Found October 18, 2011 on isportsweb.com:
The Baltimore Ravens have had some of the greatest defenses in the history of the NFL. Within those great defenses were some of the best defensive players that this league has ever seen. It was very difficult to get this list down to just 10 players because the Ravens have had so many game changers throughout the course of their franchise. I picked this list based on the impact that the players had on the team, not just necessarily statistics. I will start the list off at number 10…   10. DT Kelly Gregg (2001-2010) Kelly Gregg was one of the more overlooked pieces in some of the best Baltimore Ravens defenses. Gregg clogged the middle and made it hard for teams to run the ball. He is second all-time in tackles in Baltimore Ravens history with 721.   9. LB Bart Scott (2002-2008) Mr. Can’t Wait! Bart was one of the most dynamic linebackers that the Baltimore Ravens had. It took a while for him to get going once he got to Baltimore, only recording 63 tackles in his first 3 years, but...
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