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    Salute to Co-Cap: Anthony Levine retires

    Big ups to Levine:

    https://mobile.twitter.com/Ravens/st...88446713294856

    My favorite moment of his had to be his dominant performance against Pittsburgh in 2017.

    As Ken McKusick says, the best dime back in Ravens history, which if you know it is a tremendous accomplishment.

    I know many fans dump on our special teams emphasis, but guys like Levine are always easy to root for on the field and off

    https://www.espn.com/blog/baltimore-...g?platform=amp

    Best part is that he is staying with the Ravens as a scout/coaching assistant.

    Cheers to a decade, #41! ��
    "Did Ed Reed get the respect that he deserves? No he did not...Am I gonna get it? Probably won't. Hopefully he do. If I don't, then, hey, man, I'm alright with me." - Ed Reed





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    Re: Salute to Co-Cap: Anthony Levine retires

    I met the guy the day after his first career pick in Lambeau. Hes one of the coolest athletes Ive ever met and Ive met quite a few





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    Re: Salute to Co-Cap: Anthony Levine retires

    Quote Originally Posted by Shrubbs View Post
    I met the guy the day after his first career pick in Lambeau. He’s one of the coolest athletes I’ve ever met and I’ve met quite a few
    That's awesome, Shrubbs. He def comes off like a cool, down-to-earth dude.
    "Did Ed Reed get the respect that he deserves? No he did not...Am I gonna get it? Probably won't. Hopefully he do. If I don't, then, hey, man, I'm alright with me." - Ed Reed





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    Re: Salute to Co-Cap: Anthony Levine retires

    Played like a Raven 100%.





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    Re: Salute to Co-Cap: Anthony Levine retires

    Glad to see hes staying as a coaching assistant. Seems to have the profile of someone who will be a successful coach.


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    Re: Salute to Co-Cap: Anthony Levine retires

    Quote Originally Posted by Jam31 View Post
    Big ups to Levine:

    https://mobile.twitter.com/Ravens/st...88446713294856

    My favorite moment of his had to be his dominant performance against Pittsburgh in 2017.

    As Ken McKusick says, the best dime back in Ravens history, which if you know it is a tremendous accomplishment.

    I know many fans dump on our special teams emphasis, but guys like Levine are always easy to root for on the field and off

    https://www.espn.com/blog/baltimore-...g?platform=amp

    Best part is that he is staying with the Ravens as a scout/coaching assistant.

    Cheers to a decade, #41! ��
    Good player, I always like Levine. I thought he deserved more snaps on defense than he actually got.





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    Re: Salute to Co-Cap: Anthony Levine retires

    It's guys like Levine that make us care about sports





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    Re: Salute to Co-Cap: Anthony Levine retires

    Quote Originally Posted by ravensfan7716 View Post
    I thought he deserved more snaps on defense than he actually got.
    Definitely. Pees criminally underused the dime package much to Levine's detriment in terms of wasting the peak years of his career.
    "Did Ed Reed get the respect that he deserves? No he did not...Am I gonna get it? Probably won't. Hopefully he do. If I don't, then, hey, man, I'm alright with me." - Ed Reed





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    Re: Salute to Co-Cap: Anthony Levine retires

    Look up "Play Like A Raven" and there's a picture of Anthony Levine there.





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    Re: Salute to Co-Cap: Anthony Levine retires

    I hope he's a future Ravens Special Teams coordinator.





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    Smile Re: Salute to Co-Cap: Anthony Levine retires

    Quote Originally Posted by ravensfan55 View Post
    Played like a Raven 100%.
    rf55, I 100%! A UDFA, signed by the Packers, played 10 years as a Raven. An unsung hero to me... Bc





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    Re: Salute to Co-Cap: Anthony Levine retires

    Welcome to the executive branch Co Cap! I hope you like scouting as much as you did playing!
    "I believe the state of Football has made defenders timid... we know the rules are implemented to help the NFL offense score points because people tend to like when touchdowns are scored... You'll watch a great game and the game will be 10-10 going into the fourth quarter and people will be like, 'I'm bored'."

    -Ed Reed





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