Mass Exodus: Players that parted ways with Ravens
Ray Lewis retired his 17-year career as a Ravens linebacker with two NFL Defensive Player of the year awards, 12-times as a Pro Bowler, and two super bowl championships.
Safety Bernard Pollard was released from the Ravens and is now a member of the Tennessee Titans.
Guard Bobbie Williams was released after only one year with Ravens playing in 13 regular season games with six starts.
The Ravens traded Wide Receiver Anquan Boldin to the San Francisco 49ers for a 2013 draft choice. Boldin played three seasons for the Ravens.
Safety Ed Reed entered free agency and agreed to a contract with the Houston Texans. The nine-time Pro Bowler spent 11 years with the Baltimore Ravens.
Linebacker Paul Kruger entered free agency and is now a member of the Cleveland Browns. Last season, Kruger started five games and made 42 total tackles.
Baltimore Ravens center Matt Birk retired from a 15-year career in the NFL. The six-time pro-bowler played four years with the Ravens.
Corner back Cary Williams entered free agency was picked up by the Philadelphia Eagles.