In an interesting article entitled 20 things to know about tangled 20-year history of Browns-Ravens, Thomas Neumann of ESPN looks back at the past 2 decades since the Ravens left Cleveland. One cool tidbit which he included was the franchise leaders since the move, which included one name that appeared on both lists: Jamal Lewis.
Franchise rushing leaders since the move:
Top Ravens rusher: Jamal Lewis -- 7,801 yards.
Top Browns rusher: Jamal Lewis -- 2,806 yards.
Here is what Neumann had to say about Lewis:
Jamal Lewis was an important Raven in his time in Baltimore. His defection to Cleveland did nothing to lessen the love of Lewis, and if not for his injury in 2001 the Ravens would have had a good chance at a repeat. His Browns career is but a footnote in the career of a very good player.