It's difficult for any player to have a considerable impact on a locker room in just two years with a team.
Well, during his pair of seasons with the Baltimore Ravens, running back Mark Ingram did just that.
The former Heisman Trophy winner was officially released by Baltimore on Tuesday after a season where he was a healthy scratch at times due to the emergence of rookie J.K. Dobbins, as well as other backs Gus Edwards and Justice Hill.
Following his departure, several of his teammates -- Marlon Humphrey, Bradley Bozeman, Patrick Ricard, Orlando Brown Jr., Pernell McPhee, Tyus Bowser, Justin Ellis, Chris Board, Chuck Clark, and Anthony Levine -- each gifted the veteran running back a signed jersey with a note wishing him best of luck.
Take a look:
Following Ingram's release, the Ravens official Twitter account posted a tribute video thanking the 31-year-old for two great years in Charm City.
While the Ravens have plenty of running backs primed to replace Ingram on the field next season, his impact on the Ravens' locker room will be missed.