown Prep by a 34-0 score as a senior
  • His late father, Shirrel, a Washington, DC investment banker, played for Howard University in the early 1970s
  • His mother, Cassandra, is the executive director of the Council on Legal Education Opportunity (CLEO), a nonprofit organization that provides pre-law recruitment, counseling, placement assistance and training to increase the number of qualified minority students in law schools
  • Ogden has made financial contributions to CLEO
  • Cassandra founded the NFL Mother’s Association
  • Established the Jonathan Ogden Foundation, which helps Baltimore HS students achieve their full potential through athletics and education
  • Has invited over 150 high school students to games each of the last eight seasons as part of Jonathan’s sponsorship of these schools
  • Held a “Chat with the Youth” session at the Seventh Baptist Church in Baltimore
  • Established “The Ogden Club” at a number of Baltimore HS, a service foundation that gets HS students involved in school and community projects
  • “The Ogden Club” also hires tutors to work with Baltimore city HS athletes; in turn, they tutor grade schoolers
  • Was the Ravens’ United Way spokesman in 1998
  • Addressed United Way volunteers to show appreciation for their involvement
  • Is on the National Board of Trustees of the Urban League
  • Has been the Honorary Chairman for a Beacon Institute fundraiser (fulfilling elderly housing needs) for the last 6 years
  • Co-hosted a function for the Pediatric Diabetes Center at UMMS
  • Was a participant in the “Read With the Ravens” program
  • Participated in ribbon cutting for Ravens/NFL Grassroots Program, which provided $100,000 to Patterson Park’s Utz Field in July 2002
  • Participated in the Chunky Soup Weigh-In to provide funds for the Maryland Food Bank
  • Annually supports Patterson HS by providing an academic tutor for the student athletes
  • Lives in Las Vegas in the offseason where he hosted the 6th Annual Jonathan Ogden Charity Golf Outing in June 2007
  • Hosted the Patterson HS “Play it Smart” Academy at the Ravens training facility for a holiday party 2004-06
  • Participated in the Ravens ACT Auction party that benefits the Ravens All Community Team Foundation and all of the player foundations in Dec. 2004, 2005 and ‘06
  • One of 2 children; Jonathan’s brother, Marques, was drafted by Jaguars (D6, 193rd overall) in 2003 and spent time on the Ravens practice squad in 2004-05
  • Marques went to training camp with the Titans in ‘07
  • Jonathan was a personal shopper at the 2nd Annual Holiday Helpers where teammates provided $150 gift certificates for underprivileged children in the Baltimore area in Dec. 2006
  • Hosted a professional boxing event and was joined by teammates at an Evening Ringside to benefit the Jonathan Ogden Foundation in Oct. 2006
  • His 2nd annual boxing charity event will be held on Nov. 1, 2007
  • Jonathan and his wife, Kema, have a son, Jayden, born 2/4/05
  • Full name: Jonathan Phillip Ogden.

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