Alabama teammate, OLB Tim Williams. Each player produced standout collegiate careers and now may get their moment to make an immediate NFL impact. During free agency, the Ravens gained two clutch performers in the secondary by signing CB Brandon Carr and S Tony Jefferson. Carr has accumulated 477 tackles, 110 pass deflections and 15 interceptions during his 10-year NFL career. His acumen for the game will bode well for newcomers, such as Humphrey, to help develop impact players for Baltimore. Jefferson joins fellow safety Eric Weddle, who in 2016, tied for a team-leading four interceptions, and ranked third in tackles (89). Together, they create one of the most versatile safety tandems in the league and pose a threat opposing aerial attacks. Also leading the “New Era of Ravens” is the elder statesman of the group, Suggs, along with veterans including LB C.J. Mosley, CB Jimmy Smith (right), DB Lardarius Webb (far right) and NT Brandon Williams (below). Defensive coordinator Dan Pees tabbed Suggs as one of the smartest defensive players he’s ever coached, and as the Ravens’ legend enters his 15th NFL campaign, he has the résumé to prove it. Suggs produced a team-high eight sacks last season and claims he feels like he is in the best shape of his potentially Hall of Fame-worthy career. Mosley, who earned a 2016 Pro Bowl nod (his second in just three seasons), ranked second on the team in tackles (92), snagged four interceptions and recorded eight pass deflections. Between Mosley and standout corner Smith, along with Webb and Williams, who continues to lock it down as an impassable interior line force, plus all of the new defensive additions, the Ravens are well equipped to live up to their reputation as a dominant defensive unit.
2017 Baltimore Ravens Yearbook
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