Found August 04, 2013 on
At 6-foot-9 and 345 pounds, not only his Jonathan Ogden a house of a human being, but he is so big that he even towers over his Hall of Fame peers.
BEST OF MAXIM
On Saturday, Baltimore Ravens longtime offensive tackle Jonathan Ogden deservedly was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Jonathan Ogden is a large man and apparently always has been a large man. As you can see above, even when posing alongside other massive human beings (center), Ogden stands out due to his considerable size […]The post Hall of Fame inductee Jonathan...
Let’s play the “Spot the Hall of Fame NFL lineman when he was in high school” game. It’s not hard.
Yup, #74 is Jonathan Ogden, former Baltimore Ravens offensive lineman, while he was playing for St. Alban’s High School in Washington, where he was an All-American athlete not only in football, but track and field as well. With size like that, it’s not difficult to see...
CANTON, Ohio — As relaxed as if he had no one to block, Jonathan Ogden became the first Baltimore Raven enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
He was followed moments later by former Packers linebacker Dave Robinson.
Ogden was the leadoff inductee Saturday night in his seven-member class, just as he was the first player drafted by the Ravens after the franchise moved from...
Jonathan Ogden's grandma told him every time she saw him when he was a little boy: "You are S-p-e-c-i-a-l..."
Boy was she right.
The dominant 6-8, 345 pound left tackle delivered an introspective speech during his enshrinement to the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
“I’ve never really thought my story was that interesting,” Ogden said near the start of...
Jonathan Ogden- Humble as his big heart. The 1st pick in the Ravens‘ short history, Jonathan Ogden out of UCLA in 1996, once he was drafted they knew he was the starting LT until he called it a career. Some of the best players rarely got through Ogden’s big arms and speed like a cornerback, when [...]
[[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links...
As relaxed as if he had no one to block, Jonathan Ogden became the first Baltimore Raven enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
He was followed moments later by former Packers linebacker Dave Robinson, then by Larry Allen, Ogden's rare equal in their era among offensive linemen.
Bill Parcells then became the first coach in seven years to make the hall, with several of...
As relaxed as if he had no one to block, Jonathan Ogden became
the first Baltimore Raven enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of