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Departed Ravens to Watch in Super Bowl LII

NFL: Super Bowl LII-Philadelphia Eagles Press Conference
Eagles WR Torrey Smith
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Ravens fans don’t have much to cheer for on Sunday, but five former Ravens are set to appear in Super Bowl LII.

Eagles wide receiver Torrey Smith punched his second trip to the Super Bowl, first appearing as a part of the Ravens Super Bowl XLVII victory. A Maryland Terps product, Smith was always incredibly active in the Baltimore community during his time on the Ravens roster. Torrey is averaging 13.5 yard/rec in the post season and is one of two Eagles receivers to score in the playoffs, alongside Alshon Jeffery.

Corey Graham, an Eagles safety, was also on the Ravens Super Bowl XLVII roster. Graham signed with Philadelphia last summer after a two year stint with the Buffalo Bills. Corey returned two interceptions for a team-high 73 yards in the regular season and recorded one interception and seven solo tackles in the playoffs.

Eagles linebacker Dannell Ellerbe was originally an undrafted free agent for the Baltimore Ravens who contributed heavily on a Baltimore defense that won Super Bowl XLVII. Ellerbe only recorded eight total tackles in the 2017 season but contributed two solo tackles in the playoffs.

Patriots defensive end Lawrence Guy started for the Ravens in 17 games across his time in Baltimore during the 2014, 2015 and 2016 seasons. Guy started for New England for the majority of the 2017 season with 58 tackles (34 solo) and one sack.

Timmy Jernigan, an Eagles defensive tackle, was originally drafted 48th overall by the Ravens in 2014. Traded to Philly in April, Jernigan recorded 29 tackles (16 solo) and 2.5 sacks during the 2017 season.