While Ogden and Mulitalo were easy selections, finding the best center in team history is much more difficult. Steve Everitt was the most talented, but he only played half a season for the Ravens. Mike Flynn held the job the longest, but he was never considered among the best in the league. Jason Brown had an excellent season at center in 2008, but it was only one season. And Matt Birk came to the Ravens after making six Pro Bowls. So it goes to Wally Williams, who ranked among the top third of centers when he started three seasons at that position for the Ravens. Jeff Mitchell, the center on the Super Bowl team, is a close second.
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