On the Ravens' fifth anniversary, there aren't many players left on their current roster to celebrate. In fact, the Philadelphia Eagles have as many starters as Baltimore from that championship team.
Quarterback Joe Flacco, guard Marshal Yanda and linebacker Terrell Suggs are the only remaining starters from that team for Baltimore. For the Eagles, wide receiver Torrey Smith, cornerback Corey Graham and linebacker Dannell Ellerbe are looking for their second rings Sunday, when they play the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl.
“I never thought that I would have a chance to play in two Super Bowls or I would have a Pro Bowl or I would even play 11 years in the NFL, so it has just been an amazing ride," Graham told the Chicago Tribune. "Even I didn’t dream of all of this."
Graham is among the few players from that Ravens' Super Bowl team still suiting up. Over half of the players off Baltimore's 53-man championship roster -- 60 percent, to exact -- are out of the league. That's a total of 32 players.
Here is a breakdown of the Ravens' Super Bowl 53-man roster (not including players on injured reserve such as cornerback Lardarius Webb) and the ones who are gone:
Under contract with the Ravens (8)
Free agents (6)
With other teams (7)
Out of NFL for past season (32)
LB Ray Lewis, FS Ed Reed, RB Ray Rice, WR Anquan Boldin, WR-KR Jacoby Jones, TE Dennis Pitta, LB Paul Kruger, CB Cary Williams, OT Bryant McKinnie, OT Michael Oher, C Matt Birk, FB Vonta Leach, RB Bernard Pierce, DT Arthur Jones, NT Ma'ake Kemoeatu, WR David Reed, DT DeAngelo Tyson, RB Anthony Allen, SS James Ihedigbo, SS Sean Considine, LB Brendon Ayanbadejo, G Bobbie Williams, TE Billy Bajema, CB Chykie Brown, CB Chris Johnson, FS Omar Brown, LB Adrian Hamilton, OT Ramon Harewood, LB Bryan Hall, NT Terrence Cody, WR Tandon Doss, SS Bernard Pollard.