Ravens Legend & Hall of Famer: Jonathan Ogden

Ravens Legend & Hall of Famer: Jonathan Ogden

Career Snapshot

Jonathan Ogden, an 11-time Pro Bowler and the Ravens’ firstever draft choice (fourth overall in 1996), ranks third in alltime games played by a Raven (177) and is second in games started (176). Only four offensive linemen in NFL history (Bruce Matthews - 14, Randall McDaniel - 12, Jim Otto - 12 and Will Shields -12) have earned more Pro Bowl honors.

• First-ever Pro Football Hall of Famer for the Ravens

• Baltimore’s first-ever draft pick (fourth overall) in 1996 NFL Draft

• 11-time Pro Bowler (1997-2007, 11-consecutive seasons)

• 10-time All-Pro (1996-2004, 2006)

• Super Bowl XXXV Champion (2000)

• Helped Jamal Lewis set a franchise record with 2,066 rushing yards in 2003, the third-most single-season rushing yards in NFL history. It included the second-highest single-game rushing total in NFL history (295 yards) against Cleveland (9/14/03).

• Ranks third in all-time games played by a Raven (177) and is    second in games started (176)

• Anchored an offensive line that allowed a franchise-low 17 sacks in 2006, the second-fewest (Ind. -15) in the NFL that season

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Flashback: Ozzie Newsome Drafts Jonathan Ogden

With the fourth pick in the 1996 NFL Draft and first selection in franchise history, the Baltimore Ravens and General Manager Ozzie Newsome selected Jonathan Ogden, a tackle out of UCLA.

Year-By-Year Glance

2007: Named to his 11th-consecutive Pro Bowl, playing in 11 games (10 starts)...He missed five games due to a toe injury suffered in 2006...Helped protect Ravens QBs, allowing them to complete a franchise-record 341 passes (61.2%) for 3,308 yards and helped allow 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...Earned Sports Illustrated All-Pro, AP second-team AllPro and NFL.Com All-Pro honors...Started 14 games, missing the final two with a toe injury in 2006...Anchored a line that allowed a franchise-record-low 17 sacks, the second-fewest (Ind. - 15) in the NFL, and helped Ravens QBs post the third-highest completion percentage (62.6%) in franchise history...Also helped the Ravens rush for 1,637 yards and 11 TDs.

2005: Named to his ninth-consecutive Pro Bowl…Started all 16 games at LT and helped protect Ravens QBs, allowing them to complete 59.6% of their passes…Also helped the Ravens rush for 1,605 yards, averaging 3.6 yards per carry.

2004: Voted to his eighth-consecutive Pro Bowl and was also named first-team All-Pro by Football Digest, second-team AllPro by the AP, and All-Conference by the Pro Football Writers Association...Helped the Ravens rush for 2,063 yards…Along with the rest of the O-line, helped Jamal Lewis (who missed four games) eclipse the 1,000-yard rushing mark…Started 12 games… Missed the first game of the season at Cleveland and three others in midseason (at Phi., vs. Cle., at NYJ), with a hamstring injury.

2003: Earned his seventh-consecutive Pro Bowl...Also earned AP first-team All-Pro for the fourth time, Sports Illustrated All-Pro, Pro Football Weekly All-AFC, All-NFL, Football Digest first-team AllPro and The Sporting News All-Pro honors...Started all 16 regular season games and one postseason contest and helped Jamal Lewis set a franchise record with 2,066 rushing yards, the thirdmost single-season rushing yards in NFL history (Eric Dickerson - 2,105 in 1984 and Adrian Peterson - 2,097 in 2012).

2002: Named to his sixth-consecutive Pro Bowl and garnered NFL Alumni Offensive Lineman of the Year honors...One of only three Ravens offensive players (TE Todd Heap and G Bennie Anderson) to start all 16 games.

2001: Was selected to start in his fifth-consecutive Pro Bowl and earned second-team All-Pro honors, when he started all 16 games.

2000: First-team AP All-Pro…Pro Bowl starter for the fourthstraight season…Also earned first-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 four playoff games, en route to the Ravens’ Super Bowl XXXV Championship.

1999: Started every game at LT, earning his third-consecutive Pro Bowl start...Also named second-team All-Pro by AP and earned Football Digest first-team All-Pro and Pro Football Weekly AllAFC accolades.

1998: Pro Bowl starter for second-consecutive season...AP secondteam All-Pro...Missed the final three games with an ankle injury.

1997: Selected to start in his first-career Pro Bowl at LT...Earned All-Pro honors from Sports Illustrated, The Sporting News, Pro Football Weekly, College & Pro Football Weekly and Football Digest...Started 16 games at LT.

1996: Capped tremendous rookie season with All-Pro selections by Sports Illustrated and The Dallas Morning News while playing his only season at LG...Consensus All-Rookie choice...Named to USA Today’s All-Rookie team...Permitted 1 sack all season and 3 penalties (1 of those on special teams)...Started all 16 games.

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Jonathan Ogden's Pro Football Hall of Fame Speech

Watch former Baltimore Ravens offensive tackle Jonathan Ogden deliver his acceptance speech from the 2013 Pro Football Hall of Fame enshrinement ceremony.

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