It’s always a question of debate, but one that is easy to answer.
Who is the greatest Ravens player in the team’s brief NFL history?
It’s Jonathan Ogden, the team’s first-ever draft pick and Hall of Fame left tackle.
Picking Ogden stirs a debate about whether he was better than Ray Lewis, the team’s second first-round selection in 1996 and Hall of Fame middle linebacker.
Of course, Lewis played longer and had 2,055 career tackles. There are no such measurements for offensive linemen, even though both had their share of Pro...