Retired Ravens inside linebacker Ray Lewis joined ESPN as an NFL analyst.
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Ravens who have moved to the broadcast booth

Retired Ravens inside linebacker Ray Lewis joined ESPN as an NFL analyst.  (USA TODAY Sports)
Former Ravens linebacker Bart Scott is a commentator and analyst on CBS. (Karl Merton Ferron, Baltimore Sun photo)
Super Bowl-winning coach Brian Billick, who coached the Ravens from 1999-2007, now mans the broadcast booth for Fox Sports. ()
Ravens fan favorite Tony Siragusa (left), a defensive tackle on the 2001 Super Bowl champions, works the sidelines for Fox Sports. Here, he’s interviewing Von Miller of the Denver Broncos.  (Doug Pensinger, Getty Images)
Hall of Famer Shannon Sharpe appears on CBS’s “The NFL Today.” ()
Trent Dilfer, quarterback on the Raven’s Super Bowl XXXV-winning team, works as an analyst for ESPN.  ()
Wide receiver Qadry Ismail offers prespective on his former team for WBAL, Channel 11.  (WBAL-TV)
Former Ravens center Wally Williams (left), shown here in his playing days alongside Jonathan Ogden, can be heard Thursday morning’s on 105.7’s “Norris & Davis Show.” ()
Former Ravens linebacker Brad Jackson (left), offers perspective on his former team for Comcast Sportsnet. Former teammate Michael McCrary (right) has done Ravens analysis for WBAL radio.  (Colby Ware, The Baltimore Sun)
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