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I’ve done some research and have found players who played on both the Chiefs and Ravens.
Justin Houston played his college football at the University of Georgia, where he showcased his potential as a dominant defensive player. He was selected by the Kansas City Chiefs in the third round of the 2011 NFL Draft.
With the Chiefs, Houston quickly became a defensive cornerstone. In the 2014 season, he registered a remarkable 22 sacks, just half a sack short of breaking the single-season record, earning him First-Team All-Pro honors.
After spending eight seasons with the Chiefs, during which he consistently demonstrated his abilities as a premier pass-rusher, Houston signed with the Colts in 2019. After two productive seasons in Indianapolis, he signed with the Ravens.
Houston Key Stats
- 1st Team All-Pro (Chiefs)
- Pro Bowl (Chiefs)
Orlando Brown Jr
After an impressive college career at the University of Oklahoma, Orlando Brown Jr was selected in the third round of the 2018 NFL Draft by the Baltimore Ravens.
Despite initial concerns about his athletic ability affecting his draft stock, Brown quickly established himself as a dominant force on the Ravens’ offensive line. He earned the starting right tackle position in his rookie season and displayed a high level of play, earning Pro Bowl honors in 2019 and 2020.
In a surprising move, Brown expressed a desire to play left tackle, the position his late father, Orlando “Zeus” Brown Sr., played during his NFL career. As a result, he was traded to the Kansas City Chiefs before the 2021 season where he shifted to the left side of the line.
Brown Key Stats
- Pro Bowl (Ravens, Chiefs)
- Super Bowl Champ (Chiefs)
Marcus Peters was drafted 18th overall by the Kansas City Chiefs in the 2015 NFL Draft and quickly established himself as a standout performer. In his rookie season with the Chiefs, he led the league in interceptions, an impressive feat that earned him the NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year award.
Peters spent his first three seasons with the Chiefs before he was traded to the Los Angeles Rams in 2018. During his time with the Rams, Peters continued to be a force in the secondary, including a strong performance during the Rams’ run to Super Bowl LIII.
In 2019, Peters was traded mid-season to the Baltimore Ravens, where he quickly gelled with the team’s aggressive defensive scheme. His ability to read the quarterback and make game-changing plays has been a major asset for the Ravens’ defense.
Peters Key Stats
- 1st Team All-Pro (Chiefs, Rams, Ravens)
- Pro Bowl (Chiefs, Rams, Ravens)
Le’Veon Bell was a dynamic running back known for his patient running style and exceptional skills as a receiver out of the backfield. After being drafted by the Pittsburgh Steelers in the 2nd round of the 2013 NFL Draft, Bell had multiple standout seasons.
From 2013 to 2017, he racked up a total of 5336 rushing yards, 2660 receiving yards, and 42 touchdowns. After a contract dispute, Bell joined the New York Jets in 2019 and later played for the Kansas City Chiefs in 2020 and Baltimore Ravens in 2021, but couldn’t replicate his earlier success.
Despite the later ups and downs in his career, Bell’s peak years in Pittsburgh rank among the most productive for a running back in recent NFL history.
Bell Key Stats
- 1st Team All-Pro (Steelers)
- Pro Bowl (Steelers)
- 1000+ Yard Rushing Season (Steelers)
Sammy Watkins was drafted by the Buffalo Bills with the 4th overall pick in the 2014 NFL Draft. In his rookie season with the Bills, Watkins caught 65 passes for 982 yards and six touchdowns, showing promise as a dynamic offensive weapon.
In his second season, he managed to surpass 1,000 receiving yards, finishing with 1,047 yards and nine touchdowns on 60 receptions.
Watkins joined the Kansas City Chiefs for the 2018 season. He had a productive tenure with the Chiefs, playing a key role in their offensive unit that won Super Bowl LIV against the San Francisco 49ers. His clutch performances during the playoff run were particularly noteworthy.
Jason Babin was selected by the Houston Texans in the first round of the 2004 NFL Draft, 27th overall. He was a defensive end who played for various teams over his 12-year NFL career, including stints with the Texans, Seattle Seahawks, Kansas City Chiefs, Tennessee Titans, Philadelphia Eagles, Jacksonville Jaguars, and New York Jets.
Babin’s career highlights include two Pro Bowl selections in 2010 and 2011. In the 2011 season with the Eagles, he had a remarkable year, recording 18 sacks and was named 2nd Team All-Pro. His final career stats include 374 total tackles, 64.5 sacks, and 14 forced fumbles.
Babin’s aggressive playing style and ability to pressure the quarterback made him a significant presence on the defensive line throughout his career.
Babin Key Stats
- Pro Bowl (Titans, Eagles)