By the numbers: Jonathan Ogden's career

A numerical look at the career of former Ravens offensive tackle Jonathan Ogden, who will be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame on Saturday:

1 — Sack allowed in first season in 1996 when Ogden, playing at left guard, was named to USA Today all-rookie team


2 — Touchdown catches for Ogden on tackle-eligible plays, one as a rookie and another in 2003

4 — Selected fourth overall out of UCLA in 1996, he's the first player to be inducted into the Hall of Fame after playing entire career with the Ravens (Deion Sanders, Shannon Sharpe and Rod Woodson played part of their careers with the team)

11 — Picked for 11 career Pro Bowls, tied for fourth-most all-star game appearances in NFL history — only Bruce Matthews (14), Randall McDaniel (12) and Will Shields (12) were chosen for more Pro Bowls

16 — Ogden received a $16 million signing bonus in 2000 as part of a six-year, $44 million contract, the richest deal for an offensive lineman in NFL history at that time

17 — Franchise-low sacks allowed in 2006 with Ogden protecting Ravens quarterback Steve McNair, the second-lowest total in the NFL that season

35 — Ogden's lone Super Bowl title happened on Jan. 28, 2001, when the Ravens defeated the New York Giants, 34-7, in Super Bowl XXXV

72 — Ogden's ranking on the NFL Network's list of top 100 players in league history

75 — Ogden's Ravens jersey number

176 — Career starts in 12 NFL seasons which ranks second in franchise history

295 — Ravens running back Jamal Lewis' rushing yards in Sept. 14, 2003 win over Cleveland Browns, an NFL record at the time, with Ogden at left tackle

2,066 — Lewis' franchise record for rushing yards in 2003 while running behind Ogden's blocking, third-highest single-season total in NFL history behind Eric Dickerson (2,105 yards in 1984) and Adrian Peterson (2,097 yards in 2012).