Ravens 2013 player season review
Sun reporters Jeff Zrebiec, Aaron Wilson and Matt Vensel looked back at the 2013 season and assessed the performance of each player and some of the coaching staff.
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Anthony Levine, strong safety( Lloyd Fox, Baltimore Sun / October 15, 2013 )
GS: 0 | GP: 16 | Snaps: 415
Season in review: Levine, who played two games for the Ravens in 2012, made the team out of training camp and suited up every game. The 26-year-old safety played almost exclusively on special teams -- he got only one snap on defense -- and played more snaps on special teams that anyone else on the roster.
Stat that stands out: 11 -- special-teams tackles for Levine, second to only linebacker Albert McClellan.
Outlook for 2014 and beyond: The fact that the Ravens trusted Levine to play all four phases on special teams says a lot about what they think about him, but Levine, an exclusive rights free agent, will likely have to battle to keep his job in offseason workouts and camp if the Ravens bring him back, as expected.