SUN COVERAGE: JONATHAN OGDEN

At 39 years old, former Ravens offensive tackle Jonathan Ogden became the youngest inductee in the Pro Football Hall of Fame and the first to play his whole career with the team.

TALK ABOUT IT: OGDEN IN HALL OF FAME

THE EARLY YEARS: 1996-1999

SUPER BOWL AND BEYOND: 2000-2003

COMING TO A CLOSE: 2004-2007

POST-PLAYING CAREER: 2008-PRESENT

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JONATHAN OGDEN

Born: July 31, 1974 in Washington, D.C.


High school: St. Albans


College: UCLA


Drafted: By Ravens, fourth overall in 1996


Career highlights: An 11-time Pro Bowler (1997-2007) who ranks third in games played by a Raven (177) and is second in games started (176). ... 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.


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