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Ogden Timeline

2008

  • Announced his retirement from the NFL on Thursday, June 12, 2008

2007

  • Named to his 11th-consecutive Pro Bowl as a starter in 2007 
  • He missed 5 games 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 and helped open holes, allowing the Ravens to rush for 1,797 yards and 11 TDs

2006

  • Named to his 10th-consecutive Pro Bowl as a starter on 12/19/06
  • 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

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

2004

  • Voted to his 8th-consecutive Pro Bowl following the 2004 season, continuing 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 Association 
  • 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

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)

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

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

2000

  • First-team AP All-Pro
  • Pro Bowl starter for the 4th-straight season
  • Also earned 1st-team All-Pro from Sports Illustrated, The Sporting News, Football Digest, USA Today and Pro Football Weekly
  • Started 15 games in the regular season and 4 playoff games, en route to the Ravens’ Super Bowl XXXV Championship

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

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

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)

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

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